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Soccer: Stuart Holden making way back on U.S. team
Soccer » Oft-injured midfielder set to play in Gold Cup quarter.

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"It doesn’t really matter what you have done in the past," said Holden, who was born in Scotland but grew up in Sugar Land, Texas. "I get on the field and I have to show what I can do now, and what I can for this team.

"I put the most pressure on myself to perform, and I don’t think about anything from anywhere else. I am here to contribute in whatever way I can."

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Gold Cup quarterfinals

O USA vs. El Salvador, at Baltimore, Sunday, 2 p.m. TV » Ch. 13

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