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May 15, 2004 | Grahame L. Jones
Site -- Home Depot Center. Radio -- KMPC (1540), KMXE (830, Spanish), Radio Korea (1230). Records -- Galaxy 3-1-2, Rapids 1-1-3. Record vs. Rapids -- 1-0-0. Update -- The Galaxy has not lost at home since it was beaten by the Kansas City Wizards on Sept. 27. The Rapids have not won on the road since they defeated the Earthquakes at San Jose on Aug. 30.
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April 8, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN
The news just keeps getting better for 20-year-old Dan Califf of Orange. In the last three months, Califf has become engaged and signed his first professional contract after being picked sixth overall in the MLS draft by his hometown team, the Galaxy. And on Friday he was one of 18 players named to the United States Olympic soccer team. Califf, one of three Galaxy players and one of 12 Californians on the roster, was with the team at the U.S.
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March 31, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Born in West Hills and raised on soccer fields throughout the Valley, Mike Preis of Cal State Northridge and Chatsworth High is about to fulfill a childhood fantasy. On Sunday, he will leave for Brazil, where he'll play for the U.S. under-23 national team in an exhibition on April 7. "It's a dream come true playing for the national team," said Preis, 21.
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April 28, 2007 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
Sacha Kljestan's overly enthusiastic sliding tackle on Real Salt Lake's Andy Williams last weekend might end up costing Chivas USA the chance for a rare victory over the Galaxy tonight. Although referee Hilario Grajeda saw nothing wrong with the tackle, which left Williams writhing on the ground in pain and sent him to the hospital for precautionary X-rays that showed no broken bones, Major League Soccer on Wednesday fined Kljestan $1,000 and suspended him two games for "serious foul play."
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August 27, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Landon Donovan scored two goals and was a factor in another, and the Galaxy defeated D.C. United, 5-2, Saturday night. Donovan's penalty kick gave the Galaxy a 3-1 lead in the 66th minute. His second score came in the 92nd, when he took a pass from Herculez Gomez on a breakaway, juked goalkeeper Troy Perkins into falling down and put the ball into the open net for the game's final goal. Donovan was driving for a shot in the 71st minute when defender Facundo Erpen got in his way.
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