Glenn Davis discusses all things soccer on his show, the self-proclaimed best in soccer talk, Soccer Matters.
Manuel Veth who covers both the Vancouver Whitecaps and the Bundesliga for Transfermarkt joins Glenn to discuss all the latest with both the Whitecaps as well as what's been going on with the top division over in Germany.
To kick off a Thursday edition of Soccer Matters, Glenn goes through the last couple days of Champions League action, highlighting some of the biggest games and results. After the opening segment, he is joined by Transfermarkt's Manuel Veth to take a look at both the Bundesliga as well as spend a bit of time discussing the latest with the Vancouver Whitecaps. To close out the first half of the program, Glenn looks back at the Premier League weekend that was.
In the second half of the program, Glenn gets things started with a fantastic 2 part interview with Dynamo Head Coach Tab Ramos in which they discuss the root of some of the issues the team faced this season, Tab's process as a coach, his hopes for the future and much more. To round out the show, Glenn is joined by former Dynamo Defender and current Color Analyst Eddie Robinson as they look ahead to the Dynamo's matchup with Austin FC.
American Soccer Now's Brian Sciaretta joins Glenn for a fantastic, in-depth look at the current USMNT player pool in which he analyzes the club performances from many of the guys playing overseas, forecasts what to expect from the national team in this series of qualifiers, and looks at the long-term future of some players and positions as well.
To kick off another edition of Soccer Matters, Glenn looks ahead to the USMNT's upcoming World Cup qualification match on Thursday, discusses what needs to change from the previous camp to insure that the team stays on track, and breaks down the fantastic Liverpool-Manchester City 2-2 draw from the weekend. After the opening segment, he switches his attention to the Houston Dynamo and talks about some of what's gone wrong for them after they suffered a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Sporting Kansas City over the weekend. To wrap the hour, he is joined by USMNT Defender Mark McKenzie to discuss his career so far, his season in the Belgian Pro League with Genk, his expectations for this USMNT camp, and more!
To start the 2nd half of the show, Glenn is joined by American Soccer Now's Brian Sciaretta for a fantastic, in-depth look at the current USMNT player pool in which he analyzes the performances from many of the guys playing overseas, forecasts what to expect from the national team in this series of qualifiers, and looks at the long term future of some players and positions as well. To finish the show, Glenn is joined by Austin FC Goalkeeper Brad Stuver to take a look at his season, the improvement of the team as the year has gone on, the bright future of the club, and more.
Noted soccer lover and owner of Danish Inspirations Jan Christiansen joins Glenn on Soccer Matters to discuss all the latest in the world of Danish soccer as well as discuss the weekend that was in the Premier League.
In for Glenn, Matt Pedersen kicks off another edition of Soccer Matters by going around the weekend that was in the Premier League and looking back at the Dynamo's big derby win over FC Dallas. As the hour continues, he is joined by The Striker's Jon Arnold to discuss what went wrong for FC Dallas in that match, where they turn after firing their head coach, and what he made of the opening round of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers. To wrap the hour, he talks with former Manchester United and Englad GK Gary Bailey to discuss all the latest with United and much more.
With Matt Pedersen subbing in for Glenn, he kicks off the 2nd Half of the program with Dynamo Head Coach Tab Ramos, discussing their strong recent form and their 3-2 derby win over FC Dallas. After the opening segment, he is joined by UH Women's Soccer HC Diego Bocanegra to discuss their excellent to the season and rise as a program. To finish the hour we catch up with legendary Manchester United author Tom Clare to discuss the impact and career of the late, great Jimmy Greaves.
Senior Writer for The Striker covering Austin FC Chris Bils joined Glenn to discuss all the struggles the new franchise has faced in their first year in the MLS, what went wrong in their latest defeat at the hands of the Dynamo and more.
Glenn begins another edition of Soccer Matters by celebrating the Dynamo finally getting a win after their 3-0 victory over Austin FC before hopping over to Europe and taking some time to discuss Ronaldo's return and the day's Champions League results. For the remainder of the first half of the show he discusses all the positives from new Dynamo owner Ted Segal's town hall and why things seem to be looking up with this new ownership group.
