Archives: Los Angeles Galaxy

Real Salt Lake Championship Caps Off Exciting MLS Cup Final Weekend

Posted on by Robert Jonas

(Seattle, WA) — Would the big local crowds that have filled Qwest Field to watch their Sounders play all season long come out to watch the MLS Cup Final? Would supporters from Los Angeles and Salt Lake City make the … Continue reading

MLS Cup Final Preview Part Two: Coaching and Intangibles

Posted on by Robert Jonas

In the first part of our 2009 MLS Cup Final preview, the Real Salt Lake and Los Angeles Galaxy players were assessed and compared, with a slight advantage being measured for the Galaxy. In this continuation of our analysis, attention … Continue reading

MLS Cup Final Preview: Which Team has the Advantage?

Posted on by Robert Jonas

Before the playoffs began, the consensus was that the teams in the Western Conference were more prepared to the lift the MLS Cup in Seattle on November 22nd. Little did we know then how prophetic that sentiment was, as we … Continue reading

After A Bumpy Season The Houston Dynamo Finish Second in the MLS West

Posted on by Brian Zygo

The Houston Dynamo’s 2009 regular season came to an end on Sunday as they beat Chivas USA 3-2 at the Home Depot Center. Coming into Sunday’s match, both teams had secured playoff berths, but the outcome would decide the seeding … Continue reading

MLS Table As It Now Stands 10/18 Update

Posted on by Eric Altshule

One week to go, and this is where we stand: As the table stands now, this would be the playoff matchup – WEST  Los Angeles vs Seattle Houston vs Chivas EAST Columbus vs  Colorado Chicago vs Toronto Remember, the first … Continue reading

Must See TV

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

For the fourth time in three years, the Galaxy and Burn, I mean Hoops, or whatever they are called these days, has played an entertaining game of the highest sort. This is a big break for MLS, as two of … Continue reading

The Maestro: Bruce Arena Turns the Galaxy Around

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

He’s the best manager this nation has ever produced. Not only is he the best, but the gap between Bruce Arena and the second best American manager ever (Bob Bradley, Dom Kinnear, Mooch Myernick, etc?) is so wide it’s not … Continue reading

The Rivalry That Defines MLS: Galaxy-DC United

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Football is about passion. Football is about trophies. Football is about titles. On this first MLS weekend, a quick glance at the schedule shows matchups like Chivas USA-Colorado Rapids and San Jose Earthquakes (the expansion team, not the the DeRo … Continue reading

When a Deadline Isn’t a Deadline

Posted on by Jason Pedersen

Well we all know the lockdown date of David Beckham’s soccer career was Friday the 13th, 2009, but here we sit and it’s February 17th 2009 and everything is up in the air. I wrote here last week applauding Major … Continue reading

It’s Time to End the Beckham Experiment

Posted on by Jason Pedersen

Let’s face it, the great David Beckham experience was pretty much a flop. Now don’t get me wrong, he did provide great some great moments, there were a lot of LA Galaxy jerseys sold, there was a peak of some … Continue reading