When the final whistle blew confirming the final of NYCFC 3, Red Bulls 2 on Sunday at Yankee Stadium, the winning coach hugged his star player so hard you immediately wondered two things: Was Patrick Vieira going to inadvertently injure David Villa with his death grip? And, would Vieira ever let go? “It was all...
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