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Jurgen Klinsmann: Will he now coach Team USA?
Juergen Klinsmann again asked for more time to decide whether he will stay on as Germany coach even as a crowd of 52,000 chanted his name and one-time critic Franz Beckenbauer pleaded with him to continue on Saturday. 'The 'Kaiser' said 'you'd better keep going',' Klinsmann told a news conference when asked what the man who captained and later coached West Germany teams to World Cup wins said to him on the pitch after Germany beat Portugal. [+]

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Insight and Opinion

Hosts have work to do

Dale Johnson documents a successful World Cup history for Germany, but also describes how the home crowd have grave doubts that former glories can be repeated.  [+]

Group A Tactics Board

Nick Bidwell says the inexperience and unpopularity of Jurgen Klinsmann may count against the hosts as they face canny opponents in Group A.  [+]

More Germany News

July 12, 2006
Klinsmann steps down, Loew steps in
Juergen Klinsmann, who led Germany to a surprise third-place finish in the World Cup, said on Wednesday he was stepping down and that assistant Joachim Loew would take his place.
July 10, 2006
Klinsmann question clouds German optimism
Germany played with great attacking quality and unswerving self-belief at this World Cup but the Klinsmann question will continue to cloud the host nation's optimism until it is resolved.
July 9, 2006
Klinsmann keeping cards close to his chest
Juergen Klinsmann again asked for more time to decide whether he will stay on as Germany coach even as a crowd of 52,000 chanted his name and one-time critic Franz Beckenbauer pleaded with him to continue on Saturday.
Schweinsteiger revels in goalscoring glory
Bastian Schweinsteiger proved a point with two of the hardest-hit goals of the World Cup when Germany swept aside Portugal 3-1 on Saturday to earn third place.
July 8, 2006
Germany keeper Kahn quits international football
Germany goalkeeper Oliver Kahn announced on Saturday that he was retiring from international football after his team beat Portugal 3-1 in the World Cup match for third place on Saturday.
Loew salutes Germans after third-place victory
Germany gave their fans a performance to remember in beating Portugal 3-1 to secure third place in the World Cup, assistant coach Joachim Loew said.
July 6, 2006
Lehmann offers Kahn place his in goal
Germany's number one goalkeeper Jens Lehmann said on Thursday he would be prepared to sit out the third-place match against Portugal to give rival Oliver Kahn a final taste of the World Cup.
Beckenbauer urges Klinsmann to stay on
Franz Beckenbauer said on Thursday he hoped Juergen Klinsmann would stay on a coach because the job he started rebuilding Germany football is not finished yet.
Injury threatens Klose's place in play-off
Miroslav Klose's hopes of clinching the award for top goalscorer at the World Cup in Saturday's third place match could be hit by injury.
Latest Fixtures/Scores
DATEOPPONENTRESULTCompetition
Wed 3/5 H- Chile W, 1-0 Friendly
Tue 11/19 A - England W, 0-1 Friendly
Fri 11/15 A - Italy D, 1-1 Friendly
Tue 10/15 A - Sweden W, 3-5 WCQ - UEFA
Fri 10/11 H- Republic of Ireland W, 3-0 WCQ - UEFA
Tue 9/10 A - Faroe Islands W, 0-3 WCQ - UEFA
Fri 9/6 H- Austria W, 3-0 WCQ - UEFA
Wed 8/14 H- Paraguay D, 3-3 Friendly
Sun 6/2 A - United States L, 4-3 Friendly
Wed 5/29 A - Ecuador W, 2-4 Friendly
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Manager
Joachim Loew
DOB: February 3, 1960
Birthplace: Schoenau, West Germany

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