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Rueda calls up Valencia and Montero
September 27th, 2011 4:04PM

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[USA-ECUADOR] Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia, Jefferson Montero of surprise Spanish leader Real Betis and six Mexican-based players headline the Ecuador team that will face the USA Oct. 11 at Red Bull Arena.

Ecuador begins its World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign four days earlier when it hosts Venezuela.

Coach Reinaldo Rueda will release three Liga de Quito players after the Venezuela game so they can prepare for their game in the Copa Sudamericana.

ECUADOR ROSTER:
Goalkeepers: Maximo Banguera (Barcelona), *Alexander Dominguez (Liga de Quito), Adrian Bone (Dep. Quito).

Defenders: Gabriel Achilier (Emelec), *Diego Calderon (Liga de Quito), Fricson Erazo (El Nacional), Eduardo Morante (Emelec), Jairo Campos (Dep. Quito), Juan Carlos Paredes (Dep. Quito), Walter Ayovi (Monterrey, Mexico), *Giovanny Caicedo (Liga de Quito).

Midfielders: Alex Bolanos (Dep. Quito), Segundo Castillo (Pachuca, Mexico), Edison Mendez (Emelec), Jefferson Montero (Real Betis, Spain), Cristhian Noboa (Rubin Kazan, Russia), Luis Saritama (Dep. Quito), Antonio Valencia (Manchester United, England).

Forwards: Michael Arroyo (San Luis, Mexico), Jaime Ayovi (Pachuca, Mexico), Christian Benitez (Club America, Mexico), Joffre Guerron (Atletico Paranaense, Brazil), Cristian Suarez (Santos, Mexico).

*To be released after Venezuela game.



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