Defender Auston Trusty added to USA roster for FIFA U-20 World Cup
CHICAGO (Via U.S .Soccer) – U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team head coach Tab Ramos has added Philadelphia Union defender Auston Trusty to the U.S. roster ahead of the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup, which kicks off in Korea Republic on Saturday. The Philadelphia Union defender has been with the team as an alternate in case of injury since the USA departed for training camp in Japan on May 10.
Additionally, defender Marlon Fossey has been released back to his club. Fossey came into training camp carrying a groin injury but held hopes of healing enough to play in the tournament.
With the changes, the U-20 MNT roster remains at 21 players. The team arrived in Incheon, Korea Republic late Wednesday night ahead of its opening match against Ecuador on May 22 at Incheon Stadium (4 a.m. ET; FS1).
U.S. U-20 MNT 2017 World Cup Roster by Position
GOALKEEPERS (3): Jonathan Klinsmann (University of California; Newport Beach, Calif.), J.T. Marcinkowski (Georgetown; Alamo, Calif.), Brady Scott (De Anza Force; Petaluma, Calif.)
DEFENDERS (7): Danny Acosta (Real Salt Lake; Salt Lake City, Utah), Cameron Carter-Vickers (Tottenham Hotspur FC; Westcliff-on-Sea, England), Justen Glad (Real Salt Lake; Tucson, Ariz.), Aaron Herrera (University of New Mexico; Las Cruces, N.M.), Erik Palmer-Brown (Sporting Kansas City; Lee’s Summit, Mo.), Tommy Redding (Orlando City SC; Oviedo, Fla.), Auston Trusty (Philadelphia Union; Media, Pa.)
MIDFIELDERS (5): Tyler Adams (New York Red Bulls; Wappingers Falls, N.Y.), Luca De La Torre (Fulham FC; San Diego, Calif.), Derrick Jones (Philadelphia Union; Philadelphia, Pa.), Eryk Williamson (University of Maryland; Alexandria, Va.), Gedion Zelalem (Arsenal FC; Bethesda, Md.)
FORWARDS (6): Jeremy Ebobisse (Portland Timbers; Bethesda, Md.), Lagos Kunga (Atlanta United FC Academy; Tucker, Ga.) Brooks Lennon (Real Salt Lake; Paradise Valley, Ariz.), Emmanuel Sabbi (Unattached; Columbus, Ohio), Josh Sargent (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri; O’Fallon, Mo.), Sebastian Saucedo (Real Salt Lake; Park City, Utah)