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Coyle unveiled as new Dynamo manager

MLS: 48 year-old Scot Owen Coyle, formerly the manager at Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic was unveiled as the new head coach of the Houston Dynamo.

(01:30) | Dec 9, 2014

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Nicol: Revs must get over loss quickly

MLS: Former New England Revolution head coach Steve Nicol explains what the Revs need to do to get over their MLS Cup losing streak.

(01:44) | Dec 8, 2014

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Donovan goes out on top

MLS: Landon Donovan wins his sixth MLS Cup title in what will be his last season as a footballer.

(00:59) | Dec 8, 2014

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MLS Final Kick: MLS Cup-1

MLS: The LA Galaxy's Landon Donovan ended his storied MLS career with a 2-1 win over the New England Revolution in MLS Cup.

(03:28) | Dec 8, 2014

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Highlights: Los Angeles 2-1 New England

MLS: The MLS MVP Robbie Keane saves the day for the Los Angeles Galaxy in dramatic fashion scoring the game-winner in the 111th minute helping Landon Donovan win his sixth MLS Cup.

(02:31) | Dec 7, 2014

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MLS Cup: Donovan's swan song

MLS: As Landon Donovan's illustrious playing career comes to a close, we take a look back at some of his greatest MLS moments, ahead of what will inevitably be a memorable swan song at MLS Cup.

(01:13) | Dec 6, 2014

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Holden: Keane is most influential

MLS: The ESPN FC team debate who is the most influential for the New England Revolution and LA Galaxy ahead of MLS Cup, but Taylor Twellman offers up a surprise prediction.

(01:56) | Dec 6, 2014

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Lalas: Galaxy's MLS Cup to lose

MLS: ESPN FC's Adrian Healey, Alexi Lalas, Taylor Twellman and Stuart Holden all explain their varying opinions as to whom has the upper hand heading into MLS Cup at the StubHub Center.

(03:22) | Dec 6, 2014

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Defending LA's three-headed attack

MLS: ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman, Alexi Lalas and Stuart Holden praise the LA Galaxy's attacking prowess this season, and question whether or not the New England Revolution can handle LA's three-headed attack of Robbie Keane, Gyasi Zardes and Landon Donovan.

(01:50) | Dec 6, 2014

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