On today’s show, your hosts recap how the LA Galaxy got to this point in the season and talk new signings, Front Office attitudes, and more.

CoG Studios, CA – The LA Galaxy are into their Gold Cup break and just lost to the San Jose Earthquakes. Has the club hit rock bottom? Is there any chance for recovery?

Your hosts, CoG’s Josh Guesman and LA Times soccer writer Kevin Baxter are here to give you 90-minutes of Galaxy talk. And that means making sure you’re properly prepared for the opening of the Major League Soccer Secondary Transfer Window.

Josh and Kevin will get you updated on all the latest rumors and give you the real reason you might not be hearing or seeing movement on that front right now. Is the Gignac deal dead? What about some other Galaxy targets? Could Zlatan Ibrahimovic be back on the table? There’s a good reason why or why not and you’ll hear it from guys who are laser focused on what this club is thinking.

The Guys will also give you tons of insight into how the Galaxy got this way and along the way, they might point blame in one direction or the other. Making sure you understand where they’re coming from and how they see the current state of the squad.

Finally, there’s always discussion about the Galaxy’s newest signing, Pele van Anholt. How does he fit into the club and what do we know about him? It’s all there.

And talk about a ton of calls. The entire second half of the show is left up to our amazing listeners. You have questions – a lot of questions – and we have answers. Your phone calls, emails, and tweets will be handled with kid gloves as the guys attempt to give you their perspective on all your hottest topics.

And we’re thankful you took the time.

It’s an interesting time for the team and we’re excited we can give you all the information we have so you can be the best-informed fan of the team at your next party.









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