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With key World Cup qualifiers coming up, coach Bruce Arena has called in a mixture of veterans and young players for the U.S. team's training camp in Denver.
"I think we have a good group," Arena said Sunday. "I'm still in the early goings with this team and I haven't seen all of our players, so this camp gives me the opportunity to see six new faces we haven't had in with the team yet, which is valuable. It's also great that we're able to bring back 21 players that have been in with our program already in 2017."
Those new faces to Arena, who returned to national team duty last year when Jurgen Klinsmann was fired, are goalkeepers Brad Guzan and Ethan Horvath, defenders Timmy Chandler, DeAndre Yedlin and Fabian Johnson, and forward Bobby Wood. All except Guzan play for clubs in Europe, though Guzan saw some time last season with Middlesbrough in England.