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U.S. World Cup training camp roster
December 22nd, 1997 12AM



Steve Sampson has called in the following players for the U.S. national team training camp Jan. 5-28 in Orlando, Fla. Goalkeepers -- Mark Dodd (Dallas Burn), Brad Friedel (Liverpool, England). Defenders -- Jeff Agoos (D.C. United), Marcelo Balboa (Colorado Rapids), Gregg Berhalter (Sparta Rotterdam, Netherlands), Mike Burns (New England Revolution), Paul Caligiuri (Los Angeles Galaxy), Ted Chronopoulos (New England Revolution), Thomas Dooley (Columbus Crew), Mike Duhaney (Tampa Bay Mutiny), Alexi Lalas (New England Revolution), Mike Lapper (Columbus Crew), Eddie Pope (D.C. United), Greg Vanney (Los Angeles Galaxy), Peter Vermes (Colorado Rapids). Midfielders -- Mark Chung (Kansas City Wizards), John Harkes (D.C. United), Frankie Hejduk (Tampa Bay Mutiny), Chris Henderson (Colorado Rapids), Cobi Jones (Los Angeles Galaxy), Brian Maisonneuve (Columbus Crew), Preki Radosavljevic (Kansas City Wizards), Steve Ralston (Tampa Bay Mutiny), Tony Sanneh (D.C. United), Mike Sorber (MetroStars), Martin Vasquez (Tampa Bay Mutiny), Richie Williams (D.C. United). Forwards -- Paul Bravo (Colorado Rapids), Roy Lassiter (Tampa Bay Mutiny), Brian McBride (Columbus Crew), Joe-Max Moore (New England Revolution), Roy Wegerle (D.C. United), Eric Wynalda (San Jose Clash). ò Friedel's status is doubtful in view of his impending move from the Columbus Crew to Liverpool. Lalas and Moore, currently playing with Emelec of Ecuador, arrive Jan. 12.

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