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USSF's Gulati Says No Major Hurdles In Moving Ukraine Friendly
Published March 5, 2014
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While Gulati admitted the match, which will be broadcast on ESPN2, comes after “a very difficult two weeks,” he noted things have been much more difficult for the Ukrainian people as opposed to those merely preparing for a soccer match. Gulati: “For us, it’s an important preparation match … but it pales in comparison in importance to the things that are going on in Ukraine.” He added, “We’ve just had to deal with the potential of whether a soccer game is going to be played and where.”