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From being drafted by LA Galaxy in 1999 to stops in the Premier League, Bundesliga and beyond, DaMarcus Beasley continues to thrive 20-years since his debut.
Houston Dynamo captain and U.S. international DaMarcus Beasley announced on Monday that he is retiring following the 2019 season.
Beasley, a mainstay for the national team and the only American to play in four World Cups during his international career, took to Twitter to make the announcement with a #quickliketakingoffabandaid at the end.
pic.twitter.com/Doo45Luy7L— DaMarcus Beasley (@DaMarcusBeasley) May 20, 2019
The 36-year-old broke into MLS with the Chicago Fire in 2000 and played there until 2004, when PSV Eindhoven of the Netherlands paid a $2.5 million transfer…