Over at LAGalaxy.com, they have prepared their latest in a line of great infographics with the newest entry looking at all the trophies won by current Galaxy players and coaches.
Check it out below.
Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings and amid the tributes of the many that acted so heroically to save the lives of victims, it's appropriate to revisit this MLS Insider piece that looks at current LA Galaxy goalkeeper coach Matt Reis' role in saving the life of his father-in-law John Odom, who was injured in the incident.
Check out the video below.
Several weeks ago, British pop band Rixton visited LA Galaxy training and got the opportunity to train alongside LA captain and Ireland soccer legend Robbie Keane.
In this video by VEVO -- a music video hosting service which is a joint venture by Universal Music Group, Google, Sony Music Entertainment and Abu Dhabi Media -- in their VEVO LIFT series, the Manchester-based group is profiled while at StubHub Center and LA Galaxy training. You might know the band from their single "Me and My Broken Heart" which peaked at 65 in the Billboard Hot 100.
Regardless of your musical tastes, the video is actually very well done, check it out below.
Ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, ESPN has provided a new U.S.-centric commercial for their coverage featuring the USMNT supporters group the American Outlaws entitled "I Believe."
Check it out below.
CARSON, Calif. -- Baggio Husidic tallied his first goal in nearly two years on Sunday as he scored in the LA Galaxy's 3-0 victory over Chivas USA.
The goal capped off a lovely display of team passing as LA completed six passes before Husidic smashed the ball past Chivas goalkeeper Dan Kennedy for the finish. Husidic's last goal came in his second match for Swedish side Hammarby in a win against Umeå FC back in April of 2012.
“It was a nice goal. It was a good goal, a team goal," said Husidic. "There’s no better way to put it, a lot of one-two touch, from the back to the front really quick.”
Galaxy captain Robbie Keane was also quick to praise the build-up play on Husidic's finish.
“Certainly you look at the third goal. It was certainly a proper goal and the way that we like to play," said Keane. "A counter attack, keeping the ball and going as quick as possible, and ultimately we got a great goal from it.”
Check out Husidic's goal below.
CARSON, Calif. -- Robbie Keane tallied his second goal of the season in LA's 3-0 rout of Chivas USA.
On the strike, Keane admitted while the play developed like he expected, the goal was a bit of a welcome surprise.
"I just ran [into the penalty area] and I thought that Dan was going to smash me. I don’t know whether it hit my arm or my side," said Keane. "I knew that it hit off me and I anticipated that the goalkeeper was going to come out. I just jumped up to get my body in the way and lucky enough, it hit off me.”
Check out the goal below.