Jeff Cunningham, the 33-year-old veteran forward who has long racked up goals in MLS is aiming to finally solidify a spot on the U.S. national team, which he reappeared after a four-year absence last November and scored his first international goal in a friendly against Denmark.
He is the oldest player in Coach Bob Bradley's training camp as the
team prepares for Saturday's friendly against Honduras. (9 pm ET, Fox Soccer Channel and Telefutura) Adam Serrano reports he has been frequently partnered with fellow
speedster Robbie Findley during the recent training sessions this week.
"Over the years, I've said that I haven't really gotten the opportunity (with the national team),
but I'm getting it now," Cunningham said. "I'm where every player wants to be with a shot at playing in the World Cup, I'm getting my fair chance now. I can't complain and I just have to do the
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