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Convey, Cronin named to U-20 World Cup all-tournament team
December 22nd, 2003 8:06PM

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U.S. U-20 midfielder Bobby Convey and goalkeeper Steve Cronin were named to the 20-player FIFA World Youth Championship All-Star Team, as selected by the FIFA Technical Study Group.

The Thomas Rongen-coached U.S. U-20s, who became the first U.S. team to finish atop their group at a World Youth Championship, fell in the quarterfinals to Argentina, 2-1, in overtime.

Convey notched two assists and scored two goals.

American Eddie Johnson won the Golden Shoe as leading scorer with four goals. Three were penalty kicks.

World Youth Championship FIFA All-Star Team

GOALKEEPERS:
Steve Cronin Steve (USA)
Sherif Ekramy Sherif (Egypt)

DEFENDERS:
Alcides (Brazil)
Daniel (Brazil)
Leandro Fernandez Leandro (Argentina)
Atiba Hutchinson Atiba (Canada)

MIDFIELDERS:
Carlos Alberto (Brazil)
Bobby Convey Bobby (USA)
Dudu (Brazil)
Gabi (Spain)
Iniesta (Spain)

ATTACKERS:
Daniel Carvalho (Brazil)
Kleber (Brazil)
Ismail Matar (UAE)
Victor Montano (Colombia)
Sergio Garcia (Spain)



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