Don Garber was not happy on Wednesday. The Major League Soccer commissioner called a hasty conference call to push back on U.S. Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s recent comments about MLS — and Garber pushed hard, demanding that Klinsmann stop making “detrimental” comments about the league.
Meanwhile, Klinsmann had high praise for some of his newer recruits on the USMNT. Klinsmann indicated he liked what he saw from Greg Garza, who now has three caps with the squad. Miguel Ibarra, the surprise call-up from NASL’s Minnesota United, also seemed to do well, with Klinsmann hinting a January camp call-up could happen.
And, the San Jose Earthquakes don’t need to finish this season before making big changes. They’ve seen enough and announced Dominic Kinnear will leave the Houston Dynamo to coach the Quakes next year.
Here is a recap of SBI’s coverage on Wednesday:
U.S. MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER