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Five players that made a mark for the U17s

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson
Published: November 12, 2013

Over the course of the past few days, TopDrawerSoccer.com has written about the grand picture of the U.S. youth national team structure following the disappointing penalty kick defeat to Mexico at the 2013 U17 CONCACAF Championship.

We’ve discussed three takeaways from that result and the grand picture for the Federation given the recent failures at the youth level.

This piece is a look at the individual performances from the U17 Women’s National Team in Jamaica, as the U.S. still did exceptionally well in the five games and had plenty to be proud of when the final whistle blew on Sunday in the third place game against the host nation.

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