Nothing defines Fabian Johnson better than versatility. It is one reason why the German-American was such a coveted addition to the U.S. national team in 2011. Johnson can shift between midfield and left back with ease. “It’s not tough,” Johnson said. “It’s just a different role that I have to play. I’ve played it a lot of times, so it won’t make any difference to the team or to me.” Johnson’s versatility could be valuable once again when the United States takes on Honduras in a 2014 World Cup qualifying match tonight at the home of Real Salt Lake of MLS ( 5:30 p.m., ESPN). – AP
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