Thursday, October 7, 2010

Klinsmann Lined Up If Hodgson Fails

New Liverpool owners New England Sports Ventures are rumoured to be planning to replace current Anfield boss Roy Hodgson with German legend Jurgen Klinsmann as they look to build for a new future by removing the under fire former Fulham manager. Klinsmann had been linked with the USA national team post and has many links with the country and currently resides in California but it has been rumoured that he may be approached to take over the reins at the Merseyside club. The former Inter Milan and Tottenham striker had been linked with the job when Rafa Benitez was still in charge and could well be interested in a return to club management, especially at a club with new investors and reportedly a decent amount of money to invest in the transfer market and without the debts that Tom Hicks and George Gillett had saddled the club with. Klinsmann had a successful stint as manager of the German national team at the 2006 World Cup where he led the host nation to an unexpected third place finish which he then followed up with a less than glorious year at Bayern Munich.

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