It's a busy show as MLSSoccer.com's Dylan Butler joins to talk the league at the midway point of the year, there's some new reporting on the situation at Inter Miami, and we get you ready for Soccer Over There tonight...
New York falls to both Florida clubs, but announces Gerhard Struber as the the club's next head coach. Struber has a fan in Jesse March. With Atlanta away coming up this weekend, Mark chats with Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com. Your emails as well.
New York flames out of the MLS Is Back tournament after a listless loss to lowly Cincinnati. Mark digs into the all phases of the failure in Florida; the players, the coaching, and the management. Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com drops by with his thoughts as well. Then: Angry emails!!!
New York is drawn into Group E for the MLS Is Back Tournament. What are the Red Bulls' chances of advancing? Joe and Mark break down all six groups, hear from Chris Armas, and chat with Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com
Pro Soccer USA's Glenn Crooks interviews writers and broadcasters from across the country to preview the opening round matches in the MLS Cup Playoffs. In this episode, the Eastern Conference: Atlanta United-New England Revolution with Chris Fuhrmeister and Julian Cardillo; Philadelphia Union-New York Red Bulls with Joe Tansey and Dylan Butler; Toronto FC-DC United with Kristian Jack and Emily Olsen.
New York follows up a crushing loss at Seattle with a gritty win in Portland. Can the Red Bulls defend home turf on Sunday and clinch a playoff spot? Our guest is Dylan Butler of ProSoccerUSA and MLSSoccer.com.
Episode 246: Another Thursday episode for Blue City Radio. This week Mike and J.R. talk about the big story from the two games, VAR. Dylan Butler from MLSSoccer.com and Pro Soccer USA joins the show to discuss his time as the media pool reporter covering NYCFC. The guys also look at the upcoming schedule and … Continue reading To VAR Or Not To VAR / Ep 246 / Blue City Radio →
Columbus goes over the top to punish New York as the Red Bulls set a record for most losses in a season at RBA. What will turn around the mediocre run of results? We talk transfer window with ProSoccerUSA's Dylan Butler. An amazing poem inside listener mail!
Pro Soccer USA's Glenn Crooks talks to colleague Dylan Butler ahead of the Hudson River Derby - Butler covers both New York City FC and New York Red Bulls. Also, Erin Fish, who was imbedded with the World Cup Champion USWNT for the entire tournament as a content producer for FIFA's twitter account, shares stories about the number one team in the world.
New signing Tom Barlow delivers the Red Bulls a win over Atlanta, then the second team allows Vancouver to take a point. We preview Cincinnati away. Our guest is Dylan Butler of ProSoccerUSA. Good emails as well.
On this week's On Frame, Glenn has postgame comments from goalkeeper, Sean Johnson who was named to the MLS Team of the Week for his spectacular saves to keep a clean sheet against D.C. United. Pro Soccer USA's Dylan Butler joins in after speaking to both Johnson and Jonathan Lewis who were both called in to the U.S.Men's National Team camp under Gregg Berhalter. In the final segment, Futbol MLS writer John Rojas helps preview the NYCFC-LAFC match on Sunday at Yankee Stadium with thoughts on coach Bob Bradley, MLS Player of the Week Carlos Vela and goalkeeper Tyler Miller.
Pro Soccer USA's Glenn Crooks interviews New York City FC fullback Anton Tinnerholm ahead of their regular season opener at Orlando City. Pro Soccer USA colleague Dylan Butler joins in to help preview Orlando City - NYCFC and notes the expectations this season for the New York Red Bulls.
With hours before the Red Bulls kick off in the CCL, the SR boys chat with Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com about an eventful offseason. This week's Top Ten: Defenders. Also: What's your bar for success in 2019?
New York lays off the press, and gets run off the field in Atlanta. Can the Red Bulls, without Kemar Lawrence once again, pull off the greatest of escapes on Thursday night? Dylan Butler is our guest.
Those New York City Football Podcast boys are back, this time joined by MLS and Pro Soccer USA reporter Dylan Butler to preview New York City FC's prospects in the MLS Cup Playoffs. Nick, Jordan and Dylan discuss NYCFC's big, must-win match over Philadelphia Union and the even bigger rematch to come, what led to the success, and what New York City needs to do to secure advancement to face Atlanta United. They also talk about NYCFC's chances v. ATL UTD, go over NYCFC news and take plenty of listener questions in this latest special playoff episode of the NYCFP, available via the @NYCFCNation podcast on all major platforms, including Spotify and iTunes. You can follow our special guest, NYCFC Reporter Dylan Butler on Twitter at @Dylan_Butler and read his work on MLSSoccer.com and Prosoccerusa.com. Follow us on Twitter at @NickChavezMLS and @_JordanGriffith Purchase our NYCFC Nation scarf! 100% of proceeds go towards City in the Community! Podcast available on Spotify Episode Photo Credit: Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports Episode Music Credit: n.W.o. Black & White Theme Song
Will New York take the Shield? All the Boys in Red can do is take care of Orlando on Sunday and hope for the best in Toronto. The SR Boys break down the win at Philly, then look at all the big Decision Day matches. Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com and ProSoccerUSA is our guest.
Chase Thomas is joined by CBS Sports' Sean Wagner-McGough to talk about the Aaron Rodgers comeback against the Bears, the Titans injury problems and Marcus Mariota, the Bucs surprising the Saints, the Lions being the least interesting team in the league and preview Week 2 of the NFL (4:00). Then, MLS writer Dylan Butler comes on the pod to talk about Atlanta United losing their manager, Real Salt Lake catching fire as of late, Clint Dempsey's retirement, and the Columbus Crew moving to Austin (75:00). Lastly, SI's Jon Tayler comes on the pod to talk about the Mets not calling up Peter Alonso, the Rockies leading the NL West, and the Phillies falling up apart down the stretch (150:00).
A Royer brace delivers a key point in the Shield race in Vancouver, but all eyes are on Yankee Stadium Wednesday Night for a major Hudson Derby clash. Will City's missing pieces provide an opportunity for the Red Bulls? Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com and ProSoccerUSA is our guest.
Another win for the Red Bulls builds momentum ahead of Sunday's Hudson Derby. Reports say Marsch is on his way to Leipzig, with Armas ready to step in. Our guests are Dylan Butler of MLSSoccer.com and ProSoccerUSA, and Glenn Crooks of NYCFC radio and SiriusXMFC.
A rotated lineup drops a wild one in Orlando, as the Red Bulls look forward to the CCL Semifinal matchup with Chivas. Our guests on this Super-Sized Show: Tom Marshall in Mexico, and New York beat reporter Dylan Butler.