Terrorist flies, bad voiceovers, an escape room, and a breath of fresh air. This show has it all and it’s getting you updated on the LA Galaxy.

COG STUDIOS, Calif. – What happens when you lock our hosts in an Escape Room? What if talking about the LA Galaxy, murdering a fly, and doing lousy voiceover intros was their only way out?!

You’re about to find out!

On this high-pressure episode of Corner of the Galaxy, your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are back to get you updated on all the club news you needed to know before the Galaxy take off for FC Dallas.

That means the guys will get you updated on all the injuries, all the new signings, and all the predicted starting lineups that will take this team to Frisco, Texas on Friday for a Saturday game. Will Zlatan Ibrahimovic be able to travel? Will Sebastian Lletget be ready to start? And will Romain Alessandrini be healthy in time for Minnesota?

Plus, the guys fill you in on the signings of Diedie Traore and Joe Corona. With both of the moves signaling that Galaxy are still on the hunt for at least one more piece to the puzzle.

Josh and Eric will even get an email that asks who should step up from the Galaxy organization and acknowledge their past mistakes? And does it do any good?

But the real crux of the show is the continuous buzzing from a terrorist fly, and why the guys think it’s okay to sing in public. And with bad voiceovers getting you ready for the FC Dallas game, it’s no wonder no one listens to this show.

It’s a wild, wacky, and goofy night on CoG. But the real question is, do the guys find a way out of the studio at the end?

Tune in and find out!

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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.

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