August 26, 2008 |
at Tauro FC, 5 PDT, Galavision Site -- Rod Carew Stadium, Panama City, Panama. Competition -- Preliminary round, CONCACAF Champions League. Update -- Tonight's game, the first in a home-and-home series in the newly created CONCACAF Champions League, marks Chivas USA's inaugural trip to Panama. Tauro FC, founded in 1984, has won seven Panamanian championships and has finished as runner-up six times. Chivas comes into the game in the midst of a five-game winless streak in MLS competition and has not scored a goal in its last two games.
March 22, 2009 |
Paulo Nagamura's job description involves a lot of hard running, a lot of timely tackling and a lot of defensive work in Chivas USA's midfield. On Saturday night, the 26-year-old Brazilian did all of that but also added a new and unexpected wrinkle. He scored two goals in the space of five minutes -- only the fifth and sixth goals of his four-year and 113-game Major League Soccer career -- as Chivas came from behind to defeat the Colorado Rapids, 2-1, in the MLS season opener for both teams.
April 6, 2009 |
There is laughter in the Chivas USA locker room these days, laughter and the sort of camaraderie that comes from winning. Take Jesse Marsch, for instance. One of Major League Soccer's original players, Marsch played his 301st regular-season game Sunday evening, a 2-1 win over the Columbus Crew at the Home Depot Center. "It is a little bit depressing because I'm halfway through my career now," Marsch, 35, joked after Chivas USA's third consecutive victory. So, is a 30-0 season in the cards?
August 31, 2008 |
They held a track meet at the Home Depot Center on Saturday night but called it a soccer game. Chivas USA and Toronto FC ran flat-out for 90 minutes -- even though there was nary a gold medal in sight -- and at the end the home team edged the visitors at the wire. Barely. In the fourth and final minute of stoppage time, one of the players who had run the least -- Toronto goalkeeper Greg Sutton -- accidentally allowed the game to slip literally through his fingers as Chivas won, 2-1, on a rare goal by Atiba Harris.
November 13, 2009 |
On Thursday, four days after being eliminated in the first round of the Major League Soccer playoffs for the fourth year in a row, Chivas USA parted company with Coach Preki "by mutual agreement." Preki, 46, former Major League Soccer and U.S. national team standout, said he was leaving to pursue other coaching opportunities. In his three seasons, Preki compiled a 40-29-21 record in the regular season and a 0-3-3 record in the playoffs. -- Grahame L. Jones -- Brigham Young defeated UC Santa Barbara, 2-0, in the first round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament in Stanford, eliminating the Gauchos.
May 14, 2010
GALAXY TONIGHT VS. TORONTO When: 7:30. Where: Home Depot Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket. Radio: 570, 1330. Records: Galaxy 7-0-1, Toronto 3-4-0. Update: Tonight's game will be the last for Galaxy forwards Landon Donovan and Edson Buddle before they leave to join the U.S. team for its pre-World Cup camp at Princeton University. If both make the final roster of 23, they would be gone until, at the very earliest, the Galaxy's July 4 home game against Seattle.