LONDON - JUNE 01: (FILE PHOTO) David Beckham of England celebrates as his free kick is headed in by John Terry for their first goal during the International Friendly match between England and Brazil at Wembley Stadium on June 1 2007 in London England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
Good morning Galaxy fans. As you might imagine, a night beholden to Tiki Idols has left me a bit depleted. This morn we've got weekend previews featuring yours truly. David Beckham being honored with a ceremony at Wembley. And Landon Donovan ponders his future as United States national team camp. So with all the kinetic energy of Krakatoa, let's see what the papers are saying about the LA Galaxy:
MLS week 12: fan previews | Graham Parker | Football | guardian.co.uk
Graham Parker: MLS fans and writers reflect on week eleven's results and look forward to week twelve, as Sporting KC try to get season back on track against late show specialists San Jose, and new Canadian…
David Beckham's England career to be honored at Wembley - Soccer - SI.com
LONDON (AP) -- David Beckham's England career will be honored at the team's final European Championship warmup match, with the former captain receiving an award from the continent's governing body for players who have at least 100 international appearances.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- It hit me for the first time listening to Landon Donovan on Wednesday: the U.S.'s all-time leading scorer may be closer to the end of his soccer career than any of us thought. Donovan turned 30 in March, and he's back with the national team here for the first time in eight months ahead of the U.S.'s five games between May 26 and June 12.