On today’s show, your hosts look at the LA Galaxy training camp roster to find the club still short on defenders.

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The LA Galaxy have completed four days of the 2019 preseason, and the twice-daily practices are already leaving the players gasping for air.

But are the Galaxy a complete team, even if you count the two players that are expected to be added to the roster? And what grade would you give the organization if everything stayed the same going into the season?

On today’s show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are talking about the holes in the Galaxy defense and why Guillermo Barros Schelotto and Dennis te Kloese can’t afford to just hope that the defense is going to fix itself.

The guys will start out the episode by discussing their field-trip to the eMLS in Santa Ana on Tuesday night and what they learned about the event and the sport. And you’ll also get our exclusive audio interview with Guiseppe Guastella – the Galaxy eSports Player – after his defeat in the tournament.

And are you worried about “new Cozmo?” Josh has some good news and some bad news about the world-famous Galaxy mascot that should have you feeling okay about the upcoming season.

Josh and Eric will give you the complete training roster including the names of the players that weren’t on the roster, and tell you why there seems to be a hold up to the Diego Polenta and Uriel Antuna signings. Is there trouble there?

Finally, the guys briefly discuss the Galaxy’s Supporters Group issue and try to bring some level-headedness to the conversation.

We’ve got a great show filled with great Galaxy news, discussion, and information. And we’re very glad you could join us for it.

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