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Strong MLS presence at final four
August 30th, 2013 12:11AM
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[USL PRO: Semifinals] The USL PRO playoffs move into the semifinals with 2011 champion Orlando City against 2012 champion Charleston Battery Friday night at the Florida Citrus Bowl and the top-seed Richmond Kickers against the No. 5 seed Charlotte Eagles on Saturday. There is a strong MLS presence to the final as three of the four teams have players on loan from MLS clubs and more than a dozen players have playing experience in MLS. There's also a strong foreign influence as players from 18 different foreigners are starters on the four semifinalists. For a look at the teams ...

Charleston Battery
LAST WEEK'S STARTERS:
G Miguel Gallardo, 28 (Mexico)
D Luke Boden, 24 (England)
D Renan Boufleur, 23 (Brazil -- on loan from Phoenix FC)
D *Erik Ustruck, 28 (USA)
D Robert Valentino, 27 (USA)
M Adama Mbengue, 19 (Senegal)
M Kevin Molino, 23 (Trinidad & Tobago)
M James O'Connor, 33 (Ireland)
M Anthony Pulis, 29 (England)
F Dennis Chin, 26 (USA)
F *Long Tan, 25 (China)
ALSO:
G Jon Kempin, 20 (USA -- on loan from Sporting KC)
D *Kevin Ellis, 22 (USA -- on loan from Sporting KC)
M *Jean Alexandre, 27 (Haiti)
M *Freddie Braun, 25 (USA)    
M Christian  Duke, 22 (USA -- on loan from Sporting KC)
M *Ian Fuller, 33 (USA)
F *Jamie Watson, 27 (USA)
*MLS playing experience.                     

Charleston Battery
LAST WEEK'S STARTERS:
G Odisnel Cooper
, 21 (Cuba)
D Emmanuel Adjetey, 23 (Ghana -- on loan from Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23)
D Cody Ellison, 22 (USA)
D Colin  Falvey, 28 (Ireland)
D *John Wilson, 35 (USA)
M Michael Azira, 25 (Uganda)
M Quentin Griffith, 21 (Antigua & Barbuda)
M Nicki Paterson, 28 (Scotland)
M Amadou Sanyang, 22 (Gambia)
F Jose Cuevas, 24 (USA)
F Dane Kelly, 22 (Jamaica -- on loan from Tivoli Gardens)
ALSO:
M Bryce Alderson, 19 (Canada -- on loan from Vancouver Whitecaps)
F Ben Fisk, 20 (Canada -- on loan from Vancouver Whitecaps FC U-23)
*MLS playing experience.

Richmond Kickers
LAST WEEK'S STARTERS:
G *Andrew Dykstra, 27 (USA -- on loan from D.C. United)
D Sascha Goerres, 33 (Germany)
D Henry Kalungi, 25 (Uganda)
D Alex  Lee, 23 (USA)
D William Yomby, 29 (Cameroon)
M Mike Callahan, 26 (USA)
M *Joseph Ngwenya, 32 (Zimbabwe)
M *Conor  Shanosky, 21 (USA -- on loan from D.C. United)
M *Luke Vercollone, 31 (USA)
F Matthew Delicate, 31 (England)
F Brian Ownby, 23 (USA -- on loan from Houston Dynamo)
ALSO
F *Michael Seaton, 17 (Jamaica -- on loan from D.C. United)
M *Philippe Davies, 22 (Canada)
*MLS playing experience.

Charlotte Eagles
LAST WEEK'S STARTERS:
G Eric Reed, 29 (USA)
D Nick Courtney, 25 (USA)      
D Mathew Gold, 25 (USA)
D Ben Newnam, 22 (USA)
D Fejiro Okiomah, 22 (USA)
M Jose Guzman, 24 (USA)
M Jorge  Herrera, 32 (Colombia)
M Stephen Okai, 23 (Ghana)
M Nathan Thornton, 25 (USA)
M Drew Yates, 25 (USA)
F Christian Ramirez, 22 (USA)
*MLS playing experience.


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