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2017/2018 Season

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 By Ian Holyman

Romain Alessandrini hopes to make history with LA Galaxy

Romain Alessandrini in action for LA Galaxy against Portland Timbers in March 2017.
Romain Alessandrini joined LA Galaxy as a designated player in January 2017.

LA Galaxy's Romain Alessandrini is enjoying life in Los Angeles after following in the footsteps of David Beckham, Steven Gerrard and Robbie Keane by joining the "best club" in Major League Soccer.

Alessandrini was tipped to have a great career in his native France after switching from Rennes to hometown club Marseille in 2014 but inconsistency and injury ruined his time at the Stade Velodrome. 

"To go from Gueugnon to Los Angeles is something extraordinary. If I'd have been told that at the...

Paul Arriola joins U.S. while Lletget, Brooks, Morris, Orozco all withdraw

Herculez Gomez assesses the role Paul Arriola can play for the U.S. after he was called in for the qualifier at Panama.
In dire need of a win, the United States scored goal after goal in a World Cup qualifying rout of Honduras in California.
Taylor Twellman and Herculez Gomez join Sportscenter to discuss USMNT's path to the World Cup after defeating Honduras.
Taylor Twellman feels Pulisic is better than Donovan was at 18 years old in the United States' 6-0 win over Honduras.
Julie Stewart-Binks and Kasey Keller recap the United States' dominant victory over Honduras in World Cup Qualifying.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Club Tijuana midfielder Paul Arriola has been added to the United States national team squad for Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Panama, U.S. Soccer announced on Saturday.

The USSF also announced that Sebastian Lletget, John Brooks, Jordan Morris, and Michael Orozco have returned to their clubs, leaving the U.S. with 23 players.

"It's an unfortunate series of injuries and illnesses," coach Bruce Arena said. "That's all part of it."

Lletget, of the LA Galaxy, suffered a left...

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Ex-United States star Landon Donovan: 'No more playing for me'

Herculez Gomez reacts to Landon Donovan's comments that his playing days are over once again.
FC's Craig Burley disagrees with Landon Donovan's statement that the current U.S. player pool is the 'most talented' ever.
Steve Nicol questions Landon Donovan's love for soccer after Real Salt Lake reportedly offered the U.S. legend a contract.

Landon Donovan has closed the door on returning to soccer after briefly coming out of retirement last season.

Speaking to Yahoo! Sports on Thursday, the United States' all-time leading scorer made it clear he had no intentions of returning to the field.

"Yeah, I'm done," Donovan said. "I'm done. No more playing for me."

"I have not [gone public]. But that is definitely the case."

Donovan, 34, came out of retirement toward the end of the 2016 campaign to play for the LA Galaxy following what...

Ashley Cole: I laugh to myself about Arsenal's struggles since I left

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner believes Ashley Cole's comments about the plight of Arsenal are not meant to be taken seriously.
It's no surprise Arsenal are the topic of conversation, but who will be coming in an heading out this summer?

Former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole has said he will still "laugh to myself" about the club's lack of success since his controversial move to Chelsea in 2006.

Cole, part of the 2003-04 "Invincibles" team, told ITV's panel show "Play to the Whistle" that he had no regrets about the move.

"I had a great time [at Arsenal], I missed the old players that were there but I moved on and won every trophy I could," the defender said.

"I wouldn't look back and say I regretted it, no."

Cole -- now at LA Galaxy...