Tuesday’s Column: Four fixes to improve the Galaxy

i-5926fc32c44419a7933f431a6736a6dc-landonmiss0000.jpgMissed opportunity: The Galaxy’s Landon Donovan reacts to missing a shot during Sunday’s Western Conference final loss to Dallas at Home Depot Center. (Daily Breeze staff photo).

Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena has some work to do in the off-season after his team’s season-ending playoff loss last weekend.

Here are four things he needs to accomplish to make the Galaxy shine next season.

Agree? Disagree? Has the time come to abandon the Beckham experiment?

Chime in with your comments below.

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  • Studs Up

    Agree mostly but the changes you’re recommending for next year have been asked for by us during THIS season. Arena missed on strengthing the team after the World Cup break and that cost us big time. But the real solution for LA is to play all their games in a half full stadium. They just choke big time in front of large crowds.

    PS – the most revealing thing in the picture you chose for your article is the way Garber is looking at Beckham from the podium after the game. Thoughts that were going thru his head!