Chase Spurlock, left, and Brittany Phiper wince inside Jefferson's Restaurant on Georgia Avenue after watching a replay of U.S. captain and first goal-scorer Clint Dempsey getting kicked in the face during the Americans' World Cup opener against Ghana in Brazil. The Chattanooga chapter of the American Outlaws soccer fan club gathered at Jefferson's and watched the U.S. win 2-1.
Chase Spurlock, left, and Brittany Phiper wince inside Jefferson's Restaurant on Georgia Avenue after watching a replay of U.S. captain and first goal-scorer Clint Dempsey getting kicked in the face during the Americans' World Cup opener against Ghana in Brazil. The Chattanooga chapter of the American Outlaws soccer fan club gathered at Jefferson's and watched the U.S. win 2-1.
Photo by Erin O. Smith .
published Monday, June 16th, 2014
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Jefferson's Restaurant was packed to the brim with red, white and blue for the United States' victory in its World Cup opener Monday evening against Ghana. The American Outlaws led the energetic gathering with chants, songs and cheers throughout the thrilling contest.

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