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Tag Archives: Major League Soccer
Welcome to Pocho-Fornia, Chicharito. Here’s Everything You Need to Know About LA Galaxy’s Shiniest Mexican Attacker
I’m starting 2020 by writing about the forever baby-faced, eternally optimistic Javier Hernandez for LA Taco. Full story here: https://www.lataco.com/chicharito-galaxy/
On Wednesday night, the LA Galaxy cancelled hundreds of tickets allocated to numerous ticket holders for Friday’s match between the Galaxy and LAFC. Why? I dove in to find out for LA Taco: https://www.lataco.com/ghosted-how-tickets-to-l-a-s-biggest-soccer-match-disappeared/
David Beckham returned to Los Angeles this past weekend to add another trophy to his extensive collection. However, this is one award he won’t be able to take home as the LA Galaxy honored its former star player with a … Continue reading
I invite everyone to read my latest futbol article in L.A. Taco about “El Trafico,” the rivalry between the LA Galaxy and LAFC. Story link: http://www.lataco.com/who-are-the-real-l-a-soccer-fans-a-look-at-the-growing-rivalry-of-galaxy-vs-lafc/ An excerpt: This tug of war over the identity of the real Los Angeles … Continue reading
On August 31st, the Financial Times broke the story on the North American Soccer League’s (NASL) legal challenge to the United States Soccer Federation’s (USSF) proposed changes to Division 1 football requirements. The sport’s governing body’s attempt to change and increase the … Continue reading