Four Players That Would Bring Change to LA


I just read this LA Times piece that suggests that Bruce Arena should make moves for four players currently with Real Salt Lake. All of them would be improvements to what he's working with now but with the exception of The Great Unwashed™, none of them are obvious Mr. Fix-It's. With that in mind I'll pose the following question: if you were going to try to rebuild the good ship Galaxy next year, what four players currently in the league that you had a realistic chance at would you try to acquire?


Philip said...

Given a realistic chance of getting players, here is my list:

Dax McCarty - FCD
Dasan Robinson - Chi
Ugo Ihemelu - Col
Bouna Coundoul - Col

Colorado is full of extra, decent defensive players. Dax is out of favor with the coach at FCD. Dasan doesn't play in Chicago.

clayg said...

That LA times writer is on one if he thinks RSL would even think of giving up any of those 4. LA can have Kenny Cutler.

Anonymous said...

Stephen Keel - ColoradoAdam Moffat - Columbus
Dax McCarty - Dallas
Jeff Parke - New York

Barrak said...

I think he should try and land David Beckham from AC Milan.

Anonymous said...

Tyson Wahl - KC
Jeff Larentowicz - NE
Dane Richards - NY
Patrick Ianni - HOU

Anonymous said...

Corey Ashe - Hou
Dominic Oduro - Dallas
Jimmy Conrad - KC
Jeff Laurentowicz NE

Anonymous said...

Ashe, Oduro, Conrad, and Laurentowicz. Maybe Oduro, but the others of these are completely unrealistic.

newman said...

Dax McCarty
Andy Iro
Todd Dunivant
Bobby Boswell

Anonymous said...

Galindo, Christian Gomez, Dasan, and Wahl would do well to step this team up next fast

Anonymous said...

Cristiano Ronaldo, Stephen Gerrard, Lionel Messi, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Mo said...

Lebron, Kobe, Chris Paul, Amare

Anonymous said...

The Galaxy has got nothin worth trading, they're better off tryin to buy some Yanks abroad like Demerit or Feilhaber.

adikus said...

i'll take the geiko caveman... the rest can stay with bob, steve-o, trish and the rest of the SLC punk cast