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Hill is last to be dealt on winter market
by Paul Kennedy, February 2nd, 2010 7AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Former UCLA star Kamani Hill was the last of 13 U.S. internationals to move during the January transfer window when he was loaned from Portuguese First Division club Vitoria Guimaraes, for which he did not make a first-team appearance, to Second Division Aves. For all the 31 Americans who moved in January to leagues in 14 countries, ranging from England's Premier League and Germany's Bundesliga to Vietnam's V-League ...

*U.S. international.

USA to Abroad
*Ricardo Clark (Houston Dynamo to Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany), free transfer
Steve Clark (Michigan Bucks to Honefoss, Norway), free transfer
*Herculez Gomez
(Kansas Wizards to Puebla, Mexico), free transfer
*Stuart Holden (Houston Dynamo to Bolton Wanderers, England), free transfer
John Krause (Puerto Rico Islanders to Hoa Phat Ha Noi, Vietnam), free transfer
Justin Myers (Puerto Rico Islanders to Hoa Phat Ha Noi, Vietnam), free transfer
*Chris Rolfe (Chicago Fire to Aalborg, Denmark), free transfer
Tony Taylor (Traffic to Estoril, Portugal), transfer
Chris Williams (Traffic to SHB Da Nang, Vietnam), transfer

USA to Abroad-Loan
Gale Agbossoumonde (Traffic to Braga, Portugal)
*Landon Donovan (Los Angeles Galaxy to Everton, England)
Rob Valentino (Colorado Rapids to Lov-Ham, Norway)

Abroad
Bryan Arguez
(Hertha Berlin, Germany to Traffic to Estoril, Portugal), transfer
Colin Burns (Ljungskile, Sweden to Sarpsborg, Norway), free transfer
Jared Jeffrey (Club Brugge, Belgium to Mainz, Germany), transfer
Ryan Miller (Ljungskile, Sweden to Halmstads BK, Sweden), free transfer
Mira Mupier (Blokhus FC, Denmark to Aguila, El Salvador), transfer
Nate Weiss (Adolfsberg IK, Sweden to FK Jelgava, Latvia), free transfer
Zak Whitbread (Millwall, England to Norwich City, England), transfer
*Jeremiah White (AGF Aarhus, Denmark to Al-Ettifaq, Saudi Arabia), free transfer
Preston Zimmerman (Kapfenberger SV, Austria, to Mainz II, Germany)

Abroad-Loan
*Freddy Adu (Belenenses, Portugal to Benfica, Portugal to Aris, Greece)
*Kenny Cooper (1860 Munich, Germany to Plymouth Argyle, England)
Bruce Djite (Genclerbirligi, Turkey to  Diyarbakirspor, Turkey)
*Kamani Hill (Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal to Aves, Portugal)
*Eddie Johnson (Fulham, England to Aris Greece)
Jamel Johnson (Milton Keynes Dons, England to Stockport County, England)

Abroad to USA
*Danny Califf (Aalborg to Philadelphia Union), free transfer
Jay Needham (Alta, Norway to Austin Aztex), free transfer
*Troy Perkins (Valerenga, Norway, to D.C. United) free transfer

Abroad to USA-Loan
*Michael Orozco (San Luis, Mexico to Philadelphia Union), loan



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