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Crippled by injuries, U.S. looks to past for help in the present

A lot has changed since Tim Howard played in his first World Cup qualifier. “I had a lot more hair [then],” observed Bruce Arena, the coach who gave Howard his start. That was three World Cups, three coaching changes and 13 years ago. Howard, whose skull is now clean shaven, also had hair atop...
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