Kyle Martino of NBC Sports takes a deep dive into some of the most debated topics bouncing around the soccer community. The former MLS and USMNT player examines a variety of subjects each week with thorough insight and analysis. Subscribe and dive in!
Kyle Martino dives in on the lawsuit filed by 28 players from the United States Women's National Team against the U.S. Soccer Federation and analyzes how both sides will argue their case.Below are links to the articles and video referenced in this episode:Michael McCann's Sports Illustrated article: https://www.si.com/soccer/2019/03/08/uswnt-lawsuit-us-soccer-equal-pay-cba-eeoc-gender-discriminationSports Illustrated article on TV Ratings: https://www.si.com/planet-futbol/2015/07/06/usa-japan-womens-world-cup-tv-ratings-recordNike's USWNT Dentist Commercial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqdsL9QAVhc
Kyle Martino dives in on the Champions League drama focusing on Manchester United's thrilling comeback at Paris Saint-Germain and why now is the time to announce Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the full-time manager (3:00). Plus, thoughts on Real Madrid's disastrous collapse against Ajax (21:00), the rumors of Jose Mourinho returning to Los Merengues (26:00) and a Premier League title race update after Liverpool's slip at Everton this past weekend (31:20).
Kyle Martino is back with That's A Dive first telling everyone what he's been up to this past month with his family, Street Soccer USA and Street FC (1:15). Then Kyle dives in on the Kepa/Sarri situation (21:45), the title race (36:35), Manchester United (48:55) and Mesut Ozil (54:00).
A special edition podcast where Kyle Martino is joined by Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Neil Ashton assessing all 20 Premier League clubs as the 2019 January Transfer Window closes. Plus, reports and analysis from Sky Sports' coverage of deadline day.
Kyle Martino dives in on the controversial comments made by Maurizio Sarri after Chelsea lost 2-0 to Arsenal and what it means for the Blues moving forward (5:15). Plus, assessment of the current state of the Gunners after head of recruitment, Sven Mislintat, leaves (21:00) and analysis on Jose Mourinho's comments over the weekend as he put on his pundit hat (31:55).
Kyle Martino dives in on the fallout from Manchester United's 1-0 win at Tottenham and what it means for Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (5:45). Plus, a look at Chelsea's youth products - Christian Pulisic & Callum Hudson-Odoi (24:40) and a goodbye to a couple of Premier League legends - Cesc Fabregas & Petr Cech (38:30).
Kyle Martino crashes The 2 Robbies Podcast to dive in on Manchester City's 2-1 win over Liverpool with Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle to discuss what it means for the Premier League title race (1:00). Plus, the boys give their thoughts on Christian Pulisic's decision to join Chelsea next season (25:50).
Kyle Martino dives in on the current state of the title race after Manchester City lost to Crystal Palace and Leicester City this past week putting Liverpool and Tottenham both in front of the defending champs (4:20). Plus, Kyle goes over his midseason awards (17:10).
Kyle Martino dives in on Jose Mourinho and Manchester United parting ways and what happens next for the Special One and United (0:45). Plus, an amazing interview with DaMarcus Beasley starting with how he got his start in soccer, the experience he gained playing with the Chicago Fire as an 18-year-old, how he coped with the racism he faced while playing in Europe and what it's like to have Kyle as a roommate (28:00).
Kyle Martino dives in on the latest Champions League action seeing Liverpool and Tottenham both earn a spot in the Round of 16 (3:30). Plus, thoughts on Manchester City after their loss to Chelsea (19:45) and the motivational problems we are seeing with some star players from Manchester United and Chelsea (28:40).
Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe join forces for another hybrid episode of the TAD pod and 2 Robbies podcast. They take a deep dive into Manchester United sharing the points with Arsenal, Chelsea losing to Wolves, Manchester City showing their dominance with another win, the new USMNT head coach appointment and look ahead to an exciting Fan Fest in NYC.
Kyle Martino dives in on the fallout from the postponement of the 2nd leg of the Copa Libertadores Final between River Plate and Boca Juniors (4:35) before getting into a meaty Champions League recap focusing on PSG 2-1 Liverpool (18:10), Tottenham 1-0 Inter Milan (29:45) and Manchester United 1-0 Young Boys (35:25). Then Kyle dissects what options Maurizio Sarri has for a Plan B (if any) at Chelsea (55:20), gives his take on the reports Gregg Berhalter will be named the next head coach of the USMNT and what's really going on behind the scenes with the U.S. Soccer Federation (1:15:20).
Kyle Martino takes a dive into Fulham replacing Slavisa Jokanovic with Claudio Ranieri (04:00), Man City cruising past Man United in the Manchester Derby (20:30) and explores the divided opinion on the Wayne Rooney Foundation International match between England and the USA (38:00).
Kyle Martino takes a dive into Arsenal's recent draw against Liverpool and reflects on the 'Emery Project'. Then gives his assessment of Liverpool's progress under Jurgen Klopp. Finishing up discussing a late come from behind win for Manchester United at Juventus. Also, listen out for an explanation of the Medusa analogy that caused Rebecca Lowe to laugh out loud this weekend.
