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Bruce Arena hints at exit clause in U.S. soccer contract

Bruce Arena, who oversaw the failed U.S. bid to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, said Thursday he will “do whatever is right” in terms of his coaching future with the men’s national soccer team. Two days after a 2-1 defeat at Trinidad and Tobago ended seven consecutive appearances in the sport’s biggest competition, Arena […]
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