USMNT Midfielder Jermaine Jones Announces Retirement

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (September 7, 2018) — First it was Clint Dempsey, now it’s Jermaine Jones. The U.S. Men’s National Team midfielder announced his retirement from professional soccer on Friday. Jones, who was born in Frankfurt, Germany to an American father and German mother, most recently played for the LA Galaxy at the club level. USMNT […] READ MORE


Reactions To The LA Galaxy Roster Decisions Going Into 2017 Off-Season

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Editorial (November 29, 2017) – Major League Soccer never truly has down time. It’s why I love it and why it drives most fans crazy. This week is a buzz with most teams announcing major roster decisions and moves. The LA Galaxy roster decisions indicate a major shake up for the club going into 2018. Let’s […] READ MORE


LA Galaxy Injuries: Things Go From Bad To Worse With Brian Rowe Out 6-8 Weeks

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Editorial (June 2, 2017) – The LA Galaxy medical staff has another body to deal with. Starting goalkeeper Brian Rowe suffered a groin injury in training this week. He is expected to miss 6-8 weeks. LA Galaxy Injuries: Things Go From Bad To Worse With Brian Rowe Out 6-8 Weeks The Galaxy were already banged […] READ MORE


LA Galaxy at New York Red Bulls: Three Takeaways

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Editorial (May 17, 2017) – Head Coach Curt Onalfo might have been right when he said the LA Galaxy became a team against the Chicago Fire. And that would be the team we would watch going forward. LA got a huge 3-1 win on Sunday at New York Red Bulls. It was the Galaxy’s first […] READ MORE


Three Thoughts On The LA Galaxy Draw Against The Chicago Fire

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Editorial (May 11, 2017) – The LA Galaxy had an exciting but frustrating draw this past weekend against the Chicago Fire. Head Coach Curt Onalfo proclaimed that the Galaxy became a team that night, coming back from a 2-0 deficit to draw the match 2-2. We learned a few things about the LA Galaxy as […] READ MORE


LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire: Stars at the Center

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The Chicago Fire are heading to Los Angeles for the final leg of their three game away stint. The Men In Red were unable to secure any points in either New York or Toronto and have only earned one point on the road in 2017. The Fire are facing a Galaxy team growing into a […] READ MORE


Right Back Nathan Smith: The “Small Pit Bull” Impresses Coaches And Teammates

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Editorial (April 9, 2017) – He’s an MLS Rookie, he’s 22-years-old, and he’s starting to earn his stripes. Homegrown Nathan Smith has three starts and four appearances this season for the LA Galaxy. After a home win against the Montreal Impact, he’s impressing his coaches and teammates. Right Back Nathan Smith: The “Small Pit Bull” […] READ MORE


Jermaine Jones: LA Galaxy Are A Work In Progress

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CARSON, CA (March 4, 2017) – It was a rough start to the Curt Onalfo Era for the LA Galaxy this weekend. The club lost at home 2-1 against FC Dallas, who were playing their third game in ten days. While LA had some good moments, they still have work to do if they want […] READ MORE


Three Questions for the 2017 New England Revolution Season

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One of the original ten MLS franchises, the New England Revolution have seen quite a bit of changes ahead of their 22nd season. But the past few recent campaigns have seemingly brought more questions than answers for manager Jay Heaps’ squad. Three Questions for the 2017 New England Revolution Season The mid-season addition of US […] READ MORE


Things to Watch for the Next Round of USMNT World Cup Qualifiers

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After Bruce Arena’s first camp back in charge, the USMNT came away with a victory over Jamaica and a draw with a weak Serbian side. Some players stood out, while others showed they are unfit for the national team. Overall, this camp was a good evaluation of the MLS player pool. Even though this camp was only […] READ MORE