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Chris Durkin makes final roster for the U-17 World Cup

Good luck in India, Chris!

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John Hackworth has announced the final roster for the US U-17 men’s national team for the U-17 World Cup in India and, as expected, D.C. United’s Chris Durkin is on it. Durkin has been a mainstay of Hackworth’s qualifying campaigning, starting most of the important games and captaining the U-17s at times as well.

The team will depart for training camp on September 24 and will play their group stage matches on October 6 (against India), October 9 (against Ghana), and October 12 (against Colombia). The final is on October 28 in Kolkata.

Durkin is joined on the roster by a number of other exciting young players: Josh Sargent, soon to be of Weder Bremen, and Andrew Carleton are two names of which most people have heard.

The full roster is below:

GOALKEEPERS (3): Alex Budnik (Sockers FC; Arlington Heights, Ill.), Carlos Joaquim Dos Santos (S.L. Benfica; Philadelphia, Penn.), Justin Garces (Atlanta United FC; Miami, Fla.)

DEFENDERS (6): Sergiño Dest (Ajax; Almere-stad, Netherlands), Christopher Gloster (New York Red Bulls; Montclair, N.J.), Jaylin Lindsey (Sporting Kansas City; Charlotte, N.C.), James Sands (New York City FC; Rye, N.Y.), Tyler Shaver (New York City FC; Greenwich, Conn.), Akil Watts (Portland Timbers, Fort Wayne, Ind.)

MIDFIELDERS (6): George Acosta (North Carolina FC; Hollywood, Fla.), Taylor Booth (Real Salt Lake; Eden, Utah), Christopher Durkin (D.C. United; Glen Allen, Va.), Blaine Ferri (Solar Soccer Club; Southlake, Texas), Chris Goslin (Atlanta United FC; Locust Grove, Ga.), Indiana Vassilev (Unattached; Savannah, Ga.)

FORWARDS (6): Ayo Akinola (Toronto FC; Brampton Ont.), Andrew Carleton (Atlanta United FC; Powder Springs, Ga.), Jacobo Reyes (C.F. Monterrey; Houston, Texas), Bryan Reynolds (FC Dallas; Little Elm, Texas), Joshua Sargent (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri; O'Fallon, Mo.), Tim Weah (Paris Saint-Germain F.C., Rosedale, N.Y.)