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LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane has said he would like to coach his native Republic of Ireland one day.
Keane, the Republic's all-time record goal-scorer, completed the first stages of his coaching qualifications in Ireland last year and confirmed that he plans to move into management when he retires from playing.
"I would like to be a manager, but I would still be coaching at the start -- whether that is...
LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena said he was surprised by Steven Gerrard's high level of excitement about moving to Major League Soccer, after the two met on Thursday.
Arena made the short trip from the Galaxy's preseason camp in Dublin to meet with Gerrard at Anfield ahead of Liverpool's Europa League match against Besiktas.
Gerrard will see out his final season with Liverpool before joining LA in July, but Arena said the 34-year-old is looking forward to the new challenge.
"I saw him yesterday and...
Robbie Keane has insisted he does not expect to hand over the captaincy of LA Galaxy to Steven Gerrard when the outgoing Liverpool skipper makes his high-profile move to California at the start of July.
Keane has emerged as the leader of the Galaxy charge since the departures of David Beckham and Landon Donovan from the Los Angeles franchise, with the Irishman suggesting his former Liverpool teammate will not be arriving to replace him as team leader of the reigning MLS champions.
"He is arriving...
Former U.S. star Landon Donovan revealed he has "never been this happy" since he began his retirement, and announced he is engaged to be married.
Donovan retired after the LA Galaxy won the MLS Cup in December, and he took to Facebook on Tuesday to update fans on what he's been doing since he walked away from playing at age 32.
"Retirement has been everything I could have hoped for," Donovan wrote. "I've enjoyed trips to Peru and Ecuador to visit orphanages, Bandon Dunes Golf Course in Oregon, India...