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Thomas Rongen picks team for Egypt '09
by Paul Kennedy, August 31st, 2009 7AM

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[UNDER-20 WORLD CUP] Five FC Dallas players -- goalie Josh Lambo, defenders Kyle Davies and Anthony Wallace and forwards Peri Marosevic and Brek Shea -- are among the 21 players named to the U.S. under-20 national team that will compete in the world championships in Egypt.

The U.S. U-20s will train in Larnaca, Cyprus, for a week, beginning Sept. 14, before traveling to Suez, Egypt. The USA will open against Germany on Sept. 26 before facing Cameroon on Sept. 29 and rounding out group play against South Korea on Oct. 2.
 
U.S. ROSTER:
GOALKEEPERS (3):
Sean Johnson (free agent), Josh Lambo (FC Dallas), Brian Perk (UCLA)
DEFENDERS (6): Gale Agbossoumonde (Miami FC), Kyle Davies (FC Dallas), Aaron Maund (Univ. of Notre Dame), Ike Opara (Wake Forest Univ.), Anthony Wallace (FC Dallas), Sheanon Williams (free agent)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Danny Cruz (Houston Dynamo), Mikkel Diskerud (Stabak/Norway), Dilly Duka (free agent), Jorge Flores (Chivas USA), Jared Jeffrey (Club Brugge/Belgium), Brian Ownby (Univ. of Virginia), Dillon Powers (Univ. of Notre Dame), Michael Stephens (UCLA)
FORWARDS (4): Sam Garza (Univ. of Denver), Peri Marosevic (FC Dallas), Brek Shea (FC Dallas), Tony Taylor (Jacksonville Univ.)

 



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