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Houston Dynamo

Erick Torres signs 5-year deal with MLS, will join Houston Dynamo

Mexican international Erick "El Cubo" Torres will remain in Major League Soccer, joining the Houston Dynamo as a designated player on a five-year deal, the club announced on Tuesday night.

Torres, 21, starred for Chivas USA last season while on loan from the now-defunct MLS team's Mexican parent club, Chivas Guadalajara. After that loan expired this month, MLS signed Torres to a permanent deal and offered his contract to all 20 clubs.

The Dynamo were the only team to accept the terms of the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

DaMarcus Beasley says he's retiring from USMNT

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden believes DaMarcus Beasley was able to play in four World Cups for the U.S. because of his ability to adapt and reinvent himself in the latter stages of his career.
DaMarcus Beasley, 32, has retired from the United States national team as the only American to play in four World Cups.
Football requires great endurance, and DaMarcus Beasley shows what kind of fitness is required to play.

DaMarcus Beasley on Monday announced his retirement from the U.S. national team after a 14-year career.

The 32-year-old made his national team debut in 2001 at age 18 and earned 121 caps, scoring 17 goals. He is the only U.S. player to participate in four World Cups (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014), and he started all four matches at left back this summer in Brazil.

Beasley posted the news on his Instagram account with this message: 

"Where do I start? Honestly I never thought this day would come,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Owen Coyle took Houston Dynamo job over 'six, seven' other offers

Former Burnley and Bolton manager Owen Coyle bristled at inferences that the stateside league was career suicide and said that he turned down "six, seven jobs" before settling on the head coaching job at Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo, according to a report.

"That's not a concern of mine because when all's said and done I couldn't care less what that visibility is or isn't," the 48-year-old, whose hiring was announced earlier this week, told The Guardian.

"Because the bottom line is I'm here...