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What They're Saying
June 23rd, 2011 12:15AM

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"It was amazing. I haven't been part of the team [since 2009]. So to get a chance just to be around the guys, to be around the national team, I was really thankful for the opportunity. Once you're here, you have to work hard. And when you get your chance, you have to make a difference. You have to reward your coach's faith in you."

-- Freddy Adu, who helped set up the USA's goal in its 1-0 Gold Cup semifinal win over Panama after coming on as a 66th minute sub.



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