Your hosts talk about the preseason matchup with Xolos and what Cole and Van Damme showed us. And they’ll be joined by LA Galaxy Associate Head Coach Dave Sarachan.

It’s an action packed Corner of the Galaxy and your hosts Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas want to once again bring you up to date on the LA Galaxy information you’ve missed since we last met.

They’ll talk about Ashley Cole and Jelle Van Damme in their preseason, LA Galaxy debut. What did we like from both of them? And what did the Xolos game feel like? This new-look Galaxy team showed some defensive bite but did we witness the beginning of a defense that could be outstanding? How many yellow cards is this team going to get? So many questions it’s hard to get to all of them.

Josh and Wendy will play some post game audio from Bruce Arena, Ashley Cole, and Jelle Van Damme and give you an insight into the locker room Bruce has created in the offseason and what that means could mean going forward.

Then Associate Head Coach Dave Sarachan calls into the show to talk about the new additions, Nigel De Jong in his first training session and who his Soccer Tennis partner is this year (it’s only the most hard hitting questions here on CoG). Dave also tells you what to expect from the upcoming Las Vegas game and what it means to play a pre-season Cali-Clasico.

Finally, your hosts take your calls as you call in and talk all the LA Galaxy you want. What do you expect from this team and what are you excited about? We let the caller decide.

It’s a packed show full of tons of LA Galaxy talk and we’re so happy that you could join us. 60+ minutes of Galaxy talk is on it’s way.

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I've been covering the LA Galaxy since 2009 and am the Co-Creator, Producer, and Host of all the shows at CoG. I'm also the senior editor for the news side of things. I do this because I love the game. But also because there aren't enough independent news choices when it comes to covering the team. That's my goal - to give you news, and information seen through my lens and to communicate my insight. All thoughts and opinions are my own. And because I'm the boss, it's unlikely I'll fire myself!

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