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Four probable starters carrying yellow cards
October 10th, 2012 8:21PM

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[ANTIGUA & BARBUDA-USA] With the USA already depleted in midfield and at left back for Friday's game against Antigua & Barbuda at the Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds and the final group match against Guatemala on Tuesday in Kansas City, it cannot afford to lose any players to yellow-card suspensions. Four players expected to start on Friday carry yellow cards into the game ...

The four players carrying yellow cards are: Michael Bradley, Maurice Edu, Jermaine Jones and Graham Zusi. A caution on Friday will result in a one-match suspension for the decisive Guatemala game.

Fabian Johnson, sidelined with the flu, also has a yellow card.



2 comments
  1. Joy Hottington
    commented on: October 11, 2012 at 8:44 a.m.
    Or JK could just call in some additional players, y'know, like a professional coach would do. I've given him a lot of the benefit of the doubt, but his refusal for whatever reason to call in replacements is just stupid.

  1. Walt Pericciuoli
    commented on: October 11, 2012 at 10:23 a.m.
    Three of those, Edu,Jones and Bardley are all good candidates to easily receive a yellow in any match.I too am mystified as to why JK hasn't called in some replacements.Is it too late?


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