Jurgen Klinsmann took control of the U.S. national team in the summer of 2011, and since then, the team has undergone a variety of changes.
In a little over 12 months, the U.S. has been on a roller coaster ride as Klinsmann continues to figure out the best way to optimize the team's performances. Already he has posted some of the best wins in U.S. Soccer history.
Currently, the Americans are sitting atop their group in the current stage of World Cup qualifying.
The mastermind behind the team is starting to see more positive results on the pitch on a more consistent basis. There is still a lot of work left to be done, but Klinsmann is on his way to making U.S. Soccer a factor in 2014.
Here are five of the biggest changes Klinsmann has made to date.