Landon Donovan

Reports: Landon Donovan To Be Very Well Compensated To Play In 13 Indoor Matches

There was a time when indoor soccer was as big as it got in the United States. After the NASL folded in in 1984 and before Major League Soccer launched in 1996, the only professional soccer in the U.S. was indoors. 

The Major Arena Soccer League wants to return to those halcyon days of Dallas Sidekicks and San Diego Sockers, evidence by two giant signings for the current season.

Landon Donovan’s Latest Comeback Is His Craziest Venture Yet

He’s one of the most iconic players in the history of the USMNT. And he just can’t quit soccer. 

Landon Donovan, having come out of retirement twice before, once again has failed to stay retired. According to Sports Illustrated, Donovan will return to the pitch to play with the San Diego Sockers of the Major Arena Soccer League.

Club León this is not. 

In the history of U.S. Soccer, no one has scored more goals and tallied more assists for the USMNT and MLS than Landon Donovan. He’s kind of a big deal.

Bring Back The Legendary MLS All-Star Weekend Of The Early 2000s

Ah, the beginning of the millennium — a time of Sum 41, camo pants and Hit Clips. Some of the hot trends of the early 2000s we long for again, others are better left in the past. Make no mistake, the earliest kind of MLS All-Star Weekend absolutely belongs in the first category. 

Landon Donovan Put On Blast By Former USMNT Players For Supporting Mexico

In the eyes of many, USMNT legend Landon Donovan is now a massive sell-out. The man with the second-most appearances in the history of the USMNT and the joint-leader for goals has decided to support El Tri at the World Cup (in partnership with Wells Fargo) despite his role in turning the Mexico-United States soccer rivalry into one of the biggest in the world.

Which Players Are At Risk Of Pulling A Landon Donovan And Missing The World Cup Completely?

In one of the biggest controversies in U.S. soccer history, Jurgen Klinsmann infamously left out USMNT stalwart Landon Donovan from his 23-man squad for the 2014 World Cup. Donovan, who was 32 years old at the time, would have been looking at participating in his fourth World Cup, but sadly it was not to be. 

These Players Don’t Like International Duty And The Reasons Will Surprise You

The FIFA World Cup 2018 is just around the corner and the excitement is through the roof for all us football lovers. Though many football stars, rookie or veteran, share the same passion of serving their country on the pitch, other players like Michael Carrick would rather Netflix and chill. 

Landon Donovan’s Forgettable Season In Mexico Ends With A Brawl

Landon Donovan’s first season in Liga MX ended on Saturday with Club Leon defeating Guadalajara 2-0 in a match between two clubs already eliminated from playoff contention. Donovan played the game’s final 15 minutes, giving him a grand total of only 112 Liga MX minutes from only six appearances in the Clausura season.

3 Forgotten Moments That Show Just How Good The USMNT Was In 2002

You can take the USMNT out of the World Cup, but you can’t take the World Cup out of the USMNT ... or something. We might not be creating any new memories in Russia, but at least we’ve got some historical moments that're always worth revisiting. I’m talking about the 2002 World Cup team.

The team’s run to the quarterfinals of that competition was no fluke — they didn’t Portugal Euro 2016 themselves into the history books.