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Los Angeles Galaxy 2014 News and Updates
7/21/14 - After unloading on visiting New England 5-1 in a midweek game last week, the Los Angeles Galaxy dropped a tough 2-1 decision to Sporting Kansas City. Still, the Galaxy sit tied for fourth place with Colorado and Vancouver, with two games in hand on the Rapids and Whitecaps. In the New England goal-fest, much of the scoring was done by Robbie Keane, who scored a brace and notched a pair of assists, both leading to Gyasi Zardes goals; Stefan Ishizaki being responsible for the Galaxy’s fifth goal, the most in one game since October of 2013. However, a few days later Sporting KC sent the Galaxy to their first outright loss since May, as only Keane could find the back of the net for L.A., and that only after SKC had collected their two tallies. The Galaxy head to the Rose Bowl this week to take on English power Manchester United in a friendly; their next league contest will see them head to Seattle on the 28th.
7/14/14 - The Los Angeles Galaxy started a stretch of three games in eight days, with a 1-0 win over Real Salt Lake at home in Carson, Calif. The Galaxy moved to within a point of fifth-place Vancouver with the win, in a tightly bunched Western Conference where five points separates second place RSL from seventh place Chivas USA. The lone goal of the game was notched by Gyasi Zardes, who took a feed from Marcelo Sarvas in the 20th minute to score his fifth goal in his last six apparances for the Galaxy first team. U.S. national team defender Omar Gonzalez was unavailable to play due to an ankle injury suffered during the U.S.’s heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Belgium in the World Cup. The next of the Galaxy’s games is another home contest in which New England come for a visit, followed by a trip to the heartland to take on Sporting Kansas City in suburban Kansas.
7/8/14 - The Los Angeles Galaxy extended their unbeaten streak to six games this past weekend, when a Portland own goal in the 86th minute gave LA a 2-2 draw at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Marcelo Sarvas opened the scoring in the 65th minute, taking a short pass from Landon Donovan just outside the penalty area, then beating three Portland defenders and a screened goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts with a far post shot. Portland would score twice in a matter of minutes, first by Diego Valeri, then by Jorge Villafana, before the home side would receive the gifted own goal, when a retreating Timbers defender accidentally redirected the ball into his own net. The Galaxy are tied for sixth with the Timbers, both teams receiving one point from the draw; and just a single point behind Vancouver for fifth place. Next up for Los Angeles is a home match with Eastern contender New England.
7/1/14 - With league play starting again after the conclusion of the World Cup’s group stage, the Los Angeles Galaxy got off to a good start, recording a 1-0 win over San Jose in a game held at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, Calif. The affair was a typically loce-played California Clasico affair, with both teams missing on opportunities in the first half. The Galaxy got the break they needed in the second half, shortly after the 60-minute mark, when Gyasi Zardes sent home a pass from Marcelo Sarvas that found Zardes near the 12-yard penalty spot. The Galaxy are unbeaten (three wins and a pair of draws) in their last five league contests, and have moved into a sixth place tie with Portland in the Western Conference table, just a pair of points behind Vancouver. Portland, incidentally, is the next opponent for the Galaxy, this Independence Day at the StubHub Center.
6/9/14 - In their last game before the World Cup break, the Los Angeles Galaxy could manage just a draw with their ground-mates Chivas USA, 1-1 last weekend in the second SuperClasico at StubHub Center. Despite allowing a goal in the 20th minute, Gyasi Zardes bring the Galaxy level in the 35th minute, and from that point, the Galaxy tried mightily but failed to break down the Goats’ defense. The draw extends the Galaxy’s 2014 unbeaten streak to four games, and the string against Chivas USA to seven consecutive games, going back to the 2012 season. Though Chivas USA scored first, the Galaxy dominated possession – some 65.5 percent – but could not convert their late chances into tallies. The Galaxy are now off until a visit to USL PRO side Arizona United in the U.S. Open Cup on the 18th; their next MLS match is on June 28 at San Jose.