Kyle Martino shares his thoughts on the tragic passing of Leicester City chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha (4:20), his return to Columbus this past weekend (12:05), Manchester City's win at Tottenham (20:00) and an impressive performance from Manchester United (36:00).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on the latest developments surrounding the United States Men's National Team (5:45:), the fallout from Jose Mourinho and Manchester United after their 1-0 loss to Juventus (25:00), Arsenal's resurgence during their 10-match winning streak (53:45) and an update on the Premier League title race (1:06:10).
Kyle Martino has a quick thought on Liverpool-Manchester City (2:00) and Manchester United's comeback victory against Newcastle (5:15) before chatting with special guest, Michael Bradley, on the United States Men's National Team (12:00).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive into the continuing power struggle between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba. Looking back at the key flash points in this troubled relationship and ultimately who will come out on top in this heavy weight contest.
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on a big week for Liverpool which saw the Reds come away with victories against Tottenham and PSG (7:40), a down week for Spurs which saw them lose their third straight after falling 2-1 to Inter (20:20) and whether or not Eden Hazard truly is the best in Europe (30:10).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive into the developing young batch of USMNT players (03:50), Clint Dempsey's retirement (17:00) and compares the success and failures of aspiring top 4 contenders, Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp (26:40).
Ahead of the United States' upcoming matches against Brazil and Mexico, Kyle Martino is joined by USMNT Player, Weston McKennie. Kyle and Weston dive into what it was like for McKennie learning how to play soccer in Germany as a young boy, continuing his development as a teenager in Dallas and what led him to where he is now, playing in the German Bundesliga for FC Schalke.
This is a bonus episode of the TAD pod, in today's Match of the Day Rebecca, Robbie Earle and I took a dive into the very real prospect of Jose Mourinho losing his job. Anything but a win for Man United against Burnley could spell the end for one of the greatest managers in the world.
Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe join forces for the first ever That's A Dive/2 Robbies Crossover podcast! Kyle and Robbie get into Tottenham's 3-0 victory at Old Trafford discussing what it means for Jose Mourinho (3:00), what to make of Spurs' perfect start (17:10) and how this result might shape the race for the Top-4 (27:20).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on the state of Manchester United after their 3-2 defeat at Brighton and recent quotes from Jose Mourinho, Paul Pogba and Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola (2:15). Plus, assessment on Chelsea's 3-2 victory over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge (15:30) and debating just how many horses there are in this Premier League title race (27:20).
Kyle Martino is back with That's A Dive looking back on the opening weekend of the 2018-19 Premier League season sharing his thoughts on Liverpool (7:15), Manchester City (16:30), Tottenham (24:10), Arsenal (33:00), Manchester United (45:00), and Chelsea (1:00:15).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on the fallout from the FA Cup Final after Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Manchester United and what it means for both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte (3:50). Plus, Kyle shares his thoughts on Unai Emery to Arsenal and Manuel Pellegrini to West Ham (16:50) before giving a quick World Cup preview (26:30) and an assessment of the current state of the United States Men's National Team (29:40).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on Liverpool's recent struggles (7:00), what's at stake for West Brom, Southampton, Swansea and Huddersfield all fighting for Premier League survival (18:00) and pays tribute to Andres Iniesta who recently announced he will leave Barcelona at the end of this season (29:15).Note: Here is the link to the Steven Gerrard/David Brent comparison video: https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/955990/Rangers-news-Steven-Gerrard-trolled-Ibrox-David-Brent-The-Office-videoEnjoy!
Kyle Martino dives in on the sudden announcement by Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal at the end of the season (2:30), Liverpool's entertaining Champions League win over Roma (19:20) and the significance of Tottenham's exit from the FA Cup after their semi-final defeat to Manchester United (31:50).
After returning from his Pundits Exchange Program in England, Kyle offers his insights into calling matches at the London Stadium (9:00) and Anfield (14:4530) before crowning City the greatest team in Premier League history (24:55)!
Kyle Martino takes a deep on Saturday's thrilling Manchester Derby first examining the knee-jerk criticism Manchester City is receiving (4:00) before looking at what the performance and comeback means for Manchester United (18:00). Plus, after another poor result for Chelsea, Kyle analyzes what's gone wrong at Stamford Bridge this season (34:15).
Kyle Martino dives in on Tottenham's impressive 3-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge (4:15) and Manchester City's place in history as they inch closer to securing the Premier League title (15:00). Plus, how can we not do what everyone else did this past weekend and look back in awe as Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced his presence with authority in his MLS debut for the LA Galaxy against LAFC (25:30).
