Injury Update: Things Stay The Same For LA Galaxy

MONACO - MAY 28: I didn't want to jinx anyone by putting their photo on the injury report update, so here's Monte Carlo (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

In last Friday's injury report, Hector Jimenez was listed as questionable with left quad hematoma, but was able to start and go 65 minutes on Saturday. Not surprisingly, he doesn't appear on the updated injury report. Bryan Gaul also comes off the injured list, he had been suffering the after effects of a facial fracture; Gaul was listed in the 18 man game day roster for Saturday.

However, little else has changed. Pat Noonan is still listed as questionable with a right quad strain, and he is joined by Kyle Nakazawa who is suffering from back spasms.

The out list remains the same. To recap, that's Omar Gonzalez, Edson Buddle, Dan Keat, and Leonardo all recovering from knee surgery of some sort or another. Leonardo is dealing with knee inflammation but in reality is still recovering from major knee surgery a year ago. Keat and Buddle are recovering from minor knee surgery to relieve inflammation.

Andrew Boyens is recovering from Sports Hernia surgery. Adam Cristman is still recovering from concussion symptoms. Things are improving from a week ago when a third of the roster was unavailable, however that's still eight on the injury report, six completely unavailable.

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