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MAKING A LIST: Transatlantic crossings
January 22nd, 2005 1:18AM

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U.S. international Cory Gibbs became the latest MLS player to head to Europe, signing a four-and-a-half year contract with Dutch club Feyenoord. Gibbs, 25, is leaving Dallas after one season. The Florida product and former Brown University star debuted in the German First Division in 2001 with St. Pauli, for which he played in the second and third division before joining Dallas. The following are the players who have crossed the Atlantic during the MLS offseason:

EUROPE TO MLS:

BRIAN DUNSETH (Bodens SK/SWE to Salt Lake)
CLINT MATHIS (Hannover/GER to Salt Lake)
JOHN THORRINGTON (Grimsby/ENG to Chicago)
ALEX YI (Antwerp/BEL to Dallas)

MLS TO EUROPE

ADIN BROWN (New England to Aalesund/NOR)
RAMIRO CORRALES (San Jose to HamKan/NOR)
LANDON DONOVAN (San Jose to Bayer Leverkusen/GER)
CORY GIBBS (Dallas to Feyenoord/NET)
RYAN NELSEN (D.C. United to Blackburn/ENG)
EARNIE STEWART (D.C. United to VV Venlo/NET)



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