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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Houston 0 0 0 0
4 LA Galaxy 0 0 0 0
5 Minnesota 0 0 0 0
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ashely Cole faces month on sidelines for LA Galaxy with calf strain

LA Galaxy's new signing Romain Alessandrini has high expectations for this season.

The LA Galaxy's injury woes have worsened with the news that left-back Ashely Cole could be sidelined for a month.

Cole suffered a calf strain in Tuesday's preseason game against Real Salt Lake, Galaxy coach Curt Onalfo said, and the Los Angeles Times reported that the former England international looks set to miss the first three games of the MLS season.

The Galaxy are already without right-back Robbie Rogers, who is still recovering following ankle surgery in December, while forward Gyasi...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LA Galaxy to host UK-based tryouts in 2017 for reserve team

Jermaine Jones says the decision to join LA Galaxy was about spending more time with his wife and children.

The LA Galaxy's reserve team will hold open tryouts in England this spring in an attempt to find overlooked talent for the Major League Soccer franchise.

The Galaxy's second string, LA Galaxy II, will take 10 players from the two venues across four days back to Los Angeles to train and complete more assessments. The aim is to increase the talent pool on offer to the team, who currently play in the United Soccer League (USL), and perhaps the first XI.

"We are looking forward to seeing new players...

 By Chris Wright

Robbie Keane shows son who's boss in garden kickabout/life lesson

Drew Brees sends Southampton his well wishes, Robbie Keane doesn't let up versus his young son and more in The Sweeper.

Messing around in the garden with his son, Robbie Keane was suddenly struck down by a chronic case of CDS -- Competitive Dad Syndrome.

What started as a gentle kickabout quickly got serious when the former Republic of Ireland striker belted a shot past his boy and into the top corner.

Keane's reaction, hilariously, was somewhat less than magnanimous.

"What do you say about that, little Keano?"

Somebody's got to teach the lad that life can be harsh -- who better than Robbie Keane?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.