Thursday, August 23, 2007
For the first time in nearly twenty years, goalkeeper Kasey Keller doesn’t have a team…. And that’s just fine with him. Arguably the most accomplished American player ever, Keller talks with Soccer365’s Lars Lifrak about what it will take to get him back on the pitch. He also looks back at a career that has spanned four World Cup appearances and success at the club level in three of the biggest leagues in the world.
(And 20 years ago he also had a nice Kentucky Waterfall...Tennessee Tophat...Soccer Rocker...Neck Blanket...Louisiana Purchase...Missouri Compromise...Mississippi Mudflap...Canadian Passport...McGuyver...)
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