U.S. Men's Soccer Coach Might Be Worried About His Job
U.S. men's soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann managed to evade a World Cup group of death. But a recent slump means he might need a win to keep his post.By Carter Woodiel | October 8, 2015
The U.S. men's national soccer team has an important match in a sold-out venue Saturday night. But as match day approaches, fans aren't talking about the players on the field. They're talking about whether the coach might be losing his job.
There's a lot of speculation over whether Jurgen Klinsmann should be fired if his team loses Saturday's match, which just happens to be against U.S. arch rival Mexico. The winner gets a place in the 2017 Confederations Cup, an important international tournament held in the same venues as the next World Cup.
One person who thinks he should go is Landon Donovan, arguably the most famous American soccer player in history, who expressed his thoughts on Klinsmann to ESPN Tuesday. (Video via NBC Sports)