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Report: Jurgen Klinsmann Will Be Named Next U.S. Men’s Soccer Coach (UPDATE: It’s Officially Official)
UPDATE: Officially a done deal. Klinsmann’s talking about how he’s excited for the opportunity and everything. How will he fare? Well, we’re about to find out.
Bob Bradley has been fired as coach of the US Men’s soccer team. According to ussoccer.com, US Soccer President Sunil Gulati announced that Bradley has been relieved of his duties. During his five years as head coach of the USMNT, Bradley compiled a 43-25-12 record. We’ll be the first to nominate Bradley doppelganger and SI writer Grant Wahl as his replacement. [USsoccer]
After a successful 2010 World Cup that saw the United States win its group for the first time since 1930, U.S. head coach Bob Bradley has been retained through 2014. But is it the right move for the team’s future?
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The question that seems to loom largest in the wake of the United States’ exit from the World Cup is: What now? Part one of a three part series looks at the potential fate of coach Bob Bradley.