U.S. likely to meet Mexico in Gold Cup final

March 8, 2007
By Jeff Carlisle, ESPNsoccernet
It's almost an article of faith that the CONCACAF Gold Cup is the red-headed stepchild of continental competitions. The competition is weak, the schedule insane, and the frequency with which the tournament is held makes it something less than "must-see TV." Alas, Tuesday's announcement of the draw for this summer's edition did nothing to dispel those notions, and if both Mexico and the United States don't at least make the semifinals, it will be a mammoth upset.





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