Chris Wondolowski Exclusive: MLS MVP Talks Playoffs, USMNT, Red Cards, More

Even when you're the reigning Major League Soccer MVP, you never forget the bad calls—no matter how long ago they happened.

San Jose Earthquakes and United States national team striker Chris Wondolowski, who was named MLS MVP after a stellar 2012 season, spoke with B/R world football lead writer Michael Cummings by phone on Monday.

As he continued preparations ahead of the 2013 regular season, which begins March 3 for San Jose, Wondolowski spoke about personal accolades (and there were many in 2012), the playoffs, his chances with the national team, turning 30 and one very bad call he remembers from his high school days.

So what happened to make Wondo remember the incident more than a decade later? Read on to find out.


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