U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann doesn’t sound fazed by the criticism he and his team faced last week ahead of the Costa Rica game and now it’s his Mexican counterpart on the hot seat after blowing a two-goal lead against Honduras.
Where are you going to watch this one — and with who?
— Ashleigh Ignelzi (@AshleighIgnelzi) March 26, 2013
- Read today’s column.
- Read why the Mexican media has called Klinsmann “bogeyman.”
- After initially saying they wouldn’t call in reinforcements in the wake of Jermaine Jones’ injury, the U.S. has belatedly done just that with a player very familiar with tonight’s venue.
From the Twitter feed of Herculez Gomez:
110,000? Yes, please. If this doesn’t get you going then you don’t have a pulse. #USMNT