USA international Clint Dempsey will have the chance to enter into the record books when his side take on Trinidad & Tobago in a key World Cup qualifier on Thursday.
The USMNT are in desperate need of a win to salvage their World Cup hopes and Dempsey could be the place on the focus on the night. The former Fulham man has bagged 56 goals for the national team, and a brace against Trinidad would see the retired Landon Donovan to become the all-time goal scorer for his nation.
San Diego football fans are set to name a new Major League Soccer team that has a custom built stadium.
The 30-000 seat stadium in California would be the home to the created team. In a poll to determine the name of the team, Footy McFooty is winning.
US soccer star Landon Donovan wants to help Premier League side Swansea City become an American club.
The 35-year old was appointed by the owners of the club Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien as an adviser.
Landon Donovan has played a major role in American owners taking charge of Swansea City.
Since the takeover, the club has gone through a troubled spell with several managerial changes. US businessmen Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan are in charge of the club. In order to help them in the advisory role, Landon Donovan has been assisting them in various aspects regarding the Premier league. The former Everton player knows a thing or two about the division after having been at Everton in two loan spells. He has also played for the likes of Bayern Munich and LA Galaxy, and Donovan is easily the most celebrated American soccer player.
USA Soccer legend Landon Donovan has called time on his footballing career.
The MLS star said the retirement is from professional football and that it is with immediate effect. This is not the first time he is retiring. He did two years ago but then he came out of it to help his struggling former club Los Angeles Galaxy in the Major League Soccer.