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  • U.S. midfielder Michael Bradley, left, scores a goal against Mexico during the first half of an international friendly soccer match, Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Chow) MESA OUT  MARICOPA COUNTY OUT  MAGS OUT  NO SALES

    Green makes US debut in 2-2 draw with Mexico

    U.S. versus Mexico lived up to its billing with the rivals battling to a 2-2 draw Wednesday night, and provided a possible glimpse into the future with 18-year-old Julian Green making his first national team appearance for the Americans.

  • Julian Green to debut for US vs. Mexico

    Julian Green, the 18-year-old from German club Bayern Munich's developmental system who recently committed his international soccer future to the United States national team, is set to make his debut at forward Wednesday night in an exhibition against Mexico.

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    Captain Clint Dempsey and all-time U.S. scoring leader Landon Donovan were among 22 players selected Wednesday to the national team for its April 2 game against Mexico in Glendale, Arizona.

  • FIFA approves Green's switch to US from Germany

    Julian Green's change of national association to the United States from Germany has been approved by FIFA.

  • Snagging Green big beyond 2014 World Cup

    Luring Bayern Munich teenage forward Julian Green to play his international soccer for the United States rather than Germany was a big catch for coach Jurgen Klinsmann, but it's also one that is probably more about the Americans' long-term future rather than this year's World Cup.

  • Green asks FIFA for switch to US from Germany

    Bayern Munich forward Julian Green wants to play for the U.S. national team and has applied to FIFA to change his association from Germany.

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