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Americans on the move abroad
August 31st, 2011 8:52PM
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[MAKING A LIST]Eight players who have played for the U.S. national team in the last year(in bold) are among 22 Americans who moved this summer at pro clubs on the European transfer market. For the complete list ...

Austria (Este Liga)
Seth Moses, Altach from Baltimore Bays Chelsea

Belgium (EXQI League)
Tristan Bowen, KSV Roeselare from Chivas USA, loan
Devann Yao, Boussu Dour Borinage from Ipswich Town

Denmark (SAS Ligaen)
Conor O'Brien, Sonderjysk from Blockhus FC
Brad Rusin, Koge from Carolina RailHawks

England (Premier League)
Brad Friedel, Tottenham from Aston Villa

England (League Championship)
Jonathan Spector, Birmingham City from West Ham United

Finland (Ykkonen)
Kyle Luetkehans, Kemi Kings from University of Vermont

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
Daniel Williams, Hoffenheim from Freiburg
David Yelldell, Bayer Leverkusen from Duisburg

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
Gale Agbossoumonde, Eintracht Frankfurt from Djurgarden, loan
(Contract owned by Traffic)
Villyan Bijev, Fortuna Duesseldorf from Cal Odyssey, loan
(Contract owner by Liverpool)
Matt Taylor, Paderborn from Rot Weiss Ahlen

Italy (Serie A)
Michael Bradley, Chievo from Borussia M'Gladbach

Netherlands (Eredivisie)
Jozy Altidore, AZ from Villarreal

Norway (Tippeligaen)
Sean Cunningham, Molde from Derby County Wolves

Portugal (Liga Zon Sagres)
Oguchi Onyewu, Sporting from AC Milan
Alexander Zahavi, Vitoria Setubal from Maccabi Haifa, loan

Portugal (Liga Vitalis)
Tony Taylor, Atletico CP from Estoril, loan
(Contract owned by Traffic.)

Scotland (Premier League)
Alejandro Bedoya, Rangers from Orebro
Carlos Bocanegra, Rangers from St. Etienne

Sweden (Superettan)
Lester Dewee, Angelholm (free agent)



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  1. Alberto Mora
    commented on: September 1, 2011 at 11:53 a.m.
    Congrats to all this group of american players that embraced the decision of playing abroad and I encourage many more to do the same, thats the only way to cut the long road to be a good world class player until the the USSF start supporting the infrastructure of the game in the US without the well known soccer associations managed by "soccer illiterate parents" that do more harm than good. The role of this work is to be handled by professional clubs (MLS) and only with a true select level kids.

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