|STORY OF THE DAY!|
USA-Canada Takeaways: Year makes big difference
| The USA swept two games at a January camp for only the second time in a quarter century -- it did it in Jurgen Klinsmann's first camp in 2012 -- as it beat Canada, 1-0, on Friday in a game it
dominated. Several key players made big strides, while other players improved their places in the U.S. depth chart. For three takeaways from USA-Canada. |
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-- MLS commissioner Don Garber on the idea of an expansion team
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