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Americans in Norway
January 23rd, 2008 7AM
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Pat Noonan is the third MLS player and fourth American to sign with a Norwegian club in the offseason. There are 10 Americans on the rosters of Norwegian pro clubs -- five of them U.S. internationals.

PLAYER (CLUB, LEVEL) YEAR SIGNED (PREVIOUS CLUB)
*Nat Borchers (Old Grenland, D2) 2006 (from Colorado Rapids)
Adin Brown (Aalesund, D1) 2005 (from New England Revolution)
*Ramiro Corrales (Brann, D1) 2004 (from San Jose Earthquakes)
*Clarence Goodson (IK Start, D2) 2008 (from San Jose Earthquakes)
*Pat Noonan (Aalesund, D1) 2008 (from New England Revolution)
Troy Perkins (Valerenga, D1) 2008 (from D.C. United)
Chris Rodd to (Bryne, D2) 2008 (from Univ. of San Francisco)
Brian Waltrip
(Sogndal, D2) 2005 (from Desportivo Olivais e Moscavide, Portugal)
Cam Weaver (Haugesund, D2) 2007 (from Seattle Sounders)
*Brian West (Fredrikstad, D1) 2004 (from Columbus Crew)
*U.S. Internationals.



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