To be a world-class goalkeeper you need sure hands, good vision and great reflexes.
To that list Brad Guzan would add one more trait: “You have to have a short memory,” he said.
That is especially true of Guzan, who will start for the U.S. in Friday’s Copa America Centenario opener against Colombia less than three weeks after one of the most disappointing seasons of his professional career.
Playing for Aston Villa in the English Premier League, Guzan gave up a league-high 58 goals in 28 games. After pitching a shutout against Bournemouth in the first game, he didn’t win again as Aston Villa was relegated to the second-tier league for the first...