The LA Galaxy get ready for the Chicago Fire and we get you the details on the Kamara transfer and how that effects the four DP’s

COG STUDIOS, Calif. – It’s finally that time! With the long, dark, cold offseason behind us, Corner of the Galaxy is ready to kick-off our eleventh season covering the LA Galaxy.

On today’s show, your host Josh Guesman (and stick figure Giovani dos Santos – check the YouTube channel) is ready to get you “fired up” for Chicago! That’s right, the Chicago Fire are in town looking to spoil Guillermo Barros Schelotto’s Galaxy debut. Meanwhile, the Galaxy look to start the season off on the right foot.

Josh will start by going over the mechanics of the Ola Kamara transfer and what that means for the Galaxy in terms of the money they can spend, where the can spend it, and how. Plus, he’ll go into the mechanics of Kamara leaving and why the Galaxy were more than content to let him go for a “life-changing” opportunity.

The show will also touch on what the Kamara transfer means for Giovani dos Santos as the Galaxy still haven’t announced the fate of the Mexican forward (the show was recorded on Thursday night at 7 p.m.). Will Josh simply be talking about something that is old news? Did he nail it on his predictions?

And with the Galaxy announcing the signing of first-round draft pick, Emil Cuello, earlier in the week, will they also give him his first MLS start?

Plus, with the season just days away, the Galaxy put out a ton of press releases that you don’t want to miss. They include a Zlatan Ibrahimovic appearance on late-night TV, upgrades to Dignity Health Sports Park, and the Galaxy Promotional calendar (LA Kings and LA Lakers nights).

Finally, Josh shakes off the rust as he gets you ready for the Galaxy’s match against the Chicago Fire. Bring a rain jacket!

All this and more in 60-minutes of Galaxy-talk that is headed your way!

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