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US Soccer taps former World Cup star Earnie Stewart as first GM

Three-time World Cup player Earnie Stewart was named Wednesday to the newly credited position of general manager for the U.S. men's national team program.

Stewart, a national soccer Hall of Famer, has spent more than three decades as a player, coach and administrator at the top levels of club and international soccer, in

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