Today’s show is giving you the quick turnaround you need to get ready for the LA Galaxy’s midweek game with Philadelphia.

It may only be a 30 minute show, but this show is informationally packed. LA Galaxy Insider Adam Serrano calls in from the “City of Brotherly Love” to recap the LA Galaxy’s 4-2 win over New England and to get you ready for Wednesday night’s match up with the Philadelphia Union.

First the guys, Josh Guesman and Adam, will break down the “it was closer than it sounds” 4-2 win over New England. Complete with post-game audio from Robbie Keane and filled with the insight and stats you come to expect from our show. Who was the best player on the night? Which goal should win Goal of the Week in MLS? And what does this game actually mean?

It was a tale of two halves and Bruce Arena didn’t mince words after the game. Therefore, Serrano also doesn’t mince his words. He makes sure this episode has, only for the third time in history, the bleep button. But what are you going to do? It’s a family show, Adam.

After Robbie Keane highlights his thoughts from the game and essentially “drops the mic” on his way out of the reporters scrum, the guys will get you ready for a game that has everything working agains the LA Galaxy. A Sunday afternoon game turned into a Monday morning flight from LAX and now it’s up to the trainers, coaches and players to get ready for the Wednesday night fray between the 2nd place in the West, LA Galaxy and the 3rd place in the East, Philadelphia Union.

Adam and Josh break down the important players, tell you who to watch, and layout why this game could be a big deal for the LA Galaxy. And with 11 games off after this match, does that mean the lineup we saw on Sunday might stay largely intact?

It’s a compact show, but it’s full of everything you’ve come to expect from Corner of the Galaxy.

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