Major League Soccer: DaMarcus Beasley agrees to deal with Houston Dynamo
U.S. national team veteran DaMarcus Beasley has agreed to join the Houston Dynamo as a designated player.
Beasley played every minute for the U.S. during the World Cup and played for Puebla in Mexico the past three seasons. The 32-year-old also played for PSV, Rangers and Hannover. He played four seasons with the Chicago Fire from 2000 to 2004.
"Really excited to say that Im officially apart of the @HoustonDynamo family! Can't wait to get started n meet everyone! #foreverorange," Beasley wrote on Twitter.
Plans for national soccer training center unveiled
Major League Soccer's Sporting Kansas City announced plans to build a $75 million National Training and Coaching Development Center.
Sporting chief executive Robb Heineman joined Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and Wyandotte County officials Wednesday to announce plans for the 190-acre soccer village about 10 minutes from Sporting Kansas City's home stadium.
Center supporters say they hope the complex will serve as the future home of the U.S. Soccer Federation. Plans call for 16 fields, including one climate-controlled indoor field, 11 outdoor grass fields and four outdoor synthetic fields.
The center is expected to be completed in 2016.
See more about comments here.