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MLS will send 10 U.S. players to the World Cup
May 22nd, 2014 6:56PM

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[MAKING A LIST] Barring any last-minute changes, the USA's World Cup roster will consist of 10 MLS players and 13 players based abroad. The 10 MLS players are less than the 12-13 expected to make the team as defenders Clarence Goodson, Michael Parkhurst and Brad Evans, all considered likely picks just a couple of months ago, joined Landon Donovan and Maurice Edu as the five MLS cuts on Thursday.

World Cup 2014 (10):
Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)
Matt Besler (Sporting KC)
Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy)
DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle Sounders)
Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake)
Michael Bradley (Toronto FC)
Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo)
Graham Zusi (Sporting KC)
Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders)
Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes)

World Cup 2010 (4):
Landon Donovan,  LA Galaxy
Edson Buddle, LA Galaxy
Jonathan Bornstein, Chivas USA
Robbie Findley, Real Salt Lake

World Cup 2006 (11):
Chris Albright,  LA Galaxy
Pablo Mastroeni,  Colorado Rapids
John O'Brien,  Chivas USA
Clint Dempsey,  New England Revolution
Eddie Johnson,  Kansas City Wizards
Brian Ching,  Houston Dynamo
Jimmy Conrad,  Kansas City Wizards
Ben Olsen,  D.C. United
Josh Wolff,  Kansas City Wizards
Landon Donovan,  LA Galaxy
Eddie Pope,  Real Salt Lake

World Cup 2002 (11):
Pablo Mastroeni, Colorado Rapids
Clint Mathis, MetroStars
Jeff Agoos, San Jose Earthquakes
Cobi Jones, LA Galaxy
Josh Wolff, Chicago Fire
Carlos Llamosa, New England Revolution
DaMarcus Beasley, Chicago Fire
Tony Meola, Kansas City Wizards
Brian McBride, Columbus Crew
Landon Donovan, San Jose Earthquakes
Eddie Pope, D.C. United

World Cup 1998 (16):
Frankie Hejduk, Tampa Bay Mutiny
Eddie Pope, D.C. United
Mike Burns, New England Revolution
Thomas Dooley, Columbus Crew
Roy Wegerle, Tampa Bay Mutiny
Joe-Max Moore, New England Revolution
Tab Ramos, MetroStars
Eric Wynalda, San Jose Clash
Jeff Agoos, D.C. United
Cobi Jones, Los Angeles Galaxy
Preki, Kansas City Wizards
Juergen Sommer, Columbus Crew
Marcelo Balboa, Colorado Rapids
Brian Maisonneuve, Columbus Crew
 Brian McBride, Columbus Crew
Alexi Lalas, MetroStars


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