2018 mls season

Major League Soccer

Galaxy first means resisting loan deals in 2018

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Nov 15, 2017) US Soccer Players - The LA Galaxy's disastrous 2017 MLS campaign left much destruction in its wake. Coaches and executives lost their jobs or faced demotions. The club showed players the exit. New faces both on and off the field came and will undoubtedly arrive to help right the wrongs in 2018.

Playing to win in DC, New England, and Philadelphia

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By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON DC (Nov 3, 2017) US Soccer Players - We're in the midst of the 2017 MLS Cup playoffs. The best teams in the league battle it out for supremacy on fields from Cascadia to New York City. Meanwhile, a quieter, much less fun process is unfolding in all of the cities left out of the postseason party.

How to overhaul an MLS team

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Nov 1, 2017) US Soccer Players - The MLS Cup Playoffs are in full swing this week as each of the conference semifinal series have completed their first legs. The round before produced some dramatic moments while the coming days promise to have some riveting action as teams try and extend or salvage their respective seasons.

Sigi Schmid steps up with the Galaxy

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By Luis Bueno – RIVERSIDE, CA (Oct 25, 2017) US Soccer Players - If you were to take a wrecking ball and repeatedly slam it into the LA Galaxy's facilities at StubHub Center, the destruction and forced rebuild would be a massive undertaking. Somehow, it would not be near the level of the rebuilding process which the club is now firmly in the midst of.