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Bob Bradley Names 20-Person Roster For Feb. 24 Match Against El Salvador

  • Twenty Players Will Travel from Carson, Calif. to Tampa, Fla. For Feb. 24 Game with El Salvador
  • Kickoff for Match Set for 7 p.m. ET, with live Coverage on ESPN Classic and Galavision

CHICAGO (Feb. 20, 2010) — U.S. Men's National Team head coach Bob Bradley has named a roster of 20 players to travel to Tampa, Fla. for the Feb. 24 match against El Salvador at Raymond James Stadium. The U.S. team is concluding a ten-day camp at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. and will travel to Florida on Sunday in preparation for the game.

The match against El Salvador, the USA's second game of 2010, can be seen live on ESPN Classic and Galavision. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET. Fans can also follow along at ussoccer.com's MatchTracker and at twitter.com/ussoccer.

The U.S. Men's National Team has been drawn into Group C with England, Slovenia and Algeria for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The U.S. will open its sixth consecutive World Cup finals tournament against England on June 12 in Rustenburg, and will follow that game with matches against Slovenia on June 18 in Johannesburg and Algeria on June 23 in Tshwane/Pretoria.

U.S. ROSTER BY POSITION Click Here For Detailed Roster 
GOALKEEPERS (2): Troy Perkins (D.C. United), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake)
DEFENDERS (5): Jonathan Bornstein (Chivas USA), Clarence Goodson (IK Start), Chad Marshall (Columbus Crew), Heath Pearce (FC Dallas), Marvell Wynne (Toronto FC)
MIDFIELDERS (9): Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake), Geoff Cameron (Houston Dynamo), Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo), Brad Evans (Seattle Sounders), Eddie Gaven (Columbus Crew), Sacha Kljestan (Chivas USA), Dax McCarty (FC Dallas), Chris Pontius (D.C. United), Robbie Rogers (Columbus Crew)
FORWARDS (4): Conor Casey (Colorado Rapids), Brian Ching (Houston Dynamo), Jeff Cunningham (FC Dallas), Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake)

U.S. Falls 3-1 To Honduras In Opening Match of 2010

  • U.S. Goes Down To 10 Men Only 17 Minutes Into Match 
  • Goodson Nets Second Career Goal and Second Against Honduras 
  • U.S. To Continue World Cup Preparations Against El Salvador on February 24 in Tampa

CARSON, Calif. (Jan. 23, 2010) – The U.S. Men’s National Team fell 3-1 to fellow 2010 FIFA World Cup finalists Honduras in its opening match of 2010 after playing down a man for more than 70 minutes at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.

Clarence Goodson’s second half goal was not enough to overturn the deficit in front of an enthusiastic crowd of 18,626 fans. The loss ends an eight-game winning streak for the U.S. against Honduras, including four straight victories in 2009, highlighted in October by a 3-2 U.S. win in Honduras that clinched a World Cup berth for the United States.

"The starting point for the game in January is always assessing players," said U.S. head coach Bob Bradley, who concluded a three-week camp with a largely inexperienced group of national team players, including 23 players with less than 10 caps. "Seeing them in a good game, a tough game, gives you the opportunity to find out what guys are all about. It gives you an indication as to where they might fit in as you move things forward. So we take a lot from it.”

The first half opened with some probing attacks by both teams, but neither squad was able to gain possession in the final third. The U.S. was thrust into difficult circumstances after just 17 minutes, when defender Jimmy Conrad was shown a second yellow card for a foul in the box. The ejection was compounded by Honduras’ goal, which Carlos Pavon rammed home from the penalty spot at the second attempt.

"I didn't think we had a good start to the game,” Bradley said. “Maybe some of that was nerves, but the sharpness you want to see at the beginning of games to establish things was not good enough. Obviously, the whole situation where we lose a player on a second yellow card on a play that also gives a [penalty] forces us to chase the game."

