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Toronto FC adds four homegrown players
March 17th, 2011 7:47PM

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[MLS] Toronto FC signed four more players from their academy program, giving them six homegrown players, the most of any MLS along with FC Dallas. For MLS's 38 homegrown players ...

HOME-GROWN PLAYERS
FC Dallas (6)

GP-G PLAYER, COUNTRY (YEAR SIGNED)
1-0 Bryan Levya, Mexico (2009)
4-0 Ruben Luna, Mexico (2010)
0-0 Moises Hernandez, USA (2010)
0-0 Victor Ulloa, USA (2010)
0-0 Jon Top, USA (2011)
0-0 Richard Sanchez, USA-Mexico (2011)

Toronto FC (6)
1-0 Doneil Henry, Canada (2010)
4-0 Nicholas Lindsay, Canada (2010)
0-0 Ashtone Morgan, Canada (2011)
0-0 Oscar Cordon, Canada (2011)
0-0 Matt Stinson, Canada (2011)
0-0 Keith Makubuya, Canada (2011)

Houston (4)
2-0 Tyler Deric, USA (2009 from Univ. of North Carolina)
1-0 Francisco Navas Cobo, USA (2010)
0-0 Alex Dixon, USA (2011 from Univ. of North Carolina)
0-0 Josue Soto, USA (2011 from SMU)

D.C. United (4)
8-0 Bill Hamid, USA (2009)
26-5 Andy Najar, Honduras (2010)
0-0 Conor Shanosky, USA (2010)
0-0 Ethan White, USA (2010 from Univ. of Maryland)

New York (4)
0-0 Giorgi Chirgadze, Georgia (2009)
2-0 Juan Agudelo, USA (2010)
0-0 Matt Kassel, USA (2011 from Univ. of Maryland)
0-0 Sacir Hot, USA (2011 from Boston College)

Vancouver (4)
0-0 Philippe Davies, Canada (2010)
0-0 Nizar Khalfan, Tanzania (2011)
0-0 Brian Sylvestre, USA (2011)
0-0 Russell Teibert, Canada (2011)

Chivas USA (3)
0-0 Cesar Zamora, USA (2009)
1-0 Bryan de la Fuente, USA (2010)
18-2 Tristan Bowen, USA (2008 by Los Angeles; acquired in 2011)

Kansas City (2)
0-0 Jon Kempin, USA (2010)

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

Chicago (1)
0-0 Victor Pineda, USA (2010)
 
Los Angeles (1)
0-0 Jack McBean, USA (2011)

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

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

Teams without home-grown players: Columbus, Portland, Real Salt Lake, Seattle, San Jose.

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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