Have the Galaxy found a winning combination with te Kloese and Schelotto?

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The LA Galaxy have a management team in place with the announcement of Guillermo Barros Schelotto as their head coach. And along with Dennis te Kloese, the club seems to have found a hope of stability that wasn’t there in any of their previous seasons.

But is this all just wishful thinking?

On today’s show, your host, Josh Guesman, will take you through the attitudes, mannerisms, and the words that te Kloese and Schelotto used to find their way through their first Galaxy press conference.

He’ll discuss what that means for the Galaxy and also what it means that the Galaxy have kept Dominic Kinnear on as Assistant Coach. Is this another positive move for the club?

Josh will also break you into all the latest rumors surrounding Romain Alessandrini and Giovani dos Santos. He’ll basically be a human wet blanket as he attempts to smother flames that just won’t die!

Finally, Josh will make sure your questions are answered and that you prepare for another fun Corner of the Galaxy offseason event! Are you ready to hang with the CoG crew?! Especially after we’ve keyed you into what an impact you’ve made on the show in 2018!

We’ve got a packed first show of 2019 and we’re glad you could help us kick off another season!

Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory








About The Author


I've been covering the LA Galaxy since 2009 and am the Co-Creator, Producer, and Host of all the shows at CoG and this one time I was even published in the LA Times! Proud member of the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR). I grew up in SoCal and enjoy covering all things Galaxy related. It's where my focus is and where I feel like I can have the most impact on how people get their independent soccer coverage. In fact, that's why I started this site. To give unbiased news, opinion, and entertainment about the Galaxy. No one pays anyone on the site to do this. This is TRULY independent coverage and that's the way I want to keep it.

Related Posts