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id2 national selection tour roster
January 19th, 2011 4:25PM

TAGS:  youth boys


[YOUTH] Nine U.S. under-14 national team players are among the 18 players selected for U.S. Club Soccer’s id2 national selection international tour Feb. 17-27 to Scotland and England.
A total of 16 different clubs and nine states are represented on the roster. Three players -- Benny Swanson, Chet Castellaw and Collin Fernandez -- went on the 2010 tour.

PDA's Gerry McKeown will coach the team.

Nicholas Giordan o, East Northport, N.Y., Long Island FC
Kevin Silva, Bethlehem, Pa., PDA
Collin Fernandez, Downers Grove, Ill., Chicago Fire Juniors
David Godinez-Chavez, Redwood City, Calif., Juventus Forza
Malcolm Jones, Chino Hills, Calif., Cosmos Academy West
Matthew McCarthy, Armonk, N.Y., FC Westchester
Tommy Redding, Oviedo, Fla., FC America
Jeremy Colvin, Houston, Texas, Houstonians FC
Cesar Farias, Santa Rosa, Calif., Santa Rosa Atletico
Abuchi Obinwa, Gotha, Fla., Florida Rush
Logan Panchot, Wildwood, Mo., St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Shannon Seymour, Bourbonnais, Ill., Chicago Fire Juniors
Benny Swanson, Grove City, Ohio, Columbus Crew
Sam Swanson, Charlottesville, Va., Richmond Strikers
Sean Wilson, Bethlehem, Pa., PDA
Chet Castellaw, Hidden Hills, Calif., Real So Cal
Stephen Elias, Rye, N.Y., Beachside SC
Ricardo Oliveros, Weston, Fla., West Pines United

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