Sat, Oct 12th 2013, 16:31
LA Galaxy forward Landon Donovan will rejoin the club after being released from international duty by U.S. National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann because of an ankle injury. Donovan is scheduled to return to Southern California today where he will be evaluated by the Galaxy medical staff.
Donovan played the opening 45 minutes of the Friday’s 2-0 win over Jamaica at Sporting Park in Kansas City but suffered a recurrence of a left ankle injury that he originally suffered on September 14 against D.C. United. That injury forced Donovan to miss one MLS game and two CONCACAF Champions League games, though he returned to play in each of the Galaxy’s last two league matches.
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Wed, Sep 11th 2013, 11:58
Wed, Aug 28th 2013, 09:54
The LA Galaxy announced today that the club has signed forward Landon Donovan to a multi-year contract extension that will see him remain a member of the Galaxy for the foreseeable future. The club’s all-time leading goal scorer with 99 goals in 210 games in a Galaxy shirt since joining the club in 2005, Donovan now has 131 goals in his 13-year MLS career, leaving him three goals away from tying the all-time record for goals scored in MLS. In addition to closing in on the MLS regular season scoring record, Donovan, who is already the league’s all-time leader in postseason goals, is the only player to score more than 150 goals combined in MLS regular season and postseason play.
Mon, Jul 29th 2013, 11:30
It was a banner Gold Cup tournament for Landon Donovan and one that ended in a championship.
Donovan provided the assist on Brek Shea’s goal in the 68th minute minute to seal the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup title and the 11th straight victory for the U.S with a 1-0 victory over Panama. For his five goals and seven assists, Donovan was awarded the tournament’s Golden Ball while also tying for the Golden Boot with Panama’s Gabriel Torres and U.S. forward Chris Wondolowski.