LA Galaxy vs. LAFC Week 21 of the 2019 MLS Season…Wow a look back at El Traffico!!!! Host’s Mark Rogondino and Dan Kennedy break down what was an epic 2019 clash between two of finest teams in MLS.

Tune in as Mark Rogondino & Dan Kennedy analyze the first of the El Traffico series… Was Bob Bradley out coached? Both teams looking like MLS Cup contenders after... See More

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LA Galaxy vs. LAFC Week 21 of the 2019 MLS Season…Wow a look back at El Traffico!!!! Host’s Mark Rogondino and Dan Kennedy break down what was an epic 2019 clash between two of finest teams in MLS. LA Galaxy vs. LAFC Week 21 of the 2019 MLS Season…Wow a look back at El Traffico!!!! Host’s Mark Rogondino and Dan Kennedy break down what was an epic 2019 clash between two of finest teams in MLS.

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Tune in as Mark Rogondino & Dan Kennedy analyze the first of the El Traffico series… Was Bob Bradley out coached? Both teams looking like MLS Cup contenders after the classico class…

Tune in as Mark Rogondino & Dan Kennedy analyze the first of the El Traffico series… Was Bob Bradley out coached? Both teams looking like MLS Cup contenders after the classico class…

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Dan Kennedy & Mark Rogondino

Upon graduation from UCSB, Dan Kennedy was drafted to the MLS by Chivas USA in the 4th round. After playing in Puerto Rico and Chile, Dan debuted with Chivas in 2007. In 2013, Dan shined, finishing second in the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award. After stops with both FC Dallas and the LA Galaxy, Dan retired in 2017, playing 13 years professionally. He is a host at Spectrum Sports and leads the charge in LA Soccer, standing on the line between LAFC and the Galaxy.

Mark Rogondino grew up on soccer in Southern California, playing at San Diego State in the late 90’s and getting his first shot behind the mic covering his beloved childhood team the San Diego Sockers. Currently an Orange County resident, Mark has now been calling games for almost 2 decades. Mark has broadcast everything from Uefa Champions League, to the Concacaf Gold Cup, and of course Major League Soccer with both the LA Galaxy and now LAFC.