"You try to imagine the hysteria surrounding his arrival but when he's here it's so different. It's not been easy. It's been kind of testing, to be honest. At the start of the year there was so much anticipation that we would win every game and David wasn't even here then. He wasn't here for the start of the season either. Then we had injuries and it was: 'Why aren't you winning?' Obviously we need to."
-- Los Angeles coach Frank Yallop in a Times of London article headlined "Klinsmann tipped for leading role in LA." Southern California resident Juergen Klinsmann served as L.A. Galaxy technical adviser in 2004 before taking over as coach of Germany's 2006 World Cup team. On Friday, the Galaxy named assistant coach Paul Bravo Director of Soccer.(Times)