Klinsmann open to staying with US after World Cup
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By RONALD BLUM
AP Sports Writer
NEW YORK -- Jurgen Klinsmann was at the top of the world.
OK, not quite. But as he stood on the sun-splashed 86th floor of the Empire State Building, he was 1,050 feet above ground level and had just led the U.S. to a snowy win over Costa Rica and a draw at Mexico that got the Americans' World Cup qualifying campaign back on track.
He's lived in Southern California for 15 years, raising a son and daughter with ...
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