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5. DENMARK: Olsen brings untested League select
January 18th, 2007 12:57AM
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Denmark coach Morten Olsen brought a 21-player contingent to face the USA Saturday in Bob Bradley's debut match as U.S. national team coach (TV: ESPN2, 4:50 pm ET).

Denmark's Ligalandsholdet (League select team) is an inexperienced team. Only six players have been capped for a total of 31 international appearances. Michael Gravgaard of Superligaen champion FC Copenhagen leads all players with 11 caps.

After the USA game, the Danes head to Central America to face El Salvador on Jan. 24 and Honduras on Jan. 27.

DENMARK ROSTER:

GOALKEEPERS: Casper Ankergren (Brondby), Jesper Christiansen (FC Copenhagen).
DEFENDERS:Anders Moller Christensen (OB), Michael Gravgaard (FC Copenhagen), Lars Jacobsen (FC Copenhagen), Kristian Bak Nielsen (FC Midtjylland), Michael Ribers (FC Nordsjaelland), Chris Sorensen (OB).
MIDFIELDERS:Jonas Borring (OB), William Kvist Jorgensen (FC Copenhagen), Christian Keller (Stabaek/Norway), Thomas Kristensen (FC Nordsjaelland), Hjalte Bo Norregaard (FC Copenhagen), Peter Nymann (OB), Christopher Poulsen (Viborg), Rasmus Wurtz (AAB), Niki Zimling (Esbjerg FB).
FORWARDS:Jesper Bech (Esbjerg FB), Morten Nordstrand Nielsen (FC Nordsjaelland), Simon Busk Poulsen (FC Midtjylland), Dennis Sorensen (FC Midtjylland).


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