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Klinsmann: 'It's a never-ending process'
January 3rd, 2014 1:31PM
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[USA MEN] Jurgen Klinsmann says he'll probably cut down the initial January camp roster, currently at 26, to 23 for the trip to Brazil. The national team will leave Jan. 13 after a week in Southern California to train at Sao Paulo FC, where it will be based at the World Cup. Listen to what he has to say about the camp and what he hopes his players will get out of it.



Klinsmann said the players, all but one on MLS clubs, were picked based on their 2013 seasons. Describing it as "a never-ending process," he said it was exciting to see if several players could break into the "inner circle of the national team."


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  1. Zoe Willet
    commented on: January 4, 2014 at 12:33 a.m.
    I admire Klinsmann incredibly! Intelligent,a consummate strategist. We will be playing against some incredible national teams at the World Cup, but if anyone can help the US team to advance, maybe to the quarterfinals (I don't dare hope to the semi-finals), it is surely he.

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