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U.S. Soccer: Arena calls in Wolff, Beasley, Bocanegra
October 31st, 2001 12AM
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Seven players who started in the 2-1 win over Jamaica on Oct. 7 that clinched U.S. passage to the 2002 World Cup are among the 21 players named by Coach Bruce Arena to the roster for the final qualifier, Nov. 11 in Trinidad & Tobago (ABC, live, 2 pm ET). Two players on the roster have been in the first team for all of the USAÆs final-round qualifying matches: Jeff Agoos and Earnie Stewart. Kasey Keller, who hasn't started for the Americans since moving to Tottenham Hotspur last summer, is on the roster; Brad Friedel is not. Richard Mulrooney (San Jose) and Carlos Bocanegra (Chicago) are the only uncapped players on the list. Josh Wolff, sidelined since April, returns to the team, as does Chicago teammate DaMarcus Beasley. U.S. Roster
NamePos.Ht.Wt.DOBGP/GHometown Club
Agoos, JeffD5'10"17505/02/68115/3DallasSan Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
Beasley, DaMarcusM5'7"12605/24/822/0Ft. Wayne, Ind.Chicago Fire (MLS)
Bocanegra, CarlosD6'0"17005/25/790/0Alto Loma, Calif.Chicago Fire (MLS)
Cherundolo, SteveD5'6"14502/19/798/0San Diego, Calif.Hannover 96 (Germany)
Donovan, LandonF5'8"14803/04/827/1Redlands, Calif.San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
Jones, CobiM5'7"14506/16/70142/14Westlake Village, Calif.Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Keller, KaseyGK6'2"19011/29/6950/0Lacey, Wash.Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Kirovski, JovanF6'1"17503/18/7651/7Escondido, Calif.Crystal Palace (England)
Llamosa, CarlosD5'11"16606/30/6924/0Maspeth, N.Y.Miami Fusion (MLS)
Mathis, ClintF5'10"17011/25/7611/3Conyers, Ga.MetroStars (MLS)
Moore, Joe-MaxF5'9"15002/23/7191/24Irvine, Calif.Everton (England)
Mulrooney, RichardM5'9"16011/3/760/0Memphis, Tenn.San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
O'Brien, JohnM5'9"15008/29/7710/1Playa del Rey, Calif.Ajax (Holland)
Pope, EddieD6'1"18012/24/7343/4High Point, N.C.D.C. United (MLS)
Razov, AnteF6'1"17503/02/7418/5Whittier, Calif.Chicago Fire (MLS)
Reyna, ClaudioM5'9"16007/20/7383/8Springfield, N.J.Glasgow Rangers (Scotland)
Rimando, NickGK5'11"18106/17/790/0Montclair, Calif.Miami Fusion (MLS)
Stewart, EarnieM/F5'9"14503/28/6973/15Point Arena, Calif.NAC Breda (Holland)
Thornton, ZachGK6'3"21010/10/736/0Edgewood, Md.Chicago Fire (MLS)
Vanney, GregD5'11"16906/11/7414/0Tempe, Ariz.Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Wolff, JoshF5'8"16002/25/778/3Stone Mountain, Ga.Chicago Fire (MLS)

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