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Topic - Mark Geiger
An American referee was picked to officiate at the World Cup for the first time since 2002.
For a moment Sunday, all was right in D.C. United's world. Then, as coach Ben Olsen put it, the "Geiger show" took over — as in referee Mark Geiger.