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Regis, Friedel, Stewart, Reyna are among U.S. standouts overseas.

Reyna receives three red cards after outburst during and after Rangers' 3-1 Scottish Cup loss to Celtic.

Reyna excels in one match, is sent off the next; Friedel saves Blackburn in extra time.

Arena, Reyna set down for qualifiers because of actions against referee after loss in Costa Rica.

Little action last week; earlier, Reyna scores, but Rangers routed.

Reyna, Rangers end season in style, easily taking Scottish double.

Reyna scores winner for Rangers who roll again.

Reyna helps Rangers near title.

Reyna returns to Rangers midfield.

Reyna is again a right back.

Reyna shines at right back as Rangers crush Celtic 4-0.

Reyna regains his Rangers starting spot.

Wynalda, Reyna turn in strong performances in 3-0 dismissal of Haiti.

Reyna happy with Glasgow Rangers, hopes for long future with Scottish club.

Will Reyna become odd man out with Rangers?

Reyna ignores Advocaat message, plans to return to compete in Gold Cup.

Reyna’s ‘punishment’ begins with benching.

Reyna, Keller efforts help clubs return to winning form.

Reyna, Rangers out of UEFA Cup losing to Borussia Dortmund in PKs.

Reyna gets a needed rest; Keller is bombed.

Reyna, Sanneh watch their clubs eliminated from national Cups in extra time.

Reyna, Keller clubs suffer dismal Sunday.

Keller and Rayo lose in the snow; Reyna and Rangers record a win.

Reyna, Rangers bounce back from Champions loss with strong effort.

Reyna, Sanneh sit while their teams are shocked in Champions League.

Reyna is Scottish player of month; for other Americans a lost weekend.

Reyna, Rangers remain undefeated in Scotland.

Claudio Reyna
Height: 5-10 (1.78 m).
Weight: 160 (72 kg).
Born: July 20, 1973, in Livingston, New Jersey.
Hometown: Springfield, New Jersey.
College: University of Virginia.
Club: Glasgow Rangers (Scottish Premier League).

               U.S. National Team Statistics 2001

Opponent       Date   Score  GP  GS   MIN   G   A  Pts  Y   R

Mexico        Feb 28   2-0    1   1    42   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying
Costa Rica    Apr 25   1-0    1   1    89   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying

Total                         2   2   131   0   0   0   0   0 

National Team
Year Record GP G A Pts
1994 5-5-9 19 2 1 5
1995 3-4-2 9 1 3 5
1996 9-3-2 14 1 3 5
1997 3-4-4 11 1 1 3
1998 3-6-0 9 1 2 4
1999 2-1-1 5 1 0 2
2000 6-2-4 12 1 3 5
2001 2-0-0 2/2 0 0 0
Total 33-25-22 80 8 13 29
World Cup
Year Venue GP G A Pts
1994 USA '94 0 0 0 0
1998 France '98 3 0 0 0
Total 3 0 0 0
Year W-L-T GP/GS G A Pts
1996 1-1-1 3/3 1 0 2
Total 1-1-1 3/3 1 0 2
Year Club GP G A Pts
1994-95 Bayer Leverkusen (German Bundesliga) - - - -
1995-96 Bayer Leverkusen (German Bundesliga) 5 - - -
1996-97 VfL Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga) - - - -
1997-98 VfL Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga) 28 5 - -
1998-99 Glasgow Rangers (Scotland Premier)
VfL Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga)
- -
1999-2000 Glasgow Rangers (Scotland Premier) 11 4 - -
Total - - - -
Year Team GP G A Pts
1991 Univ. of Virginia 21 6 6 18
1992 Univ. of Virginia 16 5 8 18
1993 Univ. of Virginia 21 10 8 28
Total 65 21 22 64
NCAA Champion - 1991, 1992, 1993

