[BY THE NUMBERS] Landon Donovan holds just about every soccer record for a U.S. male player. His goalscoring records in MLS and for the ... Read the whole story
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"There are people in our lives that make a difference, and he has as a player, and as a person. I've seen him as a young kid, now I see him as a man, seeing him at the end of a career. ... To see the joy he had today and also to witness the suffering he's experienced throughout his career ... to see that range of emotions and now to see that he's happy again, it’s emotional to me."
-- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on Landon Donovan, who debuted for the U.S. national team debut in 2000 at age 18 when Arena was U.S. coach and played in two World Cups under Arena. They reunited when Arena became Galaxy coach in 2008 and have won two MLS Cups. Donovan announced he will retire after this season. (MLSSoccer.com)
"There is no doubt that Major League Soccer would not be what it is today without Landon Donovan. His decision to join MLS in 2001 was a statement to the entire soccer community, at the most crucial time in our history, that MLS could be a league of choice for the best American players. Landon is to MLS, what Michael Jordan was to the NBA, Wayne Gretzky was to the NHL and Tiger Woods was to the PGA Tour; a player who’s sporting accomplishments and popularity transformed their respective leagues and set a new standard for how the game would be played."
-- MLS Commissioner Don Garber's statement upon Landon Donovan announcing he will retire after this MLS season.