Kerr is a trailblazer in the history of American soccer. He made his debut for Portsmouth in 1987, five years before the Premier League began and three years before John Harkes signed with Sheffield Wednesday. While in England, Kerr also played for Peterborough, Wycombe, Millwall and Walsall.
Kerr, son of NASL player John Kerr Sr., earned sixteen caps for the U.S. national team and also played at Dallas Burn and New England Revolution as well as several other clubs. He is now the head coach of the Duke University soccer team.
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As far as future episodes of the EPL Talk Podcast, we listened to your advice and will feature Gary Pallister on a future episode.
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If you also follow Major League Soccer, be sure to listen to Major League Soccer Talk’s first episode of the 2009 season which features Kartik Krishnaiyer having a discussion with DuNord Futbol’s Bruce McGuire about the U.S. National Team, MLS and USL.