Christopher Sullivan's son called into camp

[U.S. UNDER-15 BOYS NATIONAL TEAM] The U.S. U-15 boys national team coach Jim Barlow brought in 36 players for training in Bradenton, Fla. All but one of the 36 players were born in 1995 (the lone exception is Emerson Hyndman, the grandson of FC Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman who was born in 1996). Among the players called into the camp was Michael Sullivan, the son of former U.S. World Cup player and Fox Soccer Channel commentator Christopher Sullivan.

U.S. U-15 Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Arthur Eggers (CESA), Ethan Horvath (Real Colorado), Zachary Steffen (FC Delco)
DEFENDERS (9): Feliciano Charles (CD Chivas), Dylan Greenberg (Albertson SC), Trevor Haberkorn (Solar SC), Matthew Habrowski (Derby County Wolves), Edvin Ibrahimovich (Rockford Raptors), Dakotah Millard (South Carolina United), Christian Sady (New England Revolution), Jacob Smith (Concorde Fire), Manuel Villegas (Merced Atlas)
MIDFIELDERS (19): Osvaldo Chavez (Mexicas FC), Christian DeLuna (Mustang SC), Marco Delgado (LAFC Chelsea), Nicholas Gaitan (Albertson SC), Emerson Hyndman (FC Dallas), Anthony Jeffries (Chicago Fire), Shane Kronick (NY Red Bulls), Ismael Longo (Weston FC), Emilio Lopez (Madison FC), Antonio Murillo (Brazil FC), Jose Navarro (Banata SC), Misael Osorio (Arsenal SC), Miguel Polley (Derby County Wolves), Christian Rodriguez (LMVS Hawks), Michael Sullivan (De Anza Force), John Toher (NY Red Bulls), Patrick Tshiani (Bethesda SC), Travis Wannemuehler (Evansville SC), Henry Wingo (Crossfire Premier SC)
FORWARDS: Pablo Aguilar (IMG Academy) Paul Arriola (Chula Vista Rangers), Lynden Gooch (Santa Cruz Breakers), Ben Spencer (New Mexico Rush), Antonio Velasquez (Neusport)

1 comment about "Christopher Sullivan's son called into camp".
  1. Jeanne Deprau, March 17, 2010 at 10:59 a.m.

    I find it very disappointing that two of the thirty-six players called in to this camp, were most likely called in because of there next of kin. I do hope that they can compete, because it is very sad for those boys who can play and can compete and do deserve to be raised to the next level. I also read somewhere that one of the boys isn't even a US citizen.

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