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"When I was a kid growing up in New York, you could walk into Yankee Stadium or Madison Square Garden and buy a ticket and go see a game. They weren't on television. The games were blacked out.
Those leagues already had existed like 40 years. And we're in Year 19. We're way ahead of where the NBA was, Major League Baseball and the NFL. Way ahead of them. And nobody ever tells that story.
And now we have much more competition than they would have had at the time. Our league is a fabulous story. We've been fighting the odds, greater odds than they ever fought."
--LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on where MLS stands at the end of its 19th season in comparison to other American sports leagues after the same period of time. (SI.com)
"I don't know what the actual number is, but between the staff and the players, I think there's 24 kids under the age of 5. Which is a lot of kids. Apparently, the family suite is basically a daycare during games. Witnessing that, it's special. Little kids, they bring joy and life to everybody."
-- LA Galaxy defender right back Dan Gargan, whose wife gave birth to a daughter Wednesday. (MLSSoccer.com)
"Miami is still David [Beckham's] number one choice and it will happen. The fans and the people of Miami are behind us and we hope to announce some positive and exciting news soon."
-- A spokesman for investment group Miami Beckham United, whose odds of launching an MLS franchise have diminished as two Miami stadium proposals have been nixed in the face of political opposition. (Reuters)