BRADLEY REVEALS GOLD CUP ROSTER
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Thursday, May 24, 2007
US coach Bob Bradley has called 11 European-based Yanks into the 23-man CONCACAF Gold Cup squad that will gather at the Home Depot Center on Sunday.

Michael Bradley, Jay DeMerit, Benny Feilhaber and Frank Simek were summoned for the second consecutive time and will hope to take part in their first continental championship.

The New England Revs are the most represented club with three selections, including Steve Ralston, who has not appeared for the USMNT since April of 2006.

Also returning for the first time in over a year is Columbus defender Frankie Hejduk, who helped the 'Nats claim the 2005 Gold Cup crown.

The team also sends defender Michael Parkhurst, a dual citizen who has drawn interest from Republic of Ireland boss Steve Staunton.

The camp squad will first prepare for a June 2nd friendly with China in San Jose, with their Gold Cup opener against Guatemala set for the HDC five days later.

USMNT Gold Cup roster

Goalkeepers

Guzan, Brad Chivas USA (USA)
Howard, Tim Everton (England)
Keller, Kasey Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany)

Defenders

Bocanegra, Carlos Fulham (England)
Bornstein, Jonathan Chivas USA (USA)
DeMerit, Jay Watford (England)
Hejduk, Frankie Columbus Crew (USA)
Onyewu, Oguchi Standard Liège (Belgium)
Parkhurst, Michael New England Revolution (USA)
Simek, Frank Sheffield Wednesday (England)
Spector, Jonathan West Ham United (England)

Midfielders

Beasley, DaMarcus Manchester City (England)
Bradley, Michael SC Heerenveen (Holland)
Clark, Ricardo Houston Dynamo (USA)
Dempsey, Clint Fulham (England)
Donovan, Landon Los Angeles Galaxy (USA)
Feilhaber, Benny Hamburg SV (Germany)
Mapp, Justin Chicago Fire (USA)
Mastroeni, Pablo Colorado Rapids (USA)
Ralston, Steve New England Revolution (USA)

Forwards

Ching, Brian Houston Dynamo (USA)
Johnson, Eddie Kansas City Wizards (USA)
Twellman, Taylor New England Revolution (USA)
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