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Orlando City host Islanders for title
by Paul Kennedy, September 3rd, 2011 1:36AM

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[USL PRO] Orlando City hosts the Harrisburg City Islanders in Saturday's USL PRO final at the Florida Citrus Bowl (TV: Fox Soccer, live, 7 p.m. ET). Both teams are loaded with well-traveled players, including three on Orlando City with MLS experience. For a look at the key players on both teams ...

Orlando City
Goalkeeper
26, Miguel Gallardo, All-USL PRO first team, Mexican product
Defenders
26, Kieron Bernard, Jamaican from came in move from Austin
22, Luke Boden, Englishman from Sheffield Wednesday
21, Mechack Jerome, Haitian international
25, Robert Valentino, All-USL PRO first team
24, Jack Traynor, Formerly with AC St. Louis and Miami FC
26, Erik Ustruck, Played two games in three MLS seasons with Houston
Midfielders
26, Yordany Alvarez, All-USL PRO first team, Cuban defector
21, Kevin Molino, Made debut for Trinidad & Tobago in 2010
30, Lewis Neal, All-USL PRO second team, played 186 games in England
27, Lawrence Olum, Kenyan in fifth season at D2 level
Forwards
23, Maxwell Griffin, All-USL PRO first team, UCLA product
25, Jamie Watson, All-USL PRO second team, former U.S. U-17
24, Dennis Chin, Local product from Central Florida Kraze
21, Ian Fuller, Played 11 MLS games for New England in 2002

Harrisburg City Islanders
Goalkeeper
27, Chase Harrison, Harrisburg is his 11th club in eight years
Defenders
24, Stephen Basso, Spent time in German lower division
26, Geoffrey Bloes, Product of D2 Shippensburg
29, Anthony Calvano, Penn State product in fifth season with Harrisburg
27, *Andrew Marshall, Played four season with Crystal Palace Baltimore
25, Jeritt Thayer, Previously played for Wilmington Hammerheads
Midfielders
23, JT Noone, Spent three months with Philadelphia Union
29, David Schofield, First played for Harrisburg in 2004
25, Andrew Welker, Finished at Seton Hall last fall
24, Nelson Becarra, Peruvian-born product of St. John's
33, Jason Hotchkin, Spent time in Germany and Sweden
Forwards
24, Brian Ackley, Spent time in New Zealand and Czech Republic
29, *Brian Ombiji, Kenyan from Lindsey Wilson
21, Sainey Touray, Gambian once trained at Arsenal
23, Jose Angulo, Former star at prep power St. Benedict's
*Suspended.



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