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April 23, 2014 at 2:41 PM

U.S. coach happy Clint Dempsey has ‘picked up the rhythm and (found) his confidence.’

U.S. men’s national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann spoke with U.S. Soccer on a few topics recently, and the form of captain Clint Dempsey with the Sounders came up. MLSsoccer.com captured the video below, and here is what Klinsmann said:

“I’m very happy that Clint has picked up the rhythm and (found) his confidence and is part of almost every goal that Seattle scores. That’s really a good sign. It’s great for us going now into the final weeks before we hit the preparation for the World Cup knowing that he’s building his confidence more and more and more. And that’s due to his hard work that he put in over January and February being in Fulham. It was not a successful time, but he built that foundation for the months afterward, so it’s great to see. It seems to be now at the right time, at the right spot.”

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