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Name:Eddie Pope
Hometown:High Point, NC
Born:December 24, 1973 (45)
Height/Weight:6-0, 169
Position:Kicker
Notes:Men's Soccer, Football

Five things to know about U.S. men's soccer coach Gregg Berhalter
A standout in high school, Gregg Berhalter went on to play at North Carolina. There he played with more future MNT teammates in Eddie Pope...

Eddie Pope Named To U.S. Soccer All-Time Best XI
U.S. Soccer unveiled its All-Time Men's National Team Best XI on Friday to wrap up the Federation's celebration of its Centennial anniversary. Former North Carolina...

Eddie Pope Inducted Into National Soccer Hall Of Fame
Former Tar Heel All-America Eddie Pope was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame earlier this month. Pope was a first team All-America at...

Eddie Pope Named To USA Soccer Hall Of Fame
Three-time World Cup player and three-time MLS Champion Eddie Pope was named to the USA Soccer Hall of Fame on Tuesday as he appeared on...

Eddie Pope aims to put Soccer on solid ground
Long before David Beckham skipped over the pond to cash in on his celebrity status with American interests, Eddie Pope was a young, slim defender...

Leaving a lasting legacy
When Eddie Pope hangs up his cleats this fall, he'll be leaving future American defenders with, well, very big shoes to fill. The celebrated North...

Eddie Pope's 12th season will be his last, he says
As the sun sets on the glorious career of Eddie Pope, more and more it appears that Real Salt Lake's season also might slowly disappear...

Pope, who played in 3 World Cups, says he's retiring
Eddie Pope is retiring from international soccer competition, ending a career in which he played in three World Cups and the 1996 Olympics for the...

UNC alumnus passed up chance to play abroad to build soccer game at home
Eddie Pope looks with pride at the younger players surrounding him on the U.S. World Cup soccer team. Muscular defender Oguchi Onyewu, speedy forward Landon...

Meet the Americans: World Cup 2006: Gregg Berhalter
Gregg Berhalter joined the World Cup team on Thursday after the Americans learned that Cory Gibbs injured his right knee during their exhibition May 23...


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