Conrad’s early card came back to haunt the U.S. when he was called for pulling down Palacios as the forward ran through the box in the 17th minute. Palacios started the play about 40 yards from goal, looking for a give-and-go to Pavon on his right. Pavon had other ideas and fired a shot over the crossbar, but while running through the box Conrad’s hand grazed the shoulder of Palacios and the Honduran went down easily. Pointing immediately to the spot, Mexican official Benito Archundia then showed a shocked Jimmy Conrad his second yellow of the night before ending the defender’s night with the ensuing red.

Looking to make up for his late penalty miss in Honduras last October, Pavon stepped up and finished cleanly to put Honduras up 1-0. A call from the assistant referee canceled out the goal, but Pavon calmly took the second attempt and placed it inside the left post outside the reach of Perkins to secure the lead in the 19th minute.

Down to 10 men, the U.S. tried to rally, but both forwards again found themselves starved for service. Honduras doubled their lead when Pavon took a pass deep down the right sideline and curled a cross in for Palacios, the striker’s diving header beating Perkins to give Honduras true breathing room.

Despite improved passing in the midfield, the U.S. entered the locker room at the half still looking to get on the scoreboard. U.S. head coach Bob Bradley exchanged defender Clarence Goodson for Cunningham, and the team began the second stanza looking to push to get back in the game.

In the 49th minute, Rogers received a ball from Feilhaber on the left side, and taking the space afforded inside, let fly with a blast from 40 yards that beat Honduran goalkeeper Donis Escober but rattled off the right post. Rogers again threatened one minute later, taking a ball down the middle of the pitch before being brought down from behind by Honduran captain Amado Guevara. The Honduran captain was shown a yellow, and the resulting free kick by Sacha Kljestan went high.

Honduras appeared to finish off the game in the 53rd minute with a six-pass sequence that led to their third goal. Taking a throw-in down the left sideline, Guevara passed it to Palacios, who dropped it back to Roger Espinoza at the top left corner of the box. Espinoza gave a small touch to Guevara, who gave it to Palacios running across the top of the box. With the defense looking to close down the shot, Palacios slipped a through ball in for Espinoza, who remained unmarked and tucked a left-footed shot into the far post side netting.

Bradley made four substitutions at the hour mark, bringing on Conor Casey, Heath Pearce, Alejandro Bedoya and Brad Davis. The appearance was the first for Bedoya, giving the young midfielder his first cap at age 22.

The new entrants began to push the pace of the game. It paid off in the 70th minute, when defender Marvell Wynne earned a corner with a streaking run down the right side. Davis sent a floating cross towards the back left post where Goodson rose above Escober’s gloves to head it home for his second-career goal.

With U.S. fans awakening, the Americans kept up the pressure in an attempt to pull back another. Bedoya’s probing run down the right side in the 80th minute resulted in a curling cross looking for Casey, but a tentative Escober managed to punch it clear.

As stoppage time approached, the U.S. earned some late chances, the most threatening a Brad Davis free kick just outside the top of the box. The well struck blast was smartly pushed over the bar by the goalkeeper. Honduras cleared the ensuing corner, and Archundia blew his whistle for the final time on the night to give the U.S. its first January loss since 1997.

U.S defender Jonathan Bornstein enjoyed a kind welcome from Honduran fans, as his goal against Costa Rica in stoppage time on the final day of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying last year clinched a World Cup berth for the small Central American nation. Honduran and U.S. fans alike can bid on the boots Bornstein was wearing when he scored that historic goal at ussoccer.com, with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to the American Red Cross to help fund relief efforts in Haiti.

The U.S. will continue preparations with a game against El Salvador on February 24 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET, and the match will be broadcast live on ESPN Classic and Galavision. Bradley will conduct a camp at The Home Depot Center two weeks before the match, before traveling to Florida.

