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FULL LIST: Duncan McGuire Out As Miles Robinson Makes 26-Player Final Squad For Copa America

Written by Patrick Echatah

Three Major League Soccer players will be competing in the 2024 Copa América this summer for the United States men’s national team: goalkeeper Sean Johnson of Toronto FC, Miles Robinson of FC Cincinnati, and Shaq Moore of Nashville SC.


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Goalkeepers

Ethan Horvath – Cardiff City
Sean Johnson – Toronto FC
Matt Turner – Nottingham Forest

Defenders

Cameron Carter-Vickers – Celtic
Kristoffer Lund – Palermo
Mark McKenzie – Genk
Shaq Moore – Nashville SC
Tim Ream – Fulham
Chris Richards – Crystal Palace
Antonee Robinson – Fulham
Miles Robinson – FC Cincinnati
Joe Scally – Borussia Mönchengladbach

Midfielders

Tyler Adams – Bournemouth
Johnny Cardoso – Real Betis
Luca de la Torre – Celta Vigo
Weston McKennie – Juventus
Yunus Musah – AC Milan
Gio Reyna – Nottingham Forest
Malik Tillman – PSV Eindhoven

Forwards

Brenden Aaronson – Union Berlin
Folarin Balogun – Monaco
Ricardo Pepi – PSV Eindhoven
Christian Pulisic – AC Milan
Josh Sargent – Norwich City
Tim Weah – Juventus
Haji Wright – Coventry City

June 23 vs. Bolivia – 6 pm ET (FOX, Univision, TUDN) | AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
June 27 vs. Panama – 6 pm ET (FOX, Univision, TUDN) | Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia
July 1 vs. Uruguay – 9 pm ET (FS1, Univision, TUDN) | Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri

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Brazilian winger Célio Pompeu has signed a new deal with St. Louis CITY SC, the team announced on Friday

With a club option for 2027, the 24-year-old Brazilian is now signed through the 2026 MLS season.

“We are proud to see Célio’s growth through our pipeline”, sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel said in a press release. “He has grown as a professional, both on and off the field, and to reap the rewards with a new contract was something he worked really hard for. Celio continues to elevate his game each and every day and we hope that he doesn’t stop raising the bar.”

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