The United States men's national team coach isn't afraid to take a certain player out at halftime. Oh snap. Elsewhere, Geoff Cameron is a magician with his right foot and we love it.
October 14, 2013
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Jurgen Klinsmann was sending a message to Landon Donovan by removing him at halftime of the United States' 2-0 victory over Jamaica. "Yeah, I was surprised," Donovan said after the game. "I certainly didn't play well, but I didn't think I was the worst player on the field." For the coach, it was "no big deal." That's settled then.
A love letter to the outside of Geoff Cameron's boot? Yeah, we'll link to that. Kudos to Mr. Armchair Analyst.
At least the World Cup isn't for a bit:
Clint Dempsey suffered a dislocated AC joint; played on. No prognosis (too soon).