HARRISON, NJ - OCTOBER 04: Miguel Lopez #25 of the Los Angeles Galaxy and Rafa Marquez #4 of the New York Red Bulls battle for a loose ball during the game at Red Bull Arena on October 4, 2011 in Harrison, New Jersey. (Photo by Andy Marlin/Getty Images)
Thank goodness Scott French was out there finding us some real news while I had my head buried in a history book. Looks like Miguel Lopez has returned to Quilmes after his loan stint last year, and that Paolo Cardozo might be heading back as well. The Galaxy must have his rights after drafting him, but it looks like Quilmes is having sellers remorse. Also Jon Conway, who was selected in the re-entry draft, has elected to retire, and it looks like Robbie Keane's loan could be finalized tomorrow. All that in more, as we check out what the papers are saying about the LA Galaxy:
GALAXY: Lopez returns to Quilmes - Soccer Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
Miguel Lopez's loan assignment with the Galaxy has ended, and has the Argentine midfielder/forward has returned to Quilmes, the suburban Buenos Aires...
Robbie Keane's loan deal to Aston Villa is slowly churning through all that "red tape" Alex McLeish was talking about last weekend and...
and because it was so darn cool:
Just Like Old Times for Thierry Henry - NYTimes.com
Henry, on loan from the New York Red Bulls, scored within 10 minutes of his return to Arsenal as it beat Leeds United, 1-0, in an F.A. Cup match Monday.