Los Angeles Galaxy update: Rob Friend’s fail, Sacha Kljestan to return to Major League Soccer with LA and Robbie Rogers, fashionista left back?

An unimpressed Major League Soccer Disciplinary Committee has fined Canadian Galaxy forward Rob Friend an undisclosed amount for this embellishment against Colorado. Ah well, justice (as it so often is in these circumstances) was done. Robbie Keane muissed the ensuring penalty. Badly.

Could former Chivas USA midfielder Sacha Kljestan return to Southern California from Belgium as a Galaxy player? That’s the unattributed claim of this Dutch newspaper report. Here’s the Google translation, which in best tabloid tradition cites no sources:

Sacha Kljestan, who has only played six matches with Anderlecht in 2014, is expected to leave the Belgian Championship this summer. The U.S. median of 28 years, recently became a father, could restart with Los Angeles Galaxy.


Sacha Kljestan, put on a siding for many months, is no longer happy at Anderlecht. It should go this summer, despite his contract binding Mallows, explain our colleagues in the DH. They add that the Californian could raise with the Los Angeles Galaxy, David Beckham’s former club which now play the Irishman Robbie Keane and Landon Donovan star U.S.


Finally, has Galaxy coach Bruce Arena given up on would-be male model Robbie Rogers as an attacking wide midfielder and instead is mulling converting him into a left back?


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