"I have and continue to have great faith in Frank Yallop. We’re pretty simple and direct in how we deal with each other. I understand the realities of this world that he’s been thrust into and the challenges that this season has brought. This is the Galaxy now. This is what this world is about. We need people that can function and thrive in this environment. That’s our new reality."
"I continue to assess. I’m working every day to improve what we all recognize is a team that has failed to live up to expectations. As far as I’m concerned, we’re not going to make any changes right now."
"Stopped it? I want to be very clear- I’m certainly irritated with the ultimate schedule that came out, but the schedule was not why we find ourselves in this position. But it sure didn’t help. When we formulated this schedule, you have 13 people who are all looking for the most ideal situation – even though nobody ever gets it. Having said that, it’s rare that any one team ever gets this many challenges thrown their way. Next year, because of the fact that David will be here from the start, we can look to rectify the situation and get a much more balanced schedule going."
"It depends – do I think it was a mistake? As the president and general manager of the Galaxy, would I have liked to see the schedule different than what it was? Yeah. But if I put myself in the shoes of other people – and this is a collective – this is single-entity – our ownership believes in making sure that everybody is taken care of and moving everybody together. I understand to a certain extent why decisions were made, so agreeing or disagreeing doesn’t change some of the realities of our sport."
"I think that as we go forward, there are certainly things that we’ve learned over the past couple of months. But if