U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann reviews 2013 as the USA gets ready to learn its World Cup group at the FIFA World Cup Draw in Brazil.
Luiz Felipe Scolari, the manager of Brazil’s national soccer team, is obviously not the first coach to lead a team playing the World Cup on its home soil; the host receives an automatic berth. He is also not the first coach to lead one of the tournament favorites in a home World Cup; Jurgen Klinsmann [...]
he U.S. Men’s National Team fell to Austria 1-0 at Ernst-Happel-Stadion to cap off its 2013 campaign. Austria’s Marc Janko scored the game’s lone goal in the 33rd minute after a nice attacking build-up from the hosts.
The U.S. Men’s National Team fell to Austria 1-0 at Ernst-Happel-Stadion to cap off its 2013 campaign. Austria’s Marc Janko scored the game’s lone goal in the 33rd minute.
His final proving ground is still in the future, yet the just-concluded campaign managed by Jurgen Klinsmann may be the most productive yet attained by the U.S. men.
PANAMA CITY, Panama – When the clock hit 90 minutes, the Estadio Rommel Fernández was gearing up to celebrate an improbable fourth-place finish in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, and a playoff date with New Zealand that could’ve booked the country’s first-ever World Cup appearance.
Just minutes later, two US goals left the stadium in stunned silence.
Panama was about 90 seconds from beating the United States and advancing to a playoff against New Zealand for a World Cup berth. The fans at Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City were ready to start a nationwide celebration.
And then the Americans stunned not just an opponent, but an entire country.