To kick off the 1nd half of the show, Glenn is joined by Dynamo GK Michael Nelson to discuss his journey from being a local Houston kid to 1st team goalkeeper for the Dynamo. After the opening segment, The Striker's Chris Bills joins to talk all about Austin FC's disappointing season and their latest defeat at the hands of the Houston Dynamo. And to close out the show, Austin Bold HC Ryan Thompson joins to discuss all the recent changes with the USL franchise and what else might be on the horizon.
Former Romanian International Bogdan Onut joined Glenn to take a look back at his career, discuss the state of the game in Romania, and talk about what he's doing to help grow the game here in Houston
To start the show, Glenn breaks down the USMNT's disappointing home draw with Canada and why things went awry for them. After the opening segment he is joined by Austin FC Head Coach Josh Wolff to talk all things Austin FC as well as set the scene for their weekend visit to Houston to take on the Dynamo. He then finishes the first half of the show in style as he is joined by Alex Banegas live from Honduras to get a boots-on-the-ground preview of their Saturday showdown with the USMNT.
To kick off the 2nd half of the program, Glenn discusses the potential future of the Dynamo under new owner Ted Segal. As the hour continues he is joined by former USMNT defender Marcelo Balboa to discuss the national team's recent shortcomings and look ahead at their upcoming match with Honduras. To wrap the show he is joined by former Romanian international Bogdan Onut to take a look back at his career, soccer in Romania, and discuss what he's doing to help the sport in Houston.
Glenn kicks off the show discussing Cristiano Ronaldo's return to the premier league. As the hour continues he turns his attention to the Dynamo and their decision to part ways with GM Matt Jordan. He closes the hour with a fantastic interview with new Dynamo owner Ted Segal discussing his vision for the future of the franchise and much more!
To start the 2nd half of the show, Glenn is joined by former Cosmos keeper Shep Messing for a fantastic walk down memory lane. After Shep, former USMNT great Marcelo Balboa joins the program to discuss the national team's upcoming games and to close out the show Glenn talks with Houston Dash manager James Clarkson.
Glenn Davis opens up Soccer Matters by debating if the MLS and Liga MX should create a league alliance. Victor Araiza joins Glenn and they discuss the struggles of the Houston Dynamo. Gold Medal winner and Houston Dash Forward, Nichelle Prince joins Glenn.
Canada and University of Texas midfielder Julia Grosso joined Glenn to discuss what it was like in Tokyo as she helped Canada take home the gold and what she is expecting from her upcoming season at Texas.
Newly minted gold medalist Sophie Schmidt joined Glenn to discuss her experiences winning gold out in Tokyo with the Canadian National Team and what she expects as she reintegrates back into the Dash squad.
In hour 2, Glenn interviews Danny Pereira from Austin FC. They discuss Danny's life and how he became a pro soccer player for Austin FC. They also discuss Austin FC as well as other MLS teams. Glenn also interviews Houston Dash player, Sophie Schmidt.
Glenn Davis starts the show off talking about the transfer of Lionel Messi from FC Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain FC and whether is it the biggest sports move ever. He also talks about the Houston Dynamo and has Ian Veary and Victor Valenchek join the show to talk Liverpool and FC Barcelona.
Glenn Davis wraps up the second hour talking to Jordi Sunyer talking about La Liga and what the next steps are with Lionel Messi leaving for PSG. He also talks about who will step up and become the next star/stars with Messi and Ronaldo no longer in the league.
In the second and final hour, Glenn is joined by Brian Sciaretta to talk more about men soccer players from the U.S. He then is joined by Moontown Soccer host Jeremiah Bentley and then Head Coach for the Houston Dynamos Tab Ramos.
Glenn Davis kicks off the first hour talking about the U.S men's national team. Then he is joined with Victor Araiza to discuss Mexico's performance in the Gold Cup. During the second half of the hour, Glenn is joined by Eddie Robinson and Corey Roepken to continue the Houston Dynamo discussion.