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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Friday, January 24, 2014
As the United States national team January Camp is set to return to California after a trip to Brazil, head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has made several roster changes.

Chris Klute, Shane O'Neill, Chance Meyers, Seth Sinovic, and Tally Hall were released from the roster and veteran right back Michael Parkhurst has been added. Parkhurst recently returned to MLS this month after five years in Europe where he played for Nordsjaelland and Augsburg.

The U.S national team will play its first game of 2014 on February 1st when it will host South Korea at the Home Depot Center. The next game will be in March when it will travel to face Ukraine.
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