6/3/14 - Landon Donovan does it again. Left off the final U.S. national team 23-man roster for the World Cup, Donovan scored his third goal in two games in the second half, allowing the Los Angeles Galaxy to claim a key point against the Chicago Fire, 1-1. Donovan scored on a cross from defender Robbie Rogers, who gained possession of the ball deep in the Galaxy’s defensive end of the pitch and kept it deep into the Chicago end. The 74th minute goal was in answer to a 66th minute penalty kick awarded to the Fire when Galaxy midfielder Juninho brought down forward Quincy Amarikwa; although it appeared that the foul occurred outside the penalty area, the PK was awarded. The Galaxy take on C.D. Chivas USA this weekend in their final game before the start of the World Cup; the squad will be off until June 28th.
5/27/14 - Even though he is still stinging somewhat from being left off the final 23-man World Cup roster of the U.S. men’s national team, the longtime face of the Los Angeles Galaxy finally claimed one of the top career records in Major League Soccer: that of most goals scored in a career. Donovan bagged a brace – two goals, both in the second half – as part of a 4-1 victory over the visiting Philadelphia Union. Donovan’s first tally came in the 49th minute, which moved him past Jeff Cunningham (who left MLS after the 2011 campaign). Donovan worked a sequence with Robbie Keane, who was credited with the assist, then would score a second time, in the 81st minute, which put him a goal clear of Cunningham. The Galaxy have now won two in a row since losing to Houston in the middle of May, and head to Chicago to start the month of June.
5/19/14 - Last place. Bottom of the table. Unfamiliar territory. With their winless string now stretching through four games, the Los Angeles Galaxy find themselves at a record of two wins, three draws and three losses, and just nine points from eight games played, a point behind San Jose, Portland, and (yes) Chivas USA. The Galaxy have managed a single goal scored in the month of May, that being the stoppage-time equalizer by Robbie Keane against Portland. Last weekend it was Houston who defeated the Galaxy, 1-0, on a second half throw-in misplayed by Galaxy goalkeeper Jaime Penedo, which was taken advantage of by the Dynamo. The Galaxy have one more chance at a win this month when Philadelphia Union come to the StubHub Center on June 25, a Sunday match.
5/14/14 - The Los Angeles Galaxy have done themselves no favors the past couple of weekends in May. After falling 1-0 on May 3 when they traveled to Colorado, the Galaxy got a point a weekend later in a 1-1 draw with Portland on Mother’s Day, in which neither team could find the back of the nets until stoppage time very late in the second half. The Galaxy thought they had a game-winner when Robbie Keane headed one home in the 92nd minute of play, only to have the Timbers’ Diego Valeri strike just as the match ended. The Galaxy took 21 shots to Portland’s 10, though L.A. only had a 5-4 shots-on-goal advantage. Landon Donovan is still looking for his 136th goal, which would place him at the top of the MLS all-time goal-scorers’ table, but it appears that won’t happen until after he returns from the World Cup finals in Brazil. The Galaxy’s next game is another road match, this time in Houston, this coming weekend.
5/6/14 - Taking a 1-0 loss away to the Colorado Rapids, the Los Angeles Galaxy found themselves a bit out of sorts after midfielder Marcelo Sarvas went down during midweek training with a sprained medial collateral ligament; the injury will keep Sarvas out of training for at least two months, according to Galaxy officials. The Galaxy struggled to find some form to cover Sarvas’s absence on the pitch, but were unable to find an answer; with forward Robbie Keane saying in an interview, “We just looked kind of lackadaisical.” The loss was just the Galaxy’s second failure to secure a point in league play this season; because of their remaining appearance in CONCACAF Champions League at the beginning of the season, the Galaxy have played just six games so far to avoid schedule congestion – leaving them with three games in hand on most of the Western Conference, including the current top five in points. The next opponent for the Galaxy will be Portland, who is one of the more disappointing squads of this young season.
4/28/14 - Idle this past weekend, the Los Angeles Galaxy will head to Colorado this coming weekend to take on the Rapids, on May 3 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. As well, at least two more games have been added to the schedule – an international friendly match against traditional English Premier League power Manchester United, at the historic Rose Bowl on July 23; and their opening match in the 101st edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, which will be played in the to-be-determined date range of June 10-18. The Galaxy have won a pair of Open Cups in their history, the first coming in 2001, the other as part of a domestic cup double (with MLS Cup) in 2005. (Interestingly enough, both USOC victories were followed up the next year by second-place finishes.) More recent results have seen the Galaxy fail to get past Carolina RailHawks of the second-division North American Soccer League the last two tournaments, which are open to all U.S. Soccer Federation affiliated clubs in the country, across every level of the pyramid from amateur to MLS.
