Upside: I chose Paris

Their Words

“I chose Paris because I can see what the club are trying to do. I can see who the club are trying to bring in. It’s an exciting city and now there’s a club that’s going to have a lot of success over the next ten, 20, 30 years. I’m very honoured I’ve been picked to be part of the future of PSG.” PSG midfielder David Beckham.

The Radar

  1. Transfer deadline.
  2. Beckham moves to Paris.
  3. Klinsmann’s Honduras roster.
  4. Everton’s win.
  5. Hexagonal qualifying.

Ten Stories

Altidore shrugs off racist chants, says he’ll pray for abusive fans – from’s Grant Wahl: “Then I understood clearly it was for me.”

Parkhurst ready to fight in Germany – from’s Greg Seltzer: For now, Parkhurst says everyone at Augsburg would be satisfied with celebrating a place in the Bundesliga for next season.

MLS represents Prem value for money – from ESPN FC’s Graham Ruthven: Nowhere is this shift in attitude toward MLS more evident than the Premier League.

Torres’ renewed effort already paying dividends for Union – from The Delaware County Times’ Matthew DeGeorge: Torres is ready to claim something from what looked to be the ashes of his career in Philadelphia.

Porter: Timbers now have ‘true team’ – from The Portland Timbers’ Stephen Alexander: He was taciturn enough to find problems even with a 3-1 victory.

Football League still in upbeat mood despite revealing £1billion debt – from The Telegraph’s Paul Kelso: “You have to try and do something.”

LFP unveils new measures to tackle Spanish football’s financial troubles – from Soccerex: Wednesday’s announcement is the latest move from Spanish authorities to clear up the debt crisis in the domestic game.

Emmanuel Adebayor puts Cabinda behind him as Togo go through – from The Guardian’s Jonathan Wilson: It may not have been great football, but it was magnificent drama.

Rangers’ boycott of Dundee United is poorly timed – from WSC’s Alex Anderson: I can’t remember what anyone else in Scotland was saying last summer as I was too busy listening to the sound of my club being liquidated.

A positive future with Strachan – from Backpage Football’s Andy McDougall: Strachan is sure to recognise these conflicting concerns and maintain a long-term vision.

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