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Topic - Erik Darm
For those doubting the growth of soccer in the United States, look no further than Manchester United's 2-1 victory over Barcelona at FedEx Field on Saturday.
"Just look at what happened recently, people were freaking out over football being locked out,"
Darm said that he knew Barcelona fans who woke up as early as 3 a.m. Friday to greet the team at the airport after its arrival.