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Jurgen Klinsmann's big ploy

Updated: July 1, 2014, 4:36 PM ET
By Julie Foudy | espnW.com

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Never before has a U.S. men's team advanced to the knockout round in consecutive World Cups. Never. Yet when this U.S. team got out of the much-publicized group of death, it was not surprise or relief or even reflection that we heard from the players -- it was hunger.

"We want more," U.S. midfielder Michael Bradley said. "There's no feeling of satisfaction." And U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann was quick to point out, "Be proud, not content."

The same Jurgen ...

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