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Corner of the Galaxy is a weekly Internet Radio Show dedicated to the LA Galaxy. Founded in 2009, we’ve done over 600 hundred individual shows.

We’ve featured many high profile interviews including:

Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez, Bruce Arena, Dave Sarachan, Mike Magee, Todd Dunivant, Robbie Rogers, Sean Franklin, Chris Klein, Pat Noonan, Alexi Lalas, Taylor Twellman, Brian Dunseth, Nigel De Jong And many, many more.

It is our mission to provide you top notch LA Galaxy information in a timely, professional and entertaining fashion. With many of our co-hosts holding media credentials for the LA Galaxy, you are getting 1st hand information from some of the brightest minds in the media and beyond. We’ll give you our opinions and we’ll strive to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Of course, CoG isn’t just a show. It’s also a group of passionate people. Without the fans, the listeners and the wonderful community that supports soccer this LA Galaxy podcast would never have been around for so long.

So what are you waiting for? We’ve got tons of LA Galaxy information to break down and we’re always planning our next show. We’ll see you at StubHub Center.
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COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy victory over Toronto FC was the perfect balance of patience and the ability to wear an opponent down and break them. And Guillermo Barros Schelotto gave the perfect reasoning for why they were sometimes patient and sometimes direct. On today's show, your host Josh Guesman will break down the lineups for that victory, tell you who had an excellent game and who made the right adjustments, and tell you what everyone was saying in the locker room after the win.With the Panda still in France, this is your last chance to get 60-minutes of Pato as he takes you through all the Galaxy news you can handle. With two 17-year-olds on the pitch, did the Galaxy show that the future is now? And between Julian Araujo and Efrain Alvarez, who had the better game? And which players stood out for Josh in the victory?We'll also dive into the success of Jonathan dos Santos and Uriel Antuna at the Gold Cup and tell you why that shouldn't hurt the Galaxy as they get ready for San Jose and LAFC. Finally, Josh is giving you the latest on standings, the hectic schedule, and some rumors so that you can understand what might happen when the transfer window opens up on Tuesday! There's lot's of great podcasting heading your way and we're updating you on your team in the only way we know how -- giving you all the information so that you can make the most informed and educated decisions about the club.Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
COG MIDSEASON AWARD CONTEST: Name an original category, and give us the Galaxy Player that best fits into that category. Email us at Due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 5, 2019. Selected Winner gets a CoG Scarf!COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- A loss to the San Jose Earthquakes seems lopsided and not competitive. But the LA Galaxy were more than competitive in that game. They should have earned at least a point out of that game, but something is still missing. On today's show, host Josh Guesman walks you through the 3-0 loss to the Earthquakes. He wants to talk about how the Galaxy adjusted to a weird style of play and why the final pass was once again missing from the team's talent vocabulary. But more importantly, he wants to talk about the adjustments that Guillermo Barros Schelotto made and why the Galaxy should have rewarded the coach with at least a point. And Zlatan Ibrahimovic's post-game comments might seem like he's disconnected, but Josh is here to decipher the comments and tell you what was really on the Swedish superstar's mind. He's frustrated, and he should be. The Galaxy are missing a key offensive piece, and that's forcing Ibrahimovic to do too much. Plus, we'll dig into the Galaxy's injury status and update you on the players who came back from the international break and the players that are still playing for their national team's and won't make the club's next match. Josh is also talking about the new rumors that have just surfaced and why there's an awful lot of posturing going on between both the Galaxy and Boca Juniors. And why the look to a Portuguese winger might make a ton of sense for the club. Finally, we're getting you ready for the Galaxy's Fourth of July matchup with Toronto FC and why they need to have some success to start their four-game homestand. It's a packed show full of Galaxy-talk and news, and we're glad you could join us!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
