Juergen Klinsmann's tenure with the U.S. men' s national team may be in its infancy, but already he's proving to be a far different hire than Bob Bradley. Klinsmann seems to want to remake the United States in a completely different image, far from the solid but generally uncreative football that was Bradley's hallmark. Does the U.S. really have the talent to make Klinsmann's vision a reality?
Klinsmann or Bradley?
Bob Bradley's tenure featured some impressive moments, but ultimately fell short of what was expected. Can Juergen Klinsmann do better?
Klinsmann has a difficult task in front of him if his plan is for the U.S. to compete at a World Cup. Fortunately, he has a few years to get ready for the next one.
Klinsmann's coaching record has its good and bad spots. He remade a staid German team into an attacking dynamo and led it on a deep run in the World Cup, but his time at Bayern Munich was less than impressive.
Attack or defense?
Klinsmann wants to forge a new American soccer identity, although he's been light on the details so far. Which way would you want Team USA to go?