Thursday, January 8, 2009

All-Time Canadians in the Premier League


These are all of the players from Canada that have played at least one English Premier League game since 92-93.


Jim Brennan - Norwich City - 2004-05
Terry Dunfield - Manchester City - 2000-01
David Edgar - Newcastle United - 2006-current
Craig Forrest - Ipswich Town, Chelsea, West Ham - 1992-95, 1996-01
Tomasz Radzinski - Everton, Fulham - 2001-07
Paul Stalteri - Tottenham, Fulham - 2005-08
Frank Yallop - Ipswich Town - 1992-95



Where are they now?

Jim Brennan - Toronto FC (MLS)
Terry Dunfield - Macclesfield Town (League Two, England)
Craig Forrest - Broadcaster on Rogers Sportsnet and CBC (Canada)
Tomasz Radzinski - Lierse S.K. (Belgium)
Paul Stalteri - Borussia M├Ânchengladbach (Germany)
Frank Yallop - Head coach of San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)

6 comments:

  1. Owen Hargreaves...

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  2. I don't consider Hargreaves a Canadian, since he has turned down numerous invitations to represent Canada. Scum.

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  3. Simeon Jackson? He IS Canadian even though born in Jamaica (caps for Canada)

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  4. Paul Peschisolido
    arguably the best of all time....

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