Tuesday’s Column: The Klinsmann Era Begins in Carson

i-34d46419597d88af69121fc049c313f8-carsonlogo.jpgYeah, I though the city of Carson logo was apt for this blog post.

The U.S. Men’s National Team camp is under way in Carson although Clint Dempsey is absent for Friday’s game, Jonathan Spector and Chris Pontius have replaced the injured Zach Loyd and Heath Pearce and newcomer Fabian Johnson is as yet ineligible to play for the U.S.

Staff Writer Phil Collin was among a handful of journalists granted a Monday audience with Herr Klinsmann and given a crash course (I’m told the 90-minute event was more monologue than Q&A) in the Klinsmann philosophy.

Meanwhile, he’s my take on what we learned from the Mexico game and what we should see over the next nine days at the USMNT camp.

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South Bay-based Los Angeles News Group soccer columnist and blogger Nick Green writes at the 100 Percent Soccer blog at www.insidesocal.com/soccer and craft beer at the Beer Goggles blog at www.insidesocal.com/beer. Cheers!