On today’s show, your hosts will get you through the lessons learned in the LA Galaxy draw with Real Salt Lake. And they’ll look at offseason moves that might have flipped in the last couple of games.
CoG Studios, CA – The LA Galaxy did the most “Galaxy” thing against Real Salt Lake. It was both undeserved and deserved all at the same time. But did the club look better than they have in recent games? Is that all due to Real Salt Lake playing with 10-men? Or were there actual improvements?
Your hosts Josh Guesman and LA Times soccer reporter Kevin Baxter are here to get you updated on all the Galaxy news and information you can handle. With plenty of talk about what’s going on in the front office and how that could affect the team down the road.
First, the guys will give you the framework for the conversation. They’ll talk about the draw with Real Salt Lake and what that means. Did the Galaxy take a significant step forward?
There will also be an interesting discussion about what Curt Onalfo did with the Galaxy at the beginning of the year and see if it’s fair to compare it to Sigi Schmid. Do the results on the field prove the Galaxy made a mistake in firing Onalfo? Does Schmid deserve credit for helping this Galaxy team look better, even if the results aren’t the same? It’s a multileveled discussion that takes into many factors and many different points of view.
Finally, your hosts talk about some of the possible offseason moves and whether or not this Galaxy team understands the task at hand as the games come to a close in 2017. Don’t forget; there is still hardware to be “won!”
Enjoy your 80-minutes of Galaxy talk! Because pretty soon, there isn’t going to be much to talk about!