Jurgen Klinsmann has been named the next coach of the US national team, replacing Bob Bradley.
From a results standpoint, Bradley had decent success. His final record stands at 43-25-12, and he guided the side to the 2007 Gold Cup title, the final of the 2009 Confederations Cup final, and the round of 16 of the 2010 World Cup.
But evidently that track record wasn't enough.
Now, less than two weeks from a high-profile friendly with Mexico, Klinsmann takes over the reins. And the pressure will be on the former German manager to succeed almost right away.
What is the minimum you believe Klinsmann's US side must accomplish to consider his tenure as US head coach a success?