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The 2014 FIFA World Cup could be Landon Donovan‘s international swansong. Bruce Arena, Donovan’s head coach at club level (L.A. Galaxy), told the Washington Post that Donovan might retire from the U.S. men’s national team after the 2014 World Cup. “He [Donovan] is getting better, he is feeling better, and he is positioned to end his international career in the right way — in Brazil for the World Cup — and finish out his club career near his home,” Arena said. “He moved it along the way he envisioned.” Donovan is a legendary figure with the U.S. national team. He is its all-time leading goal scorer with 57 (in 153 games) and also has the most assists with 57. He has played a leading role in three World Cups (2002,2006 and 2010) — two of which saw the U.S. advance to the knockout rounds. His goal against Algeria in 2010 is one of the iconic moments in U.S. soccer history. Earlier this year, Donovan took a three-month sabbatical from game. He returned to the Galaxy in March, saying he ...

Full Strength Galaxy Hope to Rally From Loss vs DC United

LA, who once again lost to Colorado without its full complement of starters, look east towards DC in what would seem to be a game that should be easily managed. DC is the worst team in the league, on 14 points from 27 games, and have only scored 16 goals this year. That being said, LA has had a hard time away from Carson this season. With a 4-8-2 record, any away game isn’t a lock...
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