I couldn't find a thread for him, though he has been mentioned before as one of the "Fil-Americans" playing in the Philippines. It seems he is leaving his longtime club, Kaya FC, according to a post on Instagram: I was 16 when I made my first decision to come to the Philippines and to play for the National Team. It was probably one of the most exciting times in my life. I was ready to start my career and make a name for myself. In 2012, I signed my first ever contract with Kaya FC, which then became another exciting time in my life. I was so eager, so motivated, to make an impact in club history. As we fast forward 4 years, I am here to say that my time at Kaya FC has come to an end... https://www.instagram.com/p/BHcJxfpBibi/?taken-by=mrporteria Some reporting on his announcement seems to have interpreted it as an international retirement, but I'm not sure that's the case. Club announcement: A tenacious and skilled forward, OJ scored goals on several occasions and embodied the club’s spirit on and off the pitch. He adhered to Kaya’s philosophy and understood the importance of hunger, heart, and humility. He played a pivotal role and was vital to the club’s success, especially in the 2015 UFL Cup, where Kaya claimed the title, and the 2016 AFC Cup, where we advanced to the last 16. Everyone at the club respects his decision, and we all wish him well in his future career and beyond. http://www.kayafc.com/statement-oj-porterias-departure/ Statement on OJ Porteria's departure: https://t.co/8YAQpRlo78 #UnaKaya pic.twitter.com/FEbVM0kb2d— Kaya Futbol Club (@KayaFC) July 5, 2016 He's an American-born '94.