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U.S. Soccer: Roster for March 2 qualifier vs. Jamaica
February 28th, 1997 12AM

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Goalkeepers -- Brad Friedel (Columbus, MLS), Kasey Keller (Leicester, England).

Defenders -- Jeff Agoos (D.C. United, MLS), Marcelo Balboa (Colorado, MLS), Mike Burns (New England, MLS), Thomas Dooley (Schalke, Germany), Alexi Lalas (New England, MLS), Eddie Pope (D.C. United, MLS), Peter Vermes (Colorado, MLS).

Midfielders -- John Harkes (D.C. United, MLS), Michael Mason (Hamburg, Germany), Claudio Reyna (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Tony Sanneh (D.C. United, MLS), Mike Sorber (MetroStars, MLS).

Forwards -- Cobi Jones (Los Angeles, MLS), Roy Lassiter (Tampa Bay, MLS), Brian McBride (Columbus, MLS), Ernie Stewart (NAC Breda, Netherlands), Eric Wynalda (San Jose, MLS).

Steve Sampson has said that he will not announce the starting eleven until 45 minutes prior to game time. The match kicks off at noon (ET) in Kingston, Jamaica on March 2.



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