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3. ECUADOR: U.S. foe includes 11 World Cup 2006 vets
March 22nd, 2007 2:10AM

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Ecuador's roster for its friendly against the USA on Sunday (noon ET on ESPN2 & Galavision) includes 11 players from its 2006 World Cup team, which reached the second round with wins over Poland and Costa Rica and lost, 1-0, to England in the round of 16. The USA squad also includes 11 players from its 2006 World Cup team, which was eliminated in the first round.

More than 23,000 tickets for the Raymond James Stadium clash had been sold by Tuesday.

Ecuador Roster
GOALKEEPERS

Rorys Aragon (Standard Liege/Belgium), Geovanny Camacho (Barcelona/Ecuador).

DEFENDERS
Oscar Bagui (Olmedo/Ecuador), Segundo Castillo* (Red Star Belgrade/Serbia), Ulises De La Cruz* (Reading/England), Giovanny Espinoza* (Vitesse/Netherlands), Jorge Guagua* (Colon/Argentina), Ivan Hurtado* (Nacional/Colombia), Neicer Reasco* (Sao Paulo/Brazil)

MIDFIELDERS
Luis Caicedo (Olmedo/Ecuador), Edison Mendez* (PSV Eindhoven/ Netherlands), Luis Saritama* (Club America/Mexico), Edder Vaca (Deportivo Quito/Ecuador), Luis Valencia* (Wigan Athletic/Ecuador)

FORWARDS
Felix Borja* (Olympiakos/Greece), Felipe Caicedo (FC Basel/Switzerland), Carlos Tenorio* (Al-Saad/Qatar), Edmundo Zura (Imbabura/Ecuador)
* 2006 World Cup team member.


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