Dashing through the snow! Sepp Blatter handed a FIFA death sentence. Las Vegas FC to scour the strip for talent? Abby Wambach talks silly. Cincinnati plans to go crazy next year in USL. Will Johnson vows to make it right with Canadian fans. More Miami talk. Happy Holidays and thanks for all the support in 2015!
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Feeling festive, the guys carve out a little time from their egg nog drinking to chat with Jim from Year Zero podcast. in 60 minutes we cover...US Open Cup, MLS, Iceland, lying in bed with Alexi Lalas, Shark perfume, and the mission behind Year Zero
Justin Mapp and Sporting Kansas City, a match made for the Blue Hell faithful? Should Benny Feilhaber be the USMNT player of the year - with no caps? Miami FC kinda look like the Miami Dolphins. Will Matt Miazga be paid in pounds soon? And Drew Moor...is he heading north of the border?
The USWNT boycott their victory tour match in Hawaii. Don Garber is patiently waiting for MLS fans to get "learned" and by "learned" he means "stop criticizing the refs" or something like that. Grant Wahl admits he should do more with that journo degree of his and Ft. Lauderdale hires a Brazilian coach with an actual "A" License from UEFA.
The Portland Timbers are Major League Soccer's last playoff team standing! The guys give their initial impressions and takeaways from the 2015 MLS Cup. Cheers!
Another interview! This time from the field, this time with exceptional quantities of beer consumed. Todd had a chance to sit down with Johnny Freeston (owner) and Steve Lepper (coach) from the Boulder, CO based soccer team, Harpos FC prior to their U.S. Open Cup qualifier with Colorado Rush. The sit down covers a range of talking points including but not limited to: U.S. Open Cup, Pro/Rel, youth development, future aspirations, to kicking ass and taking names.
And then there were two! Congrats to Columbus and Portland, we knew you had it in you the whole time. We break down the playoff action but not before reassuring the people the people of Miami that they already have a soccer team. San Antonio is none interested in minor league soccer. We also talk MLS best XI.