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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.
421 Episodes
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are gearing up for their first-round playoff matchup with Minnesota United on Sunday evening. And we're here to get you all the information you need to know ahead of this MUST-WIN game. On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are back to get you through all the latest injury updates and get you ready for the most critical game of the season. After all, this could be Zlatan Ibrahimovic's last game with the club. So will the lion go out with a whimper? Or are the playoffs made for Ibrahimovic and the Galaxy?The guys will discuss what a healthy Romain Alessandrini could mean to the club and what an injury to Joe Corona might mean for the defense. And speaking of the defense, does everything need to change for the Galaxy to succeed in Minnesota? We'll give you the odds for the game, we'll give you the weather for the game, and we'll provide you who we think should be the starters in a game that could come down to extra time and penalty kicks. And how does that effect your substitution pattern? Josh and Eric will also discuss the Galaxy's playoff experience and tell you why the players who have played in big games will be the most important for the club in this game. Finally, did Sebastian Lletget figure out the Galaxy in one soundbite? He might have. We've got a playoff edition of the show that we can't wait for you to sink your teeth into. And we've got it all in one easy to digest podcast. The playoffs start now! Let's see how far the Galaxy can go!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory.
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy may have got some good news regarding a fan-favorite player, but they still have a mountain to climb if they want to beat a very stingy Minnesota United on October 20.On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Larry Morgan discuss the Galaxy's latest news while also talking about some of the more exciting stories from the last week. The guys will start by revealing their End-of-Season team ballots. Most years, the Galaxy ask media members to vote on Player of the Year and Defender of the Year for the current Galaxy season. And while there's little argument over who is the Player of the Year is, there might be some discussion about Defender of the Year. And both Josh and Larry are here to tell you that there shouldn't be any discussion. There are CLEAR winners for both. Then they'll talk about a hypothetical situation that puts Giovani dos Santos back on this team for 2019. Could the Galaxy have thrived with the Mexican International on the field this year?Next, Josh and Larry discuss the injury updates on Romain Alessandrini and Joe Corona. This is where Josh argues that one of these injuries and players is WAY more important than the other. Who is the key to the Galaxy's success or failure against Minnesota?Finally, Larry drops his wealth of knowledge about the Galaxy's last road playoff win, and together, they'll discuss who has the most Galaxy playoff experience. Can you name a current member of the roster that has more playoff appearances than anyone else on the team? And will that help or hurt the Galaxy?We've got packed show for an off-week, and we love that you're joining us for this critical buildup to the big game next week!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy didn't do themselves any favors when they lost to the Houston Dynamo on Sunday afternoon. But their road for the playoffs is now set, and we can start discussing what that will look and why the Galaxy could still be considered favorites for an MLS Cup run.On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman (LA Galaxy Beat Reporter) and Kevin Baxter (LA Times Soccer Reporter), are discussing the fall-out from the Galaxy's poorly timed loss, and why the fifth seed in the playoffs may not mean the Galaxy don't have a home game. The guys start by talking about the loss to the Houston Dynamo and why it was more of the same from a Galaxy defense that didn't need to be tweaked. Josh will also talk about the momentum killers that turned this game on its head, and he'll finally get to the stats you've all been wanting when it comes to goalkeeper David Bingham and the best center back pairings. Does any of it pass the eye test, though?The guys will also tell you why one young Galaxy player's season is all but over, now, and why four other international's will be departing for their respective camps before the Galaxy return for their first playoff game since 2016.Plus, Ibrahimovic isn't in the United States. Could a return to Malmö, Sweden mean the 6-foot-5 striker is getting homesick? Or could it mean a change of scenery for the 38-year-old?Finally, Josh and Kevin are telling you how the Galaxy will get to Minnesota, and what problems Allianz Field will have to deal with when it comes to getting their surface and the stadium ready for the Galaxy's October 20 playoff game against Minnesota United. Could college football ruin another MLS field?We've got a packed show with stats, figures, and analysis you can't find anywhere else! Thanks for joining us!