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50 WINNERS: 2005 Soccer America Superstar Jersey Raffle
January 27th, 2005 8:38PM
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Fifty autographed jerseys were won at the Soccer America Superstar Jersey Raffle Jan. 15 during the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) convention in Baltimore, Md., raising more than $8,000 for the Special Olympics and the NSCAA Foundation.

The winners are listed below. Winners who were not on-site to accept their prizes will have their jerseys sent to them.

Soccer America would like to thank all the players and clubs who donated jerseys, and the organizations who lent their assistance, including adidas, Nike, Reebok,  Bayern Munich, ChampionsWorld, San Jose Earthquakes, Soccer Solutions, D.C. United, Glasgow Rangers, the National Soccer Hall of Fame, Los Angeles Galaxy, Kansas City Wizards, U.S. Players Association, Colorado Rapids, Dallas Burn, Real Madrid, Colorado Rapids, U.S. Soccer, Sportsnet, Eurosportring and the Chicago Fire.

A special thank you goes to Chris Wyche of the NSCAA, Sue Harvey from GES, Bernie Fagan of Special Olympics Soccer, and former Scotland international star John Collins.

JerseyWinner
John Collins, Scotland/CoerverMichael Fulton
Manchester United, Paul ScholesB.R. Holmes
MLS Champions D.C. United Jay Kaminski
San Jose EarthquakesJeff Vennell
China Women's World Cup team David Hutchinson
Chivas MexicoJoan Czach
Brandi ChastainStan Hunter
Kashima Antlers Joe Bochicchio
Chicago FireJoshua Radler
Sunderland Keith Tiemeyer
Landon DonovanBrian Robinson
Bayern MunichChuck Coan
Columbus CrewJared Bernstein
Michael OwenReal Madrid Laffy Boff
McDonald's HS All Americans/GirlsWes Brandley
AC Milan Scott Ritts
Glasgow RangersGary Sparks
AtlasJared Bernstein
Kansas City WizardsMike Moyer
Shenhua SVA Marc Nicholls
Australia Women's World Cup teamBrad Pirrung
L.A. Galaxy Michael Soskil
U.S. men's national team Gary Troy
Colorado Rapids Stan Hunter
Universidad Catolica Christopher Miller
Tokyo Verdy  Mark Meisel
Maritimo Joshua Radler
Bejing GuoanTerrence Conway
MetroStars Travis Bonfigli
Brazilian national team Lincoln Lewis
Dallas BurnLindsay Basalyga
Hertha BerlinDirk Parmley
CoscoJoshua Radler
D.C. United,  Jaime Moreno Tom Weigle
Busan Icons Joshua Radler
Feyenoord Jay Martin
Columbus Crew, Danny Szetela Charles Cuttone
Forever 1 Hector Carabez
U.S. men's national team John Mulroy
Kansas City, Chris Klein Jay Martin
U.S. women, Mia HammDavid Bundy
New England Revolution Stephen Kelly
Freddy AduBrad Pirrung
Pele Keith Tiemeyer
Joe Max Moore, New England Patrick Hovance
McDonald's HS All Americans/Girls Mike Kiefer
Chicago FireNick Markulin
MLS All-Star Ball Craig Peltonen
France women's national team Mike Kiefer
Ronaldo, Real MadridRockey Powell



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