Friday, January 21, 2011

Transfers: MLS to England

All-Time transfers from MLS to England, not including loans.

Chicago Fire
Matt Pickens (QPR: 07/08)
Carlos Bocanegra (Fulham: 03/04)

Chivas USA
Brad Guzan (Aston Villa: 08/09)

Colorado Rapids
Marcus Hahnemann (Fulham: 99/00)
Darryl Powell (Nottingham Forest: 04/05)
Jason Bent (Plymouth Argyle: 00/01)

Columbus Crew
Stern John (Nottingham Forest: 99/00)
Brad Friedel (Liverpool: 97/98)
Brian McBride (Fulham: 03/04)
Simon Elliott (Fulham: 05/06)

FC Dallas (Burn)
Mark Wilson (Doncaster Rovers: 06/07)

DC United
Bobby Convey (Reading: 04/05)
Steve Guppy (Stevenage: 06/07)
Ryan Nelsen (Blackburn: 04/05)

Houston Dynamo
Ade Akinbiyi (Notts County: 09/10)
Stuart Holden (Bolton Wanderers: 09/10)

Miami Fusion
Jeff Cassar* (Bolton Wanderers: 01/02)
Ian Woan (Shrewsbury Town: 01/02)

New England Revolution
Clint Dempsey (Fulham: 06/07)
Joe-Max Moore (Everton: 99/00)
Steve Howey (Hartlepool: 05/06)

New York Red Bulls (Metrostars)
Tim Howard (Manchester United: 03/04)

Real Salt Lake
Robbie Findley (Nottingham Forest: 10/11)

Sporting Kansas City (Wizards)
Eddie Johnson (Fulham: 07/08)

San Jose Earthquakes (Clash)
Eddie Lewis (Fulham: 99/00)
Davide Somma (Leeds United: 09/10)
Junior Agogo (QPR: 01/02)
Richard Gough (Everton: 99/00)

*Cassar was technically part of the Dallas Burn after being selected in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft following Miami Fusion's contraction but never joined the team.


1 comment:

  1. Oh Wow! Junior Agogo played in the MLS? I never knew that. He seemed alright on Nottingham Forest a few years ago. I honestly don't follow the MLS anymore. Not after my Tampa Bay Mutiny got booted from the league.