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Cabrera takes 24 players to Mexico
April 21st, 2011 11:58PM
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[U.S. UNDER-17 BOYS] The U.S. under-17 national team will travel to Queretaro, Mexico, Friday for a training camp that will include two friendlies against the Mexican U-17 national team in preparation for the 2011 Under-17 World Cup this summer in Mexico.

U.S. head coach Wilmer Cabrerais bringing 24 players, including 17 players from the team that won the Concacaf U-17 Championship in February.

Two other players from the Concacaf U-17 Championship team --Jordan Allen and Paul Arriola -- are with the U.S. U-16s, who lost their first two games at the Mondial Minimes in Montaigu, France.

Andrew Oliver, who led the USA with four goals at the Concacaf qualifier, is not with either team.

U.S. U-17 Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (3):Wade Hamilton (Arsenal FC; Murietta, Calif.), Kendall McIntosh (San Jose Earthquakes Academy; Santa Rosa, Calif.), Fernando Pina (Houston Dynamo; Houston, Texas)
DEFENDERS (8): Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas Juniors; Plano, Texas), Joe Amon (South Carolina United FC; Summerville, S.C.), Zach Carroll (Vardar; Grand Blanc, Mich.), Mobi Fehr (Tokyo Verdy 1969; Tokyo, Japan), Alessandro Mion (Kendall SC; Miami, Fla.), Reed Norton (Concorde Fire; Evans, Ga.), Nathan Smith (Cal Odyssey; Clovis, Calif.), Andrew Souders (Crew Soccer Academy; Amherst, Ohio)
MIDFIELDERS (9):Matt Dunn (FC Cologne; Dallas, Texas), Alejandro Guido (Aztecs Premier; Chula Vista, Calif.), Fernando Laverde (FC Dallas Juniors; Cali, Colombia), Nico Melo (Florida Rush; Kissimmee, Fla.), Marc Pelosi (De Anza Force; Sunnyvale, Calif.), Esteban Rodriguez (Cosmos Academy West; Palmdale, Calif.), Tarik Salkicic (Strictly Soccer; Pinellas Park, Fla.), Dillon Serna (Colorado Rapids Academy; Brighton, Colo.), Colton Storm (HMMS Eagle FC; Mechanicsburg, Pa.)
FORWARDS (4):Kellen Gulley (MS Chicago Fire Juniors; Clinton, Miss.), Alfred Koroma (Solar Chelsea FC; Arlington, Texas), Jack McBean (LA Galaxy; Newport Beach, Calif.), Mario Rodriguez (Central Aztecs; North Hollywood, Calif.)



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  1. Lloyd Elling
    commented on: April 22, 2011 at 1:35 p.m.
    "Two other players from the Concacaf U-17 Championship team -- Jordan Allen and Paul Arriola -- are with the U.S. U-16s, who lost their first two games at the Mondial Minimes in Montaigu, France." How did they play? Winning and losing is not an issue. It is player development! Andrew Oliver, who led the USA with four goals at the Concacaf qualifier, is not with either team. Why? U.S. head coach Wilmer Cabrera loves to coach on the sideline and direct traffic frequently. Will he follow the direction of Claudia Arena or coaches to sit down? Personally, Coach Wilmer Cabrera is an oustanding coach for our U-17 team.

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