We talk the LA Galaxy’s draw vs Kansas City with Kevin Baxter, and we work on getting you ready for Sunday’s game vs New England.

It’s another 60 minutes of LA Galaxy talk with Corner of the Galaxy Producer and Co-Host, Josh Guesman. It looks like the rest of the CoG Hosts had a real life and that means Josh gets to do what he loves most – Hear himself talk.

First Josh will be joined by LA Times Sports Writer, Kevin Baxter as the two discuss the LA Galaxy’s 1-1 draw with Sporting KC in Kansas last Sunday. Kevin will talk about how the Galaxy were dominated during the game, but should actually feel pretty good about the result. And if you still wanted to argue about Ashley Cole’s quick yellow cards, the guys will discuss that as well.

Then it’s off to LA Galaxy News and Injury Updates as Josh walks you through everything that’s gone on with LA since the last show. Did Giovani deserve to win MLS Player of the month? And where does Jelle Van Damme stand in regards to his yellow card accumulation? And who’s in and who’s out with regards to injuries – both LA Galaxy and LA Galaxy II updates.

Finally Josh will get you through Western Conference standings, through the LA Galaxy schedule and onto the game vs New England on Sunday at 12:30PM at StubHub Center. What can you expect from a struggling Revs team?

There will also be talk of lost bets, a little singing of Queen and lots of  “Josh says the stupidest things.” But we’ll also be reading your emails and playing your calls to the CoG Hotline. It’s a packed show and we can’t wait for the game on Sunday!

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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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