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  1. GALAXY: Tweeting @Everton #LDsJourney

    Scott French

    The story of Landon Donovan's seven-week stay in England with Everton can be told, in some form, through the Galaxy captain's tweets. Donovan is a regular, although hardly manic, user of Twitter, and as he conversed with fans and teammates, cheered ...

    Blog | February 19, 2012
  2. L.A.'s center backs wing it for U.S.

    Scott French

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A.J. DeLaGarza called it "special," and if he could have done more -- and he believes he could have -- all in all his first experience in the international game was a keeper. Heath Pearce has a real history with the U.S. nationa...

    Blog | January 21, 2012
  3. Klinsmann building toward bigger things

    Scott French

    CARSON -- The foundation Jurgen Klinsmann and Caleb Porter are building this month at Home Depot Center will support U.S. Soccer's primary men's teams through what could be a pivotal year for the sport in America. The start of qualifying for the 2...

    Blog | January 13, 2012
  4. 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
  5. MLS CUP: Dynamo's path like Galaxy's

    Scott French

    CARSON -- The paths the Galaxy and Houston Dynamo have taken toward Major League Soccer's 16th championship game are eerily similar. It's just the strides haven't followed in step. The Galaxy are three seasons into a mammoth rebuild, a work of sta...

    Blog | November 20, 2011
  6. Chivas' Pearce in Klinsmann's first roster

    Scott French

    Juergen Klinsmann's first U.S. roster was announced Thursday, and Heath Pearce has reason to celebrate. The Chivas USA center back, a preliminary-roster selection for the 2010 World Cup who did not make the final squad, was among 22 players selected...

    Blog | August 04, 2011
  7. Brian Mullan's record ban: 10 games

    Scott French

    Colorado Rapids midfielder Brian Mullan received his punishment Thursday for last week's crippling tackle that broke Seattle Sounders winger Steve Zakuani's leg: 10-game suspension and a $5,000 fine. It's the longest suspension in MLS history, exc...

    Blog | April 28, 2011
  8. 2010: The big party ... and the man in charge

    Scott French

    Our countdown of 2010's top 10 soccer stories and newsmakers -- from a Southern California slant -- continues. Stories/No. 2: What a World Cup party! It has been said that the difference between the U.S. and the rest of the world is that the r...

    Blog | December 30, 2010
  9. Jermaine Jones debuts, Americans tie Poland

    Scott French

    The new four-year cycle began in earnest for the U.S. national team Saturday night in Chicago with a game that didn't matter and a performance that suggested a lot more progress will be needed before the next World Cup kicks off in 2014. But no sens...

    Blog | October 09, 2010
  10. MLS WEEK 25: MLS, referee do Galaxy fans a favor

    Scott French

    The most star-studded encounter in Major League Soccer history is upon us when the Galaxy meets the New York Red Bulls on Friday night in front of a (sure to be) sellout crowd at Home Depot and millions more watching on ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes. Davi...

    Blog | September 20, 2010
  11. USA: Sacha Kljestan, Chad Marshall called up for Brazil friendly

    Scott French

    Huntington Beach's Sacha Kljestan and Riverside's Chad Marshall, who made the United States' World Cup preliminary roster but were cut from the team that played in South Africa, were among 18 players selected to play in next week's friendly against B...

    Blog | August 04, 2010
  12. WORLD CUP: Miracles run out for USA

    Scott French

    Martin Rose/Getty Images Ghana players celebrated after Asamoah Gyan's overtime goal that beat the U.S. IN BRIEF: The U.S. came out tentative (again), gave up an early goal (again), fought back to tie (again), then got knocked out by Ghana, 2-1, in...

    Blog | June 26, 2010
  13. WORLD CUP: U.S.'s success masks a greater failure

    Scott French

    The U.S. needed to accomplish three things to beat Ghana: Play for 90 minutes with the kind of intensity it brought to the second half of the Slovenia game. Tighten things at the back and avoid silly defensive errors. Take advantage of the ch...

    Blog | June 26, 2010
  14. WORLD CUP: U.S.-Ghana, Live

    Scott French

    Joe Raedle/Getty Images The U.S. gave up an overtime goal and never recovered. The United States plays Ghana today in the round of 16 at the World Cup in one of the most anticipated matches in American history. Join us as we cover it live with ins...

    Blog | June 26, 2010
  15. WORLD CUP: Friday's previews

    Scott French

    FIFA/Getty Images/AP Photo Landon Donovan, left, of the U.S., and Robert Koren of Slovenia figure to be influential players Friday. GROUP D: GERMANY VS. SERBIA When: 4:30 a.m. PT. Where: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (Port Elizabeth) TV: ESPN, ESP...

    Blog | June 17, 2010
  16. WORLD CUP: U.S. opener -- Good, Bad and Ugly

    Scott French

    AP Photo/Elise Amendola Goalkeeper Tim Howard was the main reason the U.S. pulled off a tie against England. The Americans' 1-1 draw with England in its Group C opener Saturday felt a lot like a victory, and it might have been one had Robert Green ...

    Blog | June 12, 2010