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Five U.S.-based players on roster for Chile trip
May 12th, 2013 7:29PM
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[EL SALVADOR UNDER-20 MEN]Four players from the Washington-Baltimore area -- including former U.S. U-18 Romilio Hernandez-- and one from Florida are among the players El Salvador called up for its trip to Chile to prepare for its first-ever appearance in the Under-20 World Cup that begins next month in Turkey.

Hernandez, who plays for Baltimore Bays Chelsea, is headed to Louisville in the fall, while Kelvin Herrera is a senior at Falls Church (Va.) High School.

Benjamin Diaz plays at the University of District of Columbia, while Bernardo Majanoattended JC power Louisburg College.

Floridian Tomas Granitto played for FGCU in 2011.

El Salvador Roster:
Kevin Ayala (Turin), Olivier Ayala (Leon/Mexico), Kevin Barahona (Turin), Marvin Baumgartner (FC Zurich/Switzerland), Diego Coca (Turin), Benjamin Diaz (University of the District of Columbia), Douglas Gil (Atletico Marte), Rene Gomez (Turin), Tomas Granitto (unattached), Jairo Henriquez (Turin), Romilio Hernandez(Baltimore Bays/USA), Kelvin Herrera (Falls Church High School/USA), Miguel Lemus (Turin), Bernardo Majano(Louisburg College/USA), Adolfo Menendez (CD FAS), Rolando Morales (Turin), Jose Pena (Turin), Oscar Rodriguez (San Jose Sacare), Jose Villavicencio (Turin), Giovanny Zavaleta (Turin).



1 comment
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: May 14, 2013 at 10:50 a.m.
    So only 1 of these 5 players played Academy?? How long was Romilio at Bays Chelsea??

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