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  • Galaxy's partnership with USL Pro gives young players a chance to develop

    Galaxy's partnership with USL Pro gives young players a chance to develop
    The Galaxy's present met its future Saturday at the StubHub Center. And it was likely the future of Major League Soccer that was on display as well. On one side were Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez and Landon Donovan, guys you've probably heard of. Let's...
  • Boys' soccer: Matthew Koh gets three goals for No. 1 Loyola

     Loyola, seeded No. 1 in the Southern Section Division 1 soccer playoffs, received three goals from Matthew Koh in a 6-1 victory over Laguna Hills on Thursday in an opening round playoff match. In Division 4, top-seeded L.A. Cathedral defeated Norwalk,...
  • Liverpool's Luis Suarez tones down outbursts, but not his scoring

    Liverpool's Luis Suarez tones down outbursts, but not his scoring
    Luis Suarez says he is a changed man. Whether that change is for better or worse he didn't specify. But when you spend the whole of training camp petulantly demanding a trade and are forced to sit out the first five games of the regular season because...
  • Status of Jermaine Jones, Fabian Johnson a concern for U.S. World Cup team

    Status of Jermaine Jones, Fabian Johnson a concern for U.S. World Cup team
    While the U.S. national team prepares for its first soccer game of the World Cup year Saturday against South Korea at StubHub Center, Coach Juergen Klinsmann is monitoring two key players in Germany. During a break in training Monday, Klinsmann said...
  • Galaxy plans USL Pro minor-league team to boost player development

    Galaxy plans USL Pro minor-league team to boost player development
    The Galaxy plans to form a team in the USL Pro minor-league soccer series to bolster its development of players for the big-league club, the Times has learned. The team will be called Galaxy II and will play its home games at StubHub Center in Carson,...
  • Galaxy signs Swedish midfielder Stefan Ishizaki

    Galaxy signs Swedish midfielder Stefan Ishizaki
    The Galaxy on Thursday signed attacking midfielder Stefan Ishizaki, who has spent the last eight years playing for the Swedish soccer team IF Elfsborg. "Stefan is an excellent addition to our team," Galaxy head Coach Bruce Arena said in a statement. "He...
  • Soccer ball as globe in 'Fútbol: The Beautiful Game' at LACMA

    Soccer ball as globe in 'Fútbol: The Beautiful Game' at LACMA
    The beautiful game first revealed itself to Franklin Sirmans in the lightning-bolt shots of Giorgio Chinaglia. In the gazelle-like strides of Franz Beckenbauer. And in the audacious inventiveness of the Brazilian forward Pelé. It was the late 1970s, and...
  • Mike Magee's World Cup hopes dealt setback because of illness

    Mike Magee's World Cup hopes dealt setback because of illness
    Mike Magee needed a big effort in Saturday's international friendly with South Korea to keep alive his long shot bid to make the U.S. World Cup team. But he didn't get it, failing to dress for the friendly because of what U.S. Soccer officials said...
  • World Cup will be a huge test for U.S.

    World Cup will be a huge test for U.S.
    Michael Parkhurst was still playing in the German Bundesliga in December when the pairings for this summer's World Cup were announced. And he remembers few of his teammates at FC Augsburg felt the need to hide their feelings about a draw that placed...
  • Chris Wondolowski leads the U.S. past South Korea, 2-0

    Chris Wondolowski leads the U.S. past South Korea, 2-0
    With the U.S. in the final stretch before this summer's World Cup, Coach Juergen Klinsmann has challenged his players to step up and make a statement if they want to make the team. Chris Wondolowski proved Saturday that he got the message, scoring goals...
  • Mexico's Carlos Vela turns down World Cup invitation

    Mexico's Carlos Vela turns down World Cup invitation
    Mexico  apparently will be going to this summer's World Cup in Brazil without its best player. Striker Carlos Vela, who hasn't played for his country in three years because of a dispute with the former Mexican coach Jose Manuel de la Torre and the...