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Sanneh ready to sign contract to move to Nuernberg from Berlin.

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Lewis excels in opener for Fulham but Sanneh is off form for Hertha.

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

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Sanneh nets first goal in Hertha 1-1 draw with FC Schalke.

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

Sanneh part of shocking Hertha Berlin upset of A.C. Milan; Hejduk is starter in Bayer loss.

Sanneh helps Hertha in quest for success in European Champions League.

Brief rendezvous for Sanneh, Hejduk over weekend in Bundesliga.

Reyna, Rangers have easy time with Motherwell; Sanneh, Hejduk sit.

Sanneh comes home to start against Argentina.

Americans end scoring drought, stun Germany 3-0 behind Kirovski, Sanneh and Reyna.

U.S. soccer MIDFIELDER
Tony Sanneh
Height: 6-2 (1.88 m).
Weight: 190 (88 kg).
Born: June 1, 1971, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Hometown: St. Paul, Minnesota.
College: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Club: Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga).


               U.S. National Team Statistics 2001

Opponent       Date   Score  GP  GS   MIN   G   A  Pts  Y   R

Mexico        Feb 28   2-0    1   1    90   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying
Brazil         Mar 3   1-2    1   0    30   0   0   0   0   0
Honduras      Mar 28   2-1    1   1    90   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying
Costa Rica    Apr 25   1-0    1   1    90   0   0   0   0   0 CONCACAF Qualifying

Total                         4   3   300   0   0   0   0   0

National Team
Year Record GP G A Pts
1997 0-2-1 3 0 2 2
1999 2-0-0 2 1 0 2
2000 4-2-4 10 0 0 0
2001 3-1-0 4/3 0 0 0
Total 9-5-5 19 1 2 4
Professional
Year Club GP G A Pts
1994 Milwaukee Rampage (USISL) - 14 14 42
1994-95 Chicago Power (NPSL) - 27 35 89
1995 Minnesota Thunder (USL DIII) - 18 22 58
1996 Minnesota Thunder (A-League)
D.C. United (MLS)
6
-
1
4
-
8
-
16
1997 D.C. United (MLS) 28 5 11 21
1998 D.C. United (MLS) 17 5 6 16
1998-99 Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga) 6 - - -
1999-2000 Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga) 8 1 - -
Total (MLS) - 14 25 53
MLS Champion - 1997
College
Year Team GP G A Pts
- Univ. of Wisconsin-Mil. - - - -
Total - 53 32 138

U.S. National Team: A strong player on the flank, he went from the A-League to MLS to the German Bundesliga, while establishing himself as key contributor in Bruce Arena's selection ... 1999: Injuries and club commitments kept him out of the lineup for much of the year ... Scored a key goal for the U.S. in the 3-0 win over Germany on Feb. 6, stripping German defender Jens Jeremies of the ball and cruising in on a breakaway ... Made just two appearances for the U.S., but both were statement games for the U.S. with wins over Germany and Argentina (1-0 on June 13, 1999) ... 1998: Did not make any appearances for the U.S. during the World Cup year ... 1997: Had two assists in three appearances in 1997, including the U.S. World Cup qualifier in Costa Rica on March 23, 1997 ... First Appearance: January 9, 1997, vs. China ... First Goal: February 6, 1999, vs. Germany.

Professional: His play for D.C. United as a key role player helped pave the way for his move to the German Bundesliga ... Scored goals in each of D.C. United's first two MLS Cup victories (1996 and 1997) ... 1999-2000: His first full season in the Bundesliga with Hertha Berlin, he appeared in 8 league matches (2 starts) and scored one goal prior to Jan. 1, 2000 (in a 1-1 draw vs. Schalke 04 on Oct. 30) ... Scored a second goal in his lone German Cup appearance ... Made four appearances for Hertha Berlin in the UEFA Champions League, helping the team advance to the final 16, where they were still alive heading into 2000 ... 1998-99: Began his international club career in the German Bundesliga after signing with Hertha Berlin from MLS in February, 1999 ... Played in five of Hertha Berlin's final six games after working his way into the lineup ... The team went 3-0-2 in those matches, to finish strong and qualify for the UEFA Champions League 2000 ... 1998: Appeared in only 17 games due to injury, but still finished tied for fifth in team scoring (with Ben Olsen) with 16 points (five goals and six assists) ... 1997: Again provided heroics in a title game, heading home the game- winner to defeat the Colorado Rapids 2-1 in MLS Cup '97 ... In his first full season with United, he totaled five goals and 11 assists in 28 starts ... 1996: His leaping header in the 73rd minute of the inaugural MLS Cup set the stage for United's 3-2 overtime comeback win over the Los Angeles Galaxy ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring with four goals and eight assists for 16 points ... Began the season with the A-League's Minnesota Thunder, scoring one goal in six games ... Returned home to play in the USL All-Star Game July 17 in Blaine, Minn., where he recorded two assists ... 1995: Finished second in USL D3 Pro League scoring with 18 goals and 22 assists for the Thunder ... Finished runner-up for Rookie of the Year honors after recording 27 goals and 35 assists indoors for the NPSL's Chicago Power in 1994-95 ... 1994: Had 14 goals and 14 assists for the Milwaukee Rampage (USL).

College: Finished his four-year collegiate career at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with 53 goals and 32 assists for 138 points, making him the school's all-time leading scorer ... Was named a second team All-American in 1993 ... Named All-Midwest Region in 1990, '91 and '93 ... High School: Was a two-time All-State and All-Metro selection at Academy High School in St. Paul, Minn. ... Was a member of the gold medal-winning West squad at the 1990 Olympic Festival ... His Under-19 Black Hawks club team won the 1990 McGuire Cup.

Personal: Introduced to soccer by his father, a native of Gambia, West Africa ... Became a member of Minnesota's state select team at the age of 13 ... Enjoys playing chess ...High school and college teammate of midfielder Manny Lagos (currently of the Tampa Bay Mutiny).

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