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What They're Saying
May 16th, 2013 11:16PM
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TAGS:  los angeles galaxy, mls, seattle sounders, us open cup


“Ridiculous. What more can I say? We're the premier club in the country, and we're being shuffled off like that again, and they're basically saying -- they're telling us the Open Cup's not important when they do stuff like that. It's really ridiculous, but it's life. What are you going to do?”

-- LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on his team having to travel to North Carolina to face either the Carolina RailHawks -- whom the Galaxy lost to last year -- or Carolina Dynamo on May 29, three days after facing the Seattle Sounders at home and then going on to face the New England Revolution, also on the road. (The MLS team with the worst travel schedule is the Sounders, winners in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and runners-up in 2012. After play at the Galaxy, they travel to Florida to play either the Tampa Bay Rowdies or VSI Tampa Bay FC and then head back to the Home Depot Center to face Chivas USA. (

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