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it was great but ultimately i'm proud because i was part of a moment and a group of guys and just eight a revolution if you will that changed the way my country views soccer because it was the first time a lot of people ever saw soccer played at the highest level. in. central america the growth of panama and costa rica does that surprise you very much. every region with it be south america europe north america you have the traditional beacons is that now being challenged by the smaller countries i think all over the world the smaller countries. are doing pretty well to organize themselves and be hard to play against and go into qualification and go into tournament's with a real plan so. you don't see so many situations where teams are
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just getting along apart anymore i mean i think teams can hold together better and so that's a challenge to the to the top teams because if you're the better team on the day your ability to not only get control but. open teams up may chance to score goals. in germany still doesn't well that's one of the reasons that they're always in the top group. in other parts of the world you see you see challenges argentina's qualifying wasn't so easy so regardless of where you come from the challenge of having a team that can step on the field in a real ideas and a real sense of purpose and do it game in a game out that's still there for people to to work towards foresee a time when the u.s. will get to semifinals finals and win the biggest trophy in the. again we have had occasional moments of reach and semifinals and finals but not consist. and so that
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climb to be in the top tier if you think about the men's international football. germany's always in the top tier i'll even say argentina brazil are always in the top tier england has been then they're not even france even spain. you know the achievement of spain to push into that group and stay there in this last period has been fantastic. there's no secret there it's work from bottom to top and top to bottom. the league has helped. you now see a greater focus on youth development but i don't think that across all neighborhoods we're reaching out making sure all kids have opportunities in the game that the right ones are identified and push forward in the right ways that they get the enough of the right kind of training so i think we've got some decent starting points but across. the board in every way i think we just have to get
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better and you know that's that's no different than many other countries around the world you know the disappointment is. you almost can't put it into words it's it was expected because in this region some mexico really should be qualifying every time and it was the way we didn't qualify to get to go in the trinidad and to play with so little emotion. which is never something that we had a problem this is a surprise to the states is the big player in the region among so many. nations were trying to recruit problem all this only floyd not seriously you know no i think they did because i think the they recognize that the region is getting better and some of the central american teams are getting better and they're getting better in great part because of him alas so many of their players play here. it's hard to put a finger on but there was just there's always been this grip with the national team that no matter what happens it will. through if there is
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a better team we can still be them and this team just didn't seem to have that especially in trinidad why i'm not sure but it is there's been finger pointing we just had an election today for a new u.s. soccer president leading up to that the rhetoric has just been believe a bull in some people wanting to blow everything up and start from scratch others realizing that it's not about blowing things up it's about finding what working and building on and finding out what's not working and making sure that's better. this baby and. say this on march eighteenth vote with your remote to zante for special coverage of the russian presidential election exit polls opinions real time results monitoring and much more. coming of
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a very artful policy towards russia where he's established of great relationship with food and a killer america mistakes i think in the literature of this relationship between russia and china the bits are. quite alarming can be quite thick and would be quite difficult to undermine. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox swiss customs are here permanently all the science is controlled by them and they impose the opening times. opposite the possibilities from these all plus the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe must to pieces by artists like pecans oh and modigliani i kept boards and sold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally
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discreet commercially discreet felt but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets a kept inside the geneva freeport says physician that you'll never obtain an inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousand is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. you see it. is a. church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it quite literally i like to call this the geographic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator is simply moves him to
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a different spot were the previous standards not known highest ranks of the catholic church conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that of that's known as the i don't think that i think you'll hear that it used to say i don't think. it's faith. if. it. helps. it. if. it.
