13. Thomas Dooley —
Was a huge factor in the U.S. World Cup effort in 1994, arriving in the early 1990’s as one of the nation’s first true “international” players. Was born in Germany but maintained U.S. eligibility because his father was American and joined the side in 1992. Played 81 career games for the Americans and had 7 goals, but was known far more for his organized style of play as a sweeper in the back.
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