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Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the latest on the Americans Abroad front, including Sergiño Dest's continued run of outstanding form, as well as the delayed injury recoveries that have Christian Pulisic and Gio Reyna still sidelined. Episode 335 also digs into the latest in MLS, and we catch up with New York Red Bulls captain Sean Davis, and discuss the Red Bulls unbeaten run, their recent success against NYCFC, and much more.
Host Ives Galarcep previews the U.S. men's national team's Concacaf World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica, and breaks down the lineup options Gregg Berhalter will need to consider. Episode 333 also looks back at Sunday's terrible 1-0 loss to Panama, and the squad rotation that led to arguably the worst performance in a competitive match since Berhalter became USMNT head coach.
Host Ives Galarcep previews the U.S. men's national team's World Cup qualifier against Jamaica, breaking down Gregg Berhalter's lineup options, the key players to watch, and much more. Episode 331 also looks at the rest of the Concacaf Octagonal schedule, including Mexico's showdown with Jamaica. Also discussed is Julian Araujo's decision to play for Mexico after the LA Galaxy defender announced his switch to the Mexican national team program after filing a one-time Change of Association with FIFA. Lastly, we take a look back at the most recent MLS results, and take a moment to discuss Carli Lloyd's farewell from the sport.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team roster for the October World Cup qualifiers, including Weston McKennie's return, the surprise omissions, and the players who could shine in October after missing out in September. Episode 330 also takes a look at this weekend's MLS action, as we make our picks for the full slate of games, including the latest LA Galaxy-LAFC showdown. Also discussed is the U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame inductees, Steve Cherundolo and Carlos Bocanegra, and the NWSL scandal that has rocked the league and shaken up the women's soccer landscape.
Host Ives Galarcep projects the U.S. men's national team squad for the upcoming October World Cup qualifiers, going position by position on the players who he sees making the cut, and those who he believes will miss out. Columbus Crew striker Miguel Berry joins the show to discuss his recent goal-scoring run, playing for Landon Donovan and Caleb Porter, the influence of his early years growing up in Spain, and what it's like scoring in the Hell is Real Derby (more than once). Episode 329 of The SBI Show also breaks down this weekend's MLS action, as Ives gives you his best bets for the weekend.
Host Ives Galarcep looks back at the U.S. men's national team's dramatic 4-1 comeback 4-1 win against Honduras, which helped the Americans jump into a tie for second place in the Octagonal Round of Concacaf World Cup qualifying. Episode 328 looks back at the USMNT's awful first half, and the players who struggled the most before eventually taking a deeper look at the second half and the key performances of Gregg Berhalter's replacements. Ives also discusses the rash of injuries among European-based USMNT players, as well as a look at the handful of American players poised to make debuts with the teams they joined just before the close of the summer transfer window. The MLS weekend slate is also broken down, including the betting picks to make on the top matches.
Host Ives Galarcep provides a detailed preview of the U.S. men's national team's World Cup qualifier on the road against Honduras, a match that feels like a must-win after the Americans earned two draws from their first two matches. Episode 327 also takes a look back at the USMNT draw with Honduras, including the players who disappointed, and the right spots worth remembering for USMNT fans. Weston McKennie's suspension is another topic covered by Episode 327, as we discuss what is next for the Juventus midfielder.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team's 0-0 draw with El Salvador in its World Cup qualifying opener, as well as previewing Sunday's home qualifying opener vs. Canada. Episode 325 takes a closer look at Thursday's draw, including the lackluster performances of several youngsters, and the few bright spots among the bunch, including Tyler Adams and Tim Ream. Ives breaks down the match-ups to watch on Sunday, including Canada's dangerous strikers against the USMNT's likely center back tandem of John Brooks and Miles Robinson.
