• Wednesday Jul 17, 2013

    CONCACAF Releases Names of Players Added to Gold Cup Rosters

    Teams Have Option to Replace up to Four Players for Knockout Phase
     
    MIAMI (Wednesday, July 17, 2013) – The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced today the names of the players added to the rosters of teams participating in the knockout phase of the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup, in line with the tournament regulations changes communicated this past April.
     
    Under Section XIII, clause 7 of the competition’s regulations, teams qualifying for the Quarterfinal Phase will be permitted to amend their twenty-three (23) player rosters and replace up to four (4) players from their provisional list of thirty-five (35) players at least twenty-four (24) hours following the completion of the First Round of the Final Phase.
     
    The Gold Cup roster modifications are as follows:
     
    HONDURAS
    IN:  Erick Norales (DOB: 11-Feb-85; Pos.: Defender; Club: Marathon; Jersey No.: 24)
    OUT:  Johnny Palacios (DOB: 20-Dec-86; Pos.: Defender; Club: Olimpia; Jersey No.: 4)
     
     
    MEXICO
    IN:  Jose Maria Cardenas (DOB: 2-Apr-85; Pos.: Midfielder; Club: Morelia; Jersey No.: 24)
    OUT:  Darvin Chavez (DOB: 21-Nov-89; Pos.: Midfielder; Club: Monterrey; Jersey No.: 5)
     
     
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
    IN:  Kevan George (DOB: 30-Jan-90; Pos.: Midfielder; Club: Columbus Crew; Jersey No.: 27)
    OUT:  Khaleem Hyland (DOB: 6-May-89; Pos.: Midfielder; Club: Racing Genk; Jersey No.: 8)
     
     
    UNITED STATES
    IN:  Omar Gonzalez (DOB: 11-Oct-88; Pos.: Defender; Club: LA Galaxy; Jersey No.: 3)
    OUT:  Corey Ashe (DOB: 14-Mar-86; Pos.: Defender; Club: Houston Dynamo; Jersey No.: 3)
     
    IN:  Alan Gordon (DOB: 16-Oct-81; Pos.: Forward; Club: San Jose Earthquakes; Jersey No.: 9)
    OUT:  Herculez Gomez (DOB: 6-Apr-82; Pos.: Forward; Club: Club Tijuana; Jersey No.: 9)
     
    IN:  Eddie Johnson (DOB: 31-Mar-84; Pos.: Forward; Club: Seattle Sounders; Jersey No.: 18)
    OUT:  Jack McInerney (DOB: 5-Aug-92; Pos.: Forward; Club: Philadelphia Union; Jersey No.: 18)
     
    IN:  Matt Besler (DOB: 11-Feb-87; Pos.: Defender; Club: Sporting Kansas City; Jersey No.: 5)
    OUT:  Oguchi Onyewu (DOB: 13-May-82; Pos.: Defender; Club: Sporting Lisbon; Jersey No. 5)
     
     
    The Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA, will host the first Quarterfinal doubleheader on Saturday, July 20, with Panama taking on Cuba at 3:30 p.m. ET, followed by an encounter between two-time defending champion Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago at 6:30 p.m. ET.
     
    M&T Bank Stadium, in Baltimore, MD, will stage the second Quarterfinal doubleheader on Sunday, July 21, starting at 4:00 p.m. ET, when the United States meets El Salvador.  At 7:00 p.m. ET, Honduras squares off against Costa Rica.
     
    For more information, please visit www.GoldCup.org
  • Champions League

    Related News



RELATED NEWS YOU'LL LIKE

Alex Bunbury: Canada has talent to progress in Gold Cup

Former Canada International Alex Bunbury talked to CONCACAF.com about his career and recent activities.

100 Days to Go to CONCACAF Gold Cup as Nicaragua Completes Field of 12 

CONCACAF announced – 100 days out from the inaugural match – that the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup field is set with the qualification of Nicaragua as the 12th and final participating nation...

Nicaragua roars to Gold Cup on Barrera hat-trick

Juan Barrera scored three late goals and Nicaragua earned a dramatic 3-0 win over visiting Haiti to qualify in stunning fashion for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup on Tuesday at the Estadio Nacional.

Haiti tops Nicaragua in Gold Cup qualifying playoff opener

Jeff Louis scored two goals and Haiti moved closer to a berth in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup with a 3-1 win over visiting Nicaragua in the opener of their qualifying playoff on Friday before 13,000 fans at the Stade Sylvio Cator.

Haiti, Etienne eye Gold Cup berth

Reaching the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the third consecutive time would give a big boost to Haiti, says forward Derrick Etienne.