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Posted at 11:52 PM ET, 05/13/2012

American soccer players abroad

With the major European seasons, as well as the Mexican playoffs, winding down, today’s roundup is the final one until the 2012-13 campaigns commence in August. On Tuesday, Juergen Klinsmann will name many of the players on this list to the U.S. national team training camp roster. Workouts begin this week in Orlando. (He will announce the MLS players Sunday.)

GOALKEEPERS

Tim Howard 90 minutes in Everton’s 3-1 win over Newcastle

(seventh place in English Premier League)

Brad Friedel 90 in Spurs’ 2-0 win over Fulham

(fourth in EPL; Champions League qualifiers)

Brad Guzan in 18, didn’t play in Aston Villa’s 2-0 loss at Norwich

(16th in EPL)

Marcus Hahnemann not in 18 for Everton

(seventh in EPL)

David Yelldell and Bayer Leverkusen, season completed

(fifth in German Bundesliga; Europa League)

Quentin Westberg not in 18 for Evian’s 1-1 draw at Nice

(ninth in French Ligue 1)

Dom Cervi not in 16 for Celtic’s 5-0 win over Heats

(Scottish Premier League champion; Champions League qualifiers)

Luis Robles and Karlsruhe vs. Jahn Regensberg on Monday

(second leg of German second-third division playoff)

Diego Restrepo didn’t play in Tachira’s 3-1 win over Llaneros de Guanare (11th in Venezuelan Primera)

Cody Cropper and Ipswich Town, season completed

(15th in English Championship)

Samir Badr and Haras El-Hodood didn’t play

(Egyptian league cancelled)

Steve Clark 90 in Honefoss’ 4-1 loss to Odd Grenland

(12th in Norwegian Eliteserien)

Matt Pyzdrowski 90 in Aengelholm’s 2-1 win over Landskrona

(fifth in Swedish Superettan, second tier)

DEFENDERS

Carlos Bocanegra not in 18 for Rangers’ 4-0 win at St. Johnstone

(second in Scottish Premier League; Champions League qualifiers)

Oguchi Onyewu not in 18 (red card) for Sporting Lisbon’s 3-2 win over Braga (fourth in Portuguese Primeira Liga; Europa League)

Steve Cherundolo and Hanover, season completed

(seventh in German Bundesliga; Europa League qualifying)

Clarence Goodson 90 in Brondby’s 5-1 loss at Aarhus

(ninth in Danish Superliga)

Timothy Chandler and Nuremberg, season completed

(10th in German Bundesliga)

Fabian Johnson and Hoffenheim, season completed

(11th in German Bundesliga)

Zak Whitbread not in 18 for Norwich

(12th in EPL)

Jonathan Spector and Birmingham, season completed

(lost in English Championship promotion playoffs)

Tim Ream 90 in Bolton’s 2-2 draw at Stoke

(18th in EPL, relegated)

Eric Lichaj 90 for Aston Villa

(16th in EPL)

Michael Parkhurst and Nordsjaelland vs. Odense on Monday (second in Danish Superliga, on pace for Champions League qualifiers)

Michael Orozco Fiscal and San Luis, season completed

(16th in Mexican Primera)

Edgar Castillo and Tijuana, season completed

(lost in Mexican quarterfinals)

Alfredo Morales and Hertha Berlin at Fortuna Duesseldorf on Tuesday

(second leg of German first-second division playoff)

Greg Garza and Tijuana, season completed

(lost in Mexican quarterfinals)

Jonathan Bornstein not in 18 for Tigres’ 2-2 draw at Santos Laguna

(lost in Mexican semifinals)

Daniel Potts and West Ham vs. Blackpool next Saturday

(English Championship promotion final)

Frank Simek and Carlisle, season completed

(eighth in English League One)

Alejandro Melean 90 in Oriente Petrolero’s 2-2 draw at Nacional Potosi (third in Bolivia’s LFPB)

Brad Rusin 30 in Koge’s 3-1 loss to Silkeborg

(12th in Danish Superliga, relegated)

Sean Cunningham 90 in Stabaek’s 5-0 loss to Molde

(16th in Norway’s Eliteserien)

Erik Benjaminsen last 74 for Stabaek

(16th in Norway’s Eliteserien)

Ryan Miller 90 in Halmstad’s 2-2 draw with Soedra

(sixth in Swedish Superettan, second tier)

Babajide Ogunbiyi 90 in Viborg’s 1-1 draw with Hobro

(fifth in Danish 1st division, second tier)

Mason Trafford 90 in Mariehamn’s 2-0 win over Lahti

(fifth in Finnish Veikkausliiga)

MIDFIELDERS

Clint Dempsey not in 18 (groin injury) for Fulham

(ninth in EPL)

