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Luis Gil heads squad called into camp
April 13th, 2010 12:38AM

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[U.S. UNDER-18 MEN] Real Salt Lake rookie Luis Gil is among 24 players U.S. under-18 men’s national team coach Mike Matkovich will bring will bring into a training camp April 25-May 2 at the Home Depot Center.

Like Gil, the majority of players called into the camp spent time in the U.S. under-17 residency program.

U.S. U-18 Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Keith Cardona (NY Red Bulls academy), Jonathan Kempin (Kansas City Wizards academy)
DEFENDERS: Michael Ambrose (FC Dallas academy), Anthony Carerras (BW Gottschee), Marquez Fernandez (Baltimore Bays Chelsea), Andrew Jean-Baptiste (Albertson), Jordan McCrary (Concorde Fire), Boyd Okwuonu (FC Dallas academy), Scott Thomsen (PDA), Eriq Zavaleta (FC Pride)
MIDFIELDERS: Dustin Corea (Unattached), Andrew Craven (First Coast Kickers), Sean Davis (NY Red Bulls academy), Kyle Emerson (Wake Forest Univ.), Daniel Garcia (FC Dallas academy), Luis Gil (Real Salt Lake), Miguel Lopez (Lonestar Aztex academy), Daniel Metzger (PDA), Emilio Orozco (Rampage FC), Nick Palodichuk (Washington Premier)
FORWARDS: Villyan Bijev (Cal Odyssey), Victor Chavez (Real So Cal), Stefan Jerome (West Pines United FC), Sean Okoli (Washington Premier)



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