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Denny Clanton (born April 4, 1982, in Hammond, Indiana) is an American soccer player who last played defense for the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. Clanton was drafted 38th overall by the Fire in the 2004 MLS Superdraft out of University of Dayton, succeeding in making the team's developmental roster. While at Dayton, Clanton was named All-Atlantic 10 first team as well as All-Ohio Player of the Year in his senior 2004 season. He played a year in MLS, appearing in ten games. After being dropped by Chicago, Clanton signed with MISL's Chicago Storm.

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  • Denny Clanton (born April 4, 1982, in Hammond, Indiana) is an American soccer player who last played defense for the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. Clanton was drafted 38th overall by the Fire in the 2004 MLS Superdraft out of University of Dayton, succeeding in making the team's developmental roster. While at Dayton, Clanton was named All-Atlantic 10 first team as well as All-Ohio Player of the Year in his senior 2004 season. He played a year in MLS, appearing in ten games. After being dropped by Chicago, Clanton signed with MISL's Chicago Storm.
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  • Denny Clanton (born April 4, 1982, in Hammond, Indiana) is an American soccer player who last played defense for the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. Clanton was drafted 38th overall by the Fire in the 2004 MLS Superdraft out of University of Dayton, succeeding in making the team's developmental roster. While at Dayton, Clanton was named All-Atlantic 10 first team as well as All-Ohio Player of the Year in his senior 2004 season. He played a year in MLS, appearing in ten games. After being dropped by Chicago, Clanton signed with MISL's Chicago Storm.
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