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Fulham F.C. signs contract with Eddie Johnson

Eddie Johnson, a 23-year-old American soccer striker, has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with the west London club, Fulham F.C.

Previously Johnson played for Kansas City Wizards but left the U.S. National Team camp in California on January 17, 2008. He completed a transfer to Fulham on January 23, 2008, signing a contract extending until the summer of 2011.

Johnson has become the 5th American in the team, including Kasey Keller, Carlos Bocanegra, Clint Dempsey and Brian McBride.

This year Fulham F.C. also joined Danish midfielder Leon Andreasen and Norwegian defender Brede Hangeland at Craven Cottage. The team has also agreed a fee for Rangers striker Daniel Cousin and has veteran Finland striker Jari Litmanen and South Korean forward Cho Jae Jin on trial.

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