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ASN Morning Read: Jurgen Klinsmann Under Pressure?

Cue David Bowie. A couple big names in the United States soccer media world are hearing that the men's national team head coach might be in trouble if results go against him this weekend.
BY Noah Davis Posted
November 11, 2015
8:40 AM
  • Two pieces arguing that Jurgen Klinsmann is on thin ice and could be out if he doesn't get results over the next two qualification games. The consensus seems to be that four points from the two games will keep him safe, which makes sense, but we'll see. If, and that's a huge if, you're going to fire him, this would be the time to do it. 

  • Some dummy with an argument that Bobby Wood should start over Jozy Altidore.

  • The World Cup will have 40 teams if FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino gets his way. Which, given all the other stuff FIFA dreams up, isn't the worst idea in the world.

  • Andi Herzog Names 19 to Under-23 Camp in Brazil

  • Speaking of Brazil:
  • Bob Bradley will coach Le Havre, which sits in fourth place in the French second division. In typical Bradley fashion, he said "becoming head coach of the HAC, France’s oldest football club, is a new challenge in my career."

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