U.S. head coach Bob Bradley put the team through the paces for a little more than an hour, hoping to break a sweat and get the travel out of their legs. As expected, security at the stadium was heavy, and there were many curious onlookers in the otherwise empty seats. Press from as far apart as Australia and New York got their first shot at interviews, and the international press were once again pleasantly surprised by the access and openness of the players.
The group is back on the field tomorrow for a 3 p.m. session that is open to the general public. U.S. Soccer and the State Department are hosting about 300 kids from various local charities for the event. We'll have photos and video tomorrow from what should be a very special day.
We managed to sneak a couple of photos from today's cold and wet training session through the hamster wheel ..