LA Galaxy

08 November 11:02 de la mañana

After last night’s MLS Playoffs matches, Juan Agudelo, Simon Elliott and have been eliminated of bracket contention.

While both Agudelo and had San Jose as winners against the LA Galaxy, the Chivas forward also thought Sporting Kansas City would make a comeback and beat Houston in the aggregate score (Final: 2-1) and make the MLS Cup Final. Chivas USA’s Technical Director Simon Elliott had predicted San Jose winner of MLS Cup, though he still has a chance of winning the Eastern Conference with New York if they advance to the final tonight. Also participating in the bracket, assistant equipment manager Hugo Perez has New York with the MLS Cup win, with the Red Bulls facing Houston in the conference final.

Playoffs continue tonight as Real Salt Lake battle against Seattle Sounders in the Western Conference semi-final (6:30p PT on MLSLive) and New York hosts D.C. United tonight at 4:30p PT (NBC Sports Network).

Bracket predictions for tonight:

Forward Juan Agudelo

Real Salt Lake – Seattle: Salt Lake win

New York – D.C. United: New York win in PK’s


Assistant Equipment Manager Hector Perez

Real Salt Lake – Seattle: Salt Lake win

New York – D.C. United: New York win


Technical Director Simon Elliott

Real Salt Lake – Seattle: Seattle win

New York – D.C. United: NY win

Real Salt Lake – Seattle: Salt Lake win

New York – D.C. United: New York win 

06 November 4:01 de la tarde

MLS Cup Playoffs are in full swing! In the Western Conference, San Jose took a 1-nil lead over LA Galaxy in the first leg; the two will meet once again Wednesday at 8 p.m. PT (ESPN2). Real Salt Lake and Seattle were scoreless in the first match; watch the match live on MLS Live this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Meanwhile in the Eastern Conference, D.C. United and New York will look to advance to the Conference Final Wednesday night after the two came to a 1-1 in leg 1 (5 p.m. PT/ NBC Sports Network). Houston Dynamo took a 2-0 win over Sporting KC last Sunday; leg 2 will be disputed Wednesday at 6 p.m. PT (MLS Live).

Below are some of the picks made by the front office and locker room:

Juan Agudelo - Forward

San Jose - LA: San Jose win                                               Sporting KC – Houston: Sporting win in PK’s

Real Salt Lake - Seattle: Salt Lake 2-1                               D.C. United – New York: NY win in PK’s

Simon Elliott - Technical Director

San Jose - LA: San Jose win                                                Sporting KC – Houston: Houston win

Real Salt Lake - Seattle: Seattle win                                    D.C. United – New York: NY win

Hector Perez - Assistant Equipment Manager

San Jose - LA: San Jose win                                                Sporting KC – Houston: Houston win

Real Salt Lake - Seattle: Salt Lake win                                D.C. United – New York: NY win

San Jose - LA: San Jose win 3-2                                         Sporting KC – Houston: Houston win

Real Salt Lake - Seattle: Salt Lake win                                D.C. United – New York: NY win


Who ya got?

10 August 12:51 de la tarde

Chivas USA’s Dan Kennedy and Juan Pablo Angel were joined by LA Galaxy’s Landon Donovan and Omar Gonzalez in a press conference held today in The Home Depot Center ahead of this Sunday’s SuperClásico. As the four players walked into the TV Studio the tension and awkwardness was felt instantly in the room full of media members [see photo above].

Goalkeeper Dan Kennedy was the first to open the conference to talk about the team’s defensive line saying, “We’re among the best because there’s a great relationship within the team. Galaxy has a great attack, as we saw in the last game… But I’m confident in our group.”

When asked about the importance of the SuperClásico and whether he wants to score against his former club, forward Juan Pablo Angel stated, “Clásicos are meant to be won, not played… I don’t care if I score; I just want to win.”

23 July 12:23 de la tarde

Even though last Saturday’s loss in the second SuperClásico of the season was tough, there is somewhat of a bright side: midfielder Paolo Cardozo’s goal against his old club, and first ever MLS goal is now nominated for MLS’ Goal of the Week.

Cardozo’s goal came just in the 52nd minute when the Red-and-White were down 2-0. Midfielder Ryan Smith went past three Galaxy defenders to give the pass to the Uruguayan who was just at the 18-yard line, and struck a shot that goalkeeper Josh Saunders could not stop. 

Re-live Cardozo's goal then vote for Cardozo’s goal by clicking here, or text the code ‘G5’ to 22442.



21 May 4:57 de la tarde

Chivas USA midfielder Blair Gavin surprised many, including the fourth official, as he went into the SuperClásico last Saturday rocking his new mustache. Galaxy midfielder David Beckham was also spotted with a mustache/beard. Who wore it best? You decide! (P.S- You can follow Blair’s moustache on Twitter: @GavinsMustache)

19 May 9:46 de la tarde

Highlights from Chivas USA's 1-0 SuperClásico win

19 May 8:11 de la tarde

Goalkeeper Dan Kennedy denies Pat Noonan & Kyle Nakazawa in the 50th minute to keep the score 0-0.

19 May 3:41 de la tarde

In the six year history of the grand LA rivalry, both teams have notched a total of 52 goals, making it an average of 2.36 goals per match. The top goalscorers for Chivas USA against the Galaxy are Ante Razov with five goals, followed by Maykel Galindo (3), and Francisco ‘Panchito’ Mendoza (2). 

19 May 1:13 de la tarde

We're hours away from the first SuperClásico of 2012 and has picked their top ten moments, presented by the teams' supporter groups:

19 May 8:59 de la mañana

Chivas USA foward Alan Gordon scored the 50th goal of the SuperClásico on October 3, 2010. The Red-and-White fell 2-1 in this match.