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  1. Galaxy's Cristman breathes sigh of relief

    Blair Angulo

    CARSON -- Adam Cristman, like the rest of his teammates, was utterly elated when Landon Donovan put away the MLS Cup-winning goal Sunday night to give the Los Angeles Galaxy their third league championship. Yet Cristman -- perhaps even more than t...

    Blog | November 20, 2011
  2. Alabama native Chandler Hoffman fits right in at UCLA

    Blair Angulo

    UCLA's Chandler Hoffman, who leads the Bruins' men's soccer team with 15 goals, looks to take them to the College Cup in his home state.

    Story | Conversation | November 16, 2011
  3. Crisitano Ronaldo's goal the highlight of highlights

    Blair Angulo

    LOS ANGELES -- He danced to the right and swayed to the left. His feet fluttered. Again to the left and, finally, Cristiano Ronaldo was ready to unleash a left-footed rocket that's nowhere to be found in American soccer. Galaxy backup goalkeeper B...

    Blog | July 16, 2011
  4. Real Madrid's brilliance is shining through

    Blair Angulo

    LOS ANGELES -- Kaka played a sharp, serene through ball and Jose Callejon viciously put it away, drawing synchronized chants of "Ma-drid, Ma-drid!" and swarms of bright flashes across the Memorial Coliseum. Real Madrid, even without stars Cristian...

    Blog | July 16, 2011
  5. GALAXY: Building the brand

    Blair Angulo

    CARSON -- Galaxy players won't lose much sleep if they fall to Real Madrid in Saturday night's highly-anticipated match at the Memorial Coliseum -- at least that's the impression they gave following their final tune-up Friday. The re...

    Blog | July 15, 2011
  6. On the pitch with Michael Stephens

    Blair Angulo

    The Los Angeles Galaxy has not missed superstar David Beckham early in the MLS season, leading the league with 16 points on five wins and a draw. Striker Edson Buddle has scored a league-best nine goals, Landon Donovan has recorded a league-best five...

    Blog | May 05, 2010
  7. Neuheisel: UCLA's Spring Game the place to be

    Blair Angulo

    A crowd of about 12,500 showed up to catch UCLA's annual Spring Game at the Rose Bowl on Saturday night -- none bigger than Tom Brady, David Beckham, Wes Welker and Jerry Rice. Rice's son, Jerry Rice Jr., is a walk-on receiver, so the elder's pres...

    Blog | April 24, 2010