COG MIDSEASON AWARD CONTEST: Name an original category, and give us the Galaxy Player that best fits into that category. Email us at Due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 5, 2019. Selected Winner gets a CoG Scarf!COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are midway through the 2019 MLS Season, and the guys want to give you their thoughts on this team. That will include handing out awards both real and made up. So let's go to it!Hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are here, pumped full of caffeine, to get you ready for the Galaxy's weekend matchup in the California Clasico. But to do that, they're going to need to get you updated on a whole bunch of Galaxy news and rumors.The guys start with some general thoughts on the Galaxy's performance against Cincinnati and then move quickly into the midseason awards. Who is your midseason MVP? LVP? Most Disappointing?And who is most likely to be eaten by Velociraptor at Jurrasic Park? And who is most likely to get beaten up by Zlatan Ibrahimovic in a game?We've got both serious and very insane categories for you! And it's also a contest. So email us your very best!The guys will also update you on the games the Galaxy's internationals will be playing and even which way you might want to lean for the best outcome for the Galaxy. There's a complete update from training on Thursday and an update on injuries. Even toe injuries.Finally, there's an epic intro to this weekend's match, and the guys give you their predictions in what should be an intense matchup between the Earthquakes and Galaxy.We've got more than 70-minutes of Galaxy-talk to get you ready for a big weekend for the White, Blue, and Gold!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- A 2-0 win over FC Cincinnati should be more than enough to get you excited about the LA Galaxy, right? And what if we throw in a Zlatan Ibrahimovic-sized controversy and an interesting Diego Polenta rumor to boot?On today's show, we're breaking news, breaking down the game, and discussing the biggest takeaways from this weekend's win. Your host, Josh Guesman, is back to tell you what he saw in the Galaxy's third consecutive road-win and tell you what he liked and didn't like about the game. And he's certainly going to start with Emmanuel Boateng trying to show up this podcast by having one of his best performances of the year, and he's also going to tell you why Perry Kitchen has just flipped some of the scripts on the "no depth" argument.Plus, there are plenty of hot-takes on Ibrahimovic's antics and why the quote from Sebastian Lletget is nothing to get worked up about. Josh will also give you a mid-season chart update that tells you why the Galaxy may be out-performing their expected progress and which two Galaxy players have the misfortune of being named to the MLS All-Star Game in Orlando at the end of July. Finally, your host will ensure that you're up to date on most of the club's international players before shifting your attention to news about Polenta wanting to leave the Galaxy.At first glance, you may think the rumors are ridiculous, but there are some excellent reasons why it might make sense. And Josh will set the record straight on whether there's any truth to the rumors.It's a packed show that gets you caught up with your Galaxy just before the first Cali-Clasico of 2019. Thanks for joining us!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
TEMECULA FC (SAVE THE QUAILS): http://temeculafc.comCOG STUDIOS, Calif. -- So the LA Galaxy got bounced from the US Open Cup? Is that such a horrible thing? Doesn't this make the rest of the season more focused for the club? And you didn't want hardware anyway.On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are back to discuss the big takeaways from the 4-0 loss to Portland. And there are a bunch of big takeaways. They'll start by discussing the Galaxy's starting lineup and why head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto decided that the Open Cup was not the priority this week. The guys will also get real with some of the worst performances of the year. And after saying all that, Josh and Eric will also tell you the game could have been so much different. But did you know you're seeing a Major League Soccer that is different from every MLS season we've ever seen? What makes it so much different, and why is it likely to affect every team down the stretch? We've got a lot to discuss.The guys will also talk about some Galaxy news, give you updates on Sebastian Lletget and his likely status for the game on Saturday, and the latest rumor surrounding an ex-Galaxy player who should be on his way to LigaMx. Finally, Eric will include boy-band 98-Degrees in his epic game preview before telling you why Saturday could be an epic failure as the Galaxy travel to FC Cincinnati. It's packed show full of all the excellent Galaxy discussion you always tune in for, and you'll also probably get yelled at by Josh. He likes to shout about the Open Cup and realistic expectations. 60-minutes of the show are on the way! Get into it!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
