What They're Saying
"My intentions to be here in this press conference is to ask for public forgiveness. I've already asked the same from my teammates, the coaching staff and the federation and now I want to apologize publicly to my fans, my country and the media for my conduct... I made an error and threw away all the hard work we had put in all week."
-- Mexico captain Rafael Marquez, who was red-carded in the 65th minute of El Tri's 2-0 loss to the USA for kicking U.S. keeper Tim Howard.
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