Temoc needs a presser. Seriously - in Los Angeles, Blanco is at least as big a draw as Beckham, if not bigger, so there really needed to be a better way for the reporters crowding into the visitors locker room to get quotes.
Translation is difficult in that situation. In a press conference, it's more organized, and there can be a more equal distribution of questions as well, rather than only the pushy reporters (we're not all like that) getting to have a say.
Finally, Blanco has a low, soft voice that could really use a microphone. Unless one shoved around to be standing right in front of him, nothing came through on a recording. Last year, the same thing happened and it really should be less of a frustrating mess for everyone involved.
Beckham has a presser after every match in which he plays, win or lose, because there is such demand for him. I'd say Blanco requires the same - the biggest Spanish-speaking star in the league deserves no less (and the media covering him could use the help).