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy have one of their biggest games of the season on Sunday. And because a win would be the best possible outcome for seeding purposes, this one almost turns into a must-win!Your hosts for today's show, Josh Guesman and Sophie Nicolaou, get you ready for the big game and also get you caught up on the latest Galaxy news. First, it's a very happy birthday for a 38-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic. And that means that Josh and Sophie must look at precisely the impact he's had on the LA Galaxy and the league. Here for less than two seasons, he's set team records and is quickly becoming the most dangerous scoring threat ever to put on a Galaxy kit. And will 22-year-old Uriel Antuna be back with the Galaxy next year after signing a contract extension with Manchester City? Or could he find a comfortable loan experience in LA for the 2020 season? Does Antuna have his sights set higher than just MLS?Then Josh and Sophie will discuss the Collective Bargaining Agreement before and why the Players' Union wants to see TAM go away forever.Finally, your two hosts will discuss the different scenarios and outcomes the Galaxy could face in Houston. The club can finish as high as second place and as low as fifth place. But getting the top four places is the most important because the Galaxy want a home game to start. Make no mistake, the Houston Dynamo are waiting for the Galaxy and are trying to wreck the success the club has had in 2019. Houston is trying to do what they did to the Galaxy at the end of last year. We've got a packed show to get you ready for the match on Sunday. And we're thrilled you could join us!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy lost a bad one to Vancouver on Sunday afternoon. And now, they have to live with that loss for a week before heading to Houston to wrap up their playoff positioning and the regular season. On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman (LA Galaxy Beat Writer) and Kevin Baxter (LA Times Soccer Writer) discuss the Galaxy's loss and what it means for the team headed into the final game of the season. Was this loss a momentum killer? Who's to blame? And are the Galaxy capable of losing like this in the playoffs?Josh will tell you his theories on this Galaxy team and why they're always just one goal away from either winning by seven goals or losing in a shootout.Plus, there are more calls to get away from serving Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the regular. To make the offense work around the six-foot-five Swede. Does that make sense to our hosts? Why is it that Ibrahimovic gets painted with a negative light for scoring all the goals for the Galaxy?Josh and Kevin will ensure that you understand what would happen if the playoffs started right now and what the Galaxy need to do to move into second place in the conference. Plus, they'll give you the playoff format and the playoff dates so that you can start planning. Can the Galaxy get that home-field advantage game? Or will a loss in Houston signal the Galaxy's ultimate playoff demise?And before it's all said and done, they'll even go about dismissing a Zlatan rumor that makes no sense from anyone! Even Zlatan's agent is at a loss. We've got a packed show discussing all the essential Galaxy news and figures. And it all starts right now!Thanks for listening!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS: MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- We decided, that for show no. 700, we'd go big. So we did. On today's show, you'll get to hear from four exceptional guests that span the past and present of the LA Galaxy. And hopefully, you'll get some never-heard-before insights into some of the biggest names in club history. First up is General Manager Dennis te Kloese. Dennis makes his first appearance on the show to talk about how he's put together a competitive team for 2019 and what 2020 might look like. He's candid, easy-going, and full of information you don't want to miss. Also, he should probably have his own podcast. The man is a genius when it comes to soccer, and we're glad we could touch bases with him. Next on the show, we throw it back a bit. That's where were joined by former LA Galaxy left-back Todd Dunivant. Todd is the General Manager at the Sacramento Republic and is trying to push that team into MLS. Todd will talk about the MLS Cup-winning teams he was on and what was so different about that day. He'll also let Josh make a short joke about Landon Donovan. It's a good joke, though. And joining the show to talk about the Galaxy's last win over Real Salt Lake, and what the Galaxy are trying to do in their remaining two games, is defender Dave Romney. Dave talks about the players' mindset and conditioning following a hectic September that isn't quite over yet. And Dave has his sights set much higher than just the playoffs.Finally, Galaxy legend Mike Magee calls in from Chicago to tell us all how he almost retired before joining the Galaxy in 2009. And also why he has his very own vodka. Something about winning bonuses, Landon Donovan, Omar Gonzalez, and alcohol.But show 700 also gets you through some analysis on the Galaxy's playoff-clinching win over Real Salt Lake and gets you ready for the game against Vancouver on Sunday. And we shouldn't have to say it, but the only reason we've made it through 700 shows is that you listen, you care, and you make us strive to get better every single show. Enjoy 700. Because next year we're going to step it up for 800!Thanks - Josh + the CoG TeamMusic Provided by Back Pocket Memory
