What I learned: Carl Robinson
Air Date: Jun 17, 2014 12:00 AM ET
Carl Robinson was born in Wales, and is now the head coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps. Growing up in England, soccer was a way of life, and he's hopeful that someday Wales will make it to the World Cup, so he can coach for his homeland.
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