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came. galaxy founded in ninety ninety six we're going to chance of course from the manager of the newly formed los angeles. so shall we want to journalists who are of course the men's national team not qualifying for the free world cup in the
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summer. to be joined by the skull fracture of. skull first about the. plane fifteen years ago. aston villa diaby was on a pre-season. and we played the newly formed los angeles galaxy. six so the ground. must be quite noisy when you're all patched up a new quote. and see a burgeoning rivalry of the decades to come you know it is and what's really great is that the way he has come out there doing everything right they're building an organization that's meant to last because we had another team here just a few years ago chivas usa which was built in the way you don't want to build a club and so won't want to die you do wrong in your opinion. one they didn't look at the marketplace and understand what it was that they should be doing the they really targeted one club with
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a lot of the heart and that takes half the mexicans in los angeles out of it because they're rooting for america they did not put a lot of money into the team itself it was it was an affiliate of guadalajara that they didn't care a lot about aliyev see has real money behind it it's got people who really care behind it and they've just gone out and they've been first class all the way. in the united states as i so can i shouldn't. move forward absolutely one thing that i think that a lot of the world understand doesn't. and is that us is a soccer and isn't. it just that not everyone necessarily follows the same thing some people follow him unless some e.p.l. some watch just the world cup some follow the mexican league so you've got all these diverse interests and the number of soccer fans here is a minute i would i would estimate it's probably somewhere around fifty million people who actually follow soccer regularly and that's the population of a lot of these countries there is a need for us to come together and to figure out what's the best way as
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a nation to go forward and it's difficult when you're as big as we are and stylistically the game is played so differently on the east coast and it is over here and figuring out how to how to bridge all these things together it's. something i don't have the answers i'm hoping that someone smarter than me does america is a soccer country america has a soccer culture and america has a soccer history the american soccer community is passionate it's discerning. i think it's one of the most educated it has to be because the inevitable compare and contrast with the rest of the world and i think to have that moment twenty twenty six to say wow ninety four was great but you ain't seen nothing yet and i think it will be a wonderful place not just domestically for people to celebrate what soccer has become but internationally for everybody to come and to see how our country has changed over that twenty years how our culture is changed over the twenty some years and really celebrate a game that is in my estimation as american as football as baseball as hockey as
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basketball as anything that we have it. in the early years growth followed by declining growth and decline a little bit of figuring out things the real turning point was david beckham coming here you know from that point on this league has been growing from string to string brought a lot of a lot of attention to the league from elsewhere and he also made players around the world say whom you know this is something to look at and m.l.s. is a ball from their you know the bringing up of the targeted allocation money that they've . now some of the meat mechanisms to build rosters they've gone out and they're bringing in really good young players especially from south america is becoming a league that players want to come and play and because it's a great lifestyle here it's a good league it's a competitive league the worst team in this league can beat the best team in this league on any day. if there was one moment he could buckle on the pitch off the pitch pre-match. view into eternity
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a world cup finals tournament what would it be. well for me it was. in two thousand and south africa you know we all talked about getting out of the group. in the third match against algeria landon's goal we had pushed through the whole game we had some things go against us in that group but we never stopped pushing and when he scored late the feeling that we shared on the field knowing that we had won our group that was very very special and you know that's part of representing your country knowing how many people at home are going crazy at that moment because you. accomplished something as a team that they all have been part of. but broadly thank you very much for joining me on the stan collymore show a fantastic. good thank you very much thank you. on
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the pitch or off the pitch nine hundred ninety four. one thing. for you is that individuals could be on the pitch with. a two things right number one just to illustrate how focused and how. insulated you are in a world cup a couple years ago i was sitting around with some guys in one thousand nine hundred four and they started talking about things that they remember and some of them brought up the fact. i said what i know about henry kissinger i remember that this is this this legend this political legend and this this international legend and they started talking about it and now in the recesses of your mind starts to start to come back and reconsider who was vital in terms of getting the world cup to the united states in ninety four in the silverdome in detroit which is by way ten minutes away from where i grew up grew up so was full circle he came into the locker room and shook everybody's hand and these memories started flooding back and
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i was also focused a player on the being exactly what i could about anybody remember that doc said it's good to meet you but i got to go out there face was like the other thing is and it's a little different than not remember henry kissinger this is what i do remember doing shots of tequila with the guys from metallica after the game against brazil. and i was but i was a good. privily twenty minutes each a few you can see the passion coming from every pool it also gives them a wonderful excuse to come see. the redhead to the beach and he decided to wear jeans and a long shirt i mean man oh man. so much better to like to say. we've got a fantastic. in the hills we've got a little surprise for the little traits cause. thank you i've always.
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have drama like a. lot of we need. to. do is i'm pleased you know responsibility. you know what i mean i want to slow down. fast. this is not the same as the last. time as i. just do it to control. it's a miracle the traditional. muslim. listen to. me. is different. and out here doing this is at a clip it's not enough to. get what i'm going to need for many just fell
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asleep it's slow coming and i might. like to do so when i got a. cab at any. time. just like to try. to get a chance to. meet .
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the firing of rex tillerson at the state department surprised a few killers and was often described as bland and on numerous occasions out of step with his boss donald trump the nomination of michael peo to replace him as any player. no not once not. on the floor is often not done one minute and a time the definition is enough i'm by any. one thinking i need.
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to take in the equal city. and then you can't really bring. how we think i'm. going to do now will not be. sat. in this just feeling this one means i love this guy you know the deep. he's just numb tokio find it he's going to keep going. to like. his look was because did it because he didn't seem quite a cultural figure from the premise.
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eleven follows and leaves serious. in the largest exodus since militants took control of the area. also in our headlines this hour t.v. news hour britain and its allies bomb together over claims moscow's behind the poisoning of former spice. and his daughter of the british foreign secretary saying russia's tone in its response is enough to pin the blame on the kremlin. which just two days before russians vote in the presidential election our team looks at how somewhere. doing exactly what russia has long been accused of interfering. for cops california is refusing to serve uniformed officers and it's just one of
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a number in the u.s. which are vetting their customers. a.t.m. here in moscow this friday march the sixteenth welcome international i mean an o'neill nearly eleven thousand people have managed to escape the militant controlled syrian enclave of eastern using it russia's sponsored humanitarian corridors it is the biggest number to have a factor waited from the embattled area in one day but it's been tough to get to this stage and he explains. at first it was only a trickle of civilians fleeing syria's rebel held territory of eastern data it's now become a flood thousands have been given safe passage out of the embattled and clave.
