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January 12th, 2010 7AM
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[MLS] New York's signing of Costa Rican Roy Miller from Norway's Rosenborg was just the second outright signing by an MLS team of a foreigner based overseas. For the MLS offseason moves ...

IN:
Aziz Ansah, Ghana (Heartland FC, Nigeria to FC Dallas)
Danny Califf, USA (FC Midtjylland, Denmark to Philadelphia)
Roy Miller, Costa Rica (Rosenborg, Norway to New York)

IN-ON LOAN:
Alex, Brazil (Sao Paulo FC, Brazil to Los Angeles)
Juninho, Brazil (Sao Paulo FC, Brazil to Los Angeles)
Leonardo, Brazil (Sao Paulo FC, Brazil to Los Angeles)

TRADES:
Chris Seitz, USA (Real Salt Lake to Philadelphia Independence)

WAIVER DRAFT:
Abe Thompson, USA (Houston Dynamo to Real Salt Lake)

EXPANSION DRAFT:
Jordan Harvey, USA (Colorado Rapids to Philadelphia Union)
Andrew Jacobson, USA (D.C. United to Philadelphia Union)
Brad Knighton, USA (New England Revolution to Philadelphia Union)
Sebastian Le Toux, France (Seattle Sounders to Philadelphia Union)
Stefani Miglioranzi, Brazil (Los Angeles Galaxy to Philadelphia Union)
Alejandro Moreno Venezuela (Columbus Crew to Philadelphia Union )
David Myrie, Costa Rica (Chicago Fire to Philadelphia Union)
Shea Salinas, USA (San Jose Earthquakes to Philadelphia Union)
Shavar Thomas, Jamaica (Chivas USA to Philadelphia Union)
Nick Zimmerman, USA (New York Red Bulls to Philadelphia Union)

OUT-ON LOAN:
David Beckham, England (Los Angeles Galaxy to AC Milan, Italy)
Landon Donovan
, USA (Los Angeles Galaxy to Everton, England)
Eduardo Lillingston, Mexico (Chivas USA to Tijuana, Mexico)

OUT:
Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Mexico (Chicago Fire to Veracruz, Mexico)
Luciano Emilio, Brazil (D.C. United to Rio Branco, Brazil)
Herculez Gomez, USA (Colorado to Puebla, Mexico)
Amado Guevara, Honduras
(Toronto FC to Motagua, Honduras)
Greg Janicki, Canada (D.C. United to Vancouver Whitecaps, USSF D2)
Leonard Krupnik, USA (Maccabi Netanya, Israel)
Yura Movsisyan, Armenia (Real Salt Lake to Randers FC, Denmark)
Jorge Rojas, Venezuela (New York, Dep. Tachira, Venezuela)
Chris Rolfe, USA (Chicago Fire to Aalborg, Denmark)
Gonzalo Segares, Costa Rica (Chicago Fire to Apollon, Cyprus)

RETIREMENT:
Albert Celades, Spain (New York Red Bulls)
Jay Heaps, USA (New England Revolution)
Ben Olsen, USA (D.C. United)
Brandon Prideaux, USA (Chicago Fire)

WAIVERS:
Ely Allen, USA (D.C. United)
Stephane Assengue, Cameroon (New England Revolution)
Evan Brown, USA (Seattle Sounders)
Lesly Fellinga, Haiti (Toronto FC)
Michael Fucito, USA (Seattle Sounders)
Walter Garcia, Argentina (New York Red Bulls)
John Michael Hayden, USA (Houston Dynamo)
Lamar Neagle, USA (Seattle Sounders)
Ange N'Silu, Congo (D.C. United)
Kyle Patterson, England (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Daniel Torres, Costa Rica (FC Dallas)
Julian Valentin, USA (Los Angeles Galaxy)
Pablo Vitti, Argentina (Toronto FC)

 



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