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Jozy Altidore is 31, and Josh Sargent, who turns 21 this month, is finding his way at Germany’s Werder Bremen.
“In many ways, I don’t want to say I expected it, but I think from the league’s perspective or players’, I think we knew it wasn’t going to go perfectly,” defenseman John Carlson said.
It’s changed me only in the way that it’s made me a better person.
You just stay attached when you’re trying to find your way, and that’s why I was happy.
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The Lifeline program in some ways has been a “lifesaver” financially, Valentine emphasized, but he said it recently has come with unexpected costs of its own.
He added Jane’s middle name because he liked the way it sounded.

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