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U.S. under-17 boys national team roster
July 30th, 2008 7:01AM

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U.S. U-17 boys national team coach Wilmer Cabrera has taken 24 players on a 16-day tour of Central America. The team will travel to Panama, Guatemala and Honduras, where it will play two games apiece against youth national teams. The majority of players spent the spring in the U.S. Soccer residency program in Bradenton, Fla.

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U.S. UNDER-17 ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS: Samir Badr (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Earl Edwards (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Spencer Richey (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency)
DEFENDERS: Michael Ambrose (Texas Fire), Julio Arjona (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Andrew Craven (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Zachary Herold (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Nicholas Palodichuk (Washington Premier), Shaquille Phillips (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Tyler Polak (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency)
MIDFIELDERS: Sean Davis (Matchfit Academy, N.J.), Marlon Duran (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Luis Gil (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Perry Kitchen (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Carlos Martinez (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Victor Pineda (Chicago Fire Academy), Alex Shinsky (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Erik Stephenson (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency)
FORWARDS: Joseph-Claude Gyau (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Stefan Jerome (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Jack McInerney (U.S. Soccer U-17 residency), Soony Saad (Vardar, Mich.), Dominick Sarle (Blau Weiss Gottschee, N.Y.), Eriq Zavaleta (FC Pride, Ill.)



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