A day after the U.S. won its group in the
Goalkeepers Tim Howard and Jesse
"We have added some experienced players to the roster that can help us in the knockout round," Arena said in a statement. "The players leaving all made a good impression, and I'm optimistic for their future."
Arena had said he intended to use the three group-play games to expand the national team player pool and Dwyer was among those who impressed. The British-born striker, who recently secured U.S. citizenship, scored in each of his first two caps with the national team.
Altidore, Bradley Dempsey and Howard each bring more than 100 caps' worth of international experience to Arena's team.
Granted his one-time change-of-association request by FIFA earlier this month, Gonzalez, who formerly played for Mexico, will take part in his first U.S. national team cap.
Saturday's win left the U.S. unbeaten (6-0-5) 11 games into Arena's second stint as coach of the national team. It's the longest unbeaten streak for a U.S. coach since 2013, under Jurgen Klinsmann.
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Goalkeepers: Jesse Gonzalez (
Defenders: Matt Besler (
Midfielders: Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas), Paul Arriola (Club Tijuana), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC),
Forwards: Juan Agudelo (