March Group C Qualifiers came to an end, not without controversy. OTF’s Joe Maskivish sums up the two matches against Guatemala…
Group C Qualification picks up for the Nats with a home-and-home matchup against Guatemala. OTF’s Joe Maskivish tells us how this CONCACAF clash looks from his view… Continue reading
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US National Team Coach and Technical Director Jurgen Klinsmann has taken on the role of punching bag since July. It has been the rockiest stretch of his tenure so far, following a fourth-place finish in the 2015 CONACAF Gold Cup, a crucial loss to Honduras by the U-23s in Olympic soccer qualifying, and then last Saturday’s defeat to Mexico for a berth in the 2017 Confederations Cup. One of Klinsmann’s former players, Landon Donovan, suggested that this degree of failure would cost a coach his job in another country.
After the U.S. did not make the Gold Cup final earlier this year, it was clear that Jurgen Klinsman had been given a longer leash than previous National Team coaches like Bob Bradley and Bruce Arena. Now, after the US loss to Mexico on Saturday night and their match against Costa Rica tonight, we ask the OTF Staff: What changes (if any) need to be made to improve the United States Men’s National Team?