U.S. Soccer: One on One Conversation with Tony Meola

With the United States Men's National Team squaring off against the Argentina National Team in a friendly match tomorrow night at 7pm ET at the New Meadowlands Stadium, fans are looking forward to this epic encounter.

Also looking forward to this matchup is none other than former United States Men's National Team Goalkeeper of the 1990 and 1994 World Cups, Tony Meola.

In addition to representing the United States, Tony was also one of the founding players for the New York Metrostars when Major League Soccer started in 1996. From 1996-2006, Tony played for the New York Metrostars and the Kanas City Wizards (now Sporting KC), where he won the 2000 MLS Cup & Cup MVP, before finishing off his MLS career with the New York Red Bulls (formerly the New York Metrostars).

This reporter had the privilege and honor of talking with United States Goalkeeping legend Tony Meola, who took a moment out his busy schedule for a brief phone interview. 


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