America’s Other Team Takes Center Stage

dempsWhen one international tournament comes to a close, another one opens.  Just two days after the U.S Women’s National Team emerged victorious in the Women’s World Cup, bringing glory and a publicity blitz to the nation, the U.S. Men’s National Team started its first competitive campaign since their 2014 World Cup exit with a 2-1 victory over Honduras in front of a sellout crowd in Dallas’s Toyota Stadium.  The game was far from pretty, and the performance by the US Men was far from spectacular, but the result was favorable considering the circumstances. The start of the Gold Cup beckons the question, when will we see a U.S. Men’s National team as dominant as our Women’s Team?

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