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June 07, 2010
As soccer gets serious in the States, scrutiny has intensified and expectations have soared. Meet the men of Team USA, who'll take on the world in South Africa
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June 07, 2010

All Americans

As soccer gets serious in the States, scrutiny has intensified and expectations have soared. Meet the men of Team USA, who'll take on the world in South Africa

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A spirited box-to-box player who can fill in at center back in a pinch, Edu distributes adequately and knows big-game pressure, having taken part in Glasgow's famed Old Firm for Rangers against Celtic. Off the field he's begun dabbling in music as a producer in Scotland.

Twitter@MauriceEdu

JONATHAN BORNSTEIN

DEFENDER

Age: 25

Caps: 31

A hero in Honduras after his last-second goal against Costa Rica sent the Catrachos to South Africa, Bornstein would settle for a gaffe-free World Cup at left back, the weakest U.S. position. The converted forward can get caught out of position but has speed and ball skills.

Twitter@JonnyB_13

LANDON DONOVAN

MIDFIELDER

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