Klinsmann to bring 30 players to pre-World Cup camp

U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann was not initially planning on bringing the maximum 30 players to his pre-World Cup camp, but he has had a change of heart.

Klinsmann used his Twitter account on Thursday to announce that he intends to summon 30 players for the World Cup preparation camp set to begin in Stanford, Calif., on May 14. Klinsmann had previously indicated that he would bring less than 30 players to the two-week camp that includes friendlies vs. Azerbaijan and Turkey, but that is no longer the case.

This has to be one of Jurgen Klinsmann hardest decision he has to make as a coach, the whole country is watching him and hoping he picks the right players that can do the job next month during 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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