On today’s show, your hosts will walk you through important LA Galaxy news and rumors. Could Gio and Jonathan be on the transfer block? Could Geoff Cameron wind up in LA?
CoG Studios, CA — The LA Galaxy are gearing up for a Cali-Clasico rivalry with the San Jose Earthquakes. And they’re facing a team that is worse than they are in the friendly confines of StubHub Center with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It has the makings of a win, if we’re honest. And that’s a good thing for the Galaxy!
Your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are back to walk you through 65 minutes of Galaxy-talk, news, and entertainment. And with the start of a very busy time for the club, the guys are chalk-full of information you can use to impress your friends.
In the rumor department, Josh and Eric will discuss the Galaxy’s involvement with Everton’s Leighton Baines. Is this a realistic target for the Galaxy? Could this be an answer to the Galaxy’s defensive issues? Or has everything on this front come to a screeching halt?
Staying on the defensive side of things, the guys will address a bigger rumor that could see American International Geoff Cameron join the Galaxy. They’ll discuss what bringing Cameron to the club could mean, how much it might cost, and whether or not, from the public relations side of things, he could be a good fit in Los Angeles.
Then Josh and Eric will tell you about the very real possibility the Galaxy may have finally had it with the dos Santos brothers. With rumors swirling that the brothers may be on the trading block and that the club might be looking for suitors for after the World Cup. Could this be a huge first step in clearing the payroll of $8 million?
Finally, your hosts will get you ready for Friday’s matchup with the San Jose Earthquakes as they take your calls and give you all the latest info on the Galaxy’s NorCal foes.
We’re glad you could join us and we can’t wait to see you as the Galaxy’s schedule gets crazy busy in the next 16 days!
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