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US men's soccer eager to show 'something different' at Gold Cup

Gregg Berhalter's first competitive tournament as coach of the U.S. men's soccer team could mark an early turning point in his efforts to remake a program coming off its first failed World Cup qualifying campaign in more than three decades.

The Americans begin play in the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Tuesday in St. Paul, Minn., facing Guyana in the final group-play opener of the three-week, 16-team regional championship. The tournament kicked off Saturday at the Rose

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