The LA Galaxy need to reload in the offseason. But with the holes on the team, will they better next season or worse?
COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The Zlatan Ibrahimovic era is over in Los Angeles. And with his departure comes the realization that the LA Galaxy have a ton of work to do in 2020. And make doubt about it, jobs are on the line.
On today’s show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Larry Morgan are in-studio to discuss not just Ibrahimovic’s departure, but also other departures we can now confirm.
But with a big name like Ibrahimovic leaving, what do the Galaxy need to do to replace his offensive production and his personality? Does the same “Stars and Winning” formula still hold true in LA? And how will Ibrahimovic be remembered? Does he get a statue out front?
Plus, now that Romney has departed the team, Larry takes a look at the Galaxy’s defense over the past five seasons. Would it surprise you to know that the Galaxy’s defense is one of the worst in the league over that time? And that they share something in common with a whole bunch of expansion teams?
And Josh and Larry want to get you caught up on the latest rumors that are hitting the streets. Josh will tell you that there is something to the Galaxy’s pursuit of a certain Uruguayan. But is he a big enough name? Would he fit the system Guillermo Barros Schelotto wants to play?
And who should be on the Galaxy’s “Protected” list heading into the November 19, expansion draft?
We’ve got a packed show for you that will dive into all sorts of Galaxy news and topics. And we’ll even tell you why going to Miami in March could be expensive! SPRING BREAK!
As always, thanks for joining us on another edition of Corner of the Galaxy!