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The 'Coolest Part' of Debut Win for Keller
MLSnet.com, March 20th, 2009 3:15PM

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"The coolest part for me -- after spending my whole career in Europe -- I was very nervous about coming home and being let down. Just kind of thinking 'why did I come home for this?' But what was so tremendous about everything that I've had so far from the professionalism to the training facilities to the excitement of the city to now the unbelievable vocalness, if that's a word, of the fans tonight. I know the Seahawks talk about the 12th Man. I don't know what our catch phrase is going to be, but there's probably not a better atmosphere in soccer in America. It's a huge honor to be a part of that and it just makes that transition for me so much easier." Egg farmer's son-turned-English Premier League veteran Kasey Keller, on his return home to Washington and official introduction to MLS in a 3-0 win over New York. [Editor's Note: We are happy to confirm that vocalness is, in fact, a real word.] Read the original story...


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