CHAD WINGER - Monday, September 3, 2007
Dempsey will bring two Fulham goals
US Soccer has announced Bob Bradley's roster for the United States' upcoming battle with Brazil at Soldier Field.
Though the roster retains core players from Europe, including Tim Howard of Everton and Carlos Bocanegra Clint Dempsey from Fulham, Bradley has included two surprises, the most glaring being Kansas City Wizard forward Davy Arnaud.
Under-20 keeper Chris Seitz has made the move up to the senior team for the frst time, while Frank Simek and Eddie Johnson return after having missed out on the trip to Sweden last month.
Hansa Rostock left back Heath Pearce making the roster instead of Jonathan Bornstein is the final change of note.
Los Angeles Galaxy attacker Landon Donovan will be in action and a single strike from the 25-year old will see him surpass Eric Wynalda as the all-time leader in goals scored for the United States.
Howard, Tim Everton (England)
Seitz, Chris Salt Lake (MLS)
Bocanegra, Carlos Fulham (England)
Cherundolo, Steve Hannover 96 (Germany)
DeMerit, Jay Watford (England)
Onyewu, Oguchi Standard Liege (Belgium)
Pearce, Heath Hansa Rostock (Germany)
Simek, Frank Sheffield Wednesday (England)
Spector, Jonathan West Ham United (England)
Beasley, DaMarcus Rangers (Scotland)
Bradley, Michael Heerenveen (Holland)
Convey, Bobby Reading (England)
Dempsey, Clint Fulham (England)
Feilhaber, Benny Derby County (England)
Mastroeni, Pablo Colorado Rapids (MLS)
Arnaud, Davy Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Donovan, Landon Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS)
Johnson, Eddie Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Wolff, Josh 1860 Munich (Germany)