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U.S. soccer team practices without several key players

A grueling two-month stretch for the U.S. men's national soccer team began in Miami on Wednesday with a skeleton crew of a team.

Just 11 players were at coach Bob Bradley's disposal on the team's first day of preparation for World Cup qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Honduras next Wednesday and Saturday, respectively.

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