This July 28, 2012, file photo shows Chivas USA's Danny Califf (23) embracing teammate Nick LaBrocca (10) after he scored a goal against Portland. Chivas USA ceased operations on Oct. 27, 2014, after 10 troubled and unsuccessful years in Major League Soccer, with the league planning a new franchise for Los Angeles that will begin play in 2017 with new ownership and a new soccer-specific stadium.
This July 28, 2012, file photo shows Chivas USA's Danny Califf (23) embracing teammate Nick LaBrocca (10) after he scored a goal against Portland. Chivas USA ceased operations on Oct. 27, 2014, after 10 troubled and unsuccessful years in Major League Soccer, with the league planning a new franchise for Los Angeles that will begin play in 2017 with new ownership and a new soccer-specific stadium. Rick Bowmer AP
This July 28, 2012, file photo shows Chivas USA's Danny Califf (23) embracing teammate Nick LaBrocca (10) after he scored a goal against Portland. Chivas USA ceased operations on Oct. 27, 2014, after 10 troubled and unsuccessful years in Major League Soccer, with the league planning a new franchise for Los Angeles that will begin play in 2017 with new ownership and a new soccer-specific stadium. Rick Bowmer AP
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