US Soccer coach, German born Jürgen Klinsmann has been denied entry back into the United States after immigration officers held him for 8 hours for questioning before deporting him back to Germany.
Klinsmann, 49, who was born in Göppingen, West Germany, led the US National team to the knockout stages of the World Cup, where they were beaten 2-1 by Belgium.
"It was discovered that Klinsmann's visa had expired," announced immigration official Jose Suarez, who interviewed Klinsmann at Los Angeles International Airport, "after further investigation it was discovered that he also 'let us all down by not playing a 5-3-2 formation' after we realized who he was. Therefore, using the powers given to us by the Federal Government we put Herr Klinsmann on a plane back to where he belongs."
Klinsmann can apply for another visa to return to the United Sates in 2020.
Klinsmann's deportation was met by cheers from Fox News experts and residents of San Diego.