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Gasper, McKenzie, Turner among players for early training

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CHICAGO (AP) – Minnesota defender Chase Gasper, Philadelphia defender Mark McKenzie and New England goalkeeper Matt Turner are the only players with no senior national team experience among the 20 Major League Soccer players invited to the training camp. US team before the CONCACAF League of Nations games against Canada and Cuba.

The US Football Federation plans to launch the training camp list on November 6, which will include players from Europe. All MLS teams except Seattle and Toronto have finished their seasons under the league's newly shortened post-season calendar, and MLS players will train in Bradenton, Florida, November 2-9. The regular training camp begins in Orlando on November 10th.

The US plays in Canada on November 15 in Orlando, after losing 2-0 to Canadians in Toronto on October 15. The match against Cuba will be on November 19 in George Town, Cayman Islands.

The initial training camp list:

Goalkeeper: Brad Guzan (Atlanta), Sean Johnson (New York), Matt Turner (New England)

Defenders: Reggie Cannon (Dallas), Chase Gaspar (Minnesota), Nick Lima (San Jose), Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls), Daniel Lovitz (Montreal), Mark McKenzie (Philadelphia), Walker Zimmerman (LA)

Midfielders: Brenden Aaronson (Philadelphia), Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy), Djordje Mihailovic (Chicago), Wil Trapp (Columbus) Jackson Yueill (San Jose)

Strikers: Paul Arriola (DC), Corey Baird (Salt Lake), Jeremy Ebobisse (Portland), Jonathan Lewis (Colorado). Gyasi Zardes (Columbus)

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