TEMECULA FC (SAVE THE QUAILS): http://temeculafc.comCOG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are in for a rough travel week. The club, ahead of its Wednesday night US Open Cup game in Portland will travel on Tuesday before returning quickly home and then out for an MLS match on Saturday night. If you thought the Galaxy could take the Open Cup seriously, this travel schedule just told you otherwise. On today's show, your host Josh Guesman gets you ready for another chaotic week and one that is sure to highlight two different lineups for two very different games. Josh will explain why the Galaxy weren't given a choice about taking the Open Cup seriously and how the location of the games makes it even more difficult for the club to focus on it. He'll also get you the latest quotes from Galaxy head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto from training on Monday and tell you if Zlatan Ibrahimovic is going to play in the Open Cup game. Is that really a question?The Galaxy literally have back-to-back games on artificial turf this week, and people are complaining about them not taking the Open Cup Seriously?Josh will also talk about Uriel Antuna's big night with Mexico and how the rest of the six -- yes I said six -- Internationals are doing with their call-ups. It's a good, quick update for your Galaxy loving ways. And we're delighted you could join us!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
TEMECULA FC (SAVE THE QUAILS): http://temeculafc.comCOG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy advanced past the last remaining amateur team in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup on Wednesday night in front of a raucous crowd of 5,000. Did we learn anything about the team from their performance?Plus, the show will be joined by the owner of Temecula FC to talk about the NPSL's side potential last game and what you can do to save local soccer for one local team (BUY TICKETS: on today's show, we're diving into the Cup win over Orange County FC with help from hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira. Together, the guys will be talking about Efrain Alvarez's contributions on the field and the successes and failures of the game. The Galaxy scored three goals in the second half, and the 16-year-old Alvarez scored twice, but was the performance good enough? And did Favio Alvarez contribute enough on the night? Did Ema Boateng's stock rise? Did Chris Pontius do enough to make you feel comfortable without Zlatan Ibrahimovic?And now that the Galaxy advanced, why is Josh telling you the cup run for the club is over? There's a long history of MLS club's having success in the Open Cup for one big reason. And that reason is totally against the Galaxy.Then the guys will get down and dirty with the release of the MLS Players Association Salary numbers. We'll tell you who got the most significant raises, who lost money, and who's performance through the rest of the year determines whether or not they get another contract. Plus, we find out what all the new players to the Galaxy are making and whether they fall in line with what we think is reasonable. We'll also be comparing team spending across Major League Soccer and tell you what teams spend the most by position. Here's a hint, the Galaxy lead in two categories and are 16th in spending in a category everyone complains about regularly. It's a packed show with over 60 minutes of Galaxy-talk! Don't miss it!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy had a weekend filled with training and are now focused on Wednesday night's Lamar Hunt US Open Cup match against the last remaining amateur team in the tournament. No, when the Galaxy host Orange County Football Club (NPSL) at the Track & Field Stadium at 7:30 p.m. (ESPN+) it will be a real "David vs. Goliath" situation. On today's show, your host Josh Guesman will get you through all the relevant Galaxy news you need to know as the Galaxy play their fourth-round matchup. And to help Josh get all the updates from training, he reaches out to a good friend of the show, John Rojas to get the latest from training. John and Josh will discuss what Galaxy head coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has in mind for the Open Cup lineup and why Zlatan Ibrahimovic isn't going to play a part. Plus, the guys will discuss the international call-ups and tell you why Uriel Antuna is on the bubble once again for Mexico and why the likelihood is that he'll stay on through the Gold Cup after another Mexico injury. John will also tell you why Emil Cuello was almost another call-up and why Schelotto made him stay. And with the rumors still swirling around the possibility of Cristian Pavon coming to the Galaxy, John asked Schelotto directly about whether he had an interest in the 23-year-old winger from Argentina. The answer isn't what you're going to find from other sources. And it continues to be a reason why we stay very high on the possibility of Pavon landing with the Galaxy this summer. Finally, Josh is going to get you ready for the Open Cup match and tell you what you can expect from a dangerous OCFC team because they'll counter-attack all day long as a former Galaxy player leads them to try and topple the MLS Giants. It's a quick show that will get you all the Galaxy news you need before the midweek game!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
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