Andrew Gundling and JJ Devaney cover the week's soccer news from the international leagues, FIFA World Cup and MLS.
The boys share their thoughts on Liverpool's thrashing of Man Utd as the temperature of Ole's seat continues to rise. Plus, Real Madrid triumph in El Clasico, Tim Melia and SKC literally take down the Sounders and Andrew gives his "Ted Lasso" season 2 review.
The boys discuss an exciting Champions League week as Liverpool, PSG and United pull out dramatic victories while Ajax lay the hammer down on Dortmund. Plus, Tariq Panja of the NY Times gives us the latest news regarding a possible biennial World Cup.
On today's pod, we take a look at Newcastle's first match under new ownership, discuss Manchester United's shortcomings and analyze another brilliant day for Mo Salah. Plus, a tale of two goalkeepers: one dominant and the other, violent.
It wasn't perfect, but a win is a win. The boys break down the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying victory over Costa Rica: Who did well, who gives us worries and what is the 11 we would like to see? Plus, Scottish lungs at it again, trouble at Wembley and JJ's movie reviews.
It was a good night for the US Men as they defeat Jamaica and move atop the table in World Cup qualifying. The boys break down all angles of this one from Pepi's heroics to Berhalter's behind the back pass and everything in between. Plus, Newcastle's takeover, UEFA Nations League, Carly's goodbye and more!
We take a look at the top of the table in the Premier League, analyze a “leveling up” type performance from Mo Salah and discuss the latest news coming out of the NWSL. Plus, Did we mush Bayern? Did Joao Paulo score MLS' goal of the season? Does Landon Donovan's statue look like Landon Donovan? All that and more!
On today's pod, the boys discuss a dramatic win for Man United, a discouraging loss for Barcelona and a stunning upset for Sheriff Tiraspol. Plus, a breakdown of the USMNT squad and some Caught Offside confessions.
So what's the deal with Arsenal? Are they good or bad? And what's the deal with Man City? Are they the best team in the league now? And what about over-the-top apologies? Are they really necessary? We get into all of it, plus Danny Higginbotham joins as well!
Put your panic meters away (at least, for now)! The US escape Honduras with 3 crucial points and are back trending in the right direction (hopefully... maybe... we'll see). The boys are joined by Jeff Carlisle for reaction to the win and some thoughts on the Weston McKennie situation as well.
It was the game we had spent years building toward... a chance to finally erase the memories of the last World Cup qualifying cycle... and in the end, it was, well, just kinda meh. The boys convene following USA-El Salvador to break down all angles of the 0-0 draw.
On this week's pod, we go through some of the marquee moves on transfer deadline day and reminisce on some of the biggest transfer busts in recent memory. Plus, we're 3 weeks in to the EPL season which means... "Jump to Conclusions Week!"
It's an emergency podcast as Cristiano Ronaldo is once again a member of Man Utd. The boys discuss what it means for United's title challenge, how CR7's time at Juve will be remembered and what Man City must be thinking right now.
Simon Kuper has a brand new book out called "The Barcelona Complex: Lionel Messi and the Making - and Unmaking - of the World's Greatest Soccer Club. He joins us to detail Lionel Messi's exit and how things reached this point.
We've got some big Lionel Messi breaking news to sift through - is he really done at FCB? Where will he go next? And what will the ripple effect be from this? Plus, Alexi Lalas joins for a wide ranging conversation on all things US Soccer!
The boys look back on Sunday night's Gold Cup Final thriller between the US and Mexico! Who were the standout performers? Whose profiles went up a notch in this tournament? What does say this all say about where US Soccer is currently at? All that and more!
From Gyasi Zardes' heroics to Matt Turner's, the boys discuss all angles of the United States' 1-0 win over Qatar to advance to the Gold Cup Final! Plus, why Sergino Dest = Dwight Schrute and why Man Utd should = title contenders.
Just 3 years after failing to qualify for the World Cup, Italy are back on top as they defeat England in the 2020 Euro Final. The boys discuss all of the drama , all the decisions and all of the heroes from this memorable match. Plus, joy for Messi, fans running wild and Gold Cup analysis.
The boys celebrate their 4th of July holiday the way all Americans do... by getting together and talking about the European Championships. England's "good old days" are now, Denmark's run continues, Spain squeak by and Italy end a golden era.
So many things... so so many things... a couple shocking comebacks, an upset for the ages, a horror own goal, football returning home to its modest split level in the suburbs... The round of 16 at Euro 2020 was as memorable as it gets and we dive into all of it.
The boys are back in the studio recapping a thrilling few days to round out the group stage of Euro 2020. England get it done, Germany hang on and Spain power through. Plus, we examine a lopsided knockout stage bracket and pick our most interesting matchups.
On this week's pod, the boys examine France's 1-0 win over Germany, Gareth Southgate's decision making and Patrick Schick's center-circle stunner. Plus, @jwkokborg of BT Sport in Copenhagen joins to discuss the latest regarding Christian Eriksen.
The boys are back for Part 2 of their UEFA Euro 2020 Group Previews with groups D, E and F. Are England worthy of the hype? Is Spain's next generation ready to go? Have we ever seen anything like Group F??? All that and more!
NEW @COsoccerpod: The CONCACAF Nations League final had a little bit of everything - goals, controversies, fans invading the TV booth... And in the end, it also had an EPIC @USMNT win. The boys react straightaway to an amazing night in Denver.
It's a BONUS edition of Caught Offside as the boys look back on a couple really compelling days of soccer in the UEFA Champions League. Plus, so far so good for MLS in the CCL and might Tottenham need to find a new paint sponsorship partner?