USMNT roster release -in game thread
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USMNT roster release -in game thread
Posted by Sheep on 1/6 at 12:30 pm
GO

On FSC now.


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Posted by Ryne Sandberg on 1/6 at 12:32 pm to Sheep
GOALKEEPERS (3): Tally Hall (Houston Dynamo), Bill Hamid (D.C. United), Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire)

DEFENDERS (9): Steven Beitashour (San Jose Earthquakes), Tony Beltran (Real Salt Lake), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), A.J. DeLaGarza (LA Galaxy), Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy), Connor Lade (New York Red Bulls), Alfredo Morales (Hertha Berlin), Justin Morrow (San Jose Earthquakes), Jeff Parke (Philadelphia Union)

MIDFIELDERS (8): Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake), Alejandro Bedoya (out of contract), Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo), Mix Diskerud (Rosenborg), Brad Evans (Seattle Sounders), Benny Feilhaber (Sporting Kansas City), Joshua Gatt (Molde), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City)

FORWARDS (5): Juan Agudelo (Chivas USA), Will Bruin (Houston Dynamo), Edson Buddle (Colorado Rapids), Eddie Johnson (Seattle Sounders), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes)


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Posted by Ryne Sandberg on 1/6 at 12:34 pm to Ryne Sandberg
Major League Soccer has 12 of 19 clubs represented among the players called into Carson. The Houston Dynamo (Will Bruin, Brad Davis and Tally Hall), San Jose Earthquakes (Steven Beitashour, Justin Morrow and Chris Wondolowski), and Sporting Kansas City (Matt Besler, Benny Feilhaber and Graham Zusi) lead the way with three representatives each. Brad Evans, Eddie Johnson and Jeff Parke played together in Seattle in 2012, before Parke was traded to Philadelphia in the offseason.

Seattle Sounders forward Eddie Johnson leads the roster in both caps and international goals. The veteran has scored 14 goals in his 44 appearances for the MNT. Johnson scored a pair of goals and earned Budweiser Man of the Match honors in leading the U.S. to a 2-1 win against Antigua & Barbuda on Oct. 12, 2012, in the Semifinal Round of World Cup qualifying.

San Jose forward Chris Wondolowski tied Roy Lassiter’s MLS single-season goals record in 2012 with 27 total. Wondolowski collected both the MLS Golden Boot and MVP award and was named MLS Player of the Month four times.

Three players were MLS Best XI selections in 2012. Wondolowski received the honor for the third time in his career, while Sporting Kansas City teammates Matt Besler and Graham Zusi received the honor for the first time.

Zusi used the January camp last year to catapult into a regular role with the Men’s National Team, scoring the game-winner in the 1-0 win on Jan. 25, 2012, in Panama. He went on to appear in six games, including three in World Cup qualifying.

Will Bruin scored a career-high 12 goals in the MLS regular season in 2012 and has four goals in six postseason games. Houston reached the MLS Cup final for the second consecutive season.

In his most recent appearance with the Men’s National Team, Mix Diskerud notched his first career international goal when he scored in second-half stoppage time to help the U.S to a 2-2 draw against ninth-ranked Russia on Nov. 14, 2012. Joshua Gatt collected his first cap and his first start that day.

Omar Gonzalez scored a goal and earned MLS Cup MVP honors when the LA Galaxy won its second-consecutive league championship in a 3-1 win against Houston on Dec. 1, 2012.

A total of eight players are looking to get their first cap with the senior team: Steven Beitashour, Tony Beltran, Matt Besler, Will Bruin, Tally Hall, Connor Lade, Alfredo Morales and Justin Morrow.

Additionally, eight players on the roster are age 23 and under. Juan Agudelo, the first Development Academy alum to play for the senior team, is the youngest at 20 years old.

Goalkeeper Bill Hamid recorded a shutout and a win in his first career start with the U.S. Men in the 1-0 victory against Venezuela on Jan. 21, 2012, in Phoenix. Sean Johnson earned a share of the spoils in the 1-0 win against Panama four days later, splitting time with Nick Rimando.


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Posted by Sheep on 1/6 at 12:36 pm to Ryne Sandberg
Klinsmann: As of now, Donovan not part of team for February qualifier.


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Posted by McRebel42 on 1/6 at 12:38 pm to Ryne Sandberg
Idk what I think about this team, we need to beef up our talent pool so bad ... I'm forcing my future kid to play soccer hopefully he will be the American Messi


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Posted by Ryne Sandberg on 1/6 at 12:40 pm to Sheep
Where is Adu?


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Posted by inelishaitrust on 1/6 at 12:41 pm to Ryne Sandberg
No Pontius. What's wrong with Klinnsmann?


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Posted by Sheep on 1/6 at 12:41 pm to Ryne Sandberg
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Where is Adu?


Sitting on the nearest bench, posting on Twitter?



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Posted by McRebel42 on 1/6 at 12:42 pm to Sheep



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Posted by 225bred on 1/6 at 12:44 pm to Sheep
Excited to see GAM, Zusi, Omar Gonzales, and Mix.

Is this our roster for the friendly vs Canada?



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Posted by Tweezy on 1/6 at 12:45 pm to 225bred
Yep, roster for camp canada


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Posted by Ryne Sandberg on 1/6 at 12:45 pm to 225bred
Yes

I CAN BRING OUT MY 'DELO JERSEY



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Posted by WarSlamEagle on 1/6 at 12:49 pm to McRebel42
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Idk what I think about this team, we need to beef up our talent pool so bad ... I'm forcing my future kid to play soccer hopefully he will be the American Messi

You do know this is not our first choice roster, right? This is Camp Canada, mostly for MLSers in the offseason. The major European guys will be with their clubs.

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Has Bedoya been rumored anywhere?


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Posted by droman225 on 1/6 at 12:56 pm to Ryne Sandberg
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Tally Hall




FINALLY!!!!!


quote:

Brad Davis



Years too late. But..

FINALLY!!!!!


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Posted by StraightCashHomey21 on 1/6 at 12:57 pm to Sheep
this can't be for the Hex, this shite is fricking awful


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Posted by thenry712 on 1/6 at 1:00 pm to Ryne Sandberg
Jeff Parke?

Edson Buddle? The Pain Train hasn't been on the tracks in a long time.

AJ DeLaGarza was mediocre last year.

Tony Beltran?



Connor Lade was superb for New York last season. I'm not sure how well he can transition to the international game. Good to see Brad Evans get a shot, even if it's a meaningless friendly. He's constantly one of the most underrated midfielders in MLS.

I can't even really picture an obvious Starting XI with this squad.



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Posted by WarSlamEagle on 1/6 at 1:02 pm to StraightCashHomey21
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this can't be for the Hex, this shite is fricking awful

Does anyone read anymore?



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Posted by thenry712 on 1/6 at 1:05 pm to WarSlamEagle
That picture was too big.

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Posted by WarSlamEagle on 1/6 at 1:09 pm to thenry712



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Posted by Jumbeauxlaya on 1/6 at 1:14 pm to Ryne Sandberg
Mix and Gatt all up in this MLS circlejerk.

Also Bedoya out of contract >< Pity call up?



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