Clement Diop injured hip last week and Brian Rowe hasn't played since suffering a shoulder injury in opening week.
There's at least a chance the Seattle Sounders will face the LA Galaxy's third-stringer in goal on Sunday as both Clement Diop and Brian Rowe are recovering from injuries.
Diop suffered a hip injury in Saturday's loss to Orlando City, and although he was able to play all 90 minutes his prognosis is not very good for this week.
The Portland Timbers closed out their preseason with a road win over the LA Galaxy tonight, opening up a two goal lead thanks to a brace from Fanendo Adi before giving up a late consolation goal to end the match at 2-1.
The Timbers started things off looking every bit as dominant as they have throughout the preseason, winning the ball high up the pitch and holding possession for much of the match.
The Sounders goalkeeper has his first action with the US cut short.
Stefan Frei has had to withdraw from his first United States National Team camp after suffering a sprained ankle, US Soccer announced today. LA Galaxy ‘keeper Brian Rowe has replaced the Swiss-born Sounder in Bruce Arena's squad.
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Brian Rowe was a man on a mission in net on Wednesday night, while the Galaxy attack continued its struggles in front of goal.
The LA Galaxy and Colorado Rapids played to a 0-0 tie at StubHub Center, as both sides failed to find a way past the opposing goalkeeper.
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Come July, that's how long goalkeeper Brian Rowe will have been a member of the LA Galaxy. While he has yet to cement his place as the first-choice option since joining the Western Conference club many years ago, Rowe has performed impressively well in goal for the team through four games in 2016.
Having missed several chances earlier in the game, Chris Pontius made most of the a stoppage time opportunity, heading home to ensure all three points for United
For most of the 90 minutes last night during the clash between D.C. United and the LA Galaxy, United players, coaches, and fans had a frustrated edge.
Philadelphia's Keegan Rosenberry one of five players trimmed from Bruce Arena's roster
Keegan Rosenberry won't get a chance to earn his first cap with the United States National Team this weekend after all.
The second-year defender and first-time camp invitee was one of five players released back to their clubs ahead of Sunday's friendly against Serbia in San Diego.
A low-scoring week makes for an unexpected leader
This round saw Rolfin' on the River put up 87 points to lead the league. Mauro Diaz (DAL, $11.6) wore the armband and scored 24 points on a goal and an assist. David Villa (NYC, $12.5) scored 12 points on a goal and an assist, and Patrick Nyarko (DCU, $7.
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