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MAKING A LIST: MLS international callups
September 5th, 2008 7AM



There are 32 MLS players representing 12 clubs (all but Kansas City and San Jose) and playing for 15 national teams in World Cup 2010 qualifying during the double FIFA international fixture dates. Toronto FC will lose the most players for weekend league play -- nine players!

Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico)
Gonzalo Segares (Costa Rica)
Marco Pappa (Guatemala)

Chivas USA
Sacha Kljestan (USA)
Shavar Thomas (Jamaica)

Bouna Coundoul (Senegal)

Frankie Hejduk (USA)
Alejandro Moreno (Venezuela)
Duncan Oughton (New Zealand)
Ricardo Pierre-Louis (Haiti)

FC Dallas
Adrian Serioux (Canada)

D.C. United
Jaime Moreno (Bolivia)

Ricardo Clark (USA)
Dwayne De Rosario (Canada)
Pat Onstad (Canada)

Los Angeles
David Beckham (England)
Landon Donovan (USA)
Ante Jazic (Canada)
Eddie Lewis (USA)

New England
Gabriel Badilla (Costa Rica)

New York
Jorge Rojas (Venezuela)
Andrew Boyens (New Zealand)

Real Salt Lake
Andy Williams (Jamaica)

Toronto FC
Jim Brennan (Canada)
Amado Guevara (Honduras)
Julius James (Trinidad & Tobago)
Tyrone Marshall (Jamaica)
Carl Robinson (Wales)
Carlos Ruiz (Guatemala)
Jarrod Smith (New Zealand)
Greg Sutton (Canada)
Marvell Wynne (USA)

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