The LA Galaxy know they dropped points at home. But it wasn’t about not being ready for the game, but perhaps not being ready to be great. Sounds weird, but hang in there with us.
COG STUDIOS, Calif. — What does a draw at home against one of the worst teams in MLS mean for the LA Galaxy? Is this a case of some luck running out? Or is this a sign the Galaxy are ready to take the next step? Plus, who was yelling at the players in the locker room for 10 minutes after the game?
On today’s show, hosts Josh Guesman and Larry Morgan (Kevin is on his way back from the Olympics) want to discuss some of their observations about the Galaxy’s draw against the Vancouver Whitecaps.
The guys will start with the news the Galaxy signed Niko Hamalainen on Friday morning and why his inclusion in the team couldn’t have come at a better time. What does the injury to Jorge Villafaña mean for the club during another busy stretch of games?
And why did Greg Vanney and Derrick Williams talk about the Galaxy not being ready for first place? Plus, the Galaxy have one of the biggest cheerleaders in MLS. Why was this player all of the guys after the game ended? And why is he focused on the Galaxy’s mental health?
Josh and Larry will also talk about why fans are upset about everything from parking to food to police in the parking lot. And they’re going to tell you why National TV has affected the Galaxy’s schedule more than anything else. Why is there just one Saturday Night game left for the Galaxy in 2021?
The guys will close out the show with some standings, charts, and other fun stuff that should get you pointed in the direction of one of the weirdest schedules in Galaxy history! Are you ready for a Saturday, Tuesday, Friday week?
We’ve got another great show to share with you! So let’s go!