“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.
- Transfer deadline.
- Beckham moves to Paris.
- Klinsmann’s Honduras roster.
- Everton’s win.
- Hexagonal qualifying.
Altidore shrugs off racist chants, says he’ll pray for abusive fans – from SI.com’s Grant Wahl: “Then I understood clearly it was for me.”
Parkhurst ready to fight in Germany – from MLSsoccer.com’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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