Michael Bradley 90 in Chievo’s 1-0 win over Lecce

(10th in Italian Serie A)

Maurice Edu 90 (2 assists) for Rangers

(second in Scottish Premier League, Champions League qualifiers)

Jermaine Jones and Schalke, season completed

(third in German Bundesliga; Champions League)

Stuart Holden not in 18 for Bolton

(18th in EPL, relegated)

Jose Torres and Pachuca, season completed

(Lost in Mexican quarterfinals)

Sacha Kljestan not in 18 for Anderlecht’s 3-0 win over Standard Liege

(first in Belgian Pro League; Champions League)

DaMarcus Beasley and Puebla, season completed

(12th in Mexican Primera)

Daniel Williams and Hoffenheim, season completed

(11th in German Bundesliga)

Robbie Rogers and Leeds, season completed

(14th in English Championship)

Alejandro Bedoya 81 (assist) for Rangers

(second in Scottish Premier League; Champions League qualifiers)

Ricardo Clark 90 for Stabaek

(16th in Norway’s Eliteserien)

Mikkel Diskerud in 18, didn’t play in Gent’s 3-1 win over Genk

(fourth in Belgian Pro League; Europa League playoffs)

Conor O’Brien 90 in Sonderjyske’s 2-2 draw with Copenhagen

(eighth in Danish Superliga)

Will Packwood and Birmingham, season completed

(lost in English Championship promotion playoff)

Jared Jeffrey and Mainz, season completed

(13th in German Bundesliga)

Sebastian and West Ham vs. Blackpool next Saturday

(English Championship promotion final)

Anton Peterlin and Walsall, season completed

(19th in English League One)

Sonny Guadarrama and Atlante, season completed

(13th in Mexican Primera)

Brian Span in 18, didn’t play in Djurgarden’s 1-1 draw with Atvidaberg

(11th in Swedish Allsvenskan)

Baggio Husidic 90 in Hammarby’s 1-0 win at Vaernamo

(second in Swedish Superettan, second tier)

Daniel Antunez 90 in Inter Turku’s 2-1 win over JJK

(first in Finnish Veikkausliiga)

Mike Banner 90 in Jaro’s 1-0 loss to Honka

(12th in Finnish Veikkausliiga)

FORWARDS

Jozy Altidore and AZ Alkmaar, season completed

(fourth in Dutch Eredivisie; Europa League)

Herculez Gomez 38 for Santos Laguna

(advanced to Mexican semifinals vs. Monterrey)

Robbie Findley and Nottingham Forest, season completed

(19th in English Championship)

Charlie Davies not in 18 for Sochaux’s 3-1 win at Caen

(15th in French Ligue 1)

Joe Corona and Tijuana, season completed

(lost in Mexican quarterfinals)

Terrence Boyd not in 18 for Borussia Dortmund’s 5-2 German Cup win over Bayern Munich (Bundesliga champions; Champions League)

Andrew Wooten and Kaiserslautern, season completed

(18th in German Bundesliga, relegated)

Matt Taylor and Paderborn, season completed

(fifth in German second division)

Josh Gatt 90 (goal; video at 1:43 mark) for Molde

(third in Norway’s Eliteserien)

Conor Doyle and Derby, season completed

(12th in English Championship)

Mike Grella and Bury, season completed

(14th in English League One)

Jeff Cunningham minutes unavailable in Comunicaciones’ 2-1 loss to Municipal (lost in Guatemalan semifinals)

Joseph Gyau and Hoffenheim, season completed

(11th in German Bundesliga)

Eugene Starikov not in 18 for Zenit St. Petersburg’s 2-0 win at Anzhi Makhachkala (first in Russian Premier League; Champions League)

Bobby Wood and 1860 Munich, season completed

(sixth in German second division)

Villyan Bijev and Fortuna Duesseldorf vs. Hertha Berlin on Tuesday

(second leg of German first-second division playoffs)

Tony Taylor minutes unavailable in Estoril’s 2-2 draw with Arouca

(first in Portuguese Liga de Honora, promoted)

Samuel Petrone not in 18 for Mjallby’s 2-1 win at Kalmar

(sixth in Swedish Allsvenskan)

Billy Schuler 13 for Hammarby

(second in Swedish Superettan, second tier)

Lester Dewee not in 18 for Aengelholm

(fifth in Swedish Superettan, second tier)

Kenneth Jensen 17 for Honefoss

(12th in Norway’s Eliteserien)

Of note: Several young players who don’t appear in first-team matches play for reserve squads or in lower leagues. Boyd, for instance, played the first half for first-place Dortmund II in Regionalliga. He has scored 19 goals at the fourth-tier level.

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