Tuesday, December 21, 2010

USA Roster for Annual January Camp

The annual training camp for potential USA national team players that are out of season in winter begins on Tue Jan 4 at the Home Depot Center training facility and ends with a game on Sat Jan 22 v Chile at the HDC Stadium.

Roster
G:
Dominic Cervi - Celtic
Sean Johnson - Chicago Fire
Matt Pickens - Colorado Rapids
Nick Rimando - Real Salt Lake
D:
A.J. DeLaGarza - Los Angeles Galaxy
Sean Franklin - Los Angeles Galaxy
Omar Gonzalez - Los Angeles Galaxy
Ugo Ihemelu - FC Dallas
Zach Loyd - FC Dallas
Ryan Miller - Halmstads
Tim Ream - New York Red Bulls
Anthony Wallace - Colorado Rapids
Marvell Wynne - Colorado Rapids
M:
Eric Alexander - FC Dallas
Alejandro Bedoya - Orebro
Sam Cronin - San Jose Earthquakes
Mikkel Diskerud - Stabaek
Jeff Larentowicz - Colorado Rapids
Dax McCarty - DC United
Brek Shea - FC Dallas
F:
Juan Agudelo - New York Red Bulls
Justin Braun - Chivas USA
Teal Bunbury - Sporting Kansas City
Chris Wondolowski - San Jose Earthquakes


So who did not make this list that should have?

5 Comments:

Blogger Worth said...

"The timing is right to assess many of the younger players and to broaden the player pool as we look forward to the next three years" this is the quote from ussoccer.com by Bradley. When you read that, the choices made make a lot of sense. If old guys were allowed, there is a long list I'd like to see. Meanwhile, it will be great fun to see these youngsters play Chile in January.

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Joe the curmudgeon said...

Bring on the young meat!!!

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Rich said...

I'd love to see Ryan Smith get an opportunity to play for the USMNT (perhaps his citizenship status has not been cleared up yet).

7:18 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

the citizenship status is different from a green card
the green card is paper work
whereas citizenship/passport takes about 5 years to achieve

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Rich said...

Hi Bruce,

RE: Ryan Smith

Hopefully, it won't take him too long to attain dual citizenship since his father is an American. [Smith has already indicated that he woul love to play for the U.S.]

- Rich

8:15 PM  

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