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GAs drop final game of Dutch tour
by Paul Kennedy, December 14th, 2011 9:42PM

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[GENERATION ADIDAS TOUR] MLS's Generation adidas team finished its Dutch tour on a losing note with a 2-0 loss to Almere City FC of the Eerste Divisie (second division).

The GA XI fell behind 2-0 in the first half and despite a 16-1 edge in shots in the second half couldn't score on 20-year-old backup keeper Kostas Paristeridis.

The MLS team finished with one win and two losses on its postseason tour.

Next up for eight players who played against Almere City: the U-23 national team camp in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

Generation adidas -- MacMath (Bingham 46), Sarkodie, Valentin, Shanosky, Tetteh (Alston 46), Okugo, Mwanga, McInerney (Hertzog 46), Gil (Kassel 46), Salgado (Duka 46), Bruin.



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