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Bruce Arena resigns as U.S. men's soccer coach after failure to qualify for World Cup

L.A. Times Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Bruce Arena became the first casualty of the failed U.S. bid to qualify for next summer’s World Cup when he stepped down as coach of the national team Friday.

Arena, who left the Galaxy for a second stint with the national team last November, is U.S. Soccer’s all-time-winningest coach with a record...
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News video: U.S. heads to Trinidad and Tobago with goal of punching World Cup ticket

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After a 4-0 win in Orlando over Panama, the United States soccer team travels to Trinidad and Tobago for the final match in the World Cup qualifying final round. Nathan Frandino reports.

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