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Looking ahead to the start of the 20th MLS season




Captain Robbie Keane #7 of the Los Angeles Galaxy hoists up the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy on the podium as his Galaxy teammates cheer on after the Galaxy defeated the New England Revolution 2-1 in the 2014 MLS Cup at StubHub Center
Captain Robbie Keane #7 of the Los Angeles Galaxy hoists up the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy on the podium as his Galaxy teammates cheer on after the Galaxy defeated the New England Revolution 2-1 in the 2014 MLS Cup at StubHub Center
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Major League Soccer, which had been in a  tense labor dispute between players and management, will start tomorrow as planned.

The league, which will celebrate its 20th season, will begin when the Los Angeles Galaxy plays host to the Chicago Fire at StubHub Center.

Here to tell us more about the labor agreement, and what fans might expect is, Graham Parker, who writes about soccer for the Guardian and ESPN.