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How's 2024 shaping up for our LA squads?

The forthcoming MLS season offers a clean slate for both LAFC and LA Galaxy in their quest for another MLS Cup. This year's competition is shaping up to be particularly intriguing due to the increased efforts of teams such as Inter Miami, who have been ramping up their squad considerably. The question stands: who will emerge victorious? The fight for the 2024 trophy certainly provides compelling material for storylines, making it crucial to mention the significant addition of Luis Suárez to Inter Miami's forward line. This development places a formidable old Barcelona force square on the field. Fans are equally eager to witness Tata Martino's creative strategies on Feb 25 at the Dignity Health Sports Park during the home opener when LA Galaxy takes on Inter Miami.

Furthermore, it's impossible to overlook LAFC's most distinguished signing: Hugo Lloris. A towering figure at 6'2" with a World Cup victory and 127 clean sheets in the Premier League, Lloris ranks among only 17 goalkeepers to reach over 100 clean sheets in the league.

LAFC  finished in an impressive second place in the 2023 season, following a narrow 2-1 defeat to Columbus Crew in Ohio. Despite this setback, they still managed to secure the Western Conference Champions trophy much to the delight of their home crowd, The3252.

Contrarily, LA Galaxy fell short of making the playoffs for the second consecutive year, marking a disappointing season for them. "Just devastating not to make it to the playoffs,” expressed winger Tyler Boyd. Fans hoping for an Inter Miami rematch against LAFC may only see this materialize in a tournament or possibly in a playoff. Both LAFC  and LA Galaxy are currently undergoing roster adjustments and anticipate being ready for action starting Feb 25.

Photos by Gilbert Bita

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