U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report

Match: United States vs. Honduras
Date: January 23, 2010
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: The Home Depot Center – Carson, Calif.
Kickoff: 6 p.m. PT
Attendance: 18,626
Weather: Cool, clear – 55 degrees

Scoring Summary: 1    2     F
USA                        0     1    1
HON                       3      0    3

HON – Carlos Pavon (penalty kick)          19th minute
HON – Jerry Palacios (Carlos Pavon)        37
HON – Roger Espinoza (Jerry Palacios)     53
USA – Clarence Goodson (Brad Davis)      70

Lineups:
USA: 1-Troy Perkins; 12-Jonathan Bornstein, 15-Jimmy Conrad (capt.), 8-Chad Marshall (2-Heath Pearce, 61), 4-Marvell Wynne; 14-Robbie Rogers (6-Brad Davis, 61), 5-Benny Feilhaber (10-Dax McCarty, 77) 7-Kyle Beckerman (9-Conor Casey, 60), 16-Sacha Kljestan (20-Alejandro Bedoya, 61); 19-Jeff Cunningham (3-Clarence Goodson, 46), 17-Robbie Findley
Subs not used: 18-Nick Rimando
Head Coach: Bob Bradley

HON: 12-Donis Escober; 5-Erick Norales, 6-Johnny Palacios, 23-Mauricio Sabillon, 17-Roger Espinoza (7-Mariano Acevedo, 90); 19-Danilo Turcios, 20-Amado Guevara (capt.) (13-Melvin Valladares, 56), 21-Emilio Izaguirre, 15-Walter Martinez (14-Oscar Garcia, 68); 9-Carlos Pavon (25-Georgie Welcome, 78), 16-Jerry Palacios (10-Ramon Nunez, 61)
Subs not used: 1-Ricardo Canales, 2-Osman Chavez, 4-Carlos Palacios , 18-Noel Valladares
Head Coach: Reinaldo Ruida

Stats Summary: USA / HON
Shots: 11 / 9
Shots on Goal: 2 / 6
Saves: 3 / 1
Corner Kicks: 6 / 3
Fouls: 14 / 12
Offside: 0 / 2

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Jimmy Conrad (caution)     6th minute
HON – Jerry Palacios (caution)      9
USA – Jimmy Conrad (caution)     17
USA – Jimmy Conrad (sent off)     17
HON – Amado Guevara (caution)   50

Officials:
Referee: Benito Archundia (MEX)
Assistant Referee 1: Marvin Torrentera (MEX)
Assistant Referee 2: Antonio Lopez (MEX)
Fourth Official: Baldomero Toledo (USA)

ussoccer.com Man of the Match: Jonathan Bornstein

 

Marshall Forced to Leave MNT Camp with Injury

CARSON, Calif. (Jan. 10, 2009) - Defender Chad Marshall has been forced to withdraw from the national team camp in order to continue treatment on an injured right knee.

Marshall, who won MLS Cup with the Columbus Crew in 2008, had experienced discomfort prior to the start of training camp in January, and the symptoms have not improved during the first week in Carson.

Marshall will return to Columbus for treatment and further evaluation of his progress. The coaching staff is considering possible replacements.

Marshall returned to the national team fold in 2009, four years after scoring a debut goal in his first cap against Colombia in 2005. An aerial presence who possesses an ability to read the game, Marshall partnered with Clarence Goodson to great success during the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The California native also filled in next to Carlos Bocanegra during the World Cup qualifying-win against El Salvador in Sandy, Utah. On a club level Marshall continued to prosper, capturing his second consecutive MLS Defender of the Year Award while being named to the MLS Best XI in 2009.

