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Roger Lynn Thompson is a Republican member of the Oklahoma State Senate, representing the 8th district. He was initially elected in November 2014. He is the president of the News Leader Company, Inc., which owns the Okemah News Leader, in Okemah, Oklahoma.
Roger Thompson (born 19 December 1991) is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a centre-back for York United.
After moving to Canada, Thompson started playing football at Brampton East SC. He later played with Vaughan SC.In 2009, he played 14 matches for the Graceland University, scoring three goals.In 2010 he attended the University of Cincinnati and made 19 appearances for the Cincinnati Bearcats. In 2011 Thompson was able to play just three matches due to injury.
In early 2012 Thompson trained two weeks with Veikkausliiga club VPS Vaasa, but he wasn't signed. In April 2012 he signed a year-long contract with another Vaasa based club Vasa IFK. He played 21 matches for the team at the Finnish third tier Kakkonen.
In January 2013, Thompson was signed for two years by IFK Mariehamn.
In November 2014, Thompson signed with German Regionalliga side KSV Baunatal.
In August 2015, Thompson signed with Swedish Division 1 club Trelleborgs FF and helped them earn promotion to the Superettan.
In March 2017, Thompson signed with Swedish Division 1 club Ljungskile SK.
Thompson signed with Canadian Premier League club York9 FC on 7 January 2019, which later became known as York United FC beginning in the 2021 season.
Thompson is eligible to represent Canada by naturalization and Jamaica by birth.Thompson earned his first call-up to the Canada U-20 team for the 2010 COTIF Tournament. He participated in two more Canada U-20 camps before being named to Canada's squad for the 2011 CONCACAF U-20 Championship, where he made three appearances.
As of match played 30 April 2022
Thompson was born in Clarendon Parish, Jamaica to Jamaican parents and moved to Brampton, Ontario at the age of ten.
Canada Soccer profile
Roger Thompson at Soccerway