On this season-ending episode of Corner of the Galaxy your hosts, Josh Guesman and Cory Ritzau will briefly go over the 2-0 loss to Real Salt Lake and the elimination of the LA Galaxy. Then they’ll get you updated on news concerning Robbie Keane, Todd Dunivant, Sean Franklin and Marcelo Sarvas. All of this before we break down our off-season schedule and let hear select exit interviews from Bruce Arena, Sean Franklin, Jaime Penedo, Marcelo Sarvas, Juninho, Todd Dunivant and Landon Donovan.
It’s 80 minutes of #LAGalaxy and it’s only on the North American Soccer Network.
We’d also like to thank all of our listeners. You’ve helped CoG grow by leaps and bounds this season. Because of you we were able to get one-on-one interviews with Omar Gonzalez, Robbie Keane, Taylor Twellman, Brian Dunseth and many, many more. We only do this for the listeners. So thank you from the bottom of hearts. We’ll be back when you need us and you can follow on twitter (@GalaxyPodcast), on Facebook (www.facebook.com/cornerofthegalaxy) and on Instagram (www.instagram.com/CoGPodcast).
There’s always next season. And we’ll be right here waiting for.
On this season ending episode of CoG: From the Box, your hosts LA Galaxy Insider, Adam Serrano and Josh Guesman take you through what the 2013 off-season will look like for the LA Galaxy. Will Marcelo Sarvas be back? Will Sean Franklin continue his run with the LA Galaxy? And what does Bruce Arena look for ahead of the 2014 season?
Lots of questions, not too many answers. But it’s a short off season. Let’s get it started.
We’re continuing our countdown to kickoff. We’ve got LA Galaxy Assistant Coach, Pat Noonan to help us take a look back at the 1-0 victory over Real Salt Lake in the first leg of the Western Conference Semi-Finals and to look forward at the second leg coming up on Thursday.
Then your hosts add their two cents before we hear some post game audio from Bruce Arena, Omar Gonzalez, Sean Franklin, Robbie Keane and Landon Donovan.
Finally the Josh and Cory help you look forward to the Thursday night second leg. They’ll tell you what to expect from both teams and what you can expect from the weather as well.
This is your one stop for LA Galaxy information and soccer talk and we’re glad you can join us. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIN or any other RSS reader. Let’s go GALAXY!
On this episode of Corner of the Galaxy: From the Box we’re going to be joined by Soccer Analyst Brian Dunseth (@OriginalWinger). We’ll discuss LA Galaxy’s road woes as well as some of their successes against Real Salt Lake earlier this year. We’ll also talk about what we could possibly expect from Thursday night, 2nd leg clash and what that means for the LA Galaxy.
As always we’re bringing you the best LA Galaxy information, directly from the people who know these teams.
Your hosts Josh Guesman and Cory Ritzau have a packed show for you this week. They’ve got the recap of the 1-1 draw with Seattle over last weekend and I’m sure they’ll let you know exactly where they stand on the “no goal” call on Omar’s header in the first half of the game. They’ll take your emails and your comments on the Galaxy via the CoG mail bag and they’ll explore the 2013 playoff structure to help you prepare for what should be a great matchup with Real Salt Lake on Sunday.
And while talking about the LA Galaxy’s End-of-Season awards, Josh and Cory will be joined by ESPN Analyst Taylor Twellman. Taylor helps josh out with his picks and give Cory some insight into the matchup with RSL.
Did we mention it over 60 minutes long?
It’s the playoffs and Corner of the Galaxy has you covered like no other podcast around. So as we “Quest for Three” and “Strive for Five” remember how we got here.
It’s post season award time. And the biggest of those awards is the MLS Most Valuable Player. So naturally, being an LA Galaxy centric show, we wanted to discuss Robbie Keane and why or why not he might be this years MVP. To help us dissect this issue we’re once again joined by MLSSoccer.com’s Scott French.
What do you think? Is Robbie Keane the 2013 MLS MVP?
On this episode of Corner of the Galaxy your hosts, Josh and Jared, take you through the 0-0 draw with San Jose. They’ll discuss Bruce Arena, his starting lineup and the substitutions, and why the LA Galaxy might look to rest players for the big game on Sunday. Then the guys will recap the 4-0 embarassment that was the Metapan game, before switching gears and getting you all the information you need to know about Seattle and where the Galaxy may end up when the playoffs start. There is a ton to talk about, and we’ve got it all for you, right here on the Corner of the Galaxy.
We’ve basically already shifted into playoff mode. We’re getting you ready for the LA Galaxy’s final Group Stage match in the CONCACAF Champions League, as they’ve traveled down to El Salvador to play against Isidro Metapan. LA Galaxy Insider Adam Serrano is in El Salvador, traveling with the team, and he’s got all the information you need to prepare for this matchup.
We’ve all seen Robbie Keane score goals for the LA Galaxy. In fact, this year, the LA Galaxy wouldn’t be in contention for a 3rd straight MLS cup if it wasn’t for the outstanding play of Robbie. But what you see on the field isn’t 100% of Robbie Keane.
While everyone criticizes him for his over the top gestures, and his constantly barking tongue, speaking to him one on one you understand why that is. Robbie is driven to succeed. Failure isn’t an option for him. So he is relentless in his pursuit of being perfect and while he knows mistakes will happen, he also knows if you do things the right way you set yourself up for success.
While we had some fun with certain aspects of the interview, I think you get to see a little bit behind the curtain. Of course, we thank Robbie for taking the time to speak with us and we hope you enjoy our one-on-one interview with Irish Legend, Robbie Keane.
On Today’s show your hosts Josh and Jared will do their best to make the 1-0 victory over Montreal way more exciting than the 1st half of that game would lead you to believe. Breaking down the very good play from several of the LA Galaxy players and looking for ways to improve as they face a much stiffer challenge on Sunday. But not to worry, they’ll take your calls, break down the standings and finally will get you pumped and ready to face off in the final leg of the California Clásico against the San Jose Earthquakes.
It’s humor. It’s soccer. It’s your LA Galaxy.