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> Wasn't their a joke going around before the World Cup in 1994 about
> the US fans having wondered why in qualifying for previous World
> Cups, they
> had to play two teams in one day when drawn against Trinidad & Tobago?
> Well, it went around the UK......
LOL! Ouch. And they probably both beat us. ;-)
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