With Jurgen Klinsmann at the helm, the United States Men's National Team has a clear foreign influence. Along with the German coach, seven American players hold dual-citizenship with another nation and have participated in other national team programs. A total of five of those players come from Germany, one from Iceland and one from Norway.

One of the players, Jermaine Jones, actually made senior team appearances for another nation, Germany. Another player, John Brooks, was the hero of the World Cup opening victory over Ghana. Another, Julian Green, may have the brightest future of any American soccer teenager ever (yes, even more so than Freddy Adu).

Here are the seven USMNT World Cup players who have played for other national teams:

-- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband.

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