Venues, light travel could help U.S.
For better or worse, stadiums will be among the more permanent legacies of World Cup 2010. South Africa has spent billions building new showcase venues across the country. Durban, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit and Polokwane will all have sparkling new facilities, and the organizers broke the bank to upgrade Soccer City in Johannesburg.
Teams playing in those venues will be privy to the latest amenities and plush luxuries. But not the Americans. Bob Bradley's team won't be seeing any ...
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