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U.S. Coach: America Will Not Win World Cup

As the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off today in Brazil, U.S. coach Jürgen Klinsmann is taking flak for stating at a press conference that “For us now, talking about winning a World Cup is just not realistic,” a comment that many U.S. fans have viewed as defeatist and un-American. What do you think?

  • “What a fatalist. This guy also probably thinks soccer will never be more popular than football in the U.S.”

    Bryan Guse
    Cement Mixer
  • “Look, he’s just trying to manage expectations in the mistaken belief that anybody has any.”

    Ashley Prud’homme
    Legal Counsel
  • “Won’t he have egg on his face when he’s holding that giant trophy.”

    Robert Tarpinian
    Systems Analyst