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Landon Donovan
  • Birth Name: Landon Timothy Donovan
  • Birth Place: Ontario, CA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 03/04/1982, Pisces
  • Profession: Pro soccer player
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VIDEO: The Daily Show 6/30/2010

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The Daily Show 6/30/2010
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American midfielder Landon Donovan and Head Coach Bob Bradley talk about the U.S. team's incredible run at this year's World Cup. watch

Three Stories to Watch as Major League Soccer Kicks Off a New Season

March Madness is here, baseball is about to throw its first pitch and playoff races are starting to heat up in the NBA and NHL. But that's not stopping Major League Soccer from fighting for its share of the sports fan's attention. Season 16 kicks off tonight with the Seattle Sounders hosting the L.A. Galaxy in what has quickly developed into one of the league's ...
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Soccer Player Landon Donovan Files for Divorce From Rules of Engagement Star

Soccer star Landon Donovan has filed for divorce from his wife, Rules of Engagement actress Bianca Kajlich, has confirmed.

"We remain the closest of friends and will always be important parts of each other's lives," the couple said in a joint statement.

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Landon Donovan's Game Time 'Superstitions'
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Donovan, Henry look ahead to World Cup

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Soccer Stud Landon Donovan Is the Star of His Galaxy

The American public has a love-hate relationship with soccer, so it was fitting that the U.S. national team's recent run at the World Cup was both exhilarating and maddening. Though they had a tendency to surrender early goals, the squad's scrappy resilience earned them new fans — and impressive TV ratings. "I thought we played pretty well for the most part," midfielder Landon Donovan says of his team, which lost a frustrating game to Ghana in the Round of 16... read more

American Ingenuity: Jimmy Kimmel's Dark Room, a Record-Breaker at Wimbledon and a World Cup Stunner

We're no xenophobes, but television had us feeling rather patriotic this week. Treme made us bow our heads for the Louisiana bayou. Top Chef aimed at improving our kids' school lunches. American John Isner triumphed in a record-breaking Wimbledon match. Jimmy Kimmel made lemonade out of a lemon-y electrical problem. And the U.S. World Cup team's last-minute victory had us waving a giant foam finger that says "We're No. 1." — tastefully, of course. Welcome to Top Moments: American Ingenuity Edition.

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ESPN Aims to Score With World Cup Game Plan

Many Americans still sneer at soccer, but ESPN is determined to make this country care about the world's game. And when ESPN decides to do something, they do it big. The self-proclaimed "worldwide leader in sports" has given an enormous promotional push for its coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and will pull out all the bells and whistles for live telecasts of every game, beginning with Friday's first match, between host South Africa and Mexico (June 11, 9:30am/8:30c)... read more

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