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07 December 8:53 am

CARSON, Calif. -- The day is finally here. 

In the latest edition of "What To Watch For," Joe Tutino and Cobi Jones break down the MLS Cup Final between the LA Galaxy and New England Revolution

Check it out above. 

06 December 6:08 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- In the latest edition of my Insider Breakdown for Galaxy TV, I break down the LA Galaxy's match with the New England Revolution.

In the video, I take a look whether Landon Donovan will get his Hollywood ending and finish his career as an MLS Cup champion. 

Check it out above. 

06 December 1:26 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- Landon Donovan went through his final training session as a professional athlete on Saturday as the LA Galaxy went through their final preparations for Sunday's MLS Cup Final against the New England Revolution at StubHub Center.

Photos from Donovan's final training session are below. 

 

 

06 December 11:46 am

CARSON, Calif. -- One Day More.

The LA Galaxy will face off against the New England Revolution on Sunday in the 2014 MLS Cup Final. In the latest -- and final 2014 -- edition of By the Numbers, I look at the Galaxy's record against the Revs in MLS Cups. Spoiler Alert: It's pretty good. 

Check it out below.

05 December 4:41 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy and New England Revolution will face off on Sunday in MLS Cup, but ESPN FC and KICKTV took all the suspense out of the matchup by running a simulator of the game two days out.

Both simulations are exciting with the ESPN edition opting to play it a bit straight while the KICKTV simulation is a wacky affair. And no, I'm not going to tell you who was the winner in the simulations. 

Check it out the ESPN FC one above and KICKTV video below.

05 December 2:44 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy continued their preparation for Sunday's MLS Cup Final against New England Revolution. 

During training, Mora Photography and Galaxy Photographer Hana Asano captured training and the press conference with both LA and the Galaxy. 

Following training, Galaxy midfielder Marcelo Sarvas reflected on the team's mood ahead of Sunday's game. 

"It's the moment that we've been waiting for, for so long. At training, everyone is happy and motivated," said Sarvas. "You can sense that everyone is ready for this big game." 

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05 December 11:23 am

CARSON, Calif. -- MLS Cup may be a hectic and tense time for many, but not for the LA Galaxy

In an interview with MLSsoccer.com's Kate Witham, the Galaxy talk about their clubhouse jokes and pranks that keep the mood light ahead of a huge match. 

Check it out above.

04 December 5:08 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- The clock is ticking and MLS Cup is fast approaching

The sun was back out at LA Galaxy training as the team continued their preparation for Sunday's MLS Cup Final against the New England Revolution. Stopping the Revolution will be no easy task, considering New England enjoyed so much success as they progressed through the Eastern Conference, but LA are confident that they can shutdown the Revs attack.

"We're going to do what we did all year and go with that," said Galaxy defender A.J. DeLaGarza. "But that being said, I think that Charlie Davies is on fire right now in the playoffs and we're facing a team that has scored a bunch of away goals in this playoffs. We know that they're not going to sit back. We need to get on the front foot and get after them early." 

 

 

04 December 3:14 pm

CARSON, Calif. – Landon Donovan is hanging up his boots at the end of the 2014 season and will play his final game of his illustrious career on Sunday when the LA Galaxy take on the New England Revolution on Sunday in MLS Cup.

But even though the nation’s most famous player will play in his final game on Sunday, his teammates aren’t interested in winning the title solely because they want to send him out on top. No, there is no “Win one for Landon.”

The Galaxy insist that they want to win the title so that each one of them can experience the joy of lifting the Phillip Anschutz trophy aloft.

“It’d certainly be nice, but our focus is on winning this for the Galaxy, for the team and for the organization,” said head coach Bruce Arena. “It just happens to be Landon’s last game, but it’d be very nice to send him out on a high.”

LA’s ever candid captain Robbie Keane took it one step further, asserting that LA wish Donovan the best, but have selfish motives when it comes to Sunday’s game.

“Listen if anyone deserves to go out on a high, it's certainly Landon because of all that he's done for this league and the U.S. National Team But it’s not going into our thinking. [His retirement] is something that has been going on for years and it hasn't affected us since,” Keane said with a smile. “I just hope that since it's his last game that he'll put forth his best performance and do as well as he can."

04 December 1:39 pm

CARSON, Calif. -- LA Galaxy goalkeeper Matt Reis is dealing with a whirlwind of emotions as his new club prepare to take on his former team, the New England Revolution, in Sunday's MLS Cup final. 

Reis spent his entire career between Sunday's participations as he began his time in MLS with the Galaxy (1998-2002) before moving on to the Revolution (2003-2012) where he played until retiring last season. An integral part of the Revolution for nearly a decade, Reis helped the Revs reach the MLS Cup three times in 2005, 2006 and 2007 where they fell short each time including a 2005 defeat to the Galaxy. 

In the latest feature from LAGalaxy.com's Larry Morgan, Reis talks about his role with the Galaxy and his emotions heading into Sunday's game. Even though Reis will undoubtedly be pulling for the Galaxy on Sunday, he admits that he takes a great deal of pride for his role in helping the Revs reach the championship. 

"Obviously there’s a ton of history there for me, on both sides. Having spent the last 11 years there and working hard with the players, the staff and the organization trying to get the franchise back to the top of the league where we had been before it was a very large undertaking and we put a lot of hard work in it." Reis said. "To see the Revs back in the MLS Cup final is something I’m proud to be a small part of that. The work the front office and the coaching staff and the owners did to get them back is really remarkable and they should be applauded for it."