By FRANCO PANIZO
The U.S. Men’s National Team’s 20-man roster is now a 22-man roster.
U.S. Soccer announced on Thursday afternoon that head coach Jurgen Klinsmann added Chris Wondolowski, Brad Davis and Clarence Goodson to his squad ahead of World Cup qualifiers against Jamaica and Panama. The addition of the three players would bring the total amount of players in camp to 23, but Eddie Johnson has effectively been replaced by Wondolowski and sent back to the Seattle Sounders after suffering a groin injury in training on Wednesday.
Wondolowski, Davis and Goodson are expected to join the rest of the U.S. squad in Kansas City on Thursday afternoon. They join Michael Orozco, who was called in as a replacement for the injured Omar Gonzalez, as players to be added to the team after the initial roster announcement was made this past Sunday.
The Americans, who already are assured of a place in next summer’s tournament, host Jamaica at Sporting Park in their penultimate World Cup qualifier on Friday.
What do you think of these roster additions? Happy to see Wondolowski back with the U.S. or would you have preferred to see someone like Herculez Gomez or Juan Agudelo?
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