The USA-Mexico rivalry will remain decidedly one-sided for a while yet

Much work is to be done in US men’s soccer before they are able to compete with El Tri, let alone make an impact at the World Cup

Imagine you have a Formula One team, and you hire five-time champion Lewis Hamilton with much hoopla. Then you hand him your grandmother’s old station wagon to race.

US men’s soccer coach Gregg Berhalter may not be Lewis Hamilton. But the US men at the moment are, if not an old station wagon, then a machine that needs a good deal of tinkering before it can keep up with regional rival Mexico, let alone make an impact at the World Cup.

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