The last time the United States men’s national team played at the World Cup, the team carried a noticeable German accent: Five players on that 2014 squad grew up in Germany, as did their head coach.
But that was then. In the eight years that have passed, the squad has developed an English lilt.
Three current U.S. national team players were born in England. A fourth spent a significant portion of his adolescence, and received most of his soccer training, in the country. And even Christian…
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