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What They're Saying
December 19th, 2012 2:19AM
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"There's a job I'd rather have. Besides, I know current coach [Jurgen Klinsmann] well. He knows I want it and he doesn't care! This job is the coach of the United States. I'd like to see the country. Plus, the Americans always qualify [for the World Cup]. South America? That's paradise, but [Concacaf] is even easier. You play Canada, you play Mexico, you take a walk around the islands. And you have to admit it, the Americans work hard. Physically, they are impressive."

-- Raymond Domenech, the disgraced coach of the 2010 World Cup French national team coach on why he's holding out for the U.S. national team coaching job rather than taking the job at French club Rennes. (But)



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  1. Allan Lindh
    commented on: December 19, 2012 at 3:49 p.m.
    Thanks but no thanks. Dom Kinnear will be the next USMNT coach.

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