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USMNT: Seven uncapped players who might get call-ups 
Jurgen Klinsmann's only chance to look at new talent before the Hexagonal starts Nov. 11 is when the USA faces ...
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USMNT: Seven uncapped players who might get call-ups
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Sep 30, 2016 3:36 AM EDT
PhotoJurgen Klinsmann's only chance to look at new talent before the Hexagonal starts Nov. 11 is when the USA faces Cuba next Friday and New Zealand four days later in friendlies. He has not indicated who he'll bring in, but foreign-based players like Cameron Carter-Vickers, Lynden Gooch and Jorge Villafana, who won't be available for a January camp, could earn their first callups. Four uncapped players enjoying strong seasons in MLS also deserve a look.  
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Mexico: Gio is back for October friendlies 
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Holding midfielder. Defensive midfielder. Are they the same animal? I'm not sure. And frankly, I don't care. Because I have a long-standing mistrust of English soccer terminology. As well as serious suspicions about the value of tactical talk.

"One day, if I'm free, why not?"

-- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Friday saying he would be open to coaching England, but his current focus was on the Gunners with whom he celebrates 20 years on Saturday. His contract expires at the end of the 2016-17 season. (BBC Sport)