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GOLD CUP: Group B pre-tournament update
June 28th, 2003 12:58AM
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Three MLS players -- Andy Williams of Chicago, Craig Ziadie of the MetroStars and Tyrone Marshall of Los Angeles -- are expected to play for the Reggae Boyz.

They were among 12 foreign-based players on Coach Carl Brown's training camp roster.

The Reggae Boyz are scheduled to host Cuba in an international friendly on July 6 in Kingston, before meeting Paraguay three days later.


Goalkeepers: Aaron Lawrence (Reno), Donovan Ricketts (Village United), Shawn Sawyers (Hazard United); Defenders: Claude Davis (Hazard United), Michael Johnson (Birmingham City/ENG), Tyrone Marshall (Los Angeles Galaxy/USA), Marco McDonald (Tivoli Gardens), Gerald Neil (Arnett Gardens), Robert Scarlett (Harbour View), Damion Stewart (Harbour View FC), Craig Ziadie (MetroStars/USA); Midfielders: Cornel Chin-Sue (Arnett Gardens), Omar Daley (Hazard United), Micah Hyde (Watford/ENG), Keith Kelly (Mons/BEL), Richard Langley (Queens Park Rangers/ENG), James Lawrence (Walsall/EN), Theodore Whitmore (Seba United), Andy Williams (Chicago Fire/USA); Forwards: Darren Byfield (Rotherham/ENG), Paul Hall (Rushden & Diamonds/ENG), Kevin Lisbie (Charlton/ENG), Roen Nelson (Hazard United), Fabian Taylor (Harbour View).


Colombia will feature nine players from the Confederations Cup, plus four players each from Independiente Medellin and America Cali. Libertadores Cup conflicts prevented players from these clubs from playing in the Confederations Cup.


Goalkeepers: Farid Mondragon (Galatasaray/TUR), Miguel Calero (Pachuca/MEX), Juan Carlos Henao (Once Caldas). Defenders: Andres Orozco (Racing Club/ARG), Amaranto Perea, Roberto Cortes (Inde. Medellin), Jose Mera (Deportivo Cali), Gerardo Vallejo (Deportivo Cali). Midfielders: Fabian Vargas (America Cali), David Ferreira (America Cali), John Javier Restrepo (Inde. Medellin), Mauricio Molina (Inde. Medellin), David Montoya (Inde. Medellin), Freddy Grisales (Atletico Nacional), Jairo Patino (Deportivo Cali), Giovanni Hernandez (Deportivo Cali), Elkin Murillo (Deportivo Cali). Forwards: Jairo Castillo (America Cali), Julian Vasquez (America Cali), Elson Becerra (Tolima), Eudalio Arriaga (Atletico Junior), Wilson Carpintero (Bucaramanga).


The preliminary squad Guatemala has brought to the United States for pre-Gold Cup warmups includes seven foreign-based players -- four in the United States, two in Mexico and one in Spain.

The American connection includes two MLS players -- 2002 MVP Carlos Ruiz of the Los Angeles Galaxy and Freddy Garcia of the Columbus Crew -- and two players who will be playing NCAA Division I soccer next fall -- Mynor Gonzalez of SMU and Ricardo Arenas of Rutgers.

Goalkeepers: Edgar Estrada, Comunicaciones; Paulo Cesar Motta, Municipal; Ricardo Trigueno Foster, Aurora.

Defenders: Alvaro Jimenez, Comunicaciones; Nestor Martinez, Comunicaciones; Nelson Morales, Coban; Mynor Gonzalez, SMU; Rolando Cedeno, Jaguares Chiapas/MEX.

Midfielders: Martin Machon, Comunicaciones; Mario Rodriguez, Comunicaciones; Fredy Thompson, Comunicaciones; Edgar Valencia, Comunicaciones; Gonzalo Romero, Municipal; Guillermo Ramirez, Jaguares Chiapas/MEX; Hector Aguirre, Aurora; Julio Monterroso, Antigua; Jose Zacarias Antonio, Juventud Retalteca; Edvin Gonzalez, Marquense; Freddy Garcia, Columbus Crew/USA.

Forwards: Dwight Pezzarrossi, Racing de Ferrol/SPA; Carlos Ruiz, Los Angeles Galaxy/USA; Mario Acevedo, Municipal; Juan Carlos Plata, Municipal; Jose Mendoza, Coban; Ricardo Arenas, Rutgers Univ.

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