The Los Angeles Galaxy (LA Galaxy) duo of Efrain Alvarez and Julian Araujo have been recognised after they were named as part of a 22-man list for the best player under the age of 22 on the MLS football scene.

As revealed by the LA Galaxy website, defender Araujo was fifth on the list, while midfielder Alvarez came in at 12th position on the list.

Los Angeles Galaxy (LA Galaxy) are now winless in three MLS (Major League Soccer) games after Kevin Cabral rescued a late point in a thrilling 3-3 draw with hosts Los Angeles FC (LAFC) in the derby known as El Trafico. Cabral scored four minutes from time to ensure that LA Galaxy stopped the run of two straight defeats.

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LA Galaxy recorded their last win in the MLS in the middle of last month thanks to a 1-0 away win over Minnesota United. Since then, they had lost two successive matches at home before they took on LAFC in the derby. They were beaten 2-1 by visitors Colorado Rapids in the next MLS game that followed the Minnesota United clash. The same scoreline was recorded when LA Galaxy hosted San Jose Earthquake in their last home game.


Major League Soccer (MLS) giants LA Galaxy have sent defender Giancarlo Gonzalez on loan. The loan deal was announced by LA Galaxy on Friday. The MLS giants have made the decision to send Gonzalez on loan to Alajuelense in the Costa Rican league. The loan deal is expected to be for the rest of this year.

Gonzalez has been linked with a move back to his native Costa Rica for several weeks but LA Galaxy were unable to get a club there to pay his transfer fee with his contract scheduled to end this year. The MLS giants then made the decision to send him out on loan for the entire duration of his existing contract with the club.


Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic is still making headlines as one of the most likely players that will be leaving the club this summer. While the Serbian midfielder would like to continue his stay at Old Trafford, he is equally open to listening to offers from other clubs if he gets a confirmation that he is no longer needed by Olé Gunnar Solksjær.


LA Galaxy defender Derrick Williams has been suspended for five extra games following his red card against Portland Timbers last month. He was given a suspension for five more games by the MLS Disciplinary Committee to make it a total of six games for the LA Galaxy defender who was sent off for a serious foul on Portland Timbers midfielder Andy Polo when the two teams met at Providence Park on May 22.

Williams committed the offence and was deservedly sent off with one minute of the first half left to play. Portland Timbers were able to capitalise on his dismissal running out 3-0 winners at the end of the game.


MLS giants LA Galaxy have moved to shore up their defence with the signing of Sega Coulibaly. The player was signed from AS Nancy in the French second division, Ligue 2.

LA Galaxy paid an undisclosed fee to secure the transfer of Coulibaly from Nancy. The MLS club opted not to wait until his contract at Nancy expires this summer. He has started the majority of the league games for Nancy this season.

Coulibaly, 24, started 19 out of the 30 games played at Nancy this seasonbefore his move to LA Galaxy.

LA Galaxy have moved to shore up a defence that has conceded goals for fun in the MLS over the course of last season and this season. LA Galaxy had one of the worst defensive records in the MLS last season. They had the second worst record with 46 goals.


MLS (Major League Soccer) giants LA Galaxy have announced the signing of French winger Kevin Cabral just before the start of the 2021 season in the American top flight. The Frenchman has been signed as a designated player.

Cabral, 21, was officially announced as the new signing for MLS club LA Galaxy earlier on Thursday. The winger is the third designated player at LA Galaxy on the back of his transfer. He has been signed as a designated player. The new signing has signed a five-year deal at LA Galaxy.

Ex-LA Galaxy Midfielder Announced Retirement From Football

Former Los Angeles Galaxy midfield star Rafael Garcia has announced that he is retiring from professional football after a decent career he had, especially while playing for Los Angeles Galaxy. The club's former midfielder took to his official Twitter account to make the announcement, insisting that he lived his dream and achieved his aim before deciding to hang his boots.

Garcia played for LA Galaxy for up to six professional seasons spanning from 2012 to 2017. He was an exemplary midfielder who was very hard working and always liked to give his all for the team at all times. In 45 games he played for Galaxy, he managed to record two assists and was also an instrumental figure as he helped his team clinch the league title in the 2012 and 2014 seasons.

Schmetzer hopes to sign new contract Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders boss Brian Schmetzer has confirmed that negotiations are going for a contract extension that would see him stay at the club for a much longer period.

Schmetzer has been at Seattle Sounders since 2016 and he was able to lead the club to a fourth appearance in the MLS Cup. Even though Seattle Sounders ended up losing 3-0 to Columbus Crew, there are signs thatSchmetzer will be retained at the club. A lot of questions were asked about Seattle and their tactics after the loss against Columbus Crew. However, general manager Garth Lagerweyseems to be in favour ofSchmetzer staying at the club.


Major League Soccer (MLS) side LA Galaxy have appointed a new head coach ahead of the 2021 season. The confirmation of the new head coach took place on Tuesday. LA Galaxy officials believe Greg Vanney is the man to take the club back to the glory days. cc was confirmed as the new LA Galaxy earlier this week. Greg Vanney was formerly the head coach at fellow MLS club Toronto FC and he was strongly linked with the LA Galaxy job immediately he left his role at Toronto FC and the confirmation didn't come until this week.

In his first interview as the LA Galaxy head coach, Greg Vanney told the club's website that he didn't have to think too much to accept the offer to become the new boss at LA Galaxy. According to him, LA Galaxy have a rich history in Los Angeles, in MLS and in North American football over the past decades as he labelled his new club as an iconic club. Greg Vanney went on to thank Chris Klein, Mr. Anschutz, Dan Beckerman and Dennis te Close for the opportunity to serve at a club to his heart.