USA v Slovenia, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

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This is the game that matters the most for the United States. The team needs to send a message to the rest of the world that the 1-1 draw against England wasn’t a fluke. Here’s a game that has the opportunity to show what the United States men’s national team is made of. But can they do it on the big stage and grab a much-needed three points?

Take nothing away from Slovenia. They’re a tough, well-organized side.

Before, during and after the game, feel free to post your comments in the section below.

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