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By CAITLIN MURRAY
With an active January behind them, the U.S. Men’s National Team is now just four months from the World Cup in Brazil.
Speaking to U.S. Soccer, coach Jurgen Klinsmann reflected on making the most of the start of 2014, from evaluating Major League Soccer players after a long break to the benefit of the USMNT’s two-week camp in Brazil. He also assesses his team’s performance against South Korea and what it means for the future.
American fans are excited about soccer and they see the USMNT’s development, Klinsmann added. He said fans notice, “that we’re trying to get it to the next level. We try to push younger players into that roster and we keep the door open for everybody.”
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