World Cup qualifying is underway and the United States are on their way to qualifying for the tournament.
Their next qualifying match will be against Jamaica on September 7th in Kingston, Jamaica. That will be followed by Jamaica coming to Columbus, Ohio on the 11th.
With Klinsmann at the helm and an upset victory over Mexico under their belt, the U.S. have high expectations. Simply reaching the knockout stage can no longer be considered a success. They must be a threat to every nation in 2014.
In spite of their growth under their new leader, the U.S. men have a long way to go to challenge any of the top nations. Luckily, they have two more years to prepare for the task at hand.
Here are 10 things they must improve upon if they hope to make a deep run in Brazil.