I find it funny that there are so many on a number of threads blaming a GM for the scheduling problems for the galaxy's latest losing streak. I'd personally like to say that over the last few weeks as a galaxy fan and a MLS fan, i've been quite upset over the coaching decisions by Frank Yallops and management positions of Alexi LaLas. That being said, i'd like to say that no matter who made the decision to cramp our schedule in order to help all teams profit can only land on one persons shoulders and that's commissioner Garber. We sit here and point fingers at whoevers fault this has been. infact, from the stories coming out over the last few days, Garber himself is pointing the finger (in defense mind you) towards Lalas and company and their idea to cramp this schedule. In order for the MLS to be a respected league, Garber and company really need to start taking control of all aspects of this league. I think at this point we can all agree that playing every 2-3 days consistantly since the beginning of July would be harsh on any team, let alone a team that was already having problems. Though I feel both LaLas and Yallop should be removed from the galaxy, I still hold Garber accountable for the scheduling issues. Sorry, I had to vent and I hope others will read all the stories and comments that have come out over the past 48 hours before they comment on how it's one person's fault. And keep in mind, this affects all of us. not just LAG fans but MLS fan's as a whole. the success of this year was supposed to be our coming out party in the U.S. and the world as a respected league. the issues we've had over the past few weeks has done nothing but push is further down from a major success.