BRADLEY INVITES 29 TO FIRST CAMP
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Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Interim US boss Bob Bradley has selected 29 players for his first camp in charge, with the predominantly domestic-based roster set to gather in Carson, California on January 4th.

The squad, announced by US Soccer on Tuesday, will prepare for a January 20th friendly with Denmark at the Home Depot Center.

FC Nordsjælland left back Heath Pearce was the only player currently working in Europe listed, while 10 MLS aces will be in search of their first cap, including Chivas USA wing sensation Jonathan Bornstein, FC Dallas forward Kenny Cooper and Houston backline marshal Eddie Robinson.

Supporter's Shield winners DC United lead the way with six players chosen, followed by MLS Cup runners up New England with five and Los Angeles with four.

USMNT January Camp Roster

Goalkeepers

Cannon, Joe Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Guzan, Brad Chivas USA (MLS)
Perkins, Troy DC United (MLS)
Reis, Matt New England Revolution (MLS)

Defenders

Albright, Chris Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Boswell, Bobby DC United (USA)
Bornstein, Jonathan Chivas USA (USA)
Conrad, Jimmy Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Namoff, Bryan DC United (USA)
Parkhurst, Michael New England Revolution (USA)
Pearce, Heath FC Nordsjælland (Denmark)
Robinson, Dasan Chicago Fire (USA)
Robinson, Eddie Houston Dynamo (USA)

Midfielders

Beckerman, Kyle Colorado Rapids (MLS)
Carroll, Brian DC United (MLS)
Clark, Ricardo Houston (MLS)
Dempsey, Clint New England Revolution (MLS)
Donovan, Landon Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Josh Gros DC United (USA)
Kljestan, Sacha Chivas USA (USA)
Mapp, Justin Chicago Fire (MLS)
Mastroeni, Pablo Colorado Rapids (MLS)
Mullan, Brian Houston Dynamo (USA)
Noonan, Pat New England Revolution (MLS)

Forwards

Cooper, Kenny FC Dallas (USA)
Eskandarian, Alecko DC United (USA)
Jaqua, Nate Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Rolfe, Chris Chicago Fire (MLS)
Twellman, Taylor New England Revolution (MLS)
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