5 Reasons USMNT Will Be Better in 2014 World Cup Than 2010

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5 Reasons USMNT Will Be Better in 2014 World Cup Than 2010
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Now that the United States men's national team has officially qualified for the 2014 World Cup with its win last week over Mexico, all eyes are turning to Brazil and the opening of the world's biggest tournament in nine months. 

In the 2010 World Cup, the United States topped their group, which included historic power England. And although they lost a disappointing game to Ghana in the Round of 16, they represented the U.S. well.

Now, four years later, the USMNT is primed to do even better.

Here are five reasons why.

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