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MLS homegrown player signings
January 20th, 2011 11:14PM
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[MAKING A LIST] Alex Dixon (North Carolina) and Josue Soto (SMU) became the first two collegians signed as underclassmen by MLS clubs this year when they inked contracts with the Houston Dynamo as homegrown players. Their signings give Houston four homegrown players, more than any other club except FC Dallas, whose signing of Jon Top gives it five academy products. For MLS's 25 homegrown players ...

FC Dallas (5)
GP-G PLAYER (YEAR SIGNED)
1-0 Bryan Levya (2009)
4-0 Ruben Luna (2010)
0-0 Moises Hernandez (2010)
0-0 Victor Ulloa (2010)
0-0 Jon Top (2011)

Houston (4)
0-0 Tyler Deric (2009)
1-0 Francisco Navas Cobo (2010)
0-0 Alex Dixon (2011)
0-0 Josue Soto (2011)

D.C. United (3)
8-0 Bill Hamid (2009)
26-5 Andy Najar (2010)
0-0 Conor Shanosky (2010)

Chivas USA (3)
0-0 Cesar Zamora (2009)
1-0 Bryan de la Fuente (2010)
18-2 Tristan Bowen (2008 by Los Angeles)

New York (2)
0-0 Giorgi Chirgadze (2009)
2-0 Juan Agudelo (2010)

Toronto (2)
1-0 Doneil Henry (2010)
4-0 Nicholas Lindsay (2010)

Colorado (1)
0-0 Davy Armstrong (2010)

Chicago (1)
0-0 Victor Pineda (2010)

Kansas City (1)
0-0 Jon Kempin (2010)

New England (1)
0-0 Diego Fagundez (2010)

Vancouver (1)
0-0 Philippe Davies (2010)

Philadelphia (1)
0-0 Zach Pfeffer (2010)

Note: Stats are regular-season statistics only. Year signed is the year a player signed, not the year he became eligible to play in MLS.



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  1. Rob Lepley
    commented on: January 21, 2011 at 9:18 a.m.
    What about Ethan White that signed with DC back in December from Maryland?

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