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Dom Dwyer pulls out of US men's national team camp due to hamstring injury

Orlando City SC forward Dom Dwyer was forced to withdraw from US men’s national team camp on Wednesday due to a right hamstring strain, US Soccer announced. No replacement will be named.

The USMNT now have 29 players in their annual January camp, including five forwards: Juan Agudelo, Jordan Morris, Christian Ramirez, Rubio Rubin and CJ Sapong.

Dwyer, 27, was born and raised in England but became a US citizen last year. He made his USMNT debut shortly after receiving his passport, getting named to the Gold Cup roster and recording two goals in four games in the buildup to and during the tournament. He had nine goals and five assists in 27 appearances between Sporting KC and Orlando last year.  

Players are reporting on Wednesday to the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. for the start of camp. The training stint will conclude on Jan. 28 with the USMNT’s first match of 2018, a friendly at StubHub Center against Bosnia & Herzegovina. 

Updated USMNT January camp roster

Pos. Player Club Caps/Goals
GK Alex Bono Toronto FC 0/0
GK Bill Hamid Midtjylland 4/0
GK Cody Cropper New England 0/0
GK Zack Steffen Columbus 0/0
D Danny Acosta Real Salt Lake 0/0
D Justen Glad Real Salt Lake 0/0
D Nick Lima San Jose 0/0
D Justin Morrow Toronto FC 3/0
D Ike Opara Sporting KC 0/0
D Tim Parker Vancouver 0/0
D Matt Polster Chicago 0/0
D Brandon Vincent Chicago 1/0
D Walker Zimmerman LAFC 1/0
M Tyler Adams NY Red Bulls 1/0
M Paul Arriola D.C. United 15/2
M Russell Canouse D.C. United 0/0
M Marky Delgado Toronto FC 0/0
M Marlon Hairston Colorado 0/0
M Ian Harkes D.C. United 0/0
M Brooks Lennon Real Salt Lake 0/0
M Cristian Roldan Seattle 1/0
M Kelyn Rowe New England 3/1
M Wil Trapp Columbus 2/0
M Gyasi Zardes LA Galaxy 37/6
F Juan Agudelo New England 27/3
F Jordan Morris Seattle 24/5
F Christian Ramirez Minnesota 0/0
F Rubio Rubin Unattached 4/0
F C.J. Sapong Philadelphia 3/0