Wednesday, April 23, 2008


U.S. soccer fans will be thrilled to hear that DaMarcus Beasley returned to full training with Rangers today for the first time since suffering a knee injury back in November. Beasley tore the PCL in his right knee during a Champions League group match on Nov. 27, 2007 against Stuttgart. Following surgery and a lengthy rehab with U.S. national team trainer Jim Hashimoto, Beasley has finally reached full fitness and has set his sights on being ready for the upcoming USA friendlies and the all-important start to the 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign. spoke with Beasley last week on his injury and recovery. You can listen to the full podcast here.

1 comment:

fritz said...

Speaking of Beas, are going to get to see the third installment of the U.S. Ranger videos that began last November. Is it up all ready, did I just miss it?