Julio Ramos

Union Ultras

Chivas USA fan and an organizer of the fan group Union Ultras

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Southern California still has the Galaxy but, with crowds declining after 10 years in Los Angeles, Major League Soccer, which owns the franchise, has shut down Chivas USA, a team named…

The Demise of Chivas USA

Southern California still has the Galaxy but, with crowds declining after 10 years in Los Angeles, Major League Soccer, which owns the franchise, has shut down Chivas USA, a team named…

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