On today’s show, your hosts walk you through the LA Galaxy Open Cup win, get you ready for San Jose, and give you all the latest on the team’s Designated Player targets.

CoG Studios, CA – The LA Galaxy just keep playing games. One right after the other. Again, and again, and again. And we seem to be making show after show, in hopes the Galaxy will figure this season out and sign a designated player. We’re here to tell you, it’s coming. And it’s coming very, very soon.

Your hosts, Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas are more than willing to talk about any Galaxy topic you have. And they’ll do it if the knowledge that someone will write an email accusing them of being bad at what they do. And it will probably ruin their whole afternoon snack.

Josh and Wendy will walk you through the Galaxy’s 2-0 win over Sacramento Republic in Open Cup play. They’ll talk about the players that really impressed them on the night, and why those players deserve more minutes. Plus they’ll point out the performances they thought lacked enthusiasm or effort.

Next, your hosts will fill you in on all the latest Galaxy news. Including what time frame you should be looking at to find out who the Galaxy’s next Designated Player will be. They’ll get you knowledgeable on the transfer process and give you inside information on where it seems the Galaxy’s priorities lie.

Finally, they’ll get you ready for the Galaxy’s game against the San Jose Earthquakes. It’s another Cali-Clasico and it’s shaping up to be a difficult game for the good guys.

We’ll give you all the details on injuries and who could be left out of this lineup to rest their legs. In addition, we’ll get you all the details on the suspension of Nathan Smith and what lineup the Galaxy could trot out on Saturday.

We’ve got a great show for you, and we’re glad you could join us.

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