On Thursday the U.S. national team released details of their 22-man squad to play in a friendly against the Czech Republic next month.
Jurgen Klinsmann has gone with a largely European based squad for the Sept. 3 friendly, with goalkeeper Nick Rimando the only Major League Soccer player named in the squad.
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A few surprises have cropped up in the first squad since the 2014 World Cup, as college soccer player Jordan Morris, a sophomore from Stanford, has been included by Klinsmann, as well as Fulham youngster Emerson Hyndman…click here for more
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