Tag Archives: Landon Donovan

Week in Review, March 21-25 2011

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After the shine of the first weekend has worn off, MLS gets into the grind with some of its biggest names missing for international duty.  Some teams have a second chance to show they’ve improved, while some have another chance … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview – Has the Beckham Rule Improved American Soccer?

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Note: As part of the MLS Talk preview, we will be examining some of the major trends in MLS that will have an impact on the league this year.  Feel free to suggest other big picture topics in the comments. … Continue reading

Report: UEFA Planning to Adopt MLS Scheduling

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Recently we’ve shared that various soccer luminaries such as Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson has advocated a spring-to-fall schedule change in advance of the 2022 World Cup.  Now we find out that UEFA itself is advancing well past the … Continue reading

What Would You Like to See from MLS Talk in 2011?

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Happy New Year to all our readers and best wishes in 2011! The past year was a big one for American soccer.  A good but not great World Cup run, a highlight goal from Landon Donovan, and the controversial rehiring … Continue reading

WHAT IF 2010: What if the U.S. had Beaten Ghana?

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As we close the books on 2010 and go through our retrospectives (including MLS Talk’s own awards) I wanted to take a different look back on the year that was through a different lens: what if what happened didn’t happen, … Continue reading

Landon Donovan Decides to Take the Winter Off

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For weeks now, speculation has been out there about which English club would secure Landon Donovan for a winter loan. Would it be Fulham? Or Everton? Or some other club in need of a little pace and imagination on the … Continue reading

Fulham Could Be Joining Battle to Get Landon Donovan on Loan

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As a Fulham supporter, this season has been a painful one. The Cottagers are hovering just above the relegation zone, sorely lacking the sort of player that can turn a draw into an all-important three points. It seems I’m not … Continue reading

Who is USA Bid's Most Effective Spokesperson?

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Less than 48 hours from now, we will know whether the U.S. bid for the 2022 World Cup was a success or a failure.  In Zurich the U.S. delegation is counting votes, firming up yeses and feeling out no votes.  … Continue reading

Is the 2022 World Cup Worth MLS Selling Out?

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As part of his second state of the union at halftime of the MLS Cup, Don Garber revealed that MLS would be considering shifting the season from spring-to-fall to the FIFA-endorsed fall-to-spring schedule.  While this is not the first time … Continue reading

Don Garber Addresses the Nation

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Prior to the MLS Cup Final on Sunday, Don Garber held court today to discuss the good, the bad, and the future of MLS.  Much of what he said is in no way surprising, but he did shed some light … Continue reading