LA Galaxy react to their fans’ claims: ‘They’re right’

Boos fell from all corners Karama Health and Sports Complex When the match is over Los Angeles Galaxy Saturday’s lost to Charlotte In Round 15 of MLS 2023.

That end result, with expulsion Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, makes it look as if the Galaxy has really hit rock bottom. And the most avid fans have made themselves felt.

The Angel City Brigade – one of the club’s support groups – sang “We Want Better” (“We want things to be better”) as player-manager Greg Vanney came over to have a discussion with the supporters’ group.

“To be fair, it was a friendly chat,” said Fanny after the match. “They expect more. They want more from the group… No need to go into specifics. Yeah, we need to do better today (for Saturday) and secure a result. They want the same. It wasn’t for something hot or anything like that.” . Again, we are on the same team. We’re all trying to achieve all of those things.”

This weekend was the third consecutive loss in which the Los Angeles Galaxy failed to score a goal from play, and broke the signs of optimism that appeared after the United States beat LAFC on Tuesday night 2-0. Galaxy ranks last in the league with 9 points in 14 matches.

Midfielder Marc Delgado said: “Obviously the results were not in our favor so we will continue to listen (to the fans) and I’m not here to say they are wrong, they are right.” “Every time we go out on the field we have to be ready. For anything. We have to be ready. This is our job. If you’re not fully focused, why are you doing this?”

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Delgado stated that the LA Galaxy had to work to stick to Vanney’s game plan in 90 minutes of play. We are asked to play simple, but the actions of the match on the field sometimes indicate otherwise.”

“It’s a simple game. You have to play a simple game,” Delgado added. “There will be moments of creativity and it will happen, but we have to be patient, and a lot of times we don’t. So they’re right. The fans are right. We have to do better.”

The next opportunity to improve comes Wednesday (9:30 PM | MLS Season Pass), when the Galaxy travel to America First Field to take on Real Salt Lake. Los Angeles has no wins, 5 losses, and 2 ties on the road this season.

Amber Cross

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