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Topic - Jurgen Klinsmann
Jozy Altidore's disappointing first season with England's Sunderland has less than a month remaining, and it appears as though the American's struggles for playing time aren't finished.
Since returning to the World Cup in 1990 after a 40-year absence, the United States has alternated group-stage elimination with advancement to the knockout round.
For the first time since 1990, the United States heads to the biggest football tournament on the planet with no central defenders with World Cup experience.
Germany will have two of its former coaches trying to prevent it from winning Group G at the World Cup.
Jurgen Klinsmann was hired to transform American football.
U.S. versus Mexico lived up to its billing with the rivals battling to a 2-2 draw Wednesday night, and provided a possible glimpse into the future with 18-year-old Julian Green making his first national team appearance for the Americans.
Former German national team player and coach Berti Vogts has been hired by the U.S. national team as a special adviser to American coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Captain Clint Dempsey and all-time U.S. scoring leader Landon Donovan were among 22 players selected Wednesday to the national team for its April 2 game against Mexico in Glendale, Arizona.
Clint Dempsey will be a spectator for the next two weeks of Major League Soccer play. U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann might be the most upset about the decision.
Luring Bayern Munich teenage forward Julian Green to play his international soccer for the United States rather than Germany was a big catch for coach Jurgen Klinsmann, but it's also one that is probably more about the Americans' long-term future rather than this year's World Cup.
"This is going to be the foundation of the World Cup," U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann said in a video interview released Thursday by the U.S. Soccer Federation. "It's a dry climate. It's fresh air. We can add more sessions into that period than we usually would do."
Klinsmann said earlier this month that he plans to wait until the June 2 deadline before selecting the 23-man World Cup roster, hoping to foster a competitive camp for those trying to earn spots in Brazil.