By: Pedro Heizer
Not even a month into their loan deal with Fort Lauderdale, the LA Galaxy recalled both defender Bryan Gaul, and midfielder Kenny Walker today, and have shipped them to the Carolina RailHawks for the remainder of the season.
Although both clubs have not made this big news, it was odd to not see neither of the “prized off-season acquisitions” on the training pitch earlier this morning.
Speculation is that either Walker or Gaul were complaining about playing time, and the Galaxy didn’t loan two players just to sit on the bench.
Walker played in just one game, and Gaul didn’t even touch the pitch.
Maybe these players felt as if they were entitled to play because they came from the MLS defending champions and were given a rude awakening upon arriving to a brand-new system with Günther Kronsteiner in which players have to prove themselves in order to play.
In either case, they are now with the Carolina RailHawks and will remain there for the remainder of the season. The RailHawks have eliminated the Galaxy from the US Open Cup two years in a row.