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  1. Ueberroth thinks soccer is No. 1

    Scott French

    Peter Ueberroth -- the Southern California businessman who made the 1984 Olympics a brilliant success, served four and a half years as Major League Baseball's commissioner, led the "Rebuild Los Angeles" project after the 1992 riots, and served as cha...

    Blog | June 01, 2012
  2. GALAXY: L.A.'s comeback isn't done

    Scott French

    There's a corner here somewhere that the Galaxy needs to turn, and debate on whether they've done so following a horrific start to this campaign is taking place within the locker room, too. Landon Donovan's take: The Galaxy started turning things ...

    Blog | April 20, 2012
  3. Midfielder Juninho returns to champion Los Angeles Galaxy

    Scott French

    Juninho, so crucial to the Los Angeles Galaxy's championship run last year, is coming back to L.A.

    Story | Conversation | February 07, 2012
  4. GALAXY: Buddle return might mean repeat

    Scott French

    CARSON -- The Galaxy made a significant move in defense of its Major League Soccer titles Wednesday, bringing home striker Edson Buddle from Europe and trading for midfielder Kyle Nakazawa, a former UCLA All-American from Palos Verdes. Buddle's ac...

    Blog | February 01, 2012
  5. Gonzalez gets the call, Dunivant doesn't

    Scott French

    Omar Gonzalez, the man most desired by U.S. soccer fans, has made his way onto Jurgen Klinsmann's first January roster. Teammate Todd Dunivant was snubbed. Gonzalez, Major League Soccer's Defender of the Year, is joined by Galaxy teammate A.J. De...

    Blog | December 22, 2011
  6. Peter Vagenas catches on in Vancouver

    Scott French

    Veteran midfielder Peter Vagenas, who trained earlier this season with the Galaxy while preparing for an anticipated move to Japan, signed Thursday with the Vancouver Whitecaps. Vagenas (Pasadena/St. Francis HS and UCLA), 33, was with the Galaxy f...

    Blog | April 28, 2011
  7. MLS combine leads to draft with 6 locals

    Scott French

    Major League Soccer's technical staffs are in Fort Lauderdale the next four days to assess top draft prospects at the league's annual combine. Seventy players have been divided among four teams, and doubleheaders will be played Saturday, Sunday and T...

    Blog | January 08, 2011