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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jurgen Klinsmann
One banner in the stands read "Ukraine is Undivided!" on the top and "One Country - One Team!" on the bottom. Ukrainian fans sang their nation's anthem in the final moments, and some broke into a chant of "No war in Ukraine!" after the final whistle.
The match had been overshadowed by the turmoil in Ukraine and its players said before the game that they were dedicating it to their people back home.
Defender Oguchi Onyewu got his first start since summer when the United States played Ukraine on Wednesday night in an exhibition game moved to Larnaca, Cyprus, from Kharkiv because of political trouble.
Ukraine's national football team gave its troubled country something to cheer about on Wednesday when it beat the United States 2-0 in an international friendly.
For years, Chris Wondolowski waited for this chance. He kept pushing through training as he was passed over to play for his country, hoping the opportunity would eventually come.
American midfielder Fabian Johnson appears to have recovered from a broken hand, which should please U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Aron Johannsson's opportunistic goal on a lunging header between two defenders in Dutch league action last weekend provided the latest evidence that he could emerge as an American scoring threat in Brazil this June.
Timmy Chandler became the latest World Cup hopeful to suffer an injury setback over the weekend, another potential blow to the U.S. team's depth as it prepares for a friendly at Ukraine next month.
A little more than four months before the U.S. World Cup opener, Clint Dempsey is trying to regain his form.
Chris Wondolowski took full advantage of his opportunity to impress, scoring both of the United States' goals in a 2-0 exhibition win against South Korea over the weekend.
Klinsmann said the game offered him the chance to glean valuable information about individual players and the team to better prepare for the World Cup in Brazil.
"It's understandable that collectively, it's not clicking, it would be half a miracle if we would click," Klinsmann said of a defense that was playing together for the first time. "It was difficult for a lot of players to get into a rhythm."