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The US men’s national team have called in 24 players for two Concacaf Nations League games at the end of March – the program’s first camp with a full complement of players available (official FIFA international window) since the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.


  • Ethan Horvath - Luton Town
  • Zack Steffen - Middlesbrough
  • Matt Turner - Arsenal


  • Sergiño Dest - AC Milan
  • Mark McKenzie - Genk
  • Tim Ream - Fulham
  • Bryan Reynolds - Westerlo
  • Antonee Robinson - Fulham
  • Miles Robinson - Atlanta United
  • Joe Scally - Borussia Mönchengladbach
  • Auston Trusty - Birmingham City


  • Brenden Aaronson - Leeds United
  • Johnny Cardoso - Internacional
  • Luca de la Torre - Celta Vigo
  • Weston McKennie - Leeds United
  • Yunus Musah - Valencia
  • Alan Soñora - Juárez


  • Taylor Booth - Utrecht
  • Daryl Dike - West Bromwich Albion
  • Ricardo Pepi - Groningen
  • Christian Pulisic - Chelsea
  • Gio Reyna - Borussia Dortmund
  • Tim Weah - Lille
  • Alex Zendejas - Club América

Concacaf Nations League games

Hudson said he only called Miles Robinson in from the MLS as other MLS players will have to miss League games in the June / July window.  Tyler Adams was left off due to a hammy injury.

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28 minutes ago, willie said:

Why was Sargent not called?

He did miss a couple of games recently due to injury, but he did play in the latest Norwich City FC game.  Maybe he’s not 100%?  The Concacaf games are coming up this month, he needs to be 100% now to contribute. That’s just speculation on my part. Article was Feb 20th:

Norwich City has two important English Football League Championship home matches over the next five days but American striker Josh Sargent won’t be available for either of them. 

Canaries manager David Wagner confirmed Monday that Sargent will be sidelined to an ankle injury, which occurred in Saturday’s goal-less draw with Wigan Athletic. The U.S. men’s national team striker recently scored his 11th league goal of the season last week, but will miss Tuesday’s match vs. Birmingham City and Saturday’s match vs. Cardiff City due to his recent injury.

“Josh has an ankle injury, so unfortunately he will be out of tomorrow’s game, and then the game at the weekend,” Wagner said in his pre-match press conference.

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Interesting comments from Pulisic on the Reyna - Berhalter drama.


"Everything that happened with Gregg, first of all, has been handled in an extremely childish manner. I think we've seen what's been going on. I think it's childish, it's youth soccer, people complaining about playing time. I don't want to go too far into that, but I think Gregg has been extremely unfortunate to get into the position he is in now."

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2 hours ago, HoosierPal said:

OT on the OT, but is Kroenke too small?  He could lose the WC final if he can't enlarge.


Kroenke spent all that money to be able to host world class events like this when they come up, yet didn’t bother to make sure what was designed could accommodate them?


Sounds on brand for Kroenke, actually;

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