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The U.S. men's national team saw its World Cup end less than a month ago, but time waits for no team and now it is just three weeks until the United States returns to the field to take on Brazil on August 10th at the new Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey.
The first post-World Cup friendly should feature most of the team's top stars, but it should also offer the opportunity for a few new faces to be called in. Whether it is Bob Bradley, or some other coach, whoever picks the team will probably call in a few players who weren't part of the U.S. World Cup team.
With that in mind, here is our question for you. Which player who didn't make the U.S. World Cup team would you like to see be called in for the Brazil friendly? We'll only implement two exclusions, Jermaine Jones and Charlie Davies. Both are recovering from lengthy injury ordeals and both are working their way back with the respective clubs, making a call-up at this point in their recoveries very questionable (assuming either is even healthy enough for full international duty).
So, there you have it. Select ONE player you are hoping to see be called in for the Brazil friendly who wasn't on the World Cup team.
Share your suggestions below.