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- 2022 COG T-SHIRTS! BUY NOW! http://www.cornerofthegalaxy.com/SHOP - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are full of surprises this week. First, they see a surprise 15 minutes played by Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez in the All-Star Game, and then Riqui Puig doesn't show up for his press conference (for a good reason). On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and Eric Vieira want to get you ready for the Galaxy's matchup with Vancouver. But to get there, they've got to cover a lot of ground. Josh and Eric want to talk about the All-Star Game and why Chicharito played longer than he should have. And they'll tell you how Julian Araujo played while commenting on the great run Chicharito made to help MLS score their first goal. But the last thing the Galaxy needed was a competitive game from Liga Mx. And they certainly didn't need their captain playing 45 mins. Next, the guys want to talk about Greg Vanney's press conference, which covered Puig's availability for this weekend and how the deal came about. Why did Riqui take less money to come to LA? And can we confirm a Max TAM contract? But Vanney also got to step on at least one rumor floating around. And it was about Gareth Bale being available to the Galaxy, who passed on him to get Costa. We can shed some light on where the rumor came from and what Vanney says about it. Plus, Rayan Raveloson may be a success story the Galaxy can re-tell to other players. We'll explain. Finally, the guys want to prepare you for a tough matchup against the Vancouver Whitecaps. Can the club get a much-needed three points? And what happens if they can't beat Vancouver at Dignity Health Sports Park? We've got a great show on tap for you. And if you're watching it on YouTube, enjoy Josh losing his mind with the graphics. It's almost worth the price of admission (which is free!).
This week Kevin joins us from over the pond where he is performing his one-man show, "Fear of Heights", all month at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, while Chris somehow escapes LMU's pre-season workouts for a moment or two to discuss how difficult it is to watch soccer in Europe, Gareth Bale's sterling performance this last week for LAFC, insights gained from the Premier League's first week, and Jesse Marsch's Leeds team becoming a favorite for US soccer fans. That, and more, on this week's episode of Over The Ball.
LAFC takes the show on the road as the Black and Gold take on Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto. Filly and Scarf cover everything that went down in Salt Lake and so much more here on Episode 207!As LAFC heads to the All-Star break, there was one more foe to vanquish before a little break, the cobalt-and-claret clad club from Salt Lake. On paper, it was a bit of a mismatch: No Damir Kreilach, no Bobby Wood, and no recently-acquired Danny Musovski, all out with injury. Recent acquisitions Bryan Oviedo and Braian Ojeda have not yet joined the squad, and the club just jettisoned David Ochoa to the nation's capital. Meanwhile, Gareth Bale, Brian Rodriguez, Latif Blessing, Mamadou Fall, Ryan Hollingshead, and the two Sebastians, Mendez and Ibeagha, we all NOT starting for an uber-talented LAFC squad that is still waiting on the arrival of their newest shiny toy, designated player Denis Bouanga. Would the matchup play out as lopsided as it looked on paper? Yes.LAFC wasted no time getting on the scoresheet as Chicho Arango puts away a Vela free kick with a stunning back-heel goal. RSL equalized just three minutes later off a goal from Cordova, but LAFC got right back out in front when Kellyn Acosta connected on a banger from outside the box. The effort by Mahala to keep that play alive allowed LAFC to enter the half on top.RSL started out the second half on the front foot, pushing LAFC's backline and controlling much of the possession. Not much got through, but RSL definitely pushed the pace out of the locker room. After a near miss in the 50', when Ilie had to clear one off the back line, LAFC grabbed control of the game because of another great play by Mahala. After beating his man 1v1, a perfect pass across the mouth of the goal found an open Chicho for a 3-1 lead, giving Arango 11 on the season. Just when you thought you had seen everything, Italian superstar Giorgio Chiellini tried his hand(s) at volleyball in the 69th minute, earning himself a yellow card and a chat with the AVP. Just when you thought it was safe to grab a snack or a drink, Gareth Bale provides another moment of brilliance, running around 2 defenders on his way into the box and drilling one past Zac MacMath for the fourth goal of the match. The team really was the star; it was the team in Black and Gold. LAFC remain on their pace to break more records and win their first cup. Also on this episode, Scarf has a crazy idea: replace the three LAFC All-Stars with three different LAFC players! Filly has a little trouble with Franco Escobar's first name while the boys both chat about the other leagues beginning their seasons. It's a fun one here on 207!
The golf world is on fire as of late and carrying the torch while the so called 'big boys' are having a few weeks off preparing for the FED EX is Tony Finau coming off back to back wins and taking himself up to 7th in the season long race for a whopping $18 million, Now EX Ryder cup captain Henrick Stenson proves his move to play the LIV tour was all worth is bagging himsel a cool $4 million for his 3 days work, we go over our usual segments the birdie bogey bust and bring you all the latest golf news as well as a look ahead at the HISTORIC AIG womans Open championship at Muirfield, also we look at the last chance play off places available in the Wydham and as the UK swing comes to an end we head to Celtic Manor for the Cazoo Classic hosted by Gareth Bale.Enjoy Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bogey-boys-golf-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former USMNT Defender Steve Cherundolo joins the guys to talk all things LAFC including the arrival of Gareth Bale & Giorgio Chiellini! PLUS expectations for the USMNT at the 2022 World Cup. In Soccer We Trust is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the In Soccer We Trust team on Twitter: @ISWTPod, @JimmyConrad, @heathpearce