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See Gerrard's open letter to La galaxy fans

sGalaxy Supporters –
Over the last year and a half, it has been a privilege to represent the LA Galaxy and play in front of this club’s great fans.

Fanendo Adi named MLS Player of the Month for April

The Portland Timbers striker beat the likes of Giovani dos Santos and Chris Wondolowski to the award after scoring three goals in five games for Caleb Porter’s men
Fanendo Adi has been named Major League Soccer's Player of the Month for April, continuing a remarkable season for Portland Timbers.

Cole set for LA Galaxy


Donovan: viera will adapt

Patrick Vieira has recently become coach of NYC FC after being in charge of Manchester City’s elite development squad. Again, Donovan thinks the Frenchman will have to adjust to the MLS, which as a centralised league has a wage cap and transfer restrictions.Donovan said: “I don’t know him personally. I am speaking as an outsider and I’m not an expert on coaching but I know he has done well at Manchester City. If he surrounds himself with people that can help him adapt and adjust to the rules of the league I think he will do fantastic. I think that’s where a lot of foreign managers have actually not done well in Major League Soccer because it’s not easy.“There are a lot of restrictions. If you want to go and buy three players you can’t just do it. But if he surrounds himself with good people, which he will with Claudio Reyna [the director of football] being there, and perhaps others, then I think he’ll do well.
“Vieira’s move raised a lot of eyebrows. There was always a possibility bec…

Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard admits he could retire after 2016 MLS season

Former Liverpool and England captain
Steven Gerrard has dropped a huge hint that he may retire from football next year.
The 35-year-old joined Major League
Soccer side LA Galaxy in the summer after a club career that saw his play over 700
games for Liverpool.
Gerrard arrived in the United States halfway through the season, and while he enjoyed initial success, marking his debut with a
goal for the first of two strikes in 14 games, his campaign eventually ended in disappointment.

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