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Clint Dempsey's career defined by big moments for U.S., Fulham, Seattle

Clint Dempsey's former teammate and former manager are joined by the rest of the FC panel to reflect on Clint Dempsey's stellar career.
Here are the best ten of the 57 goals that Clint Dempsey scored for the Seattle Sounders in his career.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol react to Clint Dempsey's retirement after a 15-year professional career.

With some players, counting down their most memorable individual moments is a disservice to their overall bodies of work. Soccer is a game of subtleties, and to pick out only the highlights can feel like an oversimplification -- consider guys like Xavi and Andrea Pirlo, for whom the appeal was their ability to control entire matches as if holding an invisible string.

With Clint Dempsey, it feels more apt. For Dempsey, who retired on Wednesday and finishes his career tied for the all-time goal-scoring...

Clint Dempsey personified U.S. soccer's dream: developing creative players with attitude, swagger

The FC crew dive into the career of Clint Dempsey, crediting him for always playing with a chip on his shoulder.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol react to Clint Dempsey's retirement after a 15-year professional career.

The end has finally come for the man they call "Deuce".

Clint Dempsey, arguably the greatest player the U.S. has ever produced, announced on Wednesday that he has retired from professional soccer, effective immediately.

"After a lot of thought, my family and I have decided that this is the right time for me to step away from the game," said Dempsey. "I'd like to thank all of the teammates, coaches and support staff that I've worked with throughout my career. It has always been my dream to...

U.S. Soccer star Clint Dempsey retires from professional football: Social media reacts

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol react to Clint Dempsey's retirement after a 15-year professional career.

Wednesday marks the end of an era in U.S. Soccer as joint-record goalscorer Clint Dempsey announced he will retire from professional soccer effective immediately, ending the current Seattle Sounders star's illustrious career both with the USMNT and in club football.

The 35-year-old finishes level atop the U.S. Soccer scoring charts with 57 goals, tying Landon Donovan, and will be remembered as perhaps the greatest American soccer player of all-time.

Dempsey's professional career began in 2004...

Liverpool in good shape if Klopp is playing down form; Jean Michael Seri proves his worth at Fulham

The third weekend of the 2018-19 Premier League season is all but in the books. Join Nick Miller as he looks back on the best and worst on offer in England's top flight.

Good sign of the weekend

You can tell things are looking pretty good for Liverpool because Jurgen Klopp is trying to talk down their performances. He wasn't happy after their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on Monday, and after they made it three wins from three with the 1-0 defeat of Brighton at the weekend, he was similarly...

Harry Kane breaks his August duck, as Kieran Trippier stars for Tottenham

Harry Kane scored an August goal for the first time in his career, adding to goals from Lucas Moura and Kieran Trippier in Spurs' win over Fulham.

LONDON -- Three points from Wembley as a quickfire double in the second half saw Tottenham beat Fulham 3-1.

1. Harry Kane breaks his duck, as Kieran Trippier stars

Harry Kane had never scored a Premier League goal in August before Saturday's match -- a statistic he was fully aware of and a curse he has been keen to lift.

The striker looked jaded at Newcastle last weekend ,and as the second half wore on against Fulham at Wembley on Saturday, he looked set to draw a blank again -- especially when...

Fulham relish Premier League return before Palace provide reality check

ESPN FC's Craig Burley reflects on the first Saturday of Premier League action, including a debut victory for Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri.

LONDON -- It was roughly 90 minutes before kickoff when the Fulham team bus alighted on Stevenage Road and Premier League footballers ambled into Craven Cottage for the first top-flight fixture in these parts for over four years.

Home fans were there in number to greet them, white replica shirts on their backs, broad new-season grins on their faces, the warm August sunshine gently beating down on their heads. The names and numbers melded pride in last's season swashbuckling promotion charge -- MITROVIC...