FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2016, file photo, Los Angeles Galaxy forward Landon Donovan controls the ball during the second half of a knockout-round MLS playoff soccer match against Real Salt Lake in Carson, Calif. Donovan is coming out of retirement for the second time in three years, this time to join Club Leon in Mexico. The Liga MX team announced Donovan’s return to soccer on Twitter on Friday night, Jan. 12, 2018. Donovan also tweeted about joining Club Leon, saying he was excited to face former U.S. teammate and current C.F. Pachuca player Omar Gonzalez next month.
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2016, file photo, Los Angeles Galaxy forward Landon Donovan controls the ball during the second half of a knockout-round MLS playoff soccer match against Real Salt Lake in Carson, Calif. Donovan is coming out of retirement for the second time in three years, this time to join Club Leon in Mexico. The Liga MX team announced Donovan’s return to soccer on Twitter on Friday night, Jan. 12, 2018. Donovan also tweeted about joining Club Leon, saying he was excited to face former U.S. teammate and current C.F. Pachuca player Omar Gonzalez next month. Alex Gallardo, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2016, file photo, Los Angeles Galaxy forward Landon Donovan controls the ball during the second half of a knockout-round MLS playoff soccer match against Real Salt Lake in Carson, Calif. Donovan is coming out of retirement for the second time in three years, this time to join Club Leon in Mexico. The Liga MX team announced Donovan’s return to soccer on Twitter on Friday night, Jan. 12, 2018. Donovan also tweeted about joining Club Leon, saying he was excited to face former U.S. teammate and current C.F. Pachuca player Omar Gonzalez next month. Alex Gallardo, File AP Photo

Donovan coming out of retirement again to play in Mexico

January 13, 2018 01:33 AM

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