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Gale's first camp as Head Coach kicks off 3 April in California

Posted on 3 April 2014 in Men's U-18 Team

Just a few days after being named Head Coach of Canada’s Men’s U-20 Team, Rob Gale will get a first look at some of the talent hoping to be in the running for Canada’s attempts to reach the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.

Eighteen players born in 1997 are gathering on the west coast in Ventura, California on 3 April and will take part in a camp until Friday 11 April that will feature a pair of international friendly matches.

After four days of training, the team will make a bus trip down to Redondo Beach where they’ll play their first friendly against the United States on Tuesday 8 April. They will have a day off before suiting up again against Mexico on Thursday 10 April and will break camp the next day.

The camp is in preparation for the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship which serves as the qualifier for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015. The host of the CONCACAF Championship will be determined at a later date.

Canada
GK- Dayne St. Clair | CAN / Ajax Soccer Club
GK- Marvis Kreitling | GER / Niendorfer TSV
D- Eric Davies | USA / FC Dallas Academy
D- Andre Baires | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency
D- Drake Rendle | CAN / Calgary South West United
D- Josh Cuthbert | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency
D- Kyle Hiebert | CAN / WSA Winnipeg
D- Thomas Meilleur-Giguere | CAN / Académie Impact de Montréal
M- Joshua Doughty | USA / Real Salt Lake Academy
M- Vana Markarian | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency
M- Emmanuel Zambazis | CAN / Mississauga Soccer Club
M- David Choiniere | CAN / Académie Impact de Montréal
M- Darius Ramsay | CAN / Calgary Foothills
M- Dario Zanatta | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency
M- Aymar Sigue | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency
F- Jimmy-Shammar Sanon | CAN / Académie Impact de Montréal
F- Dayonn Harris | CAN / Woodbridge Soccer Club
F- Hayden Simmonds-O’Grady | CAN / Whitecaps FC Residency

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