A decade of memories for U.S. soccer

O'Brien's goal highlights U.S. soccer's decade

January 3, 2010
By Steve Davis
What would have happened if Jurgen Klinsmann had finally stopped playing hard to get? What might have been if Torsten Frings hadn't gotten away with his naughty little handball in that U.S.-Germany quarterfinal in the 2002 World Cup? What might have been if Los Angeles Galaxy ownership had not aggressively driven forward on Major League Soccer's critical stadium initiative?

We'll never know. But we do know that those moments, when critical decisions were made or momentous deeds were done, ...

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