The LA Galaxy need to make some big changes if they want to compete for an MLS Cup this year or next year. Who has all the answers? And when will they share them?

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — With the LA Galaxy crashing out of the MLS is Back Tournament, answers are hard to come by. Head Coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto seems to be taking a slow approach, and his adjustments aren’t following a similar path.

On today’s show, hosts Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter, give you their takes on the failures during the tournament and why the Galaxy need to get it all together and start building a team instead of taking steps backward.

First, Josh and Kevin take a look at what happened in the Houston game. Do the stats tell a better story? Does GBS have a case that the team has been playing better than their results? And does any of that matter?

Plus, answers need to come from somewhere within the organization. Do the Galaxy know how to communicate what they’re trying to do? Because right now, it looks like they’re trying to lose.

And Kevin is giving you a look at what the regular season might look like. Can MLS survive without the bubble? Will the Galaxy have some good regional matchups?

It’s a packed show that is getting you caught up on all the Galaxy news that you needed during some tough Galaxy times.

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