Tottenham signing Jurgen Klinsmann pictured reading The Times newspaper shortly after joining the club in 1994. London, England. Jurgen Klinsmann only spent one season at Tottenham after signing from Monaco in the summer of 1994 – but it’s a season few fans will ever forget. Klinsmann was already 30 when he moved to White Hart Lane, but make no mistake about it, he was a huge signing for both Spurs and the Premier League. Thirty goals followed in his debut season in north London, and though he departed at the end of it, his success had a genuinely seismic effect on English football. He was a true superstar. And an absolute bargain.

In 1994, Tottenham Hotspur were struggling. Alan Sugar’s appointment of club legend Ossie Ardiles as manager was proving disastrous, the club had been in and out of the courts over off-the-pitch affairs, and the team had ended the 1993-94 season just three points above the relegation zone. Thanks to Sugar’s millions and the new Premier League riches, they had the money – and the attraction of living in London gave Spurs a huge pull-factor. (more…)


German football icon Jurgen Klinsmann has backed the World Cup proposal being pushed by Arsene Wenger and other FIFA officials. JurgenKlinsmann revealed his decision to back the new World Cup proposal in a recent interview as monitored by English media portal Daily Mirror.

The new World Cup proposal is under review and has not been approved. The new proposal will see the World Cup tournament being moved from a four-year interval tournament to a two-year interval tournament and it has divided opinions amongst football stakeholders. (more…)


The countdown to the match between Germany and England is still o as both countries are set to lock horns on Tuesday in their Euros 2020 fixture. A lot of people have already started making their predictions as preparations continue to go ahead before the match kicks off on Tuesday evening. To a lot of people, Germany are supposed to be the outright winners judging by the quality. The two countries have in their respective squads but with football becoming even more unpredictable by the day, the final verdict is that anything can happen.

There have already been a couple of shocking outcomes and results in the tournament, with Spain surviving a scare against Croatia, while Switzerland shocked World Champions France on Monday night to knock the French side out of the tournament and proceed to the next round. Current Euros holders Portugal were also sent home by Belgium on Sunday evening and with the quarter-final of the tournament already taking shape, England’s game against Germany is the next big fixture to look forward to.


The managerial position at Tottenham Hotspur currently vacant and there have been a couple of manager options the London club have put into consideration. The club’s owner Daniel Levy decided to give José Mourinho his marching orders last week just a few days before the cup final between Spurs and Manchester City, and the action attracted a lot of reactions from some pundits and former managers.

Spurs were enduring a poor run of form since the turn of the year and the Portuguese manager was under fire for most of the opening months of the year. The poor results, coupled with some training ground bust-ups between Mourinho and some senior players at the club were enough reasons for him to get sacked.


Jurgen Klinsmann has revealed that he is a huge fan of Inter Milan striker, insisting that the big Belgian is among the top 5 players in the world currently. He has also set a challenge for the former Manchester United striker, adding that he should be proud of himself and his prolificacy at finding the back of the net even from the tightest of situations.

Lukaku is currently flourishing for the Italian Serie A giants and has scored a total of 22 goals in all of the 29 games he has played for the Nerazzurri across all competitions so far this season. He was also on target last Sunday as he scored a Brace against Lazio, helping his side to clinch a comfortable 3-1 win over their local rivals. (more…)


Former manager of the United States Men’s National Team Jurgen Klinsmann believes that young talents emerging from the US should always look to move to the German Bundesliga as it is the best place for them to develop into even better players. Klinsmann made this statement after the emergence of another top young US talent Mathew Hoppe, who scored a superb hat-trick for Bundesliga side Schalke 04 last weekend to hand his side their first win of the season.

Schalke were previously on a 30-game winless run before meeting Hoffenheim at the weekend and thumped the visitors by a wide margin of 4-0. It was the fifth Bundesliga appearance for Hoppe, who stole the show as he helped down the visitors with a beautifully taken hat-trick. (more…)



Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Jurgen Klinsmann is of the notion that the club’s manager José Mourinho has what it takes to guide the London club to their first-ever Premier League title.

The German reiterated his strong belief that Portuguese manager Mourinho is capable of bringing the Premier League crown to Hotspur having overturned the club’s fortunes following a fine run of form that has seen them amass precious Premier League points this season.


Ecuador are said to be in negotiations with legendary German international Jurgen Klinsmann, according to reports from South America. This, according to reports is close to completion as the nation looks to make the World Cup finals in 2022.

Ecuador football has been in a mini-crisis in the past few years, and the country did not qualify for the last World Cup in Russia despite starting the qualifiers well.  It appears that the Ecuador FA is looking to learn lessons from this and want a high profile coach for the World Cup qualifiers, which is five months away.

The Beginning of Frank de Boer in Atlanta Seems Like the End of Jurgen Klinsmann with USA

A famous soccer coach from Europe has come to America for leading a major transition. He is famous for his playing career, but he is more famous for his managerial stint at the entrenched power. At the time when the team struggled, he said, insisting on this is all the parts of the process, and outside expectations are overstated.

Who is in Your Mind?

If you are a fan of Atlanta United frustrated by the poor beginning of this defending champions, Frank De Boer might be in your mind. However, the fan from America would also relate the whole description with another polarizing figure that fits this profile perfectly and this is Jurgen Klinsmann, former boss of the U.S. men’s national team.

Jurgen Klinsmann

“Jurgen Klinsmann would get the telephone if Stuttgart somehow happened to call him”, his agent Roland Eitel told SWR. This is the midst of reports to a Bundesliga return for the German football manager. He was also the head coach of the national team of United States. Having begun the campaign with high expectations, Stuttgart sacked their mentor TayfunKorkut in October following a moderate begin in the campaign. Sadly, rather than pivoting the club’s destiny, new manager Markus Weinzierl began his rule with three embarrassing defeats by giving away 11 goals and not scoring any goal in return.

Stuttgart are joint toward the last in the Bundesliga standings and reputes executive Michael Reschke has experienced harsh criticism, prompting reports that Jurgen may come back to the place where he grew up. This is also the same place where his hometown club is and the only place where he has not played badly. “Jurgen Klinsmann would surely dependably get the telephone if VFB Stuttgart were to call,” Eitel said. Nonetheless, Eitel included that Klinsmann would just consider coaching only at an international platform.  Lately, Klinsmann said in a few meetings in German media that he close to wanted to come back to football, yet he won’t be sure in assuming control over a team which isn’t equipped for achieving the World Cup or even reach the semi-finals.