U.S. vs. Venezuela preview
The friendly is a chance for players new and old to feature in Jurgen Klinsmann's squad
In years past, the friendly game capping the traditional U.S. national team's domestically based players' January camp has been little more than a progress report on the second string, a referendum of sorts on Major League Soccer.
This year, it's a little more than that. In his six months in charge of the U.S., Jurgen Klinsmann has proved undaunted by leaning heavily on the MLS players who make up the bulk of this camp. "I don't necessarily care where they play as long as ...
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