On today’s show, we’re talking about Giovani dos Santos, Landon Donovan, players under 24, MLS Expansion Draft and the SKC Game!
On today’s show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Cory Ritzau want to discuss about this LA Galaxy team and what they were able to do against Orlando. They’re going to talk about players that may have gone unnoticed, players that were simply outstanding, and players that just continue to impress us. Giovani Dos Santos will be front and center as he scored four goals in 2 games and ended up winning “MLS Player of the Week.” But is he the guy you want to run behind into the playoffs?
Giovani Dos Santos will be front and center as he scored four goals in two games and ended up winning “MLS Player of the Week.” But is he the guy you want to run behind into the playoffs? Plus what will happen if Robbie Keane starts this week? Will Dos Santos be pushed back out wide? The decision Bruce Arena makes this weekend could very well be the answer to how well the LA Galaxy do down the stretch.
Then the guys will shift their attention to Landon Donovan’s return and what it means for the LA Galaxy.
Next, they’ll focus in on the MLS Expansion Draft, and what rules will confuse and upset you. Plus they’ll tell you the good news about how many players the LA Galaxy could lose in this draft. All the details are right here for your listening.
And with MLSSoccer.com getting ready to announce their “24 under 24,” the guys will tell you why you should probably print it out and toss it in the recycling bin. But they’ll also give you an update on the LA Galaxy players you should be watching.
Finally, Josh and Cory will wrap up with some discussion on the game against Sporting KC this Sunday. It’s a place the LA Galaxy have never one (Children’s Mercy Park) and a town that has seen the Galaxy struggle to get three points. Is this that time?
It’s a packed show — a long one at that — and we’re glad you could join us.
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