Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Juergen Klinsmann talks to US Soccer about coaching job

Klinsmann story updated here.

Jamie Trecker is reporting that former German boss Juergen Klinsmann has met with US Soccer concerning the Men's National team post. He says Klinsmann asked for $2 million a year and major changes "within U.S. Soccer, particularly with how the national teams programs are run, as a condition of his hiring."

Trecker says US Soccer did not like this suggestion.

But don't worry, US Soccer has back up coaches in mind. Here is Trecker's list: Columbus' Sigi Schmid, Houston's Dominic Kinnear and Manchester United assistant Carlos Queiroz.

I have to admit, this list is not as inspiring as I had hoped.



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