In this June 12, 2002, file photo, Bruce Arena, head coach of the U.S soccer team, addresses a questions during a news conference at the team's hotel in Seoul, South Korea, in advance of a World Cup match against Poland. Arena is returning to coach the U.S. national team, a decade after he was fired. The winningest coach in American national team history, Arena took over Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, one day after Jurgen Klinsmann was fired.
In this June 12, 2002, file photo, Bruce Arena, head coach of the U.S soccer team, addresses a questions during a news conference at the team's hotel in Seoul, South Korea, in advance of a World Cup match against Poland. Arena is returning to coach the U.S. national team, a decade after he was fired. The winningest coach in American national team history, Arena took over Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, one day after Jurgen Klinsmann was fired. TONY GUTIERREZ AP
In this June 12, 2002, file photo, Bruce Arena, head coach of the U.S soccer team, addresses a questions during a news conference at the team's hotel in Seoul, South Korea, in advance of a World Cup match against Poland. Arena is returning to coach the U.S. national team, a decade after he was fired. The winningest coach in American national team history, Arena took over Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, one day after Jurgen Klinsmann was fired. TONY GUTIERREZ AP

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