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Poll Time: Who from January’s camp do you want to see in Egypt?
   January 28, 2011 (7:56 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

You are Bob Bradley.  You are slaving away in your office watching video in your sweatpants.  You start to put together your roster for the friendly against Egypt when you are told you are allowed to take only one guy from last month’s camp in California.  Who do you select and why?


Let us know who you selected in the comments.

 
Categories: Alejandro Bedoya, Juan Agudelo, Mix Diskerud, Omar Gonzalez, Teal Bunbury, Tim Ream, US Men's National Team
 

4 Responses to “Poll Time: Who from January’s camp do you want to see in Egypt?”

  1. Chas says:

    I’d like to see Agudelo be called up for the game against Egypt. First, there are just not many quality forwards who are doing very well right now. There is Dempsey, who Bradley might play as a flanking mid. And there’s Buddle, who looks like he is going to have a strong season at Ingolstadt. Altidore has just not been playing much lately, and in my opinion hasn’t done enough to cement his spt on the USMNT. Forward is arguably the most important position on any international team. Time to start anew.

  2. Ufficio says:

    I voted for Ream. The back line seems to be in a shambles right now, and it’s more important to have that in place than it is to find the next forward. We need to continue to acclimate Ream to the international game.

  3. tom says:

    Give me some more Mix!

  4. Howie says:

    I’d take Bunbury or Agudelo (I think Bunbury is slightly ahead of Agudelo due to his more extensive MLS experience). The US can still lean on some combination of Dolo-Boca-Gooch/Goodson-Bornstein for the Gold Cup. I don’t think the said can really be said for the forward situation.

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