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Topic - Clarence Goodson
Clarence Goodson led the U.S. soccer team onto the Stanford Stadium field for Day 1 of World Cup training, about 20 paces ahead of teammates.
Back with the San Jose Earthquakes after their nearly monthlong stint on the U.S. national team and training in Sao Paulo, Clarence Goodson and Chris Wondolowski believe Brazil will be ready for the World Cup stage come June.
Clarence Goodson and Joe Corona scored during an eight-minute span of the first half, and the United States cruised past El Salvador 5-1 Sunday.
For Maurice Edu and Clarence Goodson of the U.S. national team, Monday's training session at Ludwig Field was a throwback, a return to the University of Maryland stomping grounds they once roamed before representing their country at the pinnacle of their sport.
Defender Clarence Goodson, a member of the U.S. World Cup team, has signed a three-year contract with the Danish club Brondby.
"He's a calm player, a guy that of course brings good leadership and good experience," fellow U.S. defender Clarence Goodson said. "That's hard to beat. He's a guy who doesn't make many mistakes. I think he's a great addition to any team. I think he will make the World Cup team and I think he'll do a good job and have a good chance to play."
"It's been good. Of course there's differences between America and Europe. For me it's been good to be able to come back here and settle down and have a good group of guys to train with and be with," Goodson said. "It's been nice for my family as well to have some security, to have some nice weather. That's been a bit of a change."