Tendonitis ends Tracy's USMNT camp stint

Tendonitis ends Tracy's USMNT camp stint

U.S. Men's National Team

Tendonitis ends Tracy's USMNT camp stint

Marcus Tracy (AAB)

The U.S. Men's National Team received a bit of bad news on Wednesday to go along with some bad weather at training camp as another player will be heading home.

Aalborg forward Marcus Tracy will be out for the duration of camp and will be returning to Denmark after a medical evaluation on Wednesday. US Soccer reports that prior to arriving in Carson, the Wake Forest product had received treatment for tendinitis in both knees. After sitting out the past four sessions including this morning's practice, the training staff has decided to allow the forward to return to Scandinavia to recover in preparation for the upcoming season with Aalborg. At this moment, there are no plans to add another player to the roster ahead of the U.S. team's January 23rd friendly against Honduras.

What are your thoughts on the loss of Tracy? Disappointed that he won't get a chance for his first cap? Want another forward to be brought into camp?

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