CABRERA NAMES QUALIFYING ROSTER
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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Friday, February 11, 2011
Today, US U-17 head coach Wilmer Cabrera announced his 20 player roster for the 2011 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying that will take place next week in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

The US will open against Cuba on Monday and then will play Panama on February 18th. The top two team from every group will advance to a quarterfinal game that will be a single elimination game to this summer's World Cup in Mexico as all four semifinal teams advance.

The United States will be looking to continue their run as being the only team to have qualified for every U-17 World Cup in its history.

GOALKEEPERS

McIntosh, Kendall (Mustang Academy)
Piña, Fernando (Houston Dynamo)

DEFENDERS

Acosta, Kellyn (FC Dallas)
Amon, Joe (South Carolina United)
Carroll, Zach (Vardar)
Fehr, Mobi (Tokyo Verdy 1969)
Smith, Nathan (Cal Odyssey)
Souders, Andrew (Crew Soccer Academy)

MIDFIELDERS

Jordan Allen (Empire United)
Dunn, Mattt (FC Köln)
Guido, Alejandro (Aztecs Premier)
Pelosi, Marc (De Anza Force)
Rodriguez, Esteban (Cosmos Academy West)
Salkicic, Tarik (Strictly Soccer)
Serna, Dillon (Colorado Rapids Academy)

FORWARDS

Arriola, Paul (Arsenal FC)
Koroma, Alfred (Solar Chelsea SC)
McBean, Jack (LA Galaxy)
Oliver, Andrew (Westside United)
Rodriguez, Mario (Central Aztecs)
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