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Holmes out of U.S. Gold Cup roster with injury

Midfielder Duane Holmes has been dropped from the U.S. CONCACAF Gold Cup roster because of a reoccurrence of a left quadriceps strain, and he has been replaced by midfielder Djordje Mihailovic.

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced the change Saturday, four days after the Americans replaced injured midfielder and defender Tyler Adams with Reggie Cannon.

Holmes made his U.S. debut on June 5 in an exhibition against Jamaica.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- As Gold Cup warm-ups go, Wednesday's friendly against Jamaica is shaping up to be the tuneup before the tuneup for the United States men's national team.

The bulk of the U.S. roster just arrived over the weekend, giving most of the players just two training sessions to prepare for the match. Linchpins Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams won't even be available, as the duo won't meet up with their international teammates until Thursday and next Tuesday, respectively.

The fact that...