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SBD/June 12, 2014/Media
Donovan Debuts As ESPN Analyst, Immediately Disagrees With U.S. Coach Klinsmann
Published June 12, 2014
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GALAXY QUEST: In Las Vegas, Kira Terry reports the Galaxy yesterday released a 49-second video showing what Donovan "will be doing during the World Cup." The YouTube video, titled “Skip Work. Watch the World Cup,” shows Donovan, dressed in a U.S. uniform, "sitting alone in the Galaxy offices at the StubHub Center taking calls, getting frustrated that no one else is working." He later is shown "playing some foosball by himself." It shows that "even Donovan has a sense of humor" about Klinsmann’s roster decision (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, 6/12).