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De Rosario and teen Piette called up
May 17th, 2012 7:46PM
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[CANADA] Players from six different MLS clubs -- including 2011 MVP Dwayne De Rosario -- are among the 22 players called into Coach Stephen Hart's upcoming training camp in preparation for Canada's friendly against the USA on June 3 in Toronto and World Cup qualifiers against Cuba and Honduras.

The squad includes players based at clubs in no less than a dozen countries.

The youngest is 17-year-old Samuel Piette, who impressed in Olympic qualifying and is currently on trial with German club Fortuna Duesseldorf.

The squad will train May 21-31 in Sunrise, Fla, before heading to Toronto ahead of the U.S. friendly.

CANADA ROSTER:
Goalkeepers (3): Lars Hirschfeld (Valerenga/NOR), Milan Borjan (FC Vaslui/ROM), Kenny Stamatopoulos (AIK Stockholm/SWE).
Defenders (7): Nik Ledgerwood (Wehen Wiesbaden/GER), Mike Klukowski (Manisaspor/TUR), Kevin McKenna (FC Cologne/GER), Andre Hainault (Houston Dynamo), David Edgar (Burnley/ENG), Ashtone Morgan (Toronto FC), Ante Jazic (Chivas USA).
Midfielders (7): Julian de Guzman (Toronto FC), Will Johnson (Real Salt Lake), Josh Simpson (Young Boys/SWI), Atiba Hutchinson (PSV/NED), Pedro Pacheco (Santa Clara/POR), Samuel Piette (unattached), Issey Nakajima-Farran (Brisbane Roar/AUS).
Forwards (5): Iain Hume (Preston North End/ENG), Tosaint Ricketts (Poli. Timisoara/ROM), Simeon Jackson (Norwich City/ENG), Dwayne De Rosario (D.C. United), Olivier Occean (Greuther Fuerth/GER).



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