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U.S. ABROAD (Jan. 28): Another start for McBride and another win for Everton
January 28th, 2003 5:04PM
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* Brian McBride (Everton, PL), at Bolton, 2-1.

Started: 90 minutes. McBride held scoreless for his time in three starts.

* Claudio Reyna (Sunderland, PL), vs. Southampton, 0-1.

DNP -- out after knee surgery.

* Marcus Hahnemann (Reading, D1), vs. Leicester, 1-3.

Started: 90 minutes. Three goals in first 34 minutes doom Royals, whose promotion hopes are fading.


* Oguchi Onyewu (Metz, D2), vs. Istres, 4-1.

Came on as substitute in 60th minute. Fourth straight game in which the U-23 star has played. Metz temporarily moves into a tie for fourth -- the top three teams go up.

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