LA Galaxy vs. D.C. United: Match Night Commentary

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The Los Angeles Galaxy have lost two straight matches at Home Depot Center, but will be heavily favored to stop the surprising skid when they take on D.C. United tonight (7pm, Direct Kick).

The Galaxy will have to shake off the disappointment of being eliminated from the CONCACAF Champions League, and will have the benefit of facing a short-handed D.C. United side playing without U.S. Under-23 national team call-ups Bill Hamid and Perry Kitchen.

SBI will be providing live commentary on today's match so please feel free to follow along here. As always, please feel free to share your own thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Tonight's commentary is after the jump):


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16 Responses to LA Galaxy vs. D.C. United: Match Night Commentary

  1. elgringorico says:

    I live in DC and have comcast. Thought I had Galavision but can’t find it – am I crazy? Is it on any other channel?

  2. eddie says:

    MLS fix this ridiculous problem of not broadcasting games on national television. Galavision, who the HELL looks at Galavision?

  3. T says:

    Galaxy will not repeat as champs.

  4. drew11 says:

    Nice to see Keane bust out the cartwheel celebration

  5. g-dub says:

    Classic Bruce Arena jedi mind trick. He challenged Keane with the confidence comments. Keane responds by going for the throat throughout this game and scores two good goals.

  6. Gnarls says:

    Thanks, Nostradamus.

  7. Gnarls says:

    Keep ’em coming.

  8. Gnarls says:

    3 points never tasted so sweet.

  9. beachbum says:

    those 3 points were needed. still not sold on the Galaxy centerback situation, set pieces quite an adventure these days

  10. MemRook says:

    Woot! Finally Gals. Keep it up!

  11. T says:

    They still won’t. It doesn’t matter, they beat a subpar DC squad.

  12. Gnarls says:

    I’m not either, but Boyens looks more confident than Meyer. Neither is a permanent solution. But a win’s a win!

  13. Kaiser says:

    A prediction like that, this early in the season, especially when the playoff system is such a crap shoot, is worthless.

  14. beachbum says:

    man, I miss Omar

  15. Paul from Downey says:

    Ives, you should get a hold of the half time interview with Tim leiwike. He went off on MLS scheduling.

  16. Gnarls says:

    Me too, man. Me too. We do have Leonardo nearing fitness. He was looking good last year before his injury. Who knows, he may work out better than Boyens. No one can replace Omar, but it won’t take much to move Boyens and Meyer to second/third string.