U.S. soccer president evaluates team, coach
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U.S. soccer president evaluates team, coach

U.S. soccer federation president Sunil Gulati said Monday that overall he's proud of how far the game has progressed in America, but thinks the U.S. could have done better in the 2010 World Cup. The AP's John Mone has the story for Johannesburg. (June 28) (The Associated Press)

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