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Donovan Should Be Offered U.S. Captaincy

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Jurgen Klinsmann simply can't escape questions regarding the future of Landon Donovan.

Since Donovan revealed to Goal.com in August that he was considering retirement in 2013, statements recently reiterated on a ESPN television appearance Wednesday, Klinsmann has had to address the topic. During his media conference call on Thursday, the U.S. head coach stated that he will look to speak with the LA Galaxy star at the end of his Major League Soccer season.

"I will definitely then, once he has a moment, reach out to him and meet for lunch or a...

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