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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Tuesday, March 13, 2012
US Under-23 head coach Caleb Porter today announced that Estoril forward Tony Taylor has been added to the roster for the upcoming Olympic qualifying.

Yesterday Porter announced 19 players that would make up the 20 man roster. The addition of Taylor now completes the team.

Taylor, 22, is a veteran of US Soccer youth teams after participating in the 2009 US U-20 World Cup team.

Taylor, who played his NCAA soccer at Jacksonville, is currently with Estoril who are in first place of Portugal's second division, the Liga de Honra.

For the first half of the season he was with fellow Liga de Honra club Athletico. Between both clubs this season he has three goals in 13 games.
2tone
Tuesday March 13, 2012 9:37 pm
Saw this coming. Morales is to vital for Hertha Berlin down the back stretch of the season where Hertha is in a relegation battle. Same with Andrew Wooten as well. Wooten is too valuable for Kaiserslautern at the moment for them to release him for the Qualifying tournament. I expect both of these guys to be in the mix for the final Olympic team though.
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First off, I must admit, this is as much a plausible wish-list as it is an attempt to decipher Klinsmann's plan.
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