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Assessing the next crop of USYNT stars

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson
Published: November 14, 2016

While the U.S. U17 Men’s National Team continues to prepare for the upcoming World Cup qualification process in 2017, the next age group in the rotation is already going through national team programming. The U.S. U15 Boys National Team was assembled in Bradenton, Florida from Nov. 5-12 for the final domestic training camp of the year. 

Head coach Dave van den Bergh called in 36 players for the training event in Bradenton, which included games against Development Academy clubs Chargers Soccer Club and Weston FC as well as an intra-squad match. 

The players, born in 2002, are in line to be the core group of the 2019 U17 World Cup campaign for the U.S. side. Van den Bergh’s group in Florida features some promising talent. 

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