On Today’s show, your hosts discuss LA Galaxy news are joined by Former LA Galaxy Assistant, Dave Sarachan.

CoG Studios, CA – The LA Galaxy are still in winter hibernation mode, but your hosts Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas are not. The First show fo the new year has lots to cover. And even inactivity is a reason for some serious contemplation. But to help us kick off a brand new 2017, the show is lucky enough to be joined by former LA Galaxy Associate Head Coach, Dave Sarachan to talk about his departure from the club and where he’s landed with the US Men’s National Team.

But first, your hosts are going to discuss the retirement of 14-year league veteran, Mike Magee. I mean we all have great stories when it comes to Mike Magee, but what did he really mean to the LA Galaxy? And why did Josh have to apologize to him in front of witnesses? Should Mike Magee be listed in the ring of honor next to true LA Galaxy Legends? There are lots of questions to answer when it comes to his departure and your hosts will discuss it all.

Then Dave Sarachan will join Josh to talk about the time he “fought” Steven Lenhart and whether or not he would’ve taken the job if the LA Galaxy would’ve offered him the Head Coaching job. And why exactly did Dave leave the team?

Finally your hosts reconvene to discuss Jermaine Jones and his high price tag as well as talk about how this team is largely unaffected by all the players that have left the team since November of 2016. Plus Josh will even regail you of some tales of Designated Players and a theory on why Nigel De Jong really left the LA Galaxy.

It’s a packed show to start 2017, and we’re glad that you could join us!

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