On today’s show, your hosts will walk you through the LA Galaxy’s success over San Jose, more injury woes, and the last game at RFK Stadium.

CoG Studios, CA – Your hosts are back for another 72 minutes of LA Galaxy talk in a never-ending attempt to jinx the team and come up with thoroughly wrong predictions because Major League Soccer constantly keeps us guessing. So it’s a good show!

Hosts Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas will walk you through a successful jaunt up north to defeat the San Jose Earthquakes. Who played well, who impressed, and who has us scratching our head? We’ll reveal all in an effort to make you the smartest person at your Galaxy watch party.

What should the Galaxy do with Jermaine Jones if he’s healthy enough to play again? Your calls will help us answer that question, and we’ll take a rather common sense approach to exactly what needs to be done.

And Gyasi Zardes is in the same boat. Is it time the Galaxy spend big on a summer striker? Is Zardes not working out? Can he go back to playing on the wing so the team can get some goals out of someone else?

Josh and Wendy will also update you on the latest injury news with a Daniel Steres update and a Brian Rowe update. One of those things is okay. One of those things is not. So who will start in goal for the Galaxy this weekend?

Finally, your two hosts will give you a great preview of the Game with DC United. They’ll let you know about all the history that comes down to one final game in a crumbling stadium and why that’s a big deal. Can the Galaxy keep the perfect road trip alive?

We’ll discuss it all, right here on Corner of the Galaxy!

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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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