Found June 01, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
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In a game celebrating the United States Soccer Federation's hundredth anniversary, head coach Jurgen Klinsmann will come face to face with his own enduring legacy when the USA faces Germany ( live, Sunday, 2:30 p.m. ET ), his old team as a player and a manger, in the friendly held at RFK Stadium. "It is something special," said Klinsmann on Saturday. "We asked for that game already two years ago and now it happens, and it's our centennial game." In front of a sell-out crowd of 46,000 at RFK Stadium, the United States Soccer Federation will mark its 100th anniversary. The Germans will field a B-team, of sorts - Borussia Dortmund , Bayern Munich and Real Madrid's players, who form the backbone of the team are all unavailable. But the sheer depth of even the second string - Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker and Andre Shurrle and Sven Bender and Miroslav Klose, my oh my - is a testament to the strength of the program Klinsmann helped build. On Wednesda...
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