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USA splits at Beach World Cup
November 6th, 2007 7AM

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The USA rebounded from a 8-4 loss to Spain on Friday to beat Iran, 7-6, on Sunday at the 2007 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. The Americans will need at least a tie against Portugal on Tuesday to advance to the next round.

U.S. Beach Soccer World Cup Roster
GOALKEEPERS: Luis Montanez (Hayward, Calif.), Bayard Elfvin (Portland, Ore.)
DEFENDERS: Brendon Taguinod (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Benyam Astorga (Miami, Fla.), Zak Ibsen (San Francisco, Calif.), Francis Farberoff (Miami Beach, Fla.).
FORWARDS. Jevin Albuquerque (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Yuri Morales (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Ronnie Silva (Santa Cruz, Calif.), Josh Nolz (Virginia Beach, Va.), Anthony Chimienti (El Dorado Hills, Calif.), Raphael Xexeo (Lawndale, Calif.).

 



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