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Morning Clippings: Galaxy face must win on San Jose's special day

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Up in San Jose, they're preparing to break ground on their soccer specific stadium; only took them 16 years and two franchises!

Good morning Galaxy fans. And what a morning it is! Up in San Jose, they're preparing to break ground on their soccer specific stadium; only took them 16 years and two franchises! They've also flown in Roy Lassiter because Chris Wondolowski is two goals away from tying the MLS goal record.

Of course the Earthquakes clinched the Supporter's Shield last night, so at this point they're just playing for pride and orange slices. Delicious and nutritious orange slices.

For the Galaxy, they'll likely be without their captain Landon Donovan, and A.J. DeLaGarza continues his road to rehab. However they get back Christian Wilhelmsson and Todd Dunivant, so that's a plus.

Here's what the broadsheets are saying about today's proceedings:

Galaxy faces two almost-certain must-wins to earn good playoff spot - latimes.com
Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena says he doesn't pay much attention to the Major League Soccer standings, a story even his players don't fully believe.

Sunday Is a Special Day in San Jose - NYTimes.com
The San Jose Earthquakes of M.L.S. are pursuing a unique triple on Sunday.