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id2 National Selection International Tour roster
January 29th, 2013 2:55PM
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[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] U.S. Club Soccer unveiled its roster of 18 players born in 1999 for its 2013 id2 National Selection International Tour of Spain Feb. 28-March 11. Seventeen clubs and 11 states are represented on the team.

While in Madrid and Barcelona, the id2 National Selection coached by Jerry McKeown will play matches against youth academy programs from some of the world’s most well-known professional clubs.

The 2012 edition of the tour included competitive matches against academy teams from FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid
 
id2 National Selection International Tour Roster:
 4 D Tyler Adams Wappingers Falls, N.Y. New York Red Bulls
15 D Andrew Aprahamian Exton, Pa. Penn Fusion
1 GK Carlos Avilez Dallas, Texas FC Dallas
8 M Omar Beltran Garland, Texas Dallas Texans
14 M Josh Burnett Glen Ridge, N.J. PDA
18 M Jose Carranza Manassas, Va. D.C. United
9 F Lucas del Rosario Durham, N.C. CASL
5 D Mckay Eves Las Vegas, Nev. Heat FC
7 F Jonathan Gonzalez Santa Rosa, Calif. Atletico Santa Rosa
2 D Kyle Gruno Upper Saddle River, N.J. PDA
3 F/D Edwin Lara San Leandro, Calif. Pumas
17 D Anthony Markanich Bourbonnais, Ill. Chicago Fire Academy
20 GK Trey Muse Louisville, Ky. Rovers Youth Academy
12 M Will Rojas New Brunswick, N.J. Match Fit Chelsea
6 D Cody Sundquist Lincoln, Calif. Placer United
10 M Nick Taitague Midlothian, Va. FC Richmond
11 F Adolfo Trujillo Livermore, Calif. Ballistic United SC
16 D Samuel Vines Colorado Springs, Colo. Pride SC



2 comments
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: February 6, 2013 at 10:23 a.m.
    4 from California, 4 from New York / New Jersey. East Coast = 8. Midwest=1. McKeown runs PDA who is only club to have 2 players in this roster. Coaches are either from California or East Coast. 1/2 the roster from these 2 sections. Coincidence ??
  1. Aresenal Fan
    commented on: March 19, 2013 at 4:58 p.m.
    California should have more players included, at this age group they dominate soccer tournaments anywhere. If you break down numbers, lets just say rankings by got soccer, they have about 40% of the teams on top 100, top50, top25, and top10. With the amount of talent out here, they should of took at least 8 players. Luis, the numbers might not do justice to other states, but it also leaves many california kids out of it.

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