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February 20th, 2009 7AM
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D.C. United's signing of Congolese forward Ange N'Silu from Swiss third division club Le Mont-sur-Lausanne is the latest in a group of MLS imports, 16 in all. Seven of them are Americans returning from abroad, most notably Bobby Convey to San Jose and Kasey Keller to Seattle. For the complete list ...

USA

FC Dallas-Steve Purdy (1860 Munich amateurs-Germany)
D.C. United-Andrew Jacobsen (Lorient-France)
Houston-Tally Hall (Esbjerg-Denmark)
New England-Mike Videira (Hamilton Academical-Scotland)
San Jose-Bobby Convey (Reading-England)
San Jose-Cam Weaver (Haugesund-Norway)
Seattle-Kasey Keller (Fulham-England)

ARGENTINA
Kansas City-Santiago Hirsig (San Lorenzo-Argentina)
Toronto FC-Pablo Vitti (Chernomorets Odessa-Ukraine)

BRAZIL
San Jose-Pablo Campos (GAIS-Sweden)

COLOMBIA
Seattle-John Kennedy Hurtado (Dep. Cali-Colombia)
Seattle-Fredy Montero (Dep. Cali-Colombia)

DR CONGO
D.C. United-Ange N'Silu
(Le Mont-sur-Lausanne-Switzerland)

COSTA RICA
FC Dallas-Danny Torres (Bryne-Norway)

JAMAICA
Los Angeles-Donovan Ricketts (Village United-Jamaica)

SWEDEN
Seattle-Freddie Ljungberg (West Ham United-England)



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