LA Galaxy midfielder Jonathan dos Santos thinks MLS will be one of best leagues in the world in coming years and believes even those who criticized his decision to join the Galaxy in 2017 know it was wrong to do so now.
Soccer leagues all over the world are planning how and when to return to action in the wake the coronavirus pandemic, but LA Galaxy general manager Dennis te Kloese has warned MLS has a more complicated conundrum due to how much travel is involved in the North American league.
Hernandez fought back the tears as he remembered his grandfather, who played in the 1954 World Cup for Mexico and was part of the Chivas team that won the club's first championship in 1957.
#LAGalaxy lamenta el fallecimiento de Don Tomás Balcázar, legendario jugador del fútbol mexicano y abuelo de @CH14_. Nuestros pensamientos están con Javier y todos sus familiares y amigos durante este difícil momento.
LA Galaxy general manager Dennis te Kloese believes completing the full Major League Soccer season as scheduled is going to be "very challenging."
The league's 25th season is currently on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world and with individual U.S. states (as well as Canada) giving out differing decrees on how long sports events will be suspended, getting all the teams going again at the same time could be difficult.
"The idea to keep alive that there's going to be a full season,...