When it comes to his roster moves, Jurgen Klinsmann sure likes to keep people on their toes. In May, he left Landon Donovan off the World Cup squad while taking a 20-year-old MLSer with two caps to his name (DeAndre Yedlin) to Brazil. Last month, Klinsmann made Stanford University's Jordan Morris the first college player called into a senior national team camp this century.
Now the U.S. coach is at it again. According to multiple sources, minor league midfielder Miguel Ibarra will be on the American...
Minor league midfielder Miguel Ibarra will be included on the U.S. national team's roster for next month's friendlies against Ecuador and Honduras, multiple sources told ESPNFC.com.
Ibarra, a 5-foot-7 winger known for his blazing speed, has helped Minnesota United to the top spot in the second-tier North American Soccer League this season.
The 24-year-old Lancaster, Calif. native had the equalizing goal and a late game-winning assist in Minnesota's 3-2, comeback win in Ottawa on Sunday.