Barack Obama, Donald Trump at 500-1 odds for USMNT head coach

Wednesday November 16th, 2016

President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump are at 500-to-1 odds to become the next permanent U.S. men's national soccer team head coach, according to PaddyPower.

Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann is on the hot seat after the USMNT dropped to 0–2 in World Cup qualifying after a 4–0 loss to Costa Rica on Wednesday night.

“We are a country that doesn't win anymore,” Trump famously said while campaigning. “We don't win anymore. When was the last time we won?”

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It's been a while for U.S. soccer.

Maybe it's time to make American soccer great again.

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