The Guardian name the Major League Soccer (MLS) and English Premier League veteran the greatest American player of all time this summer.
Landon Donovan retired in 2014 after playing the game extensively in many countries for club and country. When he announced the retirement, the praise and acclaims were over the roof.
Landon Donovan continues to be a major figure in the world of US soccer.
United States star player Landon Donovan has stated that the United States might win the World Cup during his lifetime.
He believes that the team is progressing well and that it will not be long before they will be able to lift the trophy.
The United States will be participating at the centenary edition of the Copa America. For him, the United States need to get out of the group stage to prove that they are progressing.
USMNT has had its share of star players who continue to be faithful to the club even if they do not represent the club anymore on the fields.
One illuminated example is Landon Donovan. Recently, in an attempt to put back faith in the team amongst the fans, Donovan tweeted that the team still has potential and fans should not be disheartened from the loss that the team suffered on Friday when they lost to Guatemala with a score of 2-0.
Former United States captain Landon Donovan claims that the women’s national team of United States are right to deserve a pay rise in line with the men’s team.
Luka Modric has cleared the air on his situation and has stated that he doesn’t intend to go anywhere from Madrid in near future.
Since the time Carlo Ancelotti has been named to take charge at Bayern Munich post the current season, the reports had been circling around in the press that he would try and attract Modric to join him there as he related pretty well with the midfielder during his working days at Santiago Bernabeu.
Landon Donovan has a playing career which stretched for over 11 years and during this period of time, the retired footballer performed with a number of different clubs including: Bayern Munich, Everton and Bayer Leverkusen just to name a few of them but it was when he played for Los Angeles Galaxy where he truly managed to stand out and make a name for himself after scoring over 100 goals and making around 247 appearances for the MLS club.
Jeff Cassar reckons there would not be too much of an effect of the departure of the GM Garth Lagerwey on the Real Salt Lake Squad.
Lagerwey had been associated with Real Salt Lake as GM for a long time, but, at the end of the last season, he decided to sign for Seattle Sounders.
Real Salt Lake and Seattle Sounders are the arch rivals in the Western Conference of the Major League Soccer.
So, Lagerwey’s decision to move there did not please the Real fans that much. But, Cassar is pretty cool.
American international Landon Donovan brought an end to his stellar career in the best possible manner. He won his sixth MLS cup title in his final match for LA Galaxy.
Despite being only 32 years old, the forward had announced his retirement at the end of the season. He had the opportunity to go out on a high as LA Galaxy were involved yet another MLS cup final match. New England Revolution were the opponents this time around and there was a lot of belief prior to the match that LA Galaxy would give the fitting send off to their most illustrious player.
Phil Neville believes that his former club Manchester United needs to spend in excess of a hundred million pounds during the mid season transfer window and then, in the next summer transfer window to build a team that can challenge for the premier League title.
According to Neville, United have to find a couple of players who can play in the centre midfield and a couple of players who can play in the heart of defence.