Host Ives Galarcep previews the U.S. men's national team's Concacaf World Cup qualifying opener vs. El Salvador, breaking down the team's lineup options and what to expect from El Salvador. Episode 325 also catches up on all the Americans Abroad transfer action, including the moves made by Matthew Hoppe, Chris Richards, Cameron Carter-VIckers and more. Ives wraps up Episode 325 talking MLS, and the weekend's big results.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team roster for September's World Cup qualifiers, including Ricardo Pepi's inclusion, as well as the absences of some Gold Cup standouts, and why some fringe veterans made the cut over more highly-rated prospects. Episode 324 also digs into the Americans Abroad scene, including the UEFA Champions League draw and how it went for the Americans in the competition. Ives wraps things up discussing MLS, including the All-Star Game, the recent coaching changes with Real Salt Lake and Vancouver, while also looking ahead to the weekend's action.
Host Ives Galarcep digs into the Weston McKennie transfer rumors, and where his future is most likely to be with his days at Juventus seemingly numbered. Episode 323 also discusses Ricardo Pepi's U.S. men's national team future, and why Gregg Berhalter needs to call him up whether Pepi is ready to commit to being cap-tied or not. The MLS-Liga MX love affair goes under the SBI Show microscope, and Ives lays out why he thinks combining the two leagues into one super league is a terrible idea.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the latest news on Christian Pulisic's positive COVID-19 test, and what it could mean for the U.S. men's national team. Episode 322 also discusses USMNT striker options in the midst of a rash of injuries, and the player who Gregg Berhalter should be calling in to be part of the upcoming national team camp. Ives also previews the weekend's MLS schedule, and gives you his picks for Rivalry Week, including the New York derby.
Host Ives Galarcep looks back at some of the top Americans Abroad performers of the past weekend, and this week, including Christian Pulisic, Brenden Aaronson, Konrad De La Fuente and more. Episode 321 also digs into the latest the transfer front, and where things stand with some Americans expected to make summer move, such as Matthew Hoppe, Chris Richards and more. Ives also discusses USWNT legend Carli Lloyd, who announced her plans to retire, and asks the question of whether Lloyd is the best female player of all time. We also look back at the top results from the weekend's MLS action, and look ahead to all 11 of Wednesday's MLS matches.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the latest on the Americans Abroad front, including Joe Scally's impressive Bundesliga debut, Christian Pulisic's Super Cup win and Chelsea playing status, and more. Episode 320 also digs into the U.S. men's national team's options in midfield and at forward, with a closer look at the players Gregg Berhalter is likely to bring to the World Cup qualifying camp. David Ochoa's decision to play for Mexico is another topic we take a deep dive on, as we ponder what Ochoa's decision means for the USMNT program, and what, if anything, can be done to prevent more Mexican-Americans from choosing to play for El Tri. The MLS weekend slate is the last topic, with a look at this weekend's top picks, and a look back at the midweek results in Leagues Cup and Concacaf Champions League.
Host Ives Galarcep takes a closer look at Josh Sargent's transfer to Norwich City, and also discusses Konrad De La Fuente's impressive Ligue 1 debut with Marseille and Joe Scally's promising debut with Borussia Moenchengladbach. Episode 319 also breaks down the goalkeeper and defender options for the U.S. men's national team's World Cup qualifying squad in September, including the players who need to sort out their club situations if they are going to be included. Lastly, MLS is covered, and the new League's Cup is discussed, with Seattle enjoying a winning start while Sporting Kansas City was beaten badly after starting a reserve squad against Club Leon. The past weekend's league results are also touched on, including Atlanta United's big win and Toronto FC's comeback against New York City FC, which raises some questions about how the team is handling Michael Bradley.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the recent transfer moves involving Americans, as well as the American players due to make moves in the near future. Another topic of discussion is the Gold Cup and the potential role that missing out on the Olympics played in helping the USMNT field a stronger team to help win the Gold Cup. A busy MLS transfer period is also discussed, including the flurry of signings and deals made this past week. Ives closes the show previewing the weekend's MLS action, while also giving you his best bets for those folks who partake in betting on MLS action.
Host Ives Galarcep takes a look back at the U.S. men's national team's Gold Cup final triumph over Mexico, breaking down the top performers and storylines. Episode 317 also discusses the U.S. women's national team's elimination from Olympic gold medal contention after losing to long-time rival Canada. Ives also touches on David Ochoa's reported decision to play for Mexico, looks back at some of the MLS results of the weekend, and more.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team's Gold Cup semifinal win against Qatar, and looks ahead to Sunday's Gold Cup final against Mexico. Episode 316 also looks at the U.S. women's national team's dramatic Olympic quarterfinal win against the Netherlands. Lastly, The SBI Show discusses some young Americans making moves in Germany, and looks ahead to some big matches in MLS this weekend.