U.S. National Team: Is a two-time Olympian (1992 & 1996) and two-time World Cup (1994 & 1998) player for the U.S., and is still just 26-years-old ... Has scored at least one goal and one assist every year of his National Team career ... 1999: Played in four matches with the National Team in 1999, scoring one goal ... His goal was the capper in the USA's 3-0 win over Germany on Feb. 6 ... Continued in his role as the USA's midfield catalyst, he wore the captain's armband twice during the year ... 1998: Played one of the best games of his U.S. career, tallying a goal and two assists in the team's 3-0 win over Austria ... Finished the year with a goal and two assists in nine games ... One of only three U.S. players to play every minute in the 1998 World Cup ... 1997: Scored the game-winning goal in the first five minutes in the USA's 3-0 World Cup Qualifying win over Canada Nov. 9, 1997, the game that clinched the USA's World Cup berth ... Started 13 of the USA's 16 World Cup qualifiers, scoring a goal and two assists as the team's central playmaker ... Played in the FIFA All-Star Game in Hong Kong, scoring a goal ... 1996: Starred for the '96 Olympic Team as an "overage" player ... Scored less than one-minute into the opening game of the 1996 Olympics against Argentina, where his father was born ... 1995: Helped the USA capture the U.S. Cup '95 title and advance to the semifinals of '95 Copa America ... Experienced his most productive day for the USA in a 4-0 thrashing of Mexico in U.S. Cup '95, tallying one goal and two assists ... 1994: Youngest member of the 1994 World Cup Team, but did not play in the '94 World Cup due to a hamstring injury ...1992: The youngest member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team that finished with a 1-1-1 record in Barcelona ... Played every minute of the tournament and assisted on two goals ... 1988-1991: Scored three goals in Olympic qualifying play and scored two goals for the Under-23 1991 Pan-Am gold-medal winning team ... Member of the U.S. Under-16 National Team in 1988 and Under-20 National Team in 1989 ... First Appearance: Jan. 15, 1994, vs. Norway ... First Goal: April 20, 1994, vs. Moldova.

Professional: After six seasons of professional football in Europe, he has established himself as key contributor in the midfield for Glasgow Rangers, one of the most prestigious club teams in the world ... 1999-2000: Scored four goals in 11 league appearances (all starts) for Rangers prior to Jan. 1, 2000 ... Also scored once in nine European appearances for Rangers (seven Champions League matches and two UEFA Cup games) ... Scored two goals in a 2-0 win over Hearts on August 7, 1999 ... Was named Man of the Match in a key UEFA Champions League qualifying match against AS Parma after breaking a 1-1 deadlock with a goal in the 70th minute on August 10, 1999 ... Was named Scotland's "Player of the Month" in August after opening the season with four goals in four games ... 1998-99: Was transferred to Glasgow Rangers from VfL Wolfsburg, where he was in the middle of his second season on loan from Bayer Leverkusen ... Started Rangers final six games of 1999, helping the team to a Scottish Premeirship crown ... Was the first American ever to captain a team in Europe when he was named Wolfsburg's captain in the summer of 1998 ... Opened the season starting five straight matches and earning Man of the Match honors in Wolfburg's second game of the year (a 3-3 draw with Hansa Rostock), but was being used mostly as a substitute by the winter break ... Finished the season with Wolfsburg appearing in 20 league matches (starting nine games) ... Scored his only two league goals on the year in a 4- 1 victory over Hamburg on March 6, 1999 ... Also started five German Cup games, helping the team into the tournament semifinals ... Had one goal in German Cup action on Dec. 2, 1998, in a 3-1 fourth-round win over Sportfreunde Siegen ... 1997-98: Finished the year with a career-high 28 appearances for Wolfsburg, including 27 starts ... Established himself as the team's leader in the midfield, scoring five goals (four in the league, one in cup play) and being named Man of the Match four times during the first half of the season ... Scored goals in both games against perennial league leader Bayern Munich ... Was ranked as the 25th best player in the German Bundesliga in 1998 by Kicker magazine ... 1996- 97: Made five appearances as a substitute for Bayer Leverkusen ... Loaned to VfL Wolfsburg from Leverkusen in July 1997 ... 1994-96: Signed with the Bundesliga's Bayer Leverkusen on Aug. 8, 1994, at the age of 21 following the 1994 World Cup ... Began to make a name for himself when he cracked the starting lineup of Leverkusen's five-a-side team during the Bundesliga's 1995 winter break.

College: One of the most decorated players in college soccer history, he helped lead the University of Virginia to three straight NCAA titles in 1991, 1992 and 1993 ... Won the 1992 and 1993 Missouri Athletic Club's Player of the Year Award ... Soccer America Player of the Year in 1992 and 1993 ... A three time first-team NSCAA All-American ... Soccer America Freshman of the Year in 1991 ... High School: Two-time Parade Magazine National Player of the Year at St. Benedict's Prep High School in Newark, N.J. (1989 & 1990) ... Gatorade Player of the Year, and New Jersey State Player of the Year in 1990 ...St. Benedict's won state titles his junior and senior seasons and put together a 47-game winning streak ... High school team lost just two games during his career, both while he was training with the U.S. U-23 National Team ... Finished his high school career with 62 goals and 59 assists ... Attended the same high school as Tab Ramos, and was a high school teammate of U.S. National Team pool player Gregg Berhalter.

Personal: Married to Danielle Egan in July 1997, two weeks after U.S. team's qualifier in El Salvador and one week after attending the FIFA All-Star game in Hong Kong ... The couple had their first child during the time of Claudio's last-minute transfer to Rangers in the spring of 1999 ... Danielle, a former member of the U.S. Women's National Team (20 caps, 2 goals), often gives him soccer advice ... Father is Argentinean and mother is Portuguese ... Lived in Argentina for short period of time as a youngster.

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