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Steven Gerrard 'always so welcome' at Liverpool after Instagram alert - Klopp

A return to Liverpool for Steven Gerrard would surprise Jurgen Klopp, but he says the door is open for the former captain.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Jurgen Klopp said former captain Steven Gerrard is "always so welcome" at Liverpool after the midfielder's online post led to rumours he was leaving the LA Galaxy.

Gerrard posted a photo on his Instagram page on Saturday thanking the city of Los Angeles and Galaxy supporters, which led multiple outlets to incorrectly report that his time in MLS would be coming to an end.

The 36-year-old, who left Liverpool in the summer of 2015, returned to Merseyside last year to train with...

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Steven Gerrard to miss LA Galaxy's game at Houston Dynamo

Steven Gerrard will not play for the LA Galaxy this weekend.

Steven Gerrard will be unavailable for the LA Galaxy's game on Sunday against the Houston Dynamo with a hamstring injury.

Gerrard was out of action for most of September but returned to play limited minutes in LA's previous two games.

He returned to England over the international break and was spotted doing some rehab work at Liverpool's Melwood training ground on Thursday.

The LA Galaxy will take on the Houston Dynamo without former Liverpool star, Steven Gerrard.

Arena confirmed that Gerrard, whose contract expires after this season, was unlikely to return for the game in...

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LA Galaxy's Bruce Arena 'embarrassed' by MLS commercial flight arrangement

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LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena says he is so "embarrassed" that Major League Soccer teams must use commercial flights that he has told players not to wear team gear to the airport.

Unlike the other major sports leagues in the United States, MLS does not charter flights for their teams to travel between games, and Arena told the Los Angeles Times that he feels flying commercial damages the perception of the league.

"I'm embarrassed that we travel that way. I don't think it helps the reputation of our...

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Red Bulls move into first place in East as Rapids, Galaxy clinch playoff spots

Goals on either side of halftime helped New York turn the tide against Philadelphia in a crucial 3-2 win over their rivals.

Dax McCarty had two assists before scoring the game-winning goal to help the New York Red Bulls beat the Philadelphia Union 3-2 and move into first place in the Eastern Conference on Saturday night.

The Red Bulls moved above New York City FC on goal difference while also jumping above Toronto FC with two games remaining.

After Fabian Herbers opened the scoring for the Union in the 15th minute, Sacha Kljestan one-timed Felipe's cross to tie it just before halftime.

McCarty's long pass over the...

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Landon Donovan earning $456,000 this season in return to LA Galaxy

Landon Donovan share his thoughts on his return to MLS, the challenges of finding his fitness, and the rivalry with Seattle.

Landon Donovan is earning $456,000 with the LA Galaxy in his return to Major League Soccer, according to data released by the MLS Players Union.

The 34-year-old forward came out of retirement after a year and half, signing a contract on Sept. 11 through the end of the season.

Donovan, who earned $4.25 million in his final full season in 2014, rejoined the Galaxy with six games left in the regular season.

The MLS Players Union revealed MLS salary information in a late-season update that includes...