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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Minnesota 10 6 18 36
10 Colorado 9 6 19 33
11 LA Galaxy 8 8 18 32
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 By Tom Marshall

Giovani dos Santos, Javier Hernandez out for Mexico against Poland

Giovani Dos Santos during Mexico's World Cup qualifying win against Trinidad & Tobago.
Giovani dos Santos has a minor muscle injury.

Mexico will be without Giovani dos Santos for Monday's match against Poland in Gdansk.

The LA Galaxy player has a minor injury and won't be risked by coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

"He's got a small muscle complaint and we want to protect him so unfortunately he can't play," said Osorio in Sunday's pregame news conference.

Dos Santos' season is over with the Galaxy out of the MLS playoffs, and his next official game could be next March, when the 2018 MLS season begins.

Osorio will also be without West...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LA Galaxy's Robbie Rogers retires at age 30 after ankle injury

Relive Robbie Rogers' finer career moments as a member of the LA Galaxy following his retirement announcement.

LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers announced his retirement on Tuesday after missing the entire 2017 season through injury.

Rogers, 30, had surgery before the season after suffering nerve damage in his left ankle, and will now call it a career after 10 seasons in MLS.

"It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement from the game of soccer," Rogers said in a statement. "It is through this game that I have experienced some of my greatest achievements both professionally and personally and I...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LA Galaxy relieve Pete Vagenas of GM duties after woeful season

FC Dallas beat Los Angeles easily but miss out on the final playoff spot due to San Jose winning two more games.

Pete Vagenas will no longer serve as general manager of the LA Galaxy, the club announced on Tuesday, two days after concluding its worst season.

Sigi Schmid, who was named coach in July, will take over Vagenas' player personnel duties this offseason. Vagenas will remain with the club as vice president of soccer operations.

The Galaxy finished with just 32 points from 34 games, level with D.C. United for the lowest total in the league. Their eight wins was also the fewest in MLS.

Vagenas only took...