Steve Carrillo

CoG: LA Galaxy Stomp Houston, Daniel Steres Calls, and Previewing RSL

On today’s show your hosts talk with LA Galaxy Defender Daniel Steres as they recap Houston and look ahead to Real Salt Lake.

On this episode of Corner of the Galaxy your hosts Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas do their best to get you ready for the LA Galaxy game on Saturday.

They’ll first dive into the 4-1 win over the Houston Dynamo. Giovani dos Santos and Steven Gerrard played some of their best soccer yet for the LA Galaxy, but was it their best performance since joining the team? And will some surprising stats change your mind about Giovani dos Santos and his play with the LA Galaxy?

And really, you couldn’t talk about the Houston game without talking about the form they’re in. Houston is not good. But does that mean that LA isn’t as good as last Friday says they are?

Next, LA Galaxy Defender Daniel Steres joins CoG. Dan talks with Josh about growing up an LA Galaxy fan, about his partnership with Jelle Van Damme, and about his growing confidence and how “visualization” is the key to his success. They’ll also take a quick look ahead to the weekend as Steres tells you what he expects from Kyle Beckerman and the rest of the Real Salt Lake offense.

Finally, Josh and Wendy cruise through some LA Galaxy news, Josh gets called “out of shape,” they answer some tweets and they preview the Saturday night matchup with Real Salt Lake.

You better get to StubHub early, or at least earlier than Wendy (Golfing, BBQ, Soccer) because we expect there to be an “adjustment period” for the new security screening rules that MLS put into effect over all 20 MLS teams and venues.

But the Real Salt Lake game looks be the best test yet for this relatively young LA Galaxy season. RSL comes into StubHub Center undefeated (last remaining MLS team to be undefeated) and is looking to put a stop to the LA Galaxy’s momentum.

It’s a great show that was live streamed on our youtube channel. You can find that video below.

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