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USMNT’s Tim Weah talks World Cup, England clash, more


For the U.S. men’s national team, the past World Cup cycle in 2018 was disastrous and disappointing. After failing to qualify (their first absence in more than three decades), they finally return to the big stage in 2022. The excitement across the fan base is evident, and with all this optimism brewing, supporters feel that Gregg Berhalter’s squad can do more than just show up.

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It’s been a difficult journey for the Americans, one that included…



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