June 1, 2010

2010 FIFA World Cup: United States- 23-man roster.

Filed under: FIFA World Cup, 2010,USA-national soccer team — admin @ 4:30 pm


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This starts my series of 2010 FIFA World Cup maps.
The aim on this map is to show, on the map itself, the location of where each player grew up (as opposed to where the player was born...although I also list that on the chart section at the left of the main map).
To the left of the map is the final 23-man roster of the USA national soccer team. Each player's birth place and birth date are listed. If the player grew up, and/or attended high school in a different location, that information is listed next.
After that is a list of clubs that each player has played for, starting with the youth clubs (the larger ones, anyway) that each player was involved with. Then all pro clubs the player played for are listed chronologically left to right, with loan out periods noted by an asterisk (*). Then in larger type, the current pro club of each player is listed, along with the club logo. Finally, each player's international appearances (aka caps), and international goals are listed.
At the lower left are photos of projected starters and key subs, in the gear of their current professioinal club.
The IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Florida is US Soccer's full-time residency program for the United State's U-16 and U-17 men's national teams, and has produced 7 players who are members of the 2010 USA World Cup squad. Those players are Oguchi Oneywu, Jonathan Spector, Landon Donovan, DaMarcus Beasley, Michael Bradley, Jonathan Bornstein and Jozy Altidore.
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at, USA men's national soccer team

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