• Marshall made his third World Cup qualifying appearance, and first of the 2010 cycle, on Sept. 5, 2009 against El Salvador in Sandy, Utah. With Oguchi Onyewu suspended, Marshall slotted in along team captain Carlos Bocanegra in the center of defense helping the USA to a vital 2-1 victory
• Partnered with Clarence Goodson in the center of defense during the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, making five appearances and being named to the All-Tournament Team as the USA made the final
• Marshall has represented the USA at a variety of levels throughout his career. He started two games at the 2001 U-17 FIFA World Cup, made five appearances during the 2003 U-20 FIFA World Cup, and was also part of U-23 CONCACAF Olympic qualifying in 2004
• A well-decorated MLS veteran who enters his seventh year with the Crew, Marshall is the reigning MLS Defender of the Year and a member of the MLS Best XI, having earned both honors in back to back years
2009: Appeared in six games for Bob Bradley’s team, a career high … Made his first 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying appearance in a 2-1 victory against El Salvador on Sept. 5 in Sandy, Utah … Made five appearances during the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, anchoring a USA team that advanced all the way to the final of the regional championship … Named to the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup All-Tournament team for his efforts in center defense alongside Clarence Goodson, who was also named to the All-Tournament team … 2005: Debuted for the national team in a 3-0 victory against Colombia on March 9 in Fullerton, Calif. … Played 90 minutes and scored his first national team goal in his first cap … Went on to make three more appearances during 2005 … Debuted in World Cup qualifying in a 0-0 draw with Guatemala on Sept. 7, 2005, playing ninety minutes alongside Jimmy Conrad … Featured in World Cup qualifying again on Oct. 12, 2005, alongside Danny Califf in a 2-0 victory against Panama … Under-23s: Made his first U-23 appearance in February, 2004 … Appeared in four CONCACAF Olympic qualifying games … Started three games during the qualifying tournament in Mexico … Under-20s: Made 30 career appearances with the U-20 Men’s National Team … Started all five games during the 2003 FIFA Youth Championship in the UAE … Was the only player to appear in all 19 international matches in 2003 … Under-17s: Made 12 appearances for the U-17s … Started two games during the 2001 FIFA Youth Championship in Trinidad & Tobago … Started all three games at the 2001 CONCACAF Under-17 World Championship Qualifying tournament … Started in four of the USA’s shutouts at the Theesen International Tournament in Germany in June 2001, helping the U.S. to a third-place finish … First Appearance: March 9, 2005 vs. Colombia … First Goal: March 9, 2005 vs. Colombia.
2009: Made 18 appearances in a season curtailed by injuries and U.S. Men’s National Team duty … Helped Columbus to a second consecutive MLS Supporters Shield … Earned his second consecutive MLS Defender of the Year honors and also a second consecutive appearance in the MLS Best XI … Scored four goals to match his career high … 2008: Returned in 2008 to make 29 appearances for a Crew side which won the MLS Supporters Shield and the MLS Cup … Scored a career-high four goals, including the winning goal on a header in the 2008 MLS Cup Final against New York … Earned MLS Defender of the Year honors and was also named to the MLS Best XI ... 2007: Injury-plagued in 2007, he made only 12 appearances as the Crew slumped to sixth place in the Eastern Conference … 2006: Continued to prosper, making 26 appearances and contributing a goal and an assist to the Crew’s season … 2005: Made a career-high 30 appearances, starting every single game … Scored his first goal on July 9, 2005 against San Jose … 2004: Signed with the Columbus Crew after being drafted second overall in the 2004 MLS Draft … Played 28 games as a rookie, showing incredible poise for a young defender.

Son of Duane and Sandra Marshall, has a younger sister named Jacyln … Enjoys working on his house … Rode horses as a child and once had a horse named Frank.

Played two years at Stanford, featuring for the Cardinal during the 2002 and 2003 seasons … Earned Soccer America Freshman of the Year honors after appearing in 21 games as Stanford made the final of the College Cup … In 2003 he was a first-team All-Pac 10 selection and started all 19 games he appeared in … Named Parade Magazine’s Best Defender in 2002 … Dubbed Soccer America’s No. 1 college recruit … Named San Bernardino/Riverside County Player of the Year during his senior season at Rubidoux High School.

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