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Robbie Rogers: FIFA "insane" to host World Cups in Russia, Qatar

LA Galaxy star Robbie Rogers has spoken out about FIFA’s decision to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups in Russia and Qatar, respectively.

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Remembering DaMarcus Beasley's sensational USMNT career

DaMarcus Beasley is the only American in history to play at four different World Cups, as that remarkable feat will be tough to equal.

On Monday Beasley, 32, announced his retirement after a remarkable international career as the USMNT lost one of its leaders and most reliable players. 544 more words

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Thierry Henry announces retirement from soccer, reveals future plans

The King has left the building. For good.

On Tuesday, legendary striker Thierry Henry announced his retirement from soccer as the 37-year-old revealed that he will now move into a media role as a pundit and ambassador for Sky Sports in the UK from 2015. 542 more words

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Beasley Retires From US National Team

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Houston Dynamo midfielder DaMarcus Beasley said on Monday that he is retiring from the U.S. national team after 14 years.

The 32-year-old, who is the first American to play in four FIFA World Cups, has scored 17 goals in a fifth-best U.S. 100 more words

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pic of the week 12/8-12/15

There’s been much talk about a changing of the tides in American soccer with the retirement of Landon Donovan. We’ve not been immune to the talk here at WSOTP either, and rightly so. 311 more words

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Four-Time FIFA World Cup Defender DaMarcus Beasley Retires from International Soccer

Beasley Caps off U.S. MNT Career with 121 Appearances in 14 Years

CHICAGO (Dec. 15, 2014) – U.S. Men’s National Team defender DaMarcus Beasley has announced his retirement from international soccer. 363 more words

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DaMarcus Beasley, U.S. international, is no more

One of the most under-appreciated careers in U.S. men’s soccer history came to a close today. Though his time with the Houston Dynamo will continue, midfielder-cum-defender DaMarcus Beasley will don the stars and stripes no more. 534 more words

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