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All-Stars headed to Europe
December 30th, 2009 8:15AM

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[DISNEY'S SOCCER SHOWCASE ALL-STARS] Four 2009 U.S. under-15 national team players -- Malcolm Harris and Michael Gamble of the Baltimore Bays Chelsea and Brody Hickey and Andre Reyes of the Dallas Texans -- are among the 18 players selected to the Disney's Soccer Showcase All-Star Team, which will represent the United States against top international youth teams in Europe next summer.

For the third straight year, the Disney all-star team will train at the Chelsea Football Academy near London in August and then compete against a variety of elite international youth soccer teams. Last summer the Disney All-Stars finished with a 2-0-1 record.

The team includes two players each from the Bays, Texans, Solar and Concorde Fire, which are competing in the Under-17 Showcase division at the 2009 Disney's Soccer Showcase.

Disney's Soccer Showcase 2010 All-Star Team:
Andrew Glaeser, Foothill FC MVLA Raptors
Christopher Maierle, Hicksville American SC Strikers
Brody Hickey, Dallas Texans
Derek Creviston, Concorde Fire
Chris Williams, Florida Rush Nike
Murphy Short, Solar
Stewart Abrahart, Alpharetta Ambush
Malcolm Harris, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
Andre Reyes, Dallas Texans
Omar Mata, Tulsa SC
Emmett Lunceford, CESA Premier
Brian James, Weston
Chandler Crosswait, Solar
Michael Gamble, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
Khaliq Mckenzie, Sockers FC Chicago
Jonathan Salcedo, Santa Clara Sporting
Agyeman Botchway, Concorde Fire



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