Photos: American Outlaws Pour Onto 33rd Street After U.S. Soccer Team Win
Being a U.S. soccer fan isn't easy -- in fact, it's pretty tough -- but wins like the one the world saw on Monday against Ghana during the team's opening game of World Cup (against the run of play, with two key players injured, with a striker possessing a freshly broken nose) make it all worth while.
At Jack Demsey's (36 W. 33rd Street in Manhattan), home of the New York chapter of the American Outlaws supporters group, fans poured out of the bar and onto the street after the win. Photos by Emily Tan for the Village Voice.
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