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Disney all-stars take fourth at Chelsea youth tournament
August 27th, 2008 9AM
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The Disney Soccer Showcase under-16 all-stars, chosen from players  competing at the 2007 Disney's Soccer  Showcase, finished fourth in Chelsea Academy's inaugural youth cup near London.

The U.S. all-stars finished the tournament with a record of 2-1-2, with victories over FC Tolyatti of Russia and Bayern Munich of Germany.

They won their group that also included Ajax but fell to River Plate of Argentina, 2-1, in the semifinals.

They lost the third-place game to FC Tolyatti, 2-1.

River Plate defeated Chelsea, 2-0, in the final.
 
Marko Mitrovic (Chelsea) and Daniel Villalva-Barrios (River Plate) finished as the tournament's top scorers with four goals, while Josh MacEachran (Chelsea) was the named the player of the tournament.

The three-day tournament was held at Chelsea's new Academy and Community Pavilion at Cobham.

Disney's Soccer Showcase All-Stars:
Alexander Givens, CASL Elite
Alexander Long, CASL Elite
Dale McDonald, NY Hota Academy
Alexander Sandland, Concorde Fire Elite
Martin Ontiveros, Lonestars Red
Omar Vallejo, Lonestars Red
Wesley Sever, Clearwater Chargers
Antonio Benitez, LAFC
Peter Martinez,Wellington Wave Premier
Reed Patterson, Sockers FC Chicago
Vitalis Atemafac, Potomac SA Internationals
Quincy Wento, Sereno White
Kevin Cope, Michigan Wolves
Andrew O'Malley, FC Delco Academy
Thomas Allott, Vardar Academy
Christopher Nieto, Solar
Sean Cote, Solar
Jonathan Bidegain, Kendall Soccer Coalition White

 



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