On today’s show, your host will break down the LA Galaxy exit-interview, complete with audio, and get you updated on Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the Te Kloese rumors.

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The LA Galaxy held their last media availability for the 2018 season earlier this week and CoG went with our microphone ready. What we got was nearly an hour of audio from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Chris Klein, Ola Kamara, David Bingham, Sebastian Lletget, Jonathan dos Santos and Romain Alessandrini that gave us some idea of what these players are thinking heading into a long offseason (CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE TRANSCRIPTION)

On today’s show, your host Josh Guesman is ready to break down some of that audio and highlight some of the more important quotes that came from that. And in doing so he’ll be able to break down the exit-interviews and give you some perspective on what the guys are saying and what that means for the future of the Galaxy.

Josh will focus in on Ibrahimovic and Klein, spending most of the show letting you hear exactly what those two had to say. And being that the Galaxy seem to be focused on keeping Ibrahimovic, it’s important to note how each of the guys handle the questions.

The firing of Pete Vagenas wasn’t a surprise, and it was probably overdue, but it’s clear the club is trying to make him this season’s sacrificial lamb. And that the reorganization that is now taking place is about a 12 months behind. But we’ll provide you with the audio and you can make some of your own decisions on the responses that were given.

Finally, Josh will update you on the hottest rumor surrounding the Galaxy’s General Manager search. Dennis Te Kloese is a big name in Mexico and does have some history with Major League Soccer. Could he be the answer to the Galaxy’s questions?

We’ve got over 80-minutes of soccer talk headed your way! Are you ready for it?!

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