Host Ives Galarcep takes a closer look at the U.S. men's national soccer team's Gold Cup quarterfinal win against Jamaica, and looks at the top performers and the players who struggled the most. Episode 315 also looks ahead to Thursday's semifinal against Qatar, and the starting options Gregg Berhalter has to choose from. The U.S. Women's National Team's 0-0 draw against Australia is also discussed, as we break down what was a lackluster performance from a team that will need to improve in order to avoid losing to a red-hot Netherlands side in the Olympic quarterfinals. Lastly, MLS is also discussed, and FC Dallas striker Ricardo Pepi is among the topics covered after his record-setting hat-trick.
Host Ives Galarcep previews the USMNT-Jamaica Gold Cup quarterfinal, and dissects the lineup options Gregg Berhalter will have to consider. Episode 314 also takes a closer look at the Olympics, including the USWNT's must-win showdown with New Zealand, and why Mexico is poised to make a run at a medal. Lastly, MLS is discussed, including some key midweek results, including the Seattle Sounders' youth movement, and Justin Che's progression at FC Dallas.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the USMNT Gold Cup win against Canada, and looks at the players who impressed and those who struggled. The U.S. Women's National Team's stunning Olympic-opening loss to Sweden is also discussed, and Episode 313 closes out with a look at Atlanta United's decision to fire head coach Gabriel Heinze.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team's 6-1 romp over Martinique in Concacaf Gold Cup action, and takes a closer look at the players who impressed the most. Episode 312 also previews the big USMNT-Canada group finale on Sunday, with the Americans needing a win to top the group. We project the lineup we can see Gregg Berhalter deploying, and consider the possibility of Canada resting players with an eye towards the quarterfinal. The show wraps up with a look at the latest in MLS, including Josef Martinez's exile from Atlanta United training, and a look at the top matches in MLS this weekend.
The U.S. men's national team takes on Martinique in Concacaf Gold Cup action on Thursday and Episode 311 of The SBI Show previews the match and what we should expect to see from the Americans. Host Ives Galarcep takes a closer look at potential lineup options for the USMNT, and the players who stand to impress. Also discussed is the topic of dual nationals in the USMNT player pool, and a concern in some circles about whether the team could be losing out on several Mexican-American prospects. Americans Abroad transfers is another topic covered in Episode 311, including the latest DeAndre Yedlin rumors, and reported moves looming for Sam Vines, Jonathan Gomez and more.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team's 1-0 Concacaf Gold Cup win vs. Haiti and goes into detail on which players impressed and which players struggled. Episode 310 digs into the USMNT win, as we hear from Gregg Berhalter on what he wasn't happy with, and his thoughts on Gianluca Busio's national team debut, Shaq Moore's impressive national team return, and how the team looked in the 5-3-2 formation. There is plenty of Gold Cup to discuss, including Mexico's rocky start, El Salvador's winning start, and Canada's impressive opening win. Episode 310 wraps up with some thoughts on the Copa America, Lionel Messi lifting his first senior international trophy, and Euro 2020, which saw Italy defeat England.
Host Ives Galarcep takes an in-depth look at the starting lineup options for the U.S. men's national team heading into its Gold Cup opener against Haiti. Episode 308 of The SBI Show also discusses Americans Abroad transfers, including rumored links as well as the recent moves made by Sebastian Soto and Alex Mendez to Portugal. MLS topics are also discussed, including the recent firing of Chris Armas by Toronto FC, and Charlotte FC's recent coaching hire.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. Men's National Team's Gold Cup roster, discusses dual nationals, and looks ahead to the biggest matches in MLS this weekend. Gianluca Busio, James Sands and Eryk Williamson were some of the more notable Gold Cup roster inclusions and all are discussed in detail. Julian Araujo's decision to put off his national team decision is another topic on the menu, along with Ayo Akinola and Efrain Alvarez, who will be parts of other teams at the Gold Cup.
