An American soccer defender, Oguchi Onyewu has played for Metz, Standard Liege, A.C. Milan and the USA national team.
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U.S. defender Oguchi Onyewu discusses his move to Queens Park Rangers, subsequent lack of playing time, future in England and with the U.S. national team, the World Cup, and finishing his college degree.American Exports: Queens Park Rangers want to extend Oguchi Onyewu's stint
AMSTERDAM ? English Championship title contenders Queens Park Rangers are attempting to extend the stay of US defender Oguchi Onyewu. When contacted by MLSsoccer.com, a QPR spokesman would only state that Onyewu remains on a short-term contract at this time. However, manager Harry Redknapp recently hinted that he would like the American to stick around a while longer. The boss was able to see ...American Exports: With Champions, Europa League heating up again, which Yanks top the charts?
AMSTERDAM ? With both the Champions League and the Europa League on crash courses for Matchday 6 of their respective group stages, we thought it a good time to break out the ol' American exports abacus to crunch all the numbers put up by our boys "in Europe" (as they say on the continent).Redknapp open to QPR stay for ex-Milan, Liege, Lisbon defender Onyewu
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has left the door ajar for Oguchi Onyewu to stay on at the club after his initial three-month spell.Americans Abroad Preview: Howard set for Merseyside Derby
Tim Howard has enjoyed a strong run of form for both club and country, and he will face another tough test on Saturday when Everton battles arch-rival Liverpool.American Exports: Geoff Cameron helps Stoke City past Jozy Altidore's Sunderland
AMSTERDAM ? It has been another busy Saturday for Americans working overseas, with Geoff Cameron starring as Stoke City got well with a 2-0 home win over 10-man Sunderland. Cameron's lead pass sent Steven N'Zonzi running before he teed up Charlie Adam for the opener. Brek Shea went unused by the victors, and Jozy Altidore played only the final five minutes for Sunderland. Elsewhere, Tim Howard ...Zlatan Ibrahimovic should win the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award
Cristiano Ronaldo came out on top in the World Cup shootout with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. But the Swedish striker could be a winner tonight for his brilliant autobiography, I Am Zlatan Ibrahimovic.American Exports: Jermaine Jones nets golazo as Schalke rise to fifth in Bundesliga
AMSTERDAM ? Jermaine Jones was the star of the day among Americans playing in Europe, netting a highlight-reel goal in Schalke's 3-0 home win over Stuttgart. Elsewhere in the Bundesliga, FC Nürnberg suffered a 3-0 loss at Bayer Leverkusen despite another decent outing from Timothy Chandler. Fabian Johnson made a late cameo in Hoffenheim's wild 4-4 share with guests Werder Bremen. Over in the ...Greg Seltzer: Clint Dempsey again or someone new? Explaining my vote for USMNT Player of the Year
AMSTERDAM ? Voting for the Fútbol de Primera (formerly Honda) US Player of the Year award is a privilege and responsibility to be taken seriously, even when your pick for the winner usually does not end up with the trophy.American Exports: Top 5 uncapped overseas players who could win late USMNT call-ups
David Regis came closest, carrying just two spring tune-up caps when he featured for the US at World Cup 1998 in France. These candidates count down from least to most likely to make a serious bid for a place on the plane to Brazil, even if we're all fully aware none are assured an audience with Jurgen Klinsmann during this cycle.
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Onyewu's parents moved to the United States from Nigeria to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C.
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