DaMarcus Beasley is one of the richest American soccer players and was born on May 24, 1982. He plays for the Houston Dynamo of MLS. He plays the role of winger on the left side of the midfield but he can be used as a left-back also.
He is one of the important players in the Major League Soccer and also the first and only male American to play in four FIFA world cups. He played in under-17 world cup in New Zealand in 1999 and was the second best player right after his mate, Landon Donovan. He played for Chicago Fire but his collaboration with them ended on July 19, 2004 when PSV took him under their cover. Rangers took him on June 2007 and he was the second American to play for Rangers. However, he had to face racial taunts from the crowd but he simply shrugged them off and put his best foot forward. On October 2, 2007, he was the key to the 3-0 victory of Rangers against Lyon in the champions League stage. On August 30, 2010, he joined Hannover for two years and joined Puebla on June 22, 2011 and joined Dynamo on July 23, 2014. He was the captain of United States National Team for 2013 Gold cup and also played for them for four FIFA world cups. He is certainly is an invaluable soccer player who was madly passionate about his game. He retired from the game on December 14, 2014.