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Robbie Keane says he will stop playing 'when literally I can hardly walk'

Robbie Keane says he still has things to achieve with Republic of Ireland before he retires.

Robbie Keane is certain he still has international goals to score as he approaches the twilight of his glittering career.

The 34-year-old LA Galaxy striker will hope to win his 139th senior cap for the Republic of Ireland in Sunday night's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

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It is 17 years since the then teenager first pulled on the green jersey he has worn with such pride ever since but despite having swapped the intensity of the Premier League for the emerging MLS, he is convinced there are more...

LA Galaxy keeper Brian Perk out for season after ankle surgery

Brian Perk will miss the 2015 season after having ankle sugery.

CARSON, Calif. -- LA Galaxy goalkeeper Brian Perk will miss the rest of the MLS season after undergoing surgery on his badly injured left ankle.

The defending MLS Cup champions also signed goalkeeper Trey Mitchell on Friday.

Perk was slated to be the Galaxy's third-string keeper behind Jaime Penedo and Brian Rowe this season before he dislocated and broke his left ankle.

The veteran backup has made just seven starts in five seasons with the Galaxy, including a victory and a draw early last season....

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New England Revs looking to move past struggles, Lampard's NYCFC visit

The ESPN FC panel look ahead to Major League Soccer's biggest matches of week four.

Some intriguing Major League Soccer storylines to watch this weekend:

The New England Revolution aiming for first win of 2015

The opening weeks of the 2015 MLS season haven't been kind to the New England Revolution. Through three games the Revs have no wins, no goals, and plenty of frustration. Not exactly what was expected of last year's MLS Cup finalist.

Without question there are some clear reasons for New England's struggles. Last year's midfield catalyst, Jermaine Jones, has been sidelined...

Frank Lampard looking forward to facing Steven Gerrard in MLS

NYCFC opened up their first home game as an MLS franchise with a very impressive 2-0 over the reigning Eastern Conference champions.
Former England teammates Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard will meet up again in MLS this summer.

Frank Lampard says he already has a date in his diary for his first clash with his friend Steven Gerrard as he looks forward to renewing their rivalry in Major League Soccer.

The Manchester City midfielder will join up with New York City FC at the end of the English season, while the Liverpool captain will head for Los Angeles Galaxy at the conclusion of his Anfield career.

Lampard and Gerrard were long-time teammates in the England midfield but faced each other in plenty of high-pressure games...