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Abby Wambach Criticises USMNT's Use of Players with Dual Citizenship

Former U.S. women's national soccer team star Abby Wambach has once again criticised the men's team's use of players with dual citizenship, questioning their "killer instinct" and saying she'd like to talk to them about their love for their country. As Fox Sports' Caitlin Murray reported, Wambach made headlines last year for questioning manager Jurgen Klinsmann's reliance on foreign-born players, and several of the men's players had issues with her comments.
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