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Q&A with the SA Editors: Nov. 29, 1999
November 29th, 1999 12AM
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Godfrey Pereira Blacksburg, Va. Do you know if the roster for the Project-40 tour of Europe has been released yet? Mike Woitalla: Godfrey, 18 Pro-40 players and two guest players are on a five-game tour of Portuguese First Division reserve teams under the direction of Tampa Bay Mutiny coach Tim Hankinson and Chicago Fire assistant coach Denis Hamlett Nov. 28 through Dec. 17. Many of these players are vying for a spot on the 2000 Olympic team, which competes in a U-23 tournament, with each team being allowed three overage players. Here's the roster for the tour: Ubusuku Abukusumo (Columbus) Jamar Beasley (New England) Scott Bower (San Jose) Jose Botello (Los Angeles) Judah Cooks (D.C. United) Nino DaSilva (MetroStars) Sergi Daniv (Dallas) Brian Dunseth (New England) Francisco Gomez (Kansas City) Michael Green (Kansas City) Dema Kovalenko (Chicago) Matt Nyman (Tampa Bay) Antonio Otero (D.C. United) Marvin Quijano (Los Angeles) Eric Quill (Tampa Bay Mutiny) Maurizio Rocha (Miami) Esmundo Rodriguez (San Jose) Tim Sahaydak (Miami) Scott Vallow (Dallas) Evan Whitfield (Chicago) (If you have a question for a Soccer America Magazine editor, click "Q&A with SA Editors" in the left column of the home page under "Interactive.")

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