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Bedoya and Onyewu to report on Tuesday
May 17th, 2010 1:36AM
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[USA 30] Swedish-based midfielder Alejandro Bedoya is the only player who isn't scheduled to report by Monday to the U.S. national team training camp at Princeton University. Players began arriving over the weekend for physicals. Eddie Johnson's injury was diagnosed to be a grade one (minor) hamstring strain.

Bedoya was given permission to play for Sweden’s Orebro for Monday’s match against Trelleborgs FF -- 2-0 win -- before heading to New Jersey.

Johnson skipped Aris' Greek playoff match against Olympiakos on Sunday.

Training for the 30-player squad begins on Monday. The first friendly will take place May 25 against the Czech Republic in East Hartford, Conn. The USA will face Turkey four days later in Philadelphia.

The final cuts are expected to take place between the two friendlies, though the final roster isn't due to FIFA until June 1.



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