Camp begins with questions to resolve
PRINCETON, N.J. -- The U.S. World Cup campaign began in earnest Monday, as an almost complete squad took to the slick, manicured grass of Princeton University. The mood was serious on a cloudy mid-60s day, reflecting the slowly accumulating pressure on the U.S. men's national team.
But while the Americans' opening game against England is just 25 days away, they still face several pivotal questions.
1. If not Charlie Davies, then who?
Once the favorite to start alongside Jozy ...
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