July 6, 2008 |
At first, Ante Razov didn't know if his free kick was too far out to put on goal. Luckily for Chivas USA, he decided it wasn't. Razov's goal in the 88th minute gave Chivas (6-6-3, 21 points) a 1-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes (3-9-3, 12 points) and lifted Chivas into a tie with the Galaxy for first place in the Western Conference. The teams play each other Thursday.
July 16, 2008 |
vs. Santos Laguna, 7, Telefutura Site -- Home Depot Center. Radio -- 1330. Records -- Both teams are 0-1-0 in the SuperLiga tournament. Update -- Chivas got off to a fast start in its opening SuperLiga contest against Pachuca, scoring in the 16th minute. After that, chances were hard to come by. Pachuca controlled the rest of the match and won, 2-1.
January 5, 2008 |
Chivas USA President Shawn Hunter confirmed on Friday that the team has received offers from multiple clubs in Europe for Brad Guzan, last season's Major League Soccer goalkeeper of the year. Some offers call for Guzan to leave Chivas USA this month, others call for him to leave in the summer. Guzan, 24, is in the final year of a three-year contract he signed after getting drafted. Hunter said he has talked to Guzan's agent about a contract extension, but that Chivas hasn't made any offers yet.
October 26, 2008 |
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.
October 5, 2008 |
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.