On today’s show, your hosts will discuss all the big issues that popped up in the LA Galaxy loss to FC Dallas. Plus, they’re getting to the heart of the issues. Is Sigi to blame? The front office? Or is it ownership?

CoG Studios, CA — It’s the fourth loss in-a-row for the LA Galaxy and despite the scoreline seeming competitive, they were bailed out by a red card. Without that turn of fortune, the Galaxy were easily outmatched by Dallas.

But why is this 2018 year so frustrating? And what would the Galaxy have to do to get it all back on track?

Your hosts Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter are back with a brand new 110-minute show talking exclusively about your Galaxy. And for this particular episode, things are not going to be the rosy view of the future the offseason once promised.

The guys will highlight some devilish tinkering by Galaxy head coach Sigi Schmid and question whether or not the players are being put in a position to succeed. They also, discuss the growing unrest within the locker room that seems to point at the frustrations of losing four games in a row and doing so without the hint of a tactical plan. Is the team on the verge of falling apart?

And is Sigi on the hot seat? Could the Galaxy be on edge of going in another direction? And what could that direction look like?

Josh and Kevin will also discuss the dos Santos brothers’ Mexico call-ups and what that means for the Galaxy and why Juan Carlos Osorio could be leaving them both in California. But is that best for the Galaxy? Or is there the hint of a plan in place for their movement?

Finally, the guys will cover all your questions, your calls, and your tweets. And you do such a good job explaining the woes of the Galaxy we had to stretch out this show to a near un-bear-able ending.

Thanks for listening and don’t forget you can always be a part of our show. Afterall, we do it for the listeners!

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