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AWARDS: Disney's Soccer Showcase All-Stars
December 30th, 2008 8AM

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The Disney's Soccer Showcase all-star team features 18 boys from teams competing in the Under-17 Showcase divisions. The team will train and compete against players from pro clubs at Chelsea's facilities near London in August 2009.

In 2008, the Disney's all-star team competed in the inaugural Chelsea International Youth Cup, where it reached the semifinals.

Disney's Soccer Showcase 2009 All-Star Team:
Anton Sealey, 17, Austin (TX), Lonestar SC Red
Joe Garcia, 16, Buda (TX), Lonestar SC Red
Paul Torres, 17, Bethesda (MD), D.C. United Academy
James Williams, 16, Raleigh (NC), CASL Chelsea FC Academy
Ryan Brown, 17, Plano (TX), Solar
Taylor Hafling, 16, Louisville (KY), Javanon
Layth Masri, 17, Louisville (KY), Javanon
Gino Depaoli, 17, Highland Village (TX), Dallas Texans
Coner Doyle, 17, McKinney (TX), Dallas Texans
Steven Newman, 17, New Hope (PA), YMS Xplosion
Justin Rosner, 17, Brunswick (ME), Seacoast United Maine
Glen Long, 17, Greensboro (NC), Triangle United Gold
German Mendoza, 16, Durham (NC), Triangle United Gold
Jon Guzman, 16, Gaithersburg (MD), Baltimore Bays Casa Mia Bays
Brandon Moore, 16, Lawrenceville (GA), Concorde Fire Elite
Malcolm Miller, 17, Roswell (GA), Concorde Fire Elite
Kyle Gustafson, 17, Libertyville (IL), Eclipse Select
Nicholas Spann, 17, Santa Rosa (CA), Santa Rosa United Gold
 
PHOTO (above): Disney's Soccer Showcase 2009 All-Star Team: (front, left-right) Ryan Brown, James Williams, Jon Guzman; (back, left-right) Kevin Campillo (Chelsea Academy Coach), Taylor Hafling, Glen Long, Anton Sealey, Brandon Moore, Malcolm Miller, German Mendoza, Darren Grace (Chelsea Recruiter); not pictured: Layth Masri, Joe Garcia, Kyle Gustafson, Gino Depaoli, Steven Newman, Justin Rosner, Nicholas Spann, Paul Torres, Coner Doyle.

 

 



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