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Americans in England (2010-11)
May 24th, 2011 6:42PM

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[MAKING A LIST] Thirteen U.S. internationals played for clubs in England in the 2010-11 season. They were led by Brad Friedel, who started every Premier League game for the seventh season in a row, and Clint Dempsey, who set an American record with 12 EPL goals for Fulham. For the Americans in the top four levels of English soccer ...

Premier League
GP-G Player (Club)
38-0 Brad Friedel (Aston Villa)
38-0 Tim Howard
(Everton)
37-12 Clint Dempsey
(Fulham)
26-2 Stuart Holden
(Bolton Wanderers)
15-0 Jermaine Jones
(Blackburn Rovers)
14-1 Jonathan Spector
(West Ham United)
14-0 Marcus Hahnemann
(Wolves)
11-0 Eddie Johnson
(Fulham)
5-0 Eric Lichaj
(Aston Villa)
3-0 Michael Bradley
(Aston Villa)
0-0 Brad Guzan (Aston Villa)

League Championship
GP-G Player (Club)
22-1 Zak Whitbread
(Norwich City)
18-0 Brad Guzan (Hull City)
16-0 Eddie Johnson (Preston North End)
16-0 Eric Lichaj
(Leeds United)
13-0 Conor Doyle
(Derby County)
2-0 Mike Grella (Leeds United)
2-0 Robbie Findley (Nottingham Forest)

League One
GP-G Player (Club)
46-0 Frankie Simek (Carlisle)
10-3 Mike Grella (Carlisle)
7-1 Mike Grella
(Swindon Town)

League Two
GP-G Player (Club)
19-4 Jon-Paul Pittman (Wycombe Wanderers)
7-0 Jemal Johnson (M.K. Dons)
6-0 Jemal Johnson (Port Vale)
6-0 Dominik Werling (Hereford United)
1-0 Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe (Barnet)



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  1. Steven&linda Pedlow
    commented on: May 26, 2011 at 12:40 p.m.
    League One (addition) GP-G Player (Club) 12-0 Anton Peterlin (Plymouth)


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