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for. the fifth in august in august and you know more of the. mother said she did not know about one woman from moody i'm sure you look you know. her. daughter just i'm doing. a lot of the why don't know chloral little know that there we do say that we had to learn another service army and laura do you know what. men women and children struggle with the way to their belongings some was seen carrying injured relatives this mass evacuation could be
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a pivotal moments an end to the region suffering the push by russia on syria to establish this humanitarian corridor however with snubbed out fest russia has called for these jokes like humanitarian corridors russia needs to just do what the united nations had agreed to and voted on and that is a countrywide cease fire but russia insisted it was a positive step one that just needed time and it was a struggle initially some of the militants were reportedly threatening to punish those trying to leave and shutting the path to safety there are even accounts of insurgents hiding in civilian houses taking people hostage and using them as human shields. when i met him when we left eastern ghouta he was so difficult when we tried to leave earlier we were not allowed as it was controlled by terrorists. terrorists use people as human shields then they wouldn't let us fully they hid
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behind our backs we wanted to leave a year in the half ago but they wouldn't let us so there were militants from. which is all kind of there they killed everyone who spoke against them they took them and killed them they killed my cousin and his two sons things are improving though the russian military says the situation in parts of eastern computer has significantly stabilized over the past few days but that work is far from over but . as long as people keep leaving the area we will keep on working and stay here until we see the last person leave a mortar yaar. but it's a bargaining game at times the syrian government and russia have had to agree to allow safe passage to rebel fighters in order to get the civilians out its hopes that the rebels crumbling grip on power in the region along with a deliveries and evacuations will soon bring to
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a close one of the most brutal chapters in the syrian conflicts honey she says he will write getting aid into eastern ghouta is proving as difficult as getting residents out. mortar rounds hit near red crescent truck sales volunteers on loaded fresh food parcels and bags of flour the delivery was resumed shortly afterwards thursday's joint aid convoy brought essential to almost thirty thousand people in the syrian town of dilma the president of the red cross was also there to witness the conditions residents are living in. talk to many people here sorry years council members you know order to have an impression of what the difficulties are for the people living here encircled them in need of almost everything by tim
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rice and. also to see that at the end of the work these lacking. the driest i mean the parties to the common make. also the concentration of the needs of the civilian population which is really suffering in which next everything. eastern came under rebel control in twenty twelve since then the syrian army has been trying to recapture the area fighting intensified last month militants have been driven into three pockets with the syrian government now holding large parts of the territory but the situation for civilians trapped in the embattled areas remains dire. we know there is if we wish and when we are defeated or is in the c.b.d. and we've were there we'll leave this is the same story with these two bottles who are we know from our experience a lot of evidence is a lot of people talking what happened with them with these terrorists the where the
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hostage is nothing but i think lee near the other side there were is these a western campaign why they are not held in these people who are docked more than one week in a complain that they are interested in. the diplomatic row between britain and russia has deepened over the past twenty four hours with prime minister treason may promising more sanctions over the poisoning of former double agent circus cripple since the u.k. directly blamed moscow for the incident its allies have lined up to back her claim here's a look at some of the evidence being target which might be swaying their minds. i'm afraid the evidence is overwhelming that it is russia and something by the way in the kind of smug sarcastic response that we've heard from
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the russians that to me indicates their fundamental guilt. france shares britain's assessment that there is no other plausible explanation and reiterate its solidarity with its ally. this is not an isolated incident russia failed to ensure syria destroyed is collect a weapons program. to track consoles for it has taken place against the backdrop of a reckless. russian behave. many years russia these sells pretty boys and everyone seems to have made up their minds and the u.k.'s foreign secretary was blodgett inventive stereotypes in its blatant russian this the nerve agent sends a signal to all who may be thinking of dissent in the intensifying repression of
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putin's russia nobody chalk the new noxious scare a nerve agent with obvious russian ness the chemicals even being featured in a t.v. spy thriller in a standoff between the u.k. agents and russians the show is marketed using the slogan diplomacy is overrated he is slick about some. gas that was on the head of the truck through it. to say. thank you for finding force again we're off to be taking another tour for ourselves t.v. and cinema have made the. the secret service is poisoning people plot an international feature after all even the most british of all agents james bond has also found himself amid some talks and driven storylines.
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so are we having a case of blatant bond business here but this is of course all fiction it didn't happen in reality you avoid the culprits with the tainted record the one that stands out is the cia one of the key targets cuba has of late come undone t. fidel castro among the hundreds of alleged assassination attempts were cigars laced with poison and a contaminated pen so could these cells brew poisoning be blatant americanness one could stretch this logic beyond any reason and say for example the u.k. has been honing your skills in the death by chemicals business since shakespeare's macbeth busted blatant englishness the cia james bond shakespeare one thing all of my theories have and.


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