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  1. MLS: Biggest raise went to Lenhart

    Scott French

    Major League Soccer's salary list, which the Players Union released Friday, reveals that nearly everyone in the league received a raise of some sort this year, most of them a mild step-up of a few thousand dollars, a few getting more considerable rew...

    Blog | May 27, 2012
  2. Galaxy takes Juan Pablo Angel in re-entry draft

    Scott French

    The Galaxy made a big splash in the second phase of Major League Soccer's re-entry draft Wednesday, taking New York Red Bulls striker Juan Pablo Angel -- arguably the finest target forward ever to play in the league -- after making a trade with Houst...

    Blog | December 15, 2010
  3. Galaxy wants to keep Jovan Kirovski

    Scott French

    The Galaxy is negotiating a new deal with forward Jovan Kirovski, who has withdrawn from Wednesday's second stage of Major League's Soccer re-entry draft. The veteran forward wasn't taken in last first stage of the draft -- only two players were s...

    Blog | December 13, 2010
  4. Galaxy, Chivas lose nobody in re-entry draft

    Scott French

    The first stage of Major League Soccer's re-entry draft took all of four minutes, and only two players were selected. Neither of them have local ties, not really. D.C. United took former Galaxy forward Joseph Ngwenya -- who has made six moves since ...

    Blog | December 08, 2010
  5. Galaxy declines Dema Kovalenko's option

    Scott French

    Dema Kovalenko, whose fierce approach to defense was pivotal in the Galaxy's run to the Western Conference title game, could be parting ways with L.A. The club declined the option on the 33-year-old Ukrainian midfielder and can bring him back at a l...

    Blog | December 03, 2010
  6. Draft surprise: Portland takes Jonathan Bornstein

    Scott French

    Chivas USA captain Jonathan Bornstein, who is headed in January to his mother's native Mexico to join UANL Tigres, can no longer call himself a Goat. The U.S. national team defender was a surprise selection by the Portland Timbers in Wednesday's M...

    Blog | November 24, 2010
  7. MLS: Unprotected locals -- yes or no?

    Scott French

    Twenty-one players with Southland roots will be available to the Portland Timbers and Vancouver Whitecaps in Wednesday's Major League Soccer expansion draft. The full list of available players can be found at MLS's Web site. Here are the local ...

    Blog | November 23, 2010