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RSL's Nick Rimando called up to national team camp

Published May 16, 2013 12:48 pm
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Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando will be a part of the next U.S. men's national team camp.

Rimando is one of four Major League Soccer goalkeepers who will rotate throughout the duration of the camp. He was the only RSL player included in the U.S. Soccer roster released Thursday.

The veteran net-minder Rimando was last called up in March as the U.S. faced off with Costa Rica and Mexico in World Cup qualifiers.

The camp begins May 26 in Cleveland, where the team will prepare for a stretch of five matches in May and June.

Rimando will not miss any MLS games as a result of the call up.


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