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Americans in Germany (2010-11)
May 16th, 2011 11:53PM

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[MAKING A LIST] It was an eventful year for Americans in Germany. Steven Cherundolo captained Hannover 96 to its best season ever, fourth in the Bundesliga. Timothy Chandler and David Yelldell, sons of U.S. serviceman, parlayed strong club seasons into call-ups to the U.S. national team. Of note are several young players, such as U.S. U-20s Bobby Wood and Joseph Gyau, rapidly climbing the ranks at the lower levels. For the more than two dozen Americans in the top four levels of German soccer ...

Bundesliga 1
GP-G Player (Club)
33-0 Steven Cherundolo (Hannover 96)
19-3 Michael Bradley (Bor. M'Gladbach)
14-1 Timothy Chandler (Nuremberg)
11-0 Ricardo Clark (Ein. Frankfurt)
10-1 Jermaine Jones (Schalke 04)
7-0 Daniel Williams (Freiburg)
4-0 DaMarcus Beasley (Hannover 96)

Bundesliga 2
GP-G Player (Club)
34-0 David Yelldell
(Duisburg)
23-0 Luis Robles (Karlsruher SC)
14-3 Edson Buddle (FC Ingolstadt)
5-0 Bobby Wood (1860 Munich)
3-0 Alfredo Morales (Hertha Berlin)
1-0 Kenny Cooper (1860 Munich)

Bundesliga 3
30-17 Matt Taylor (Rot Weiss Ahlen)

Regionalliga (season not over)
30-12 Terrence Boyd (Hertha Berlin II)
29-1 Chris Wright (Homburg)
28-17 Marc Heider (Holstein Kiel)
28-14 Andrew Wooten (Kaiserslautern II)
27-7 Preston Zimmerman (Mainz II)
26-3 Alfredo Morales (Hertha Berlin II)
22-1 Royal-Dominique Fennell (Stuttgart Kickers)
19-3 Marcus Storey (Wilhelmshaven)
17-0 Timothy Chandler (Nuremberg II)
15-0 Parker Walsh (Kaiserslautern II)
14-0 Anthony Brooks (Hertha Berlin II)
13-0 Nurdin Hrustic (Bochum II)
9-0 Jared Jeffrey (Mainz II)
8-2 Bobby Wood (1860 Munich II)
5-0 Joseph Gyau (Hoffenheim II)



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  1. Marc Silverstein
    commented on: May 17, 2011 at 7:38 a.m.
    How could you forget to mention Joe Enochs who took over mid-season as Coach at VfL Osnabrück and they are currently in a relegation playoff to stay in Bundesliga 2?

  1. Timothy Ballard
    commented on: May 17, 2011 at 9:48 a.m.
    Agree, Enochs is a huge story, an American coaching professional soccer in Germany. After being named the interim coach earlier this season, he is now going to be the assistant coach under Flottmann for a couple years to get his coaching qualifications up to the German professional level. Then he may take over as head coach. Both Joe and Heiko are wonderful. Best of luck to both of them and VFL Osnabruck.

  1. Marc Silverstein
    commented on: May 18, 2011 at 9:21 a.m.
    Tim do you know Joe personally? I went to their German website and then did google translation of the latest article. The title of the article came back as apparently hoping for "Injury to Dynamo Dresden"...who happens to be the team that they are playing in the playoff...just too funny.


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