4/21/14 - Even though they’ve only lost once in five matches, the Los Angeles Galaxy find themselves in sixth place in Major League Soccer’s Western Conference, a point behind Vancouver and a full eight points in arrears of conference leader F.C. Dallas. Irish international Robbie Keane is having a good season, currently with four goals scored on the young season, two behind U.S. international Clint Dempsey, and C.D. Chivas USA’s Erick Torres, and tied with four other players. The Galaxy most recently drew 2-2 with Whitecaps F.C., at B.C. Place in Vancouver; Keane notched his fourth, while teammate Stefan Ishizaki opened the Galaxy scoring. Unfortunately the Los Angeles defense could not hold the lead given to them by the Irishman, allowing the Whitecaps to draw level in the 86th minute. The Galaxy are off until May 3, when they travel to Colorado to take on the Rapids.
10/22/13 - The Galaxy are returning to the MLS Cup Playoffs for a fifth consecutive year and currently sit in third place in the West with one game left in the regular season. Although LA is no longer in contention for the Supporters' Shield, the Galaxy will play in their fifteenth postseason, an MLS record. Another upside, Landon Donovan and Omar Gonzalez are back in the lineup after dealing with injuries.
6/1/13 - The Home Depot Center was renamed the StubHub Center.
2/28/13 - David Beckham may be gone, but the Los Angeles Galaxy have high hopes, as they aim for a yet another Major League Soccer first in 2013 — becoming the first MLS side to three-peat. Last year saw the Galaxy become just the third squad, after D.C. United (1996-97) and Houston Dynamo (2006-07), to win back-to-back championships. Among the returnees are Ireland international Robbie Keane, and U.S. international Landon Donovan, both of whom found the back of the net in significant quantities (16 goals for Keane, nine for Donovan), as well as forward Mike Magee; Brazilian midfielder Juninho, and defenders Omar Gonzalez and Sean Franklin. Stepping in as goalkeeper is Italian Carlo Cudicini, best known as one of the top keepers in the Barclays Premier League while with Chelsea F.C. Not only have the Galaxy kept the MLS Cup, they also qualified for another year of international club competition, their fourth consecutive in CONCACAF Champions League facing the top club teams in North and Central America and the Caribbean. Can Bruce Arena’s club score another MLS Cup trophy? Can they become the first MLS side to win CONCACAF honors since an earlier Galaxy squad claimed the CONCACAF Champions Cup in 2000? Supporters at the Home Depot Center are certainly hoping so!
Los Angeles Galaxy 2014 Season
It’s been seven years since the Los Angeles Galaxy made one of the largest splashes by an American side on the international footballing pond, since the old New York Cosmos landing Pele in the 1970s, with their signing of David Beckham. Becks has moved on, but his legacy remains – the Galaxy are now the powers of MLS, having won back to back MLS Cups in 2011-12, and visiting the final three times in four years. Coach Bruce Arena still has a powerful squad, led by the strike duo of American Landon Donovan and Irishman Robbie Keane; Brazilian midfielder Juninho; and defender Omar Gonzalez, who will also likely see time at the World Cup in Brazil for the U.S. The Galaxy will be hitting the ground running in 2014 as well, with an interesting CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal draw against the Xolos of Club Tijuana.
Despite success in the recent years, LA Galaxy tickets are fifth cheapest in MLS. The average Galaxy ticket is $43 at the Home Depot Center, a field the team shares with rival Chivas USA. When the two crosstown rivals meet in the LA Derby on March 17, cheap Galaxy tickets are available for just $8. The get-in price for the October 6 matchup is $18. The LA Derby is the only intra-city rivalry in the League. The LA Galaxy schedule also includes two matchups against chief rival the San Jose Earthquakes (8/31, 10/20). The average ticket to watch the California Clásico is $47.
2012 MLS Cup tickets at the Home Depot Center averaged $215. After winning the MLS Cup Final, the LA Galaxy joined DC United as American soccer's most decorated professional clubs.