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Dwyer out of US soccer camp with strained right hamstring
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CHICAGO (AP) Orlando forward Don Dwyer has withdrawn from the U.S. soccer team's training camp because of a strained right hamstring.
The U.S. Soccer Federation said Wednesday that Dwyer will not be replaced on the roster ahead of the exhibition on Jan. 28 against Bosnia and Herzegovina in Carson, California.
Juan Agudelo, Jordan Morris, Christian Ramirez, Rubio Rubin and C.J. Sapong are the remaining forwards on the 29-man roster.
Updated January 10, 2018