Early in the second half of Saturday's U.S. victory over Turkey, Yanks right back Steve Cherundolo could be seen exchanging shouts and scowls with Michael Bradley around the Turks' 18-yard line. Trouble? Hardly.
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Doug McIntyre Doug McIntyre has watched or attended almost every U.S. national team game since Paul Caligiuri's "shot heard 'round the world" in 1989. He is a staff writer for ESPN The Magazine and has covered American and international soccer since 2002.