This episode of “Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel airs at 10 p.m. Tuesday on HBO that explores the child abuse scandal involving more than 500 alleged victims.
More bad news for the Galaxy: Another starter bites the dust.
— LA Galaxy II (@LAGalaxyII) May 10, 2017
— StubHub Center (@StubHubCenter) May 10, 2017
— NASL (@naslofficial) May 10, 2017
The Galaxy is giving away 12,500 retro T-shirts at Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. game against the Chicago Fire at StubHub Center in Carson.
I suspect they’ll be looking for a little of the Galaxy of old if the club hopes to get a crucial victory — and coach Curt Onalfo wants to keep his job.
Galaxy beat writer Damian Calhoun described Sunday’s pitiful performance by the Galaxy against the previously unimpressive Seattle Sounders as “disappointing“; in contrast, much of the other reaction out there was considerably less charitable.
You can read my take on the LA Galaxy in my 100 Percent Soccer column Thursday.
In the meantime, gnaw on this:
— Sounder At Heart (@sounderatheart) April 23, 2017
— BNG✊ (@bnglafc) April 23, 2017
Seriously, Onalfo may be a scapegoat; that whole #LAGalaxy FO needs to go.
— Christian (@galacticla) April 23, 2017
— Corner Of The Galaxy (@GalaxyPodcast) April 24, 2017
Scary thought: How many goals would the #LAGalaxy have without Alessandrini?
— Mike Gray (@MikeGraySC) April 23, 2017
Does anyone know if the Galaxy Express operate at halftime? I'm ready to fucking leave. #lagalaxy
— LA Galaxy Outsider (@LAGoutsider) April 23, 2017
(The shuttle doesn’t operate until after the 90 minutes are up; I left at half time explaining that the game really was over, but no bus was available. A kindly supervisor spared me from watching the rest of the second half though, giving me a ride to my car at Harbor Gateway Transit Center).
— Pamela Joseph (@PammyJoseph4) April 23, 2017
— Richard Farley (@richardfarley) April 23, 2017
— Kevin Baxter (@kbaxter11) April 23, 2017
— StubHub Center (@StubHubCenter) April 11, 2017
— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) April 11, 2017
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) April 11, 2017
— David Lindholm (@Lindholm) April 11, 2017