1. WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"David Vanole was one of the pioneers at the start of a new era for U.S.
Soccer. I remember very well his impact on the team at the 1988 Olympics and in
helping the United States end a very long World Cup drought in 1989. He should
be remembered for that right alongside the other early stars of the sport in our
-- U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati on David Vanole, who died on
Monday at age 43.
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