DC United striker Charlie Davies says the appointment of Jurgen Klinsmann as the new USA national team manager is an exciting move.
"I think it's exciting. For all the players, I think everyone is excited," he told the Washington Post.
"[Juergen] Klinsmann, for me, is a legend and a world-class striker. What better coach to have than a guy that plays your position and can really help and make sure everyone excels in that position.
"It's a little bit of a bittersweet moment because coach [Bob] Bradley did so much for me. He gave me the chance to be on the national team and I would've liked to get one game under him since the accident.
"We had so much of a history together, it would've been nice, but I think he'll be fine. He's obviously going to move on and continue to coach. He eats, sleeps and breathes soccer, so I don't see him staying too long out of the game."