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Fire releases regular season schedule
will be the first of nine meetings against Western Conference foes, a road battle with the two-time defending champion Los Angeles Galaxy on March 3. The home opener is March 9 vs. New England, a good home opening opponent. The Fire is 2-0-3 in home
Fire preps for Combine, SuperDraft
Ventura, Calif., for the second phase of training. The third and final one is the four-team Carolina Cup competition in Charleston, S.C. It leads into the March 3 regular season opener, a road match against the Los Angeles Galaxy .
Fire acquires Lindpere; announces preseason schedule
nation days before Christmas. The first regular season match is Mar. 3 against the two-time defending MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy at the Home Depot Center. Thats a week earlier than the 2012 season openers. The Fires home opener is Mar. 9 against
Posada to step down as Fire president
announced this week that its 2013 season opener will be a road match against the two-time defending MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy on March 3 the earlier start in franchise history. The first home match will be against the New England Revolution on
Fire lose Gargan in Phase 2 of draft
was defender Danny Califf, formerly of Chivas USA. Toronto FC claimed him. The two-time defending MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy traded to get Chivas USAs second spot in the draft and used it to take ex-Houston midfielder Colin Clark. Further down
Keane gets Galaxy 2-0 win over Quakes in debut
Robbie Keane scored in the 21st minute of his dynamic MLS debut, leading the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 2-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night.
Earthquakes face daunting task against L.A. Galaxy
The struggling Earethquakes face the daunting task of taking on the league-leading Los Angeles Galaxy on the road this Saturday, complete with new star signing Robbie Keane.
Zuras departure creates quandary for Earthquakes
The man who the Earthquakes hoped would be their late season lift has left the club with barely more than a sputter. After only 20 ineffective minutes on the field in the teams 2-0 loss to the Los Angeles Galaxy , Zura left the club to return to his native Ecuador.
Quakes battle to draw with L.A.
A spirited match between the Earthquakes and the Los Angeles Galaxy ended in a 2-2 draw as twice the home side came from a goal down.
Late free kick lifts Earthquakes over Galaxy
As they have all season, the San Jose Earthquakes left it late to find a game winner, but a winner they found, as a Victor Bernardez 35 yard free kick gave the visitors a 1-0 victory over the LA Galaxy .