U.S., Jamaica wait to tip hands

August 17, 2004
By Marc Connolly
KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Twenty-four hours before the U.S. National Team takes on the Jamaicans in their first CONCACAF World Cup qualifying semifinal round match, and the Americans were nowhere to be found.

Oh, Bruce Arena and his side eventually got here, but it wasn't until later on Tuesday evening. It's part of the latest "get in and get out" philosophy the National Team seems to have employed as of late.

The question on most people's minds the past few days hasn't been when ...

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