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Chivas USA is about to see some big changes.

Jeff Gross

The CONCACAF Champions League got back under way last night with games for both Houston and Real Salt Lake. Seattle and Toronto are back in action tonight against Santos Laguna and Marathon, and LA will face Isidro Metapan tomorrow. Check out the games and root for our fellow MLS teams (or not), and enjoy today's news.



Dynamo Reach CCL Knockout Stage with Draw
An equalizer by Houston's Andre Hainault was enough to get Houston to the quarterfinals.

Despite dominance, RSL departure from CCL stings
Real Salt Lake needed only a 1-0 win to advance, but were unable to make anything of their chances in spite of dominating the game.

Robin Fraser reportedly out as Chivas USA coach, replaced by Efrain Flores
It's all just rumor so far, but it looks as though Robin Fraser will be replaced by the former Chivas de Guadalajara coach.

Chivas USA announces organization's new president
Owners Jorge Vergara and Angelica Fuentes name Jose David as President of the team.

FIFA: Goal-line technology passes another hurdle
Now that providers have been authorized to install their systems, goal-line technology is due to make its debut at the Club World Cup in Japan in December.

Landon Donovan, on the record
Donovan talks about struggling to find motivation, how his recent injuries have affected his role with the USMNT, and whether he thinks he'll play in World Cup 2014.

Heath turns down Toronto FC, signs new Orlando City deal
Toronto was interested in Orlando City head coach Adrian Heath, but perhaps Heath noticed what happened to the previous TFC head coaches. All six of them.