The U.S. National Team will be without Jurgen Klinsmann for the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final on Sunday against Panama after a CONCACAF Disciplinary Committee suspended the U.S. boss for his actions in the closing minutes of the Americans' semifinal victory over Honduras.
The Disciplinary Committee made their ruling on Friday evening after evaluating the referee report following the semifinal. According to CONCACAF, the suspension levied by the Disciplinary Committee can not be appealed.
Without Klinsmann, Southern California resident and U.S. assistant Martin Vasquez will take the reins for the Americans in the final.
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