Mar 31, 2012; Carson, CA, USA; New England Revolution midfielder Shalrie Joseph (21) passes the ball defended by Los Angeles Galaxy forward Edson Buddle (14) during the second half at the Home Depot Center. The New England Revolution defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-US PRESSWIRE
Good morning Galaxy fans! Today on the Three Star Daily, Beckham has some ideas for when he retires. The LA Galaxy demise is tough to father. The United States faces some new questions heading into World Cup Qualifying. Robbie Keane is content with Ireland being seen as underdogs in the Euro 2012 tournament. And Josh Saunders takes a step toward returning by starting in a reserve league match. So let's take a look:
Honored Beckham has a 'few ideas' for when he retires
LONDON -- David Beckham said he has a "few ideas" on what he will do when he eventually quits soccer, as he prepared to be honored for his long-standing national team career.
It's been a precipitous and humbling fall for a star-studded Galaxy team with a Hall of Fame coach that pays its top three players more than 17 other MLS teams spend on their entire payrolls. It's as if the New York Yankees suddenly started losing to junior college teams.
Before the start of World Cup qualifying next week, the United States national team continued to struggle and was held to a scoreless tie by a determined Canadian squad on Sunday night.
Robbie Keane is happy for the Republic of Ireland to be cast in the role of underdogs at Euro 2012. Giovanni Trapattoni's men will begin their campaign against Croatia in Poznan next Sunday evening.
Josh Saunders entered Major League Soccer's Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health treatment program in April. On Saturday, he took a the next step toward returning to Bruce Arena's starting XI.