May 11, 2008 |
It was one brief moment of class in a dull and lackluster game. One good run, one good pass, one good goal. It came in the 78th minute at the Home Depot Center on Saturday night and it gave the New York Red Bulls a 2-1 Major League Soccer victory over a strangely out-of-sorts Galaxy team. Dane Richards made the run and the pass, moving unchallenged through the Galaxy midfield before sending a finely weighted pass through the Galaxy defense. Juan Pablo Angel did the rest.
May 25, 2008 |
If you can't beat them, cheat them. That appears to be the Galaxy's modus operandi in 2008, and never was it made more clear than Saturday night, when Landon Donovan was the culprit. The incident occurred in the 54th minute of what eventually became a 3-1 Galaxy victory over the Kansas City Wizards at the Home Depot Center.
August 15, 1999 |
"The one thing I learned from Bora," Galaxy Coach Sigi Schmid was saying, "is that you've got to make sure you feed young players the right amounts of playing time." Schmid put Bora Milutinovic's lesson to good use Saturday night, giving Marvin Quijano his first Major League Soccer start and keeping him on the field for 77 sparkling minutes. And when the 19-year-old finally came off, it was to the type of applause that later greeted Los Tigres del Norte at the postgame concert. Enthusiastic.
August 28, 1999 |
The Galaxy's quest to win Major League Soccer's Western Conference title continues to gain momentum, thanks in no small part to its opponent tonight, the Dallas Burn. Within the last 10 days, the Burn has upset the first-place Colorado Rapids and beaten the defending conference and league champion Chicago Fire, both results greatly aiding the Galaxy, which defeated the Burn two weeks ago at the Rose Bowl.
August 14, 1999 |
Two-thirds of the way through its fourth Major League Soccer season, the Galaxy is in a comfortable position. With 11 regular-season games left, one of them tonight against the Dallas Burn at the Rose Bowl, Coach Sigi Schmid's team (13-8) is only a few victories from its fourth consecutive winning season.
August 1, 1999 |
A "fluky" goal by Simon Elliott, some first-class saves by Kevin Hartman and an unyielding defense combined to earn the Galaxy a 1-0 victory over the Major League Soccer champion Chicago Fire in front of a crowd of 21,331 at Soldier Field Saturday. The win, on a sticky, 91-degree afternoon, vaulted the Galaxy past the Fire and into second place in the Western Conference. The only goal came in the 41st minute when a pass from Mauricio Cienfuegos set Clint Mathis free to run at the Fire defense.