Berhalter fixing U.S. woes on the training pitch

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ST. PAUL, Minnesota — United States manager Gregg Berhalter believes his team is “in a good spot” as it heads into its Gold Cup opener against Guyana.
The U.S. looked poor in both of its recent friendlies, a 1-0 loss to Jamaica and then a heavy 3-0 defeat to Venezuela. But a week’s worth of training has allowed the U.S. to not only gain fitness, but sharpness in terms of Berhalter’s tactical system.
“We’ve been working towards developing a starting XI for the last week, and we’re pretty much there,”…

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