Bruce Arena is back in charge of the U.S. men's national team for a second time, looking to guide the Americans to an eighth straight World Cup appearance. Hired to replace Jurgen Klinsmann following an 0-2-0 start to the final round of qualifying, Arena has had success at the international, club and collegiate levels throughout his career. A five-time MLS Cup winner and five-time NCAA champion at the University of Virginia, Arena also guided the U.S. to its best finish in a modern-era World Cup, a quarterfinal berth in 2002. Here's a look at Arena throughout the years.
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