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DaMarcus Beasley was one of the most prominent players in MLS, and won the Silver Ball trophy in the 1999 U-17 World Cup tournament.
Beasley's talent has been clear since he joined the IMG Soccer Academy, the United States Soccer Federation's Residency program in Bradenton, Florida.
Before moving to Florida, Beasley played at South Side High School in Fort Wayne for 2 years with his brother Jamar. Beasley starred in the 1999 U-17 World Cup in New Zealand, winning the Silver Ball as the tournament's second best player.
Beasley signed with the MLS on March 16, 1999, and was allocated to the Los Angeles Galaxy. However, without playing a single game, he was traded to the Chicago Fire, with whom he excelled from his debut in 2000. In four seasons in the MLS, Beasley scored 14 goals and recorded 20 assists.
His stay with the Fire ended on July 19, 2004, when Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven agreed on a transfer fee with MLS worth $2.5 million. He signed a four-year contract.
In his first season in the Eredivisie, Beasley played 29 games, scored 6 goals in 34 domestic games of the Dutch season and was also key in helping PSV win their 18th league title. On May 28, 2005, PSV advanced to the final of the Dutch Amstel Cup by beating Feyenoord Rotterdam in a penalty shootout after Beasley's goal in the final minute of regulation tied the match.
Beasley became the first American to play in the semifinal stages of the UEFA Champions League against AC Milan. In the first leg, PSV lost 2-0 at the San Siro.
In the second leg, PSV won 3-1 at Philips Stadion, but they were eliminated based on the away goals rule. Despite the loss, Beasley was a key player, leading his team with 4 goals in 12 Champions League games.
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