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Oh no, U.S. Soccer is really starting a World Cup NIT, isn’t it?

This is so sad. Please don’t. When Italy crashed out of World Cup qualifying on Monday, thousands of uncreative people (myself included) posted the same really dumb joke on social media: With all the big countries that missed out on the World Cup, someone should start a World Cup NIT! Let’s get all of the countries that didn’t make the World Cup to play each other! It is indeed surprising that all of Italy, the United States, Netherlands, Chile, Ghana, and the Ivory Coast all failed to qualify for the World Cup.
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