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ARGENTINA: Bielsa brings 20 players on Honduras and U.S. tour
January 29th, 2003 2:06PM



Argentina national team coach Marcelo Bielsa is bringing 20 players on his team's thre game tour of Honduras and the United States: Jan. 31 vs. Honduras in Tegucigalpa, Mexico Feb. 4 in Los Angeles and the U.S. Feb. 8 in Miami (TV: ESPN2, live, 11:55 a.m. ET).

Missing are Argentina's European-based stars, but the squad is loaded with young players from the team that won the 2001 World Youth Championship.

Goalkeepers: Sebastian Saja (San Lorenzo), Wilfredo Caballero (Boca Juniors).

Defenders (5): Nicolas Burdisso (Boca Juniors), Clemente Rodriguez (Boca Juniors), Gonzalo Rodriguez (San Lorenzo), Ariel Garce (River Plate), Gabriel Milito (Independiente).

Midfielders: Sebastian Battaglia (Boca Juniors), Leandro Romagnoli (San Lorenzo), Andres D'Alessandro (River Plate), Luis Gonzalez (River Plate), Leandro Ponzio (Newell's Old Boys), Mariano Gonzalez (Racing Club), Lucas Pusineri (Independiente), Pablo Guinazu (Independiente), Federico Insua (Independiente), Javier Mascherano (River Plate).

Forwards: Cesar Carignano (Colon), Diego Milito (Racing Club), Emanuel Rivas (Independiente).

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