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Latest David Beckham Items
LeBron James spoke out again Wednesday about his involvement with David Beckham and the retired soccer superstar's plan to bring an MLS team to Miami.
David Beckham is finalizing plans to start a Major League Soccer franchise, and hoping son Brooklyn could one day take the field for the team.
With his playing career over, former England captain David Beckham has decided his next move: starting a Major League Soccer team in Miami.
Accustomed to seeing some of the world's top players join their ranks, tens of thousands of Real Madrid fans turned out at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Monday to catch the first glimpse of Gareth Bale, the latest "galactico" to join the Spanish giants.
Just a few months after Landon Donovan thought he might be finished with soccer, he re-signed with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Wednesday with his passion rekindled.
There's always a rationalization to take the pharmaceutical shortcut in the ultra-competitive world of professional sports. But the sports world mirrors our quick-fix society.
Major League Soccer isn't content to rest once its latest franchise joins the fold in 2015.
Major League Soccer plans to add four expansion teams by the 2020 season.
Soccer star David Beckham may be setting his sights on a new sports venture: a professional soccer team in Miami.