After eight caps and two World Cups, Marcus Hahnemann is considering retiring from the USMNT to focus on his club career.
"I haven't played the last few times I've been called up and traveled. You question whether it's worth going," Hahnemann told the BBC
The 38-year-old, who received his first call-up in 1994, is currently the number one goalkeeper for Wolverhampton in the English Premier League.
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LIVERPOOL OWNERSHIP DECISION EXPECTED TOMORROW
The chaos surrounding John Henry's bid to take over Liverpool FC will take another turn tomorrow morning when the English High Court will hand down a decision over whether or not the club's board can approve the Red Sox owner's 300 million pound offer to buy the club.
Justice Floyd heard from the representatives of current Liverpool owners George Gillett and John Hicks and the Royal Bank of Scotland, who owns the club's massive debt, over the legitimacy of Gillett and Hicks' restructuring of the board to block the sale. If the sale does not go through by this Friday, RBS has the right to call in Liverpool's debt, take control of the club and sell it to whomever they like. This would result in a nine-point penalty for Liverpool for entering administration.
DEMERIT EYEING MLS RETURNS
USMNT defender Jay DeMerit is looking to return home and join an MLS club after he failed to find a team during this summer's transfer window.
DeMerit said he is open to anything but several MLS clubs have shown interest. The 30-year-old began his career with the Chicago Fire but transferred to England in 2003.
MANCHESTER CITY CUT UNITED'S DERBY TICKETS
Frustrated with Manchester United supporter's unwillingness to comply with safety regulations during last year's derby, Manchester City have cut the allocation of tickets to their crosstown rivals. United will have approximately 280 tickets cut when the two teams meet next month.