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Ding Dong, Chris Klein Is Out

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The city of Los Angeles exuded a sigh of relief. “Ding-dong, the witch is dead,” the supporters scream into the Twitter void—the boycott work.
Chris Klein is out.

Many fans sacrificed their unconditional love because they demanded change in the front office. After 10 years of continuously disappointing fans, Galaxy ownership ended Chris Klein’s tenure. 

With Klein’s departure, the soul of Dignity Health Sports Park will return to the home games. The Galaxy supporters groups will return to the stands and try to help the team climb out of the bottom of the Western Conference. 

Coincidently, the day after the front office fired Klein, the Galaxy won their first away game of the season, beating Real Salt Lake 3-2. By beating Real Salt Lake, the Galaxy scored their first away goals since the March 4th match against FC Dallas. 

Cause and Effect

The pressure is off, and Greg Vanney and the rest of the team can focus on their game and play without the fans demanding change. The big, bad wolf is gone. 

After Saturday’s 1-0 loss to NC Charlotte, Angel City Brigade caught the attention of a couple of players and Vanney. During the confrontation, fans changed, “We want better!” The supporters directly challenged the team to make changes straight to their faces. The video circulated on social media, leading ESPN to publish a ranking where they placed Galaxy in last place and criticized the franchise as not a serious club. 

Shame on you, Chris Klein. This madness is his doing.

ESPN humiliated one of MLS’ most beloved teams. Embarrassing the team compelled ownership to finally listen to its fans. Now, the players need to capitalize on the success and momentum generated by their first away win.

The LA Galaxy need to play with passion and heart.

“It was a different team out there tonight,” pointed out Vanney after the game against Salt Lake. 

Real Salt Lake took a 2 to 1 lead over the Galaxy after the stunning golazo off a free kick by Pablo Ruiz in the 67th minute. Five minutes later, Memo Rodriguez fired a rocket from the box, finding the back of the net and equalizing the game. 

Two minutes later, Calegari sprinted down the right side in transition, located Boyd in the box, and managed to score the winning goal. It is worth noting that Tyler Boyd is playing with a broken hand.

The Rest of the Season

The Galaxy’s exorcism proved successful. The team managed to rid itself of the bad spirits that were overshadowing their performance.

The Galaxy is full of talent, and the dynamic duo of Puig and Brugman evokes jealousy around the league. Without the alleviation of constant pressure from the fans and the front office, these two players will have the opportunity to unleash their full potential and reach their peak performance levels. 

With the bad juju now gone, Jalen Neal can continue his magnificent development and continue to direct the backline with ease.  

Chicharito can stop letting his emotions and love for the game show every time reporters ask him about the Galaxy’s difficult situation. He can now focus on scoring goals and leading this team to the playoffs without a burden. 

Now that the witch is finally gone, it’s time the LA Galaxy demand the city put some respect on their name. It is time the LA Galaxy regain the grasp it once had before the crosstown rivals existed. 

It’s time to party like it’s 1996.

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