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The United States will not play in the next World Cup, the first since 1995. The North American team failed to win the last qualifying tournament, and this non-qualification led to the resignation of USA Eagles coach Gary Gold. USA Rugby announces that a “comprehensive high performance review” will be conducted on the men’s and women’s teams.

Ross Young, head of USA Rugby, responded to this resignation: “I would first like to thank Gary Gold for his dedication, passion and service to the USA Eagles team since his arrival in 2017. He has the greatest achievement of any coach to date, taking the team to its highest world ranking in 2018 (12th). Gary Gold’s passion for this program is absolutely unquestionable and we will always be grateful to him.”

To summarize

The USA is not playing in the World Cup for the first time since 1995. This situation prompted the coach of the Eagles, Gary Gold, to give up his apron.
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