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YOUTH: U-17s off to Uruguay and Argentina for 30 days
September 29th, 2006 5:10PM
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The U.S. U-17 boys national team will train in Uruguay and Argentina for the entire month of October. The U-17s will begin their month-long tour by spending five days in Montevideo, Uruguay, before traveling to Argentina, where they will split time training in Buenos Aires, San Luis and Rosario.

U-17 coach John Hackworth named a 24-player roster to travel to South America, while the remaining 16 resident players will remain in Bradenton, Fla., to continue to train and play games. HackworthÆs four assistant coaches û Raul Diaz Arce, Keith Fulk, Brian Maisenneuve and Tim Mulqueen û will split time between South America and Bradenton.
During the 30-day tour, the U-17s are scheduled to play nine matches. The USA will play five Argentina club youth teams and four international matches, two of which will be played as part the Four Nations Tournament in San Luis.

U.S. Under-17 Schedule
Oct. 5               Uruguay
Oct. 9              Boca Juniors
Oct. 11             Argentina
Oct. 14             Arsenal or San Lorenzo
Oct. 16             River Plate
Oct. 19             TBD
Oct. 23             Rosario Central
Oct. 24             Newell's Old Boys
Oct. 28             Renato Cesarini

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