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Gold Cup teams to take 22 MLS players
May 30th, 2007 7AM
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Twenty-two MLS players were called up for the 2007 Gold Cup. Expansion Toronto FC led all teams with four players (including Chris Pozniak whom Canada is listing as a "reserve.").

New York (which shares the overall MLS lead with New England), D.C. United (last year's regular-season champion, D.C. United) and Real Salt Lake were the only MLS teams not to have anyone called up for the Gold Cup.

The list of 22 players includes Amado Guevara, who is persona non grata at Chivas USA, but not Mexican Cuauhtemoc Blanco, who will later join Chicago from Club America.

In addition, six Gold Cup players play in the USL-1.

NO. MLS CLUB (PLAYERS/TEAM)
4 Toronto FC (Greg Sutton, Adam Braz, Chris Pozniak, Marco Reda/CAN).
3 Chivas USA (Brad Guzan, Jonathan Bornstein/USA, Amado Guevara/HON)
3 Houston (Ricardo Clark, Brian Ching/USA, Dwayne De Rosario/CAN)
3 Los Angeles (Landon Donovan/USA, Kevin Harmse, Ante Jazic/CAN)
3 New England (Michael Parkhurst, Steve Ralston, Taylor Twellman/USA)
2 Chicago (Justin Mapp/USA, Ivan Guerrero/HON)
1 Colorado (Pablo Mastroeni/USA)
1 Columbus (Frankie Hejduk/USA)
1 FC Dallas (Carlos Ruiz/GUA)
1 Kansas City (Eddie Johnson/USA)



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