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America struggles to explain soccer: bad math April 11, 2010

Posted by Alex Tomchak Scott in America struggles to explain soccer.
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Here’s a quote from a June 11, 2006, profile of Brian Ching in the Honolulu Advertiser.

He is the first from Hawai’i to accomplish so much: to play for the U.S. National Team, score at the elite level, get drafted by a Major League Soccer team, and most recently, be selected for a roster spot for the World Cup, an event so popular worldwide that it has been described as “March Madness times 3 billion.”

Emphasis mine.

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