The LA Galaxy must wait another month between games after being labeled as quitters by coach and other MLS players.

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The LA Galaxy weren’t training on Monday as they waited out some interesting test results for their USL affiliate, LA Galaxy II. But with another month between games, did the club quit on head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto? Of did the Galaxy quit on the MLS is Back Tournament?

On today’s show, hosts Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter are again looking at the failures in the tournament and where that leaves the club and the league. Plus, are more Argentine rumors landing the Galaxy an attacking mid they’ve been needing?

Josh and Kevin start with a short discussion on why Major League Soccer may have missed the boat on a rating bump they could have had. Did MLS get its act together too late? And did the league miss out on a chance to put soccer on over the air channels?

Then the guys will transition into the plans for a regular-season and why MLS could suffer the same fate as Major League Baseball. Should any sports be played right now? And can you still enjoy them?

But in some local news, Josh and Kevin talk about season ticket renewals and why the Galaxy have an uphill battle to keeping their core base happy. And are you ready to sign your life away? You’ll need to sign COVID away if you plan on going to games in the future.

Finally, the guys discuss another Argentine rumor and why it seems unlikely the Galaxy have the will to get this one across the line. Will the club make any moves when the transfer window opens?

We’ve got a packed show that gets you ready for more waiting. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that you can’t predict what will happen next.

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