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Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti says he still wants to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
After missing out on signing David Beckham from the Los Angeles Galaxy and striker Alexandre Pato from AC Milan, big-spending PSG is still in the market for a star player.
Ancelotti says that ''everyone knows we want a striker. Carlos Tevez is a great opportunity...
Paris Saint-Germain has parted ways with Yves Bertucci, who worked as an assistant to former coach Antoine Kombouare.
Kombouare was replaced last month by Carlo Ancelotti, who chose Claude Makelele and Paul Clement to assist him with trainings.
PSG said on its website on Wednesday that it thanked Bertucci ''for his professionalism and his competence.''
PSG is in...
David Beckham considered offers from Paris, the Premiership and beyond. He decided nothing was better than his adopted home with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The English superstar formally returned to his MLS club Thursday with a new two-year contract, vowing to win more trophies with the Galaxy while planning to own an MLS franchise when his career ends.
After leading the Galaxy to...
By: Brock Smith
One of the most recognizable sportsmen on the planet, soccer star David Beckham is set to announce he will return to the L.A. Galaxy next season, according to reports.
Beckham, who turns 37 in May, will confirm in upcoming days that he has reached a deal to stay in the United States, according to British source Sky Sports. Details of the new agreement...
David Beckham is expected to stay with the LA Galaxy, according to reports, in a move that sets up the defending MLS champions for another title run and keeps one of the world's most recognized soccer stars in Los Angeles.
Sky Sports News and the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday morning that Beckham will re-sign Thursday with the Galaxy. The deal is likely to include allowances...
Former England captain David Beckham has signed a new two-year contract with MLS side LA Galaxy. The 36-year-old’s deal with...
David Beckham will remain in L.A. after signing a contract that likely will see him end his playing career in MLS.
David Beckham has chosen to stay with the LA Galaxy rather than move to PSG for the 2012 soccer season. The 36 year old signed a 2 year deal yesterday to remain with the defending MLS champions. “I had many offers from clubs from around the world however I’m still passionate about playing in America and winning trophies with the Galaxy,” Beckham said yesterday in an e-mailed...
LA Galaxy are expected to hold a Thursday press conference to
confirm the resigning of David Beckham, club sources have confirmed
to SoccerByIves.net's Adam Serrano.
David Beckham has to be impressed by something like this, right? Check out our good friend Shunsuke Nakamura land a free kick directly into the window of a moving bus.
The current Yokoham F Marinos midfielder was taking part in the TV stunt, in what seemed to be a back alley, and waited with a football on an artificial patch of turf for the bus to approach.
Using mirrors to time...
The soccer star, who gets a new two-year deal with the MLS team, cites family reasons in deciding to remain in Southern California.David Beckham put family before fortune Wednesday, deciding to leave a few millions dollars in Europe to stay with the Galaxy through 2013.
While David Beckham
has set his sights on winning a second successive Major League
Soccer (MLS) championship with the LA Galaxy this year, he also
has big ambitions at the London Olympics.