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 Thursday, December 19, 2002 14:51 EST

Marc Connolly archive

  • Touch of Gray
    After a solid rookie season in MLS and a recent European tour with the Nike Project-40 team, Kelly Gray is poised to challenge for a roster spot on the U.S. Olympic team.

  • Simply the best
    Take a look back at the best highlights in a history-making year for the U.S. Men's National Team.

  • Breaking new ground
    The U.S. men's team played well as a unit against El Salvador despite many newcomers to the MLS-based roster.

  • A fresh start in D.C.
    U.S. coach Bruce Arena begins his long search in the nation's capital for players that will make up the 2006 World Cup roster.

  • Here's to you, Mr. Robinson
    American defender Eddie Robinson enjoyed a solid MLS season that earned him a spot on the U.S. National Team.

  • Variation on a theme
    The cast may look the same, but the U.S. Women's National Team is undergoing some dramatic changes ahead of the 2003 World Cup.

  • U.S. Open Cup alive and well
    The Crew and Galaxy delivered an entertaining and dramatic 2002 final.

  • Captain Cobi finally a cup champion
    Cobi Jones' hard work finally paid off for a much-deserved MLS championship.

  • Win or lose, Sigi a success
    One of the most respected coaches in the MLS, the Galaxy's Sigi Schmid gets another shot at his first MLS title.

  • Style meets grit in MLS Cup 2002
    Marc Connolly previews MLS Cup 2002 and picks his champion.

  • Friends and foes
    When the Revolution and Galaxy meet in MLS Cup 2002, there will be many connections among players from both sides, but none may be stronger than the one between the Revs' Taylor Twellman and Galaxy's Danny Califf.

  • Revs are Red, White and Brown
    The Revolution's magical ride from midseason doormat to MLS Cup 2002 finalist can be attributed to a variety of factors, but perhaps the biggest key has been the stifling goalkeeping of Adin Brown.

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