Callum Wilson scores England’s third goal as John Brooks of the Unites States tries to block the shot. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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It has been over a year since Bruce Arena resigned as head coach of the United States, and a 3-0 defeat to England Thursday showed they remain rudderless in the absence of a permanent replacement.It is an extraordinarily long time for a team to be left without direction and the players are among those looking for a new man to take charge.Four years ago in Brazil, the United States reached the last 16 of the World Cup with a team that impressed many neutrals with their fighting spirit and aggression.Those were the team's traditional qualities that were also evident in Bob Bradley's side at the 2010 World Cup and in the team that reached the quarterfinals in 2002 during Arena's first spell in charge.
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