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Galaxy Must Fight Dynamo, Distractions

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It’s championship week, and the drama and distractions continue unabated for the LA Galaxy.

Iconic midfielder David Beckham chose not to wait until after Saturday’s MLS Cup final and announced shortly after LA clinched its conference title that he would leave the league at the end of the season.

Cue the flood of tributes to his past and speculation about his future, none of which will help LA prepare for its rematch with the improved Houston Dynamo. The desire...

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