US World Cup Roster Announced

US World Cup Roster Announced

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On May 26, 2010
  • 5 Comments
  • 2010 World Cup, World Cup 2010

Let the debate begin. Below is the roster for the U.S. Men’s National team as they go to South Africa to compete in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Goalkeepers– Tim Howard, Marcus Hahnemann, Brad Guzan

Defenders– Carlos Bocanegra, Oguchi Onyewu, Jay DeMerit, Steve Cherundolo, Jonathan Spector, Clarence Goodson, Jonathan Bornstein

Midfielders– Landon Donovan, Clint Dempsey,┬áMichael Bradley, Stuart Holden, Maurice Edu, Ricardo Clark, DaMarcus Beasley, Benny Feilhaber, Jose Francisco Torres

Forwards– Jozy Altidore, Herculez Gomez, Edson Buddle, Robbie Findley

Biggest shockers have to be no Brian Ching and the inclusion of Findley. Most (including myself) wrote Findley off after last night.

I may discuss this further later but feel free to talk about it now. Surprised by seeing Findley? Upset that Bob Bradley continues to stick with Bornstein?

  • More shocked that Bradley continues to play the defensive liability that is Bornstein. Is he better than Pearce? I don't think so, but he is good for giving up stupid fouls in our end of the pitch. Guaranteed to make you pull your hair out and throw things at your TV.

  • reddevilyank

    I told you that Beasley will make the team.

  • I'm expecting big things from the US at the World Cup, they may just catch England cold, if they make the last 16 than who knows?!

  • MountainRover

    Not a big Bornstein fan but I personally think he's significantly better than Pearce. As the seventh defender out of seven, I don't think that Bornstein will see any, let alone any significant, playing time unless we're decimated by injuries, in which case we're screwed anyway.

  • MountainRover

    Not a big Bornstein fan but I personally think he's significantly better than Pearce. As the seventh defender out of seven, I don't think that Bornstein will see any, let alone any significant, playing time unless we're decimated by injuries, in which case we're screwed anyway.