Klinsmann keeps composure despite interrupting cow
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] For all the ways in which Costa Ricans might make the USA's visit for Friday's World Cup qualifier uncomfortable, a cow mascot's
shenanigans wasn't one we predicted.
U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann -- who for much of the interview was praising the attributes of his team's foe -- managed to ignore the
interrupting cow after practice on a field owned by local dairy cooperative Dos Pinos.
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