U.S. midfield still seeks winning balance
When Bob Bradley first took over as U.S. national team coach, one of the trickier tasks facing him was reconstructing the team's midfield. The international retirements of Claudio Reyna and John O'Brien meant the Americans suffered a significant drop in experience, and the team's ability to manage tempo and keep the ball took a hit as well.
The ensuing years have seen Bradley experiment with all manner of players in a variety of positions. And what has emerged is a versatile collection of ...
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