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Tozer Names Roster For Spain Training Camp, Matches Print
US National Futsal Team

CHICAGO (June 4, 2007) - U.S. National Futsal Team head coach Keith Tozer has selected 16 players that will travel to Spain for a seven day training camp taking place from June 10-16.

The team will train in Cordoba and Jaen, Spain with two matches scheduled against the Spanish National Futsal team to take place June 13 in Cordoba, and June 15 in Jaen.

The roster for this trip includes nine players who participated in a trip to Brazil in May in which the U.S. lost twice to the Brazilian Futsal National Team.

The U.S. is preparing for a return trip to Brazil for the 2007 Pan American Games, where for the first time, Futsal has been specially added to the games by the host nation.

U.S. Futsal Team Roster
GOALKEEPERS(2): Brett Phillips (Milwaukee Wave-MISL), Nick Vorberg (Milwaukee Wave-MISL)
DEFENDERS(2): Joe Hammes (Milwaukee Wave-MISL), Troy Dusosky (Milwaukee Wave-MISL)
MIDFIELDERS(8): Jamar Beasley (Detroit Ignition-MISL), Andrew Jacobson (California), Ptah Myers (Philadelphia KiXX-MISL), Andy Rosenband (Chicago Storm-MISL), Matt Stewart (Chicago Storm-MISL), Denison Cabral (Baltimore Blast-MISL), John Ball (Rochester Raging Rhinos-USL), Andrew Gregor (Portland Timbers-USL)
FORWARDS(4): Elvir Kafedzic (California Cougars-MISL), Aaron Susi (California Cougars-MISL), Enrique Tovar (California Cougars-MISL), Lee Tschantret (Baltimore Blast-MISL)
 

 

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  • Question 1:
    Before the start of the second half, the goalkeeper of the team that did not take the kick-off, is in his half of the pitch but 10 yds(10 m) outside of his goal. What action should the referees take?
    (a)They delay the start of the second half until the goalkeeper takes his place in goal.
    (b)Order the start of the second half.
    (c)They delay the start of the second half and caution the goalkeeper for unsporting behavior.
    (d)None of the previous answers is correct.
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    A team is on the point of scoring a goal. Just as the ball is about to enter the goal, one of the players from the team that is about to concede it, leaves the pitch deliberately. What action should the referees take?
    (a)Suspend the match immediately and definitively.
    (b)If the goal is scored, disallow it.
    (c)Allow the goal. If the player who left the pitch does not return for the restart after the goal, suspend the match definitively and report the player to the appropriate authority.
    (d)Allow the match to continue as the player did not leave the pitch owing to injury or expulsion.
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