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Abe Thompson

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Playing position  Forward
Role  Soccer Player
1999  IMG Soccer Academy
Height  1.80 m
2000–2004  Maryland Terrapins
Position  Forward
Name  Abe Thompson

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Full name  Abraham Broman Thompson
Date of birth  (1982-01-12) January 12, 1982 (age 33)
Place of birth  Tucson, Arizona, United States
Education  University of Maryland, College Park
Number  9 (Sporting Kansas City / Forward)

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Abraham Broman "Abe" Thompson (born January 12, 1982) is an American former soccer player.

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Youth and college

Born in Tucson, Arizona, Thompson attended Wilbert Tucker Woodson High School in Virginia, and played college soccer at the University of Maryland from 2000 to 2005, where he appeared in 79 games scoring 43 goals and adding 26 assists. He was named a Hermann Trophy semifinalist in 2004 and 2005.

Thompson also played in the USL Premier Development League for Chesapeake Dragons and Boulder Rapids Reserve, and played club soccer for the Braddock Road Warhawks, with whom he won the 1999 Don Greer Cup and the 1999 US U-17 National Championship.

Professional

Thompson was drafted in the second round, 16th overall, of the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft by FC Dallas, and subsequently spent four years in Texas. He was traded to Kansas City Wizards on September 5, 2008, in exchange for allocation money.

Houston Dynamo acquired Thompson and allocation money from Kansas City in exchange for forward Kei Kamara. However, Thompson was waived at the end of the season and selected by Real Salt Lake in the resulting Waiver Draft. Thompson was waived by Real Salt Lake during the 2010 pre-season, without making an appearance for the club.

Thompson signed with USSF Division 2 club Miami FC on March 18, 2010. He re-signed with the club, now named Fort Lauderdale Strikers and playing in the North American Soccer League, on March 17, 2011.

Fort Lauderdale re-signed Thompson in February 2012 as both player and assistant coach. At the end of the season, Thompson retired from professional soccer.

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Abe Thompson Wikipedia


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