PATO AND HAMMER STICKERS COMING SOON! STAY TUNED!COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- With just three games left, the LA Galaxy are making a serious push up the standings, and nearly every game has some playoff implication.With their 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night, the Galaxy jumped into fourth place, and with another big test on Wednesday evening in Sandy, Utah, the Galaxy have a chance for more upward expansion. On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman (Galaxy beat reporter) and Kevin Baxter (LA Times Soccer Reporter), are here to give you their thoughts on exactly where this Galaxy team stands with their ticket to the playoffs just about booked.The guys will start by talking about the Galaxy's victory over Montreal and why despite the frustrating performance on the offensive side of things, the club is still gaining momentum as this season comes to a close. They'll discuss the positives from this game, talk about Zlatan Ibrahimovic's chase of league history, and why Joe Corona may have been the Galaxy's best player on the night. Or was it Cristian Pavon? Then the guys shift their focus towards some club records that could be equaled as a result of the home win over last weekend. Plus, Do you take Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the game against Real Salt Lake?We'll tell you what the big man had to say about his health exiting the Impact game. Is his twisted ankle something the Galaxy should be careful with, or is Ibrahimovic looking for some individual trophies to be part personal cabinet?The guys will also talk about the standings, the playoff positions the Galaxy could find themselves in, and what a big game against Salt Lake could mean for them. Does this game not count much for the overall result of getting into the playoffs, as Josh says? Or is this game all about seeding for the post-season?We've got over 60+ minutes of Galaxy-talk ready for your ears!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
Zlatan chases gold and the MVP, while the Galaxy chase a higher seed by Corner Of The Galaxy
LAST CHANCE!!! "WON IT 5 TIMES" T-SHIRT: SUPPORT THE SHOW WITH THE PURCHASE OF THIS SHIRT - MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy blew Sporting KC out of the water on Sunday night. They scored six goals in the second half, scored seven goals total, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic got his second hat trick in the last ten games. And with three other goalscorers in the boxscore, the Galaxy got contributions across the entire team. But not everything was perfect. There were some defensive lapses, and Sporting missed some clear chances. The Galaxy, however, should be celebrating this win, and Ibrahimovic as he set club history as he chases MLS history.On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman (Galaxy Beat Reporter) and Kevin Baxter (LA Times Soccer Reporter), are getting you into the stats, and into details of a game that saw nine goals scored. And remember, this game was at one's at halftime. They try to explain what they see with Ibrahimovic and why he's so much better than even our eyes are telling us. He's one of the most dominant players in MLS history, and he hasn't even played two complete seasons. But is he the best player in MLS history?And will any of this confidence from Ibrahimovic, Lletget, Corona, or the rest of the team carry over against a Montreal team that could be a trap game?Plus, because of the scoreline, this is going to get buried, but the referees messed up this game badly. A blatant, cheap shot trip, was missed on Ibrahimovic in the penalty box, and a horror tackle wasn't given as a red card. With referees tasked with protecting players, who does Rolf Feltscher get kicked in the head, and how is Cristian Pavon scissor tackled from behind without a red card?And Josh will definitely do his best to dismiss the most common excuse for lousy refereeing decisions. Does he have a point? Or is he off the ledge on this one?We've got over 60-minutes of Galaxy-talk to try and put one of the most eventful games in Galaxy history into perspective. The focus shifts to Montreal, and we're here to get you ready!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
Danger LA Galaxy. Danger.

Danger LA Galaxy. Danger.


"WON IT 5 TIMES" T-SHIRT: SUPPORT THE SHOW WITH THE PURCHASE OF THIS SHIRT - MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy just lost a game at Colorado. There was controversy, anger, and a whole bunch of red warning flags for a team that just can't seem to get any breaks!On today's show, your hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira are back to discuss all the ridiculous calls and why the Galaxy didn't play nearly bad enough to lose. But they also didn't play good enough to win. Or did they?The guys will start with their many takes on the game, including the starting lineup, the substitutes and why the Galaxy had the chances to make this a game worth three points. But what happened in the final ten minutes of the game is almost beyond explanation. Josh and Eric will tell you where the referee and VAR got it right, where they got it wrong, and why the result absolutely screws the Galaxy.They'll even give you the referees own words so that you can make your own determination. Rolf Feltscher got kicked in the face, y'all. Then the guys will get you updated on the latest Galaxy and CoG news before turning your attention to the "must-win" game this weekend. We've got dueling dramatic intros (as promised) and some insight into why the Galaxy need to win this home game and what they can expect from a resurgent Sporting KC. And with Zlatan Ibrahimovic standing on the precipice of Galaxy history, can his drive to become the Galaxy's single-season top goal scorer lead the Galaxy to victory?Finally, Eric will tell you what surprises he has up his sleeve for after the game and then the show just falls apart. Seriously. We're tired!Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory
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