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Foreign club appearances (USA 30)
May 18th, 2010 2:45AM
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[MAKING A LIST] Of the 22 players on the provisional U.S. World Cup team roster who played abroad in 2009-10, Jose Francisco Torres (Pachuca) led with 48 appearances in league and continental action. Tim Howard (Everton) and Clint Dempsey (Fulham) were the only other ones to play more than 40 games.

GP PLAYER (TEAM, COUNTRY)
48 (38+10)
(2 goals) Jose Francisco Torres (Pachuca, MEX)
45 (38+7) Tim Howard (Everton)
42 (29+13) (9 goals) Clint Dempsey (Fulham, ENG)
29 (2 goals) Michael Bradley (Bor. M'Gladbach)
28 (1 goal) Jozy Altidore (Hull City, ENG)
27 Jonathan Spector (West Ham United, ENG)
27 Jay DeMerit (Watford, ENG)
26 (1 goal) Carlos Bocanegra (Rennes, FRA)
26 (1 goal) Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96, MEX)
26 (1 goal) Benny Feilhaber (AGF, DEN)
25 Marcus Hahnemann (Wolves, ENG)
19 (18+1) (5 goals) Eddie Johnson (Fulham/ENG & Aris, GRE)
15 (10 goals) Herculez Gomez (Puebla, MEX)
15 (2 goals) Maurice Edu (Rangers, SCO)
13 (1 goal) *Alejandro Bedoya (Orebro, SWE)
12 (10-2) (2 goals) Landon Donovan (Everton, ENG)
11 *Clarence Goodson (IK Start, NOW)
11 (9+2) (2 goals) DaMarcus Beasley (Rangers, SCO)
3 Ricardo Clark (Eintracht Frankfurt), GER
2 Stuart Holden (Bolton Wanderers, ENG)
2 (0+2) Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, ENG)
1 (0+1) Oguchi Onyewu (AC Milan, ITA)
(in parentheses are league and continental matches.)
*plays spring-fall season.



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