U.S. Soccer aims to extend firsts trend at Jamaica
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Bocanegra said a win in Jamaica would just serve as more proof of where U.S. soccer is heading, especially as it keeps evolving under Klinsmann.
"We’ve continuously just gotten better and better," Bocanegra said. "It’s nice. We’re being able to raise our standards and we’re going in the right direction. ... National team’s getting better, MLS is getting better, and it’s translating to the bigger picture on the global stage for us. So yeah, we’re definitely confident. But we know it’s going to be a very tough game down there."
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