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How The U.S. Men Missed The World Cup, And What It Means For Soccer In America

U.S. Soccer is likely to lose out on tens of millions in revenue, and more dual-nationals may choose to play elsewhere. Fox Sports' $425-million payout to air the next two World Cups looks rough, too.
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