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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, May 25, 2010
The 23-man squad U.S. coach Bob Bradley picks for the World Cup could be the youngest roster since the USA's 1994 World Cup team in which the average age was 26.1. So does age matter? Read the whole story
New Jersey native Alejandro Bedoya is hoping to "come out of nowhere" -- as he puts it -- and earn a spot on the USA's World Cup spot. Read the whole story
Grant Wahl reports it was obvious that U.S. coach Bob Bradley enjoyed spending a week before the World Cup at his alma mater, Princeton, site of the South Africa-bound USA's training camp. Read the whole story
Fifty-six special courts have been opened in South Africa to provide swift justice to violent fans during the World Cup. Read the whole story


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