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Seattle Sounds off on Galaxy, 3-0

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Seattle Sounders dominated early as they raced out to a three goal lead in the first half and never looked back in a 3-0 win over the Galaxy Sunday before 24,931 at StubHub Center.

Early Goal Beats Galaxy

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy allowed a goal in the eighth minute and Portland made it stand up the rest of the way in a 1-0 win over LA Sunday before 20, 982 at StubHub Center. 

Opening not so Grand for Galaxy

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy gave up two goals in the second half and couldn’t recover in a 2-1 loss to FC Dallas Saturday in the MLS opener before 23,554 at StubHub Center.

Galaxy Gets a Tie in Finale

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy and FC Dallas battled to a scoreless draw in the regular season finale Sunday before 27,167 at StubHub Center.

Donovan Returns to Galaxy

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Landon Donovan, who retired after the 2014 season, has signed with the LA Galaxy for the remainder of the season. 

The TEN: 8/31/2016

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)

Nothing Across for Galaxy, Vancouver

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – For 90 plus minutes both teams pushed, shoved, ran and kicked their way towards the net. They both had their opportunities but in the end neither the Galaxy or the Vancouver Whitecaps could cash in and had to settle for a 0-0 tie Saturday night before a sold out crowd of 25,667 at StubHub Center.

One is Enough for Galaxy

By Tim Peterson (Carson) -Steven Gerrard scored in the 66th minute and that was all the Galaxy needed to beat Houston 1-0 Friday night before 25,667 at StubHub Center.

Galaxy Whitewashes Whitecaps

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Robbie Keane scored in the 12th minute and  Jeff “Big Red” Larentowicz added a goal early in the second half to lead the Galaxy to a 2-0 shutout over Vancouver Monday night before a sold out Fourth of July crowd of 27, 167 at Stubhub Center.

Just Joshing Around the Pitch: 6/29/2016

By Josh Ouellette Go Ísland. With England and its homeland, United Kingdom, dealing with Brexit back home, the Three Lions took what will be considered to be an early exit from the 2016 European Championships and possibly the worst loss in the proud footballing nation’s history.