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Two Americans on Gold Cup All-Tournament Team
June 27th, 2007 8:49AM

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Before the most important game of the Gold Cup - that would be the final - the CONCACAF Technical Study Group named its 2007 Gold Cup All-Tournament Team, which includes two members of the championship U.S. team. They are defender Frankie Hejduk, who missed the final with a yellow-card suspension, and Pablo Mastroeni, who was subbed at halftime in the final. Americans Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley were selected as "Honorable Mentions" by the Technical Study Group.

2007 CONCACAF GOLD CUP All-Tournament Team Best XI:
Goalkeeper: Franck Grandel (Guadeloupe); Defenders: Felipe Baloy (Panama), Richard Hasting (Canada), Frankie Hejduk (USA), Carlos Salcido (Mexico); Midfielders: Walter Centeno (Costa Rica), Julian De Guzman (Canada), Pablo Mastroeni (USA), Pavel PARDO (Mexico);
Attackers: Carlos Pavon (Honduras), Blas Perez (Panama).

2007 CONCACAF GOLD CUP Honorable Mentions
Goalkeeper: Jose Francisco Porras (Costa Rica); Defenders: Jorge Samuel Caballero (Honduras), Paul Stalteri (Canada); Midfielders: DaMarcus Beasley (USA), Jose Andres Guardado (Mexico); Attackers: Jocelyn Angloma (Guadeloupe), Landon Donovan (USA).

MVP: Julian DeGuzman (Canada)
Top Scorer: Carlos Pavon (Honduras) 5 goals.
Fair Play Award: Honduras
Best Goalkeeper: Franck Grandel (Best Goalkeeper)

YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP VENUES
1991 USA Honduras
1993 Mexico USA
1996 Mexico Brazil
1998 Mexico USA
2000 Canada Colombia
2002 USA Costa Rica
2003 Mexico Brazil
2005 USA Panama
2007 USA Mexico



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