Nowak to examine fringe players in Toulon

May 19, 2008
By Jeff Carlisle, ESPNsoccernet
As the U.S. U-23 national team prepares for this week's Toulon International Tournament, it's tempting to think that coach Peter Nowak has the most thankless job in U.S. soccer. With just two months left until he must name his final roster for this summer's Olympics, the gathering in Toulon would seem an ideal opportunity to fine-tune some on-field issues (the U-23 team will represent the U.S. at the Games). But because of external factors, the team heading to France will be comprised mostly of players ...

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