Greuther Fürth and U.S. Men's National Team midfielder Julian Green joins The SBI Show to discuss his career renaissance, his club's promotion to German Bundesliga, and his own return to the USMNT setup. Host Ives Galarcep also discusses Konrad De La Fuente's move to Marseille, Sporting Kansas City's red-hot run and Gianluca Busio's role, as well as Ricardo Pepi's breakthrough with FC Dallas and his USMNT prospects.
Episode 305 discusses the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team's preliminary Gold Cup roster, and options Gregg Berhalter has in selecting his final 23-player roster. Host Ives Galarcep also discusses the Concacaf Nations League, Clint Dempsey's successful TV debut, and his status as the most beloved player in USMNT history. The U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2021 is also discussed, as well as the one big name that didn't make the cut.
Host Ives Galarcep interviews USMNT and Leicester City goalkeeper Chituru Odunze, discussing everything from his upbringing in England and Canada, to his aspirations with the U.S. Men's National Team, and his goalkeeping idols. Episode 304 also takes a closer look at the latest Americans Abroad exploits, including the successful runs being enjoyed by Josh Sargent and Daryl Dike. Ives also digs into the Christian Pulisic situation at Chelsea, and lays out why it isn't time to panic and write off Pulisic's Chelsea career just yet.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down an eventful week in American soccer, including the naming of the U.S. Olympic qualifying training camp squad, the successful exploits of the Americans Abroad contingent, and the controversy surrounding Blaise Matuidi's signing by Inter Miami. Episode 303 features a one-on-one interview with Huddersfield Town midfielder and USMNT prospect Duane Holmes, who discusses his recent return to Huddersfield, his early connections to the United States, and his desire to return to the USMNT fold.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. Men's National Team's preliminary Olympic qualifying roster, the ups and downs of a busy week on the Americans Abroad front, and the big news that Sacramento's MLS expansion bid lost its lead investor.
Host Ives Galarcep discusses Christian Pulisic's situation at Chelsea, the past week's performances by Americans in European competitions, the USWNT's SheBelieves Cup win against Canada. MLS is also discussed, including Kemar Lawrence's potential return and Kaku's surprising departure from the New York Red Bulls.
Host Ives Galarcep discusses the USMNT, MLS and more with ESPN analyst and USMNT alumnus Herculez Gomez, then catches up with New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell. Episode 300 also features some words from Tim Weah on his recovery and impressive season with Lille
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the MLS CBA deal with Houston Dynamo defender and MLS Players Union representative Zarek Valentin, and also takes a closer look at FC Cincinnati's sudden big spending with Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Pat Brennan.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down a busy Transfer Deadline Day for Americans, both heading to Europe and making moves within Europe. Episode 298 also touches on the latest MLS news and also looks back at the U.S. Men's National Team's 7-0 romp over Trinidad and Tobago.
Host Ives Galarcep discusses the U.S. Men's National Team's upcoming match against Trinidad & Tobago, breaks down the latest on the busy Americans Abroad transfer front, and catches up with special guest, USMNT legend and Greenville Triumph head coach John Harkes.
Host Ives Galarcep recaps a memorable weekend of Americans Abroad action, discusses the handful of looming European transfers involving Americans, and interviews USMNT goalkeeper Matt Turner ahead of what is expected to be his national team debut.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the 2021 MLS Draft, with special guests Austin FC head coach Josh Wolff and Houston Dynamo head coach Tab Ramos. Episode 295 also looks at the Americans Abroad contingent, and more.
Ives Galarcep breaks down the 2021 MLS Draft, looking at the top prospects at each position as well as the players likely to go in the top five. Episode 294 also features interviews with Clemson University head coach Mike Noonan and Wake Forest head coach Bobby Muuss, the two head coaches of the top two prospects in the draft, Clemson's Philip Mayaka and Wake Forest's Calvin Harris.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. Under-23 Olympic qualifying squad, with insight from head coach Jason Kreis. He also looks back at the key talking points from MLS Week 2, while also looking ahead to the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals.
Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the recent MLS performances in CCL, looks at Jermaine Jones' recent comments criticizing U.S. Soccer and Bruce Arena, and discusses the current form of John Brooks, Andrija Novakovich and more.