Steve Carrillo

From The Box: “It Feels Like We’ve Got Men In Here”

Steven Gerrard’s post game comments get some full attention. We’ll discuss how the LA Galaxy have changed since 2015.

CoG Studios, CA – Steven Gerrard had a lot to say after the LA Galaxy’s 1-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Friday night. And why shouldn’t he? He scored the game winner in the 66th minute and has generally been one of the key players for this team.

But his comments were especially important when you understand what this team and their locker room looked and felt like in 2015. Landon Donovan had just left, Marcelo Sarvas was gone, and two player, Steven Gerrard and Giovani dos Santos were struggling to adapt to their new team as everyone else was struggling to adapt to them.

On this show your hosts Josh Guesman and LA Galaxy Insider Adam Serrano are joined by Four Four Two USA’s Scott French (@ScottJFrench). Together they’ll discuss the comments that Gerrard made and try to put them in perspective. What was the locker room like in 2015? How did that differ from the locker room in 2014? And how does that all relate to this year’s team in 2016?

And with new faces brought in for this team including Nigel De Jong, Ashley Cole, and Jelle Van Damme, did Bruce Arena and the rest of the LA Galaxy go through some dramatic change? Did the Galaxy get tougher but also closer together? Is competition destroying this “coming together?” Or is it fostering the type of atmosphere that breeds championship teams?

It’s an excellent insight from three of the people who’ve followed this team the closest during the past three seasons. And it’s all about putting you into the locker room so you can understand what kind of work environment these professional athletes inhabit.

We can’t wait to get started. Corner of the Galaxy is your only place for absolute top notch LA Galaxy discussion.

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