United States forward Chris Wondolowski (18) high-fives head coach Jurgen Klinsmann (right) after being removed from the game against Azerbaijan during the second half at Candlestick Park. Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
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U.S. find perfect fit in wordly KlinsmannFor a man who has spent half his life living and playing in foreign countries, Juergen Klinsmann seems the perfect fit as the United States head coach. When his playing days were over, he settled in California, where he married an American and started a family, but the lure of returning to the game proved irresistible.In 2004, he took over as head coach of the German national team, guiding them to the semifinals of the 2006 World Cup, and also briefly coached Bayern Munich in 2008 .
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