Dual-Nationality Youth Players

Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by Campbell95, May 29, 2013.

  1. Campbell95

    Campbell95 Member

    May 26, 2012
    I'm trying to compile a list of youth players with dual-citizenship to the US and I've done a decent job so far. Could you guys help me out with a list of the guys you can think of and I'll put it in the original post. Thanks!

    The reason I'm doing this, by the way, is because I want to follow their progress and watch these kids as they progress and hopefully make the wise choice and come play for the US.
     
  2. EXALIFTIN

    EXALIFTIN Member

    Nov 23, 2010
    Club:
    Fulham FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I can see this thread going well.
     
  3. Campbell95

    Campbell95 Member

    May 26, 2012
    It was meant in a joking manner.
     
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  4. Sandon Mibut

    Sandon Mibut Member+

    Feb 13, 2001
    Why don't you post your list and the rest of us can just supplement it.
     
  5. Campbell95

    Campbell95 Member

    May 26, 2012
    Bruno Piceno – F – 1991 – Mexico
    Villyan Bijev – M – 1993 – Bulgaria
    John Anthony Brooks – D – 1993 – Germany
    Ian-Prescott Claus – F – 1993 – Germany
    Daniel Cuevas – M – 1993 – Mexico
    Michael Dellinger – M – 1993 – Germany
    Sergio Duarte – M – 1993 – Portugal
    Connor Hanlon – M – 1993 – Germany
    Morten Hochhaus – M – 1993 – Germany
    Kevin Hoyos – M – 1993 – Argentina
    Fabian Hurzeler – M – 1993 – Germany
    Benji Joya – M – 1993 – Mexico
    Jerome Kiesewetter – F – 1993 – Germany
    Uvaldo Luna – F – 1993 – Mexico
    Tyrone McCargo – M – 1993 – Germany
    Julio Morales – F – 1993 – Mexico
    Jonathan Mehrez – M – 1993 – Norway
    Max Morice – M – 1993 – France
    Shawn Parker – F – 1993 – Germany
    Caleb Stanco – M – 1993 – Poland
    Alonso Hernandez – F – 1994 – Mexico
    Bryan Olivera – M – 1994 – Italy & Uruguay
    Marc Pelosi – M – 1994 – Germany
    Jamie Reid – F – 1994 – England & Northern Ireland
    Raul Rodriguez – D – 1994 – Mexico
    Stevie Rodriguez – M – 1994 – Mexico
    Ralph Smith – D – 1994 – Germany
    David Spies – F – 1994 – Germany
    Kainoa Bailey – F – 1995 – Algeria
    Nicholas Gaitan – M – 1995 – Argentina
    Julian Green – F – 1995 – Germany
    Kosta Koukladas – M – 1995 – Greece
    Eric Lickert – M – 1995 – Germany
    Kevin Rozo – M – 1995 – Colombia
    Kris Scott – M – 1995 – England
    Daniel Stanese – D – 1995 – Canada
    Maki Tall – F – 1995 – France
    Ismar Tandir – F – 1995 – Bosnia
    Quinton Washington – M – 1995 – Germany
    Cedric Blank – M – 1996 – Germany & Canada
    Junior Ebot-Etchi – F – 1996 – Germany & Cameroon
    Kenedy – F – 1996 – Brazil
    Luca Leon Jungbauer – D – 1996 – Germany
    Devante Parker – M – 1996 – Germany
    Kyle Scott – M – 1997 – England
    Sean Berry – D – 1998 – Germany
    Sydney Friede – M – 1998 – Germany
    Daniel Glen – D – 1998 – Germany
    Christian Pulisic – F – 1998 - Croatia
     
  6. Campbell95

    Campbell95 Member

    May 26, 2012
    Also, I didn't include Diego Fagundez because obviously, he doesn't have American citizenship yet. However, the day he does, I will gladly add him to the list.
     
  7. BostonRed

    BostonRed Member+

    Oct 9, 2011
    Somerville, MA
    Club:
    New England Revolution
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
  8. Campbell95

    Campbell95 Member

    May 26, 2012
  9. yuyofutbol

    yuyofutbol BigSoccer Supporter

    Aug 19, 2011
    Stuttgart, Germany
    Christian Albelo- Colombia
     
  10. yuyofutbol

    yuyofutbol BigSoccer Supporter

    Aug 19, 2011
    Stuttgart, Germany
    Christian Albelo-1998- Colombia currently at 1899 Hoffenheim
     
  11. Chance

    Chance Member+

    Minnesota United FC
    United States
    Apr 5, 2012
    Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Club:
    Tottenham Hotspur FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Jamie Reid is a dual-national with the USA?

    I only know him because he's the lowest rated player in FIFA 13. :D
     
  12. Germerica

    Germerica Member+

    May 2, 2012
    Club:
    Los Angeles
    There are literally thousands of players that have virtually no ties to any foreign country that could be considered a "dual-national" according to FIFA. Heck I'm eligible for multiple passports and I've never been to any of those countries. If all you need eligibility via a grandparent, I'd venture 75% of people on this board could theoretically be considered a dual national.
     
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