U21 MNT begins two-year goal of Olympics

U21 MNT begins two-year goal of Olympics
by J.R. Eskilson
April 25, 2014


The U.S. U21 Men’s National Team camp concluded on Thursday after a brief get together for the group in Southern California as the initial plans are in put in place for the 2016 Olympic squad.

The camp only featured a couple of training days and a scrimmage against Club Tijuana, but it still left ample opportunity for the players to return to familiar roles and vie for the eyes of full team coaches Jurgen Klinsmann and Tab Ramos.

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“I love being in with the team,” U21 MNT goalkeeper Kendall McIntosh told TopDrawerSoccer.com. “I love the staff, love the coaches, and love the players. It’s always an awesome experience and I love being included.”

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