In today’s podcast, Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on the USMNT’s win against Paraguay which featured some exciting up-and-coming talent (6:44), analyzes England’s draw against Italy - VAR strikes again! (26:40). And finally, Kyle responds to the #United2026 naysayers who are against North America’s 2026 World Cup bid (39:49).If you want to read Kyle’s article for Sports Illustrated, here’s the link:https://www.si.com/soccer/2018/03/21/kyle-martino-us-soccer-president-election-reflection
In today’s episode of That’s a Dive, Kyle Martino blows through the whistle several times as he discusses Jose Mourinho’s press room antics yet again (2:50). Then, Kyle heaps praise upon Liverpool’s red-hot Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah (20:20) before ending the show with a discussion on FIFA’s decision to use VAR in this summer’s World Cup (36:40). And if you want to hear that Liverpool fan song in full, here's the link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3oaVzA9muA
Kyle Martino is back with the second season of his podcast: That's A Dive. Topics include Kyle's reflections on the U.S. Soccer presidential elections (0:45), the state of Manchester United under Jose Mourinho after their Champions League elimination (9:30), the impact of Harry Kane's ankle injury (29:00) and a look at what's changed and what hasn't in the Premier League since we last heard from Kyle on the TAD Pod (38:30).
Kyle starts off the episode by reading the best listener provided soccer themed Halloween costumes (1:00), then takes a deep dive into Spurs without Harry Kane (5:10), looks into the Everton situation (15:30) and ends the show by giving Arsenal some love (24:45)
In today’s That’s a Dive, Kyle turns TAD POD into SAD POD as he discusses a trio of sad managerial storylines. Kyle takes a deep dive into Everton’s decision to sack Ronald Koeman (2:50), Liverpool’s stuttering defense under Jurgen Klopp (15:09) and Antonio Conte’s rumored instability at Chelsea (25:20)
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive into Man United’s scoreless draw at Liverpool (05:30) – is Mourinho bad for football? Why do his team’s play so defensively? Then, Kyle crosses over to the blue side of Manchester and discusses City’s incredible form (17:15) – would a PL title be Guardiola’s greatest managerial achievement? And finally, Kyle circles back to U.S. Soccer and announces that he almost ran for President of the federation (28:20)
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on what the heck happened in Trinidad & Tobago that led to the United States Men's National Team failing to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986 (0:15). How did this happen? Who is to blame? How does the USMNT move forward? Kyle answers all that and more and is later joined by former Jamaican international player and NBC Sports colleague, Robbie Earle, to get his thoughts on the situation as well (22:30).
USMNT captain Michael Bradley dives right into how he knew he could be a professional soccer player (3:00), proving himself as a teen-and how Christian Pulisic is doing this now (6:00), making the decision to go to play in Europe (12:13), being a veteran as the USMNT tries to qualify for the World Cup (20:30), having his dad back with the national team (23:15), and the team mentality heading into the qualifier (25:10)
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on Manchester City's impressive form after their 1-0 victory at Stamford Bridge (5:15), what class Harry Kane belongs in after his terrific run in September comes to an end (16:20) and what to watch for in the final two qualifiers for the United States Men's National Team as they take on Panama and Trinidad and Tobago (28:00).
In today’s episode, Kyle gives the title of his pod some much needed attention, as he discusses the penalty that wasn’t given to Jay Rodriguez in Monday’s match at Arsenal (09:05), uses Oumar Niasse as an example of “striker redemption” (19:15) and lastly, weighs in on the current National Anthem demonstrations going on in the NFL (31:55).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on how Arsene Wenger changed his lineup/tactics at Chelsea with Mesut Ozil out injured and Alexis Sanchez on the bench (6:15), Liverpool's recent struggles since that 4-0 victory over Arsenal (21:00) and the good times continue to roll in Manchester for both United and City (34:10).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on Pep Guardiola's influence on Manchester City so far this season coming off the impressive 5-0 victory over Liverpool (11:30), Jose Mourinho's mind game tactics after Manchester United's draw at Stoke (23:30) and the sudden decision by Crystal Palace to sack Frank De Boer after only four matches in charge (33:55).
Kyle Martino takes a deep, deep dive on the USMNT’s recent World Cup Qualifiers. Kyle hits on the Federation’s decision to play the match in New Jersey (06:15), Bruce Arena’s tactical set up (22:30) and takes a step back to look at the entire qualifying picture (40:09). Kyle also touches on the Premier League’s decision to close the transfer window before the start of the season (53:05).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive with special guest Tim Howard ahead of Friday’s World Cup Qualifier. The USMNT’s #1 talks about still playing at age 38 (38:42), watching Christian Pulisic’s development (44:08), Clint Dempsey’s role coming off the bench (45:20), playing under Bruce Arena again (47:41) and the current state of affairs at his old club Everton (58:07). Kyle also covers Liverpool’s impressive display against Arsenal (06:23), Raheem Sterling’s sending off at Bournemouth (24:32) and the frustrations of the transfer window (27:35).
Kyle Martino takes a deep dive on the resolve showed by Chelsea and Antonio Conte after their victory against Tottenham, what that Spurs defeat really means for their expectations at Wembley this season and wonders if the picture at Anfield is beginning to look brighter for Liverpool.
Kyle Martino takes an emergency dive with the latest jabs being thrown back and forth between Diego Costa and Antonio Conte/Chelsea reaching a new level as Conte laughs off a question about Costa from a reporter during his latest press conference.