New York-NY, Aug. 1. By Marcellus Lima.
VejaTv.com staff went this morning on a press conference called by the U.S. Soccer as they officially presented former German soccer player, coach and 1990 World Cup champion Jurgen Klinsmann as the new head coach for the U.S Men's National soccer team. Klinsmann's first challenge ahead of the team will be against Mexico taking place in Philadelphia on August 10.
After the event we talked to soccer writer Cesar Diaz who said has positive expectations for Klinsmann's performance. Although he aknowledged that Klinsmann has a difficult task ahead of him since the United States is not traditionally strong in this sport. When asked about the delays concerning the development of the infrastructure of Brazil for hosting next World Cup he commented that such things are common to happen and that people have no reason to worry about it. He says he is positive that Brazil is going to do a great job and that the world will see an unforgettable spectacle.