Thursday, January 24, 2008

Three to Remain in USA Camps

Cronin and Donovan to Train With U.S. Ahead of Match Against Mexico; Mike Randolph Remains With U.S. Under-23’s

Three Galaxy players who have spent a majority of 2008 training with the U.S. National Teams will remain in their respective camps until early next month. Goalkeeper Steve Cronin and forward Landon Donovan will train with the U.S. National Team ahead of their game against Mexico in Houston on February 6. Meanwhile defender Mike Randolph will take part in another camp with the U.S. Under-23 National Team ahead of CONCACAF Qualifying for the 2008 Summer Olympics, which will be held in the United States in March. For complete details go to


charlesj27 said...

Wanted to wish USMNT-Senior & USMNT-U23 the very best of fortitude, excellence, brilliance... and, of course LUCK! I was happy to go see the US v. Sweden game at the HDC; it is great to see Bob Bradley's & Peter Nowak's training effect(s) on the USMNT. I believe their pace & offensive plays are continuing to improve. Positioning on the field looks like it's getting better. However, more exact/crisp passes plus more Mid-field strength is required, in my opinion. However, I also understand that several of our American players from Europe were not available for this friendly. On the whole though, it just was great to go out and see a good, intense soccer game again!

I think Bob Bradley & Peter Nowak are doing good/correct things for our USMNT(s). Thanks for demanding strong work ethics & quality from our players!

lethalsoccer said...

Cronin's great! Glad he's finally getting the exposure needed to make him part of the first team of the LAG.