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October 19, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones
vs. Colorado, noon, TeleFutura, Prime Ticket Site -- Home Depot Center. Radio -- 690. Records -- Chivas USA 12-10-6, Rapids 10-14-4. Record vs Rapids -- 1-0-0. Update -- Coach Preki's Chivas USA finds itself in an unusual situation in today's penultimate regular-season game. It can determine its playoff opponent depending on how it approaches the game.
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October 26, 2008 | Grahame L. Jones, Jones is a Times staff writer.
There were three moments of high drama for Chivas USA on Saturday night, and the first occurred not in Carson but in Commerce City, Colo. There, in a gut-wrenching game in which the next-to-last Major League Soccer playoff spot was on the line, the Colorado Rapids had a post-season ticket in their back pocket with less than one minute remaining in regulation. They led, 1-0, on a 19th-minute goal by Conor Casey, and had only to see out the clock.
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October 5, 2008 | From the Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Alecko Eskandarian had a goal and an assist to help Chivas USA beat D.C. United, 3-0, Saturday. Chivas (11-10-6) remains four points behind the Houston Dynamo for first place in the Western Conference. The Dynamo defeated Colorado, 3-1, Saturday. D.C. United (10-14-3) is winless in six games and a point out of the eighth and final playoff spot. Eskandarian, the MLS Cup's most valuable player for D.C. United in 2004, opened the scoring in the 35th minute.
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August 27, 2005 | Paul Gutierrez
FSNW, FSC, FSE Site -- Pizza Hut Park. Radio -- 830. Records -- Chivas USA 3-17-4, FC Dallas 10-7-5. Record vs. FC Dallas -- 0-3-0. Update -- Chivas USA has re-invented itself with the arrival from Mexico of attacking midfielder Francisco Palencia and forward Juan Pablo Garcia. The two combined to score all three of the team's goals in their 3-3 draw with the MetroStars on Sunday, when Chivas blew a 3-1 lead in New Jersey.
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August 22, 2005 | Jim Barrero, Times Staff Writer
A storybook start gave way to a nightmare ending for Juan Francisco Palencia, Juan Pablo Garcia and new and improved Chivas USA on Sunday at Giants Stadium. Amado Guevara scored his third goal in the fourth minute of second-half injury time to rally the MetroStars to a 3-3 tie with Chivas in a Major League Soccer game at East Rutherford, N.J., to spoil the debut of the Chivas reinforcements.
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