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ASN Morning Read: A Very Friendly Weekend

To kick off a crucial year, the United States men's national team faces Serbia in a friendly on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, the first match of manager Bruce Arena's second term.
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
January 27, 2017
3:33 AM
  • Ahead of Sunday's friendly against Serbia, here's what some players are saying about the team under Bruce Arena...

    Alejandro Bedoya: “I definitely feel a breath of fresh air, coming in. Bruce, he's been here before, he knows the process, he knows some of the players, he knows what the national team is all about.”

    Benny Feilhaber: “I think it's going to be very important for us, that knowledge that he holds: the way that we play best as a team, we play best as individuals, so we can gel as a team, I think it'll bode very well for the national team.” 

    Michael Bradley: “Together we've found the right ways to enjoy ourselves, to still feel like the spirit and the camaraderie within the group are right. But we've also, then, when it's time to work, we've worked."

  • How would you line the team up on Sunday?

  • On the verge of his 100th cap, Jozy Altidore tries to name the other Americans to reach that mark:

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