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GUAMS NATIONAL SOCCER TEAMS ANNOUNCED

The men’s and women’s national soccer teams were officially announced Thursday as both squads prepare for the East Asian Cup.

PRESS RELEASE –The Matao, Guam men’s national team, poses for a photo before one of the team’s recent training sessions for the EAFF East Asian Cup beginning Monday.

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Front row, from left to right are Sean Evans (Equipment Asst.), Ian Lawton (Team Trainer), Robby De Guzman (Matao Equipment Manager), Jimmy Okuhama (Asst. Coach), Gary J. White (Head Coach), Shinobu Kobayashi (Goalkeeper Coach), Eloy Palomo (Team Manager), Shane Healy (Equipment Asst.) and Shashikant Kotwal (Equipment Asst.) In the middle row from left to right are Dylan Naputi, Thaddeus “TJ” Atalig, Shane Malcolm, Christian Schweizer, Ryan Guy, Jason Cunliffe (Captain), Dominic Gadia, Marcus Lopez, Scott Leon Guerrero, Mark Chargualaf, Jonahan Romero, and Ricky Katsumata. In the back row from left to right are Bijan Gloston, Ian Mariano, Shawn Nicklaw, Travis Nicklaw, Marlon Evans, Micah Paulino, John Matkin, and Dallas Jaye. Guam will play against Macau at 5:30 p.m. in the men’s tournament opener Monday, followed by its match against Mongolia at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and the Northern Mariana Islands at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

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The Masakåda, Guam women’s national team, poses for a photo before one of the team’s recent training sessions for the EAFF Women’s East Asian Cup beginning Sunday.

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Front row seated, from left to right are Brett Maluwelmeng (Asst. Coach), Sang Hoon Kim (Head Coach), Kyung Shipman (Asst. Coach), and Lucy Johnson (Team Manager). In the middle row, from left to right, are Haley Flores, Inyssa Perez, Gabby Evaristo, Koharu Minato, Simie Willter, Anjelica Perez, Paige Surber, Tatyana Ungacta, Maria Amezola, and Cici Kobinski. In the back row, from left to right, are Maria Abbey Iriarte, Samantha Kaufman, Dani Zavala, Aubrey Posadas, Jena Cruz, Lauren Valla, Dannell Moyer, and Kristin Thompson. Guam will play against the Northern Mariana Islands at 5:30 p.m. in the women’s tournament opener Sunday, followed by its match against Macau at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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