Friday, February 29, 2008

Three Hours to Kickoff

Just a reminder to all Galaxy fans, Fox Soccer Channel will be showing today's game against FC Seoul live, starting at 11:30 p.m. (PT). The game will be rebroadcast in primetime on Saturday, starting at 8 p.m. (PT).

FSC will also air the game from Shanghai on tape delay at 8 p.m. (PT) on Wednesday, March 5.

Sunday's game in Hong Kong will be shown live at 11 p.m. (PT) on Saturday, March 8 and in primetime (8 p.m.) on Sunday, March 9.

1 comment:

charlesj27 said...

Just finished watching the LA Galaxy match vs. FC Seoul on FSC. Good, competitive match for both teams. However, FC Seoul had a LOT more options for players in terms of "subbing/switching". Carlos Ruiz, David Beckham, Abel Xavier, Ely Allen, Alvaro Pires, Steve Cronin, and Greg Vanney - all of them - played good, decisive, determined soccer. Mike Randolph looked like he was still "rusty / shaky". He needs to be playing more competitive games with our LA Galaxy. As suspected, FC Seoul's biggest advantage over us was their SPEED, and their TRICKERY by using decoys and interferences. I knew it - I knew it. Why - Why is it that our opponents can make our LA Galaxy team lose posession of our balls? Still, we have big problems with posession and keeping the balls where we need them to be under pressure. The final score was 1 - 1. Both teams wanted a win so, so bad. But, we still need KEY positional players on our team. Please STOP trying to play Chris Klein in Right-Back Defense... he's NOT quick enough to keep up with speedy forwards and midfielders. Chris's crosses and assists are wonderful - but, he does not have speed. Is it just me - or is Alan Gordon still injured - why is still SLOW? I know he had a surgery in the off-season to fix some issues. Why, o' why is "Petey" still with the LA Galaxy? Our LA Galaxy must have players that can play, live, breathe, and think professional, winning, superior soccer! Our LA Galaxy MUST, MUST practice posession & dribble control. Come on LA Galaxy coaching staff and management... do what's needed and what must be done to get the LA Galaxy back into top, winning, leading form!