Tonight the LA Galaxy play with a chance at MLS Cup for the fourth time in four years. Their opponent is Seattle, who are in the Conference Final for the first time in their history. Let's see what the local broadsheets have been saying about this matchup. Looks like LA is focusing on Keane flips, and Seattle is wary of Galaxy talent:
When Keane flips, the Galaxy rarely flops - latimes.com
There has been no greater correlation to the team's success this season than Robbie Keane's trademark goal celebration of a cartwheel and forward roll.
Aside from the LA Times' grammar, the point stands that when Keane is playing well the Galaxy usually come out on top. Seattle isn't all that original, focusing on the fact that the Galaxy have well paid international talent, but it is the narrative.