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Exclusive video of Jurgen Klinsmann from U.S. Soccer

February 16, 2012 12:00 AM


Dear US Youth Soccer Members,

REMINDER:  Jurgen Klinsmann will speak at the US Youth Soccer Workshop taking place in Boston this Friday at 8:00 a.m. ET at the Hynes Convention Center.  Learn more about the Workshop where experts in the game will lead educational sessions for coaches and administrators in classroom and on-field environments.

U.S. Soccer is pleased to offer you the opportunity to view and share an in-depth interview featuring U.S. Men's National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. During this extended interview, Klinsmann shares his vision for the program by discussing topics such as player development, team building and performance testing.

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After six months in the position, Klinsmann forges ahead with instilling new ideas and building a team that will have a style of play that reflects the very best that the United States has to offer. To accomplish his goals, he continues to reach out to all members of the soccer community so that all voices will be heard.

"This process does not only belong to the National Team," said Klinsmann. "I deeply believe that is critical we engage all the soccer constituents in this country, from coaches to fans to members of the media. After all, this team belongs to all of us! By continually exchanging ideas, we ensure that no stone is unturned in our effort to develop a team that represents what America is all about. More importantly, we are all inspired to continue to grow the game in the United States as best we can."

Watch the interview on - Entire Interview | Individual Topics
Watch the interview on YouTube - Entire Interview | Individual Topics

If you have any questions or comments about these videos, please don't hesitate to contact U.S. Soccer at



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