For all the criticism of Jurgen Klinsmann, the U.S. national team coach does have quite a few marks of success he can tick off when it comes time to tally up
his tenure. The USA's first wins at Italy, the Netherlands and Germany, to begin with. But nothing compares with his success against Mexico, which has endeared him to U.S. faithful.
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"Certainly when you talk about the United States in a bigger way, one of the beautiful things about our country is the ability for people from all over the world to come here and live and work and, in
some ways, make new lives for themselves. And that’s something that I’m personally very proud of, so when it means in a footballing sense that every now and then we play with a few less
fans, we deal with it.”
-- Midfielder Michael Bradley, talking about the split between Mexican and USA fans expected at the Rose Bowl Saturday for the Concacaf Cup