Ok, with the fans still salivating over the Italy victory, it's time to start projecting the next roster. We will have three friendlies all in a row: Scotland, Brazil, then Canada, followed by the first match of WC qualifying. So the roster for the Scotland friendly will definately be the same as for the games when it counts. Expect a mostly Euro-based roster, with a few MLSers sprinkled in. But Klinsmann will lean heavily on the veterans. G: Howard, Guzan, Rimando. D: Cherundolo, Bocanegra, Goodson, Chandler, Johnson, Spector, Whitbread, Ream. (Onyewu if healthy.) M: Donovan, Bradley, Edu, Jones, Torres, Williams, Shea, Beasley F: Altidore, Dempsey, Buddle, Gomez Question marks: 1) Beckerman - does he really have a place in this team? Sadly, I don't think so. Bradley has cemented himself as a starter. Edu, Jones, Torres and Williams would all seemingly have a leg up on Beckerman at center mid. But Klinsmann has played wild cards before. 2) Does Klinsmann go with age or youth at striker? Agudelo, Bunbury, Boyd and Wooten are all vying for Olympic spots. Will Klinsmann take one of them for the senior team? It's unclear at this point, but I'll go with no for now. 3) Do Gomez and Beasley make the squad? Both have World Cup experience, and are playing well in Mexico - I expect both of them to be with the squad come WC qualifying. 3) Is Shea still a midfielder? With FC Dallas moving Shea to striker, will Klinsmann try a similar tactic?