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Seven US players that made the move from MLS to Europe

7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Brad Friedel holds the record for consecutive matches played with 310 straight games from 2004 to 2012. Played for Galatasaray, Liverpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa, and Tottenham team he helped reached to Europa Leagues.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Brad Friedel holds the record for consecutive matches played with 310 straight games from 2004 to 2012. Played for Galatasaray, Liverpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa, and Tottenham team he helped reached to Europa Leagues.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Brian McBride had his best successful time with Fulham where he spent five seasons, scored 33 goals in 140 appearances. He also is one of the MLS stars in the '90s and 2000s. He played with Wolfsburg and Fulham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Brian McBride had his best successful time with Fulham where he spent five seasons, scored 33 goals in 140 appearances. He also is one of the MLS stars in the '90s and 2000s. He played with Wolfsburg and Fulham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Clint Dempsey won the Fulham Player of the year twice and holds the club record for goals scored in the Premier League. He is tied with Landon Donovan at the top US national team's scoring chart with 57. He played with Fulham and Tottenham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Clint Dempsey won the Fulham Player of the year twice and holds the club record for goals scored in the Premier League. He is tied with Landon Donovan at the top US national team's scoring chart with 57. He played with Fulham and Tottenham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

DeMarcus Beasley is probably the best American defender to play in Europe. Claimed two Eredivisie titles, a KNVP Cup, two Scottish Premier League titles, played in four World Cups with the USMNT and is tied in second place for the all-time appearances on the biggest tournament for his country. He played with PSV, Manchester City, Rangers, and Hannover.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

DeMarcus Beasley is probably the best American defender to play in Europe. Claimed two Eredivisie titles, a KNVP Cup, two Scottish Premier League titles, played in four World Cups with the USMNT and is tied in second place for the all-time appearances on the biggest tournament for his country. He played with PSV, Manchester City, Rangers, and Hannover.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Kasey Keller had a 23 years career in four different countries and is the first US keeper to set himself as a starter in the Premier League, Bundesliga, and LaLiga. He was a spark for all Americans thinking about test themselves overseas. He played for Millwall, Leicester, Rayo Vallecano, Tottenham, Southampton, Borussia Monchengladbach, and Fulham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Kasey Keller had a 23 years career in four different countries and is the first US keeper to set himself as a starter in the Premier League, Bundesliga, and LaLiga. He was a spark for all Americans thinking about test themselves overseas. He played for Millwall, Leicester, Rayo Vallecano, Tottenham, Southampton, Borussia Monchengladbach, and Fulham.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Michael Bradley became one of the best central players the States has ever seen; he surprised everyone when he decided to make a move back to MLS in 2014 after a good career in Europe. He played with Heerenveen, Borussia Monchengladbach, Aston Martin, Chievo, and Roma.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Michael Bradley became one of the best central players the States has ever seen; he surprised everyone when he decided to make a move back to MLS in 2014 after a good career in Europe. He played with Heerenveen, Borussia Monchengladbach, Aston Martin, Chievo, and Roma.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Tim Howard earned the nickname of the 'Secretary of Defence' after his performance in the 2014 World Cup. He began his European career with the Red Devils, and under the orders of Sir Alex Ferguson, he was the starter until Edwin van der Sar took over in 2005. But Howard was the undisputable keeper for Everton for almost a decade. He played with Manchester United and Everton.

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7 US players that make the move from MLS to Europe

Tim Howard earned the nickname of the 'Secretary of Defence' after his performance in the 2014 World Cup. He began his European career with the Red Devils, and under the orders of Sir Alex Ferguson, he was the starter until Edwin van der Sar took over in 2005. But Howard was the undisputable keeper for Everton for almost a decade. He played with Manchester United and Everton.

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