Yallop Announces Manchester Camp Roster

Ottawa, Ontario –- Canadian Men’s World Cup Team head coach Frank Yallop today named an 18 player roster for a training camp in Manchester, England from March 28 – April 1. The players are all from European-based clubs.



This is Yallop’s second training camp and his first with players from European-based clubs. His first was for primarily North American-based players in January which was followed by a 1-0 win over Barbados in Bridgetown on January 18. Yallop also scouted players at the Olympic Qualifying tournament in Mexico in February.

Ottawa, Ontario –- Canadian Men’s World Cup Team head coach Frank Yallop today named an 18 player roster for a training camp in Manchester, England from March 28 – April 1. The players are all from European-based clubs.



This is Yallop’s second training camp and his first with players from European-based clubs. His first was for primarily North American-based players in January which was followed by a 1-0 win over Barbados in Bridgetown on January 18. Yallop also scouted players at the Olympic Qualifying tournament in Mexico in February.



Canada will begin its final preparations for their World Cup Qualifying series against Belize with an international friendly against Wales in Wrexham on May 30 before traveling to San Jose to play Yallop’s former team the San Jose Earthquakes on June 5. The team will then travel to Ottawa for a four-day camp from June 6-10 before leaving for Kingston on Friday, June 11 for games against Belize on June 13 and 16.



Marco Reda, who plays with Sogndal in Norway, had been selected to attend the camp but was forced to withdraw Tuesday with a quadricep injury.



Yallop has been in England for the last week scouting and meeting with players.



Preliminary Canadian Roster For Manchester Camp



NametPos.tClubtD.O.B.tCapstGoals/Shutouts

Lars HirschfeldtGKtTottenham Hotspur, English Premiert10/17/78t16t4

Kenny StamatopoulostGKtEnkopping, Swedish Premiert8/28/79t1t0

Mark RogerstDtWycombe Wanderers, English Second Div.t11/3/77t7t0t

Jason deVostDtWigan Athletic, English First Divisiont1/2/74t43t3

Richard HastingstD/MtMV Maastricht, Dutch Second Divisiont5/18/77t36t1

Ante JazictD/MtRapid Vienna, Austrian Premiert2/27/76t5t0

Paul StalteritD/MtWerder Bremen, German Bundesligat10/18/77t47t6

Kevin McKennatD/M/FtHeart of Midlothian, Scottish Premiert1/21/80t21t6

Daniel ImhoftMtSt. Gallen, Swiss First Divisiont11/22/77t21t0

Fernando AguiartMtBenfica, Portuguese First Divisiont3/18/72t13t0t

Marc BirchamtMtQueen’s Park Rangers, English Second Div.t5/11/78t15t1

Mike KlukowskitMtLa Louviere, Belgiumt5/27/81t1t0

Jim BrennantMtNorwich City, English First Divisiont5/8/77t33t3

Atiba HutchinsontMtHelsingborg, Swedish Premier Divisiont3/8/83t4t0

Julian deGuzmantMtHanover 96, German Bundesligat3/25/81t6t0

Iain HumetM/FtTranmere Rovers, English Second Div.t10/20/83t3t0

Tomasz RadzinskitFttEverton, English Premiert12/14/73t19t5

Paul PeschisolidotFttDerby County, English First Divisiont5/25/71t48t9

Staff

Frank YallopttHead Coach

Dale MitchellttAssistant Coach

Paul DolanttGoalkeeper Coach

Morgan QuarryttManager

Kevin WagnerttEquipment Manager

Dave FoleyttPhysiotherapist

Sanjay GuptattDoctor

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