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What They're Saying
January 23rd, 2009 7AM

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"There's no date. If I go back to the Galaxy, we have our first game March 21, so I'd have to return at least one week earlier. But that would be sad. I want to make it here. It is my dream. I want stay here a few years."

-- Landon Donovan, asked by German newspaper Abendzeitung on when a decision would be made if his loan to Bayern Munich will turn into a transfer from the Los Angeles Galaxy.


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