USMNT’s Cameron says Stoke needs to “rectify” Spurs blowout

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Stoke City mainstay Geoff Cameron says the club held a dressing room meeting following the club’s 4-0 setback against Tottenham Hotspur.

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The USMNT veteran, 31, made his first appearance of 2017 following an MCL injury, but couldn’t celebrate that 15-minute substitute appearance thanks to the blowout at the hands of Spurs.

From The Stoke Sentinel:

“We have to bounce back straight away,” he said. “We said in the locker room at White Hart Lane that we can’t let it define our season. We need to get our attitudes right, get focused and make sure we rectify that this coming Saturday.”

Cameron also said that he came through his “redebut” just fine, aside from a sort of soreness that comes from a return to match intensity.

That’s good news for the Yanks, who will need a fit and firing Cameron in March’s huge World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Honduras.