Why Olympic men's soccer matters
Seen as a nuisance, the quadrennial tournament breeds winners
Who cares about the Olympic soccer tournament?
This has been a common question raised across Great Britain this summer, with the indifference tested further by David Beckham's surprise omission from Stuart Pearce's 18-man squad.
It's a rhetorical question, but one that has a suitable answer: Brazil cares about the Olympic soccer tournament. So does Uruguay. Spain is taking it seriously too. The three most important soccer nations competing are putting 100 percent into ...
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