Morning y'all. I hope you had time to get a nice hot cup of French Roast Amaretto. The smooth aroma and mild taste can be just what someone needs to get through the morning. It's special, like an Arizona sunrise or a Juniper wet with dew. A light rain in the middle of the day or a hug from your dear old aunt.
Let's see what the papers have to say about the LA Galaxy today. From yesterday's comments.
I got a shout out on twitter this morning for helping with this one.
The stats don’t get a chance to lie when it comes to Robbie Keane’s first term as an LA Galaxy player.
Now, fair warning, calling TJ Simers a psychotic lowlife is an insult to the psychotic lowlife community. So read at your own risk.
There was this promise of significance and great progress, as hyped an L.A. arrival as one can recall; all fizzling to just nothingness.
Landon Donovan may still be the Galaxy captain, but he is no longer the attacking fulcrum on which the team is based. But when he suits up for the U.S. national team, he'll need to do more, writes Jeff Carlisle.
But claiming a spot in and winning the MLS Cup was not the focus; only a part of it
Years have passed and managers have changed, but the Republic of Ireland arrive at the climax of another campaign in a familiar scenario. In short, they are relying on Robbie Keane.
CARSON, Calif. -- As confetti and fireworks rained down on a chilly Home Depot Center on Sunday night, marking the Galaxy's 3-1 win over Real Salt Lak...