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Adu and Bradley named to Under-20 World Cup team
July 24th, 2007 7AM

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Americans Freddy Adu and Michael Bradley were named to the U-20 World Cup team by FIFA's Technical Study Group. The 27-player short list was used to pick the player of the tournament. Adu finished sixth in the balloting. Goals by Danny Szetela and Adu remain in contention for the top goal of the tournament.

Goalkeepers
Christopher TOSELLI (CHI)
Sergio ROMERO (ARG)

Defenders
Federico FAZIO (ARG)
Gerard PIQUE (ESP)
Hans MARTINEZ (CHI)
LUIZAO (BRA)
Matias CAHAIS (ARG)
Omar ESPARZA (MEX)
Sebastian PROEDL (AUS)

Midfielders
Arturo VIDAL (CHI)
Bruno GAMA (POR)
Ever BANEGA (ARG)
Mathias CARDACCIO (URU)
Marek SUCHY (CZE)
Maximiliano MORALEZ (ARG)
Michael BRADLEY (USA)
Oladapo OLUFEMI (NGA)
Sebastian MWANSA (ZAM)

Forwards
ADRIAN LOPEZ (ESP)
ALEXANDRE PATO (BRA)
Alexis SANCHEZ (CHI)
Dawid JANCZYK (POL)
DIEGO CAPEL (ESP)
Freddy ADU (USA)
Giovanni DOS SANTOS (MEX)
Mathias VIDANGOSSY (CHI)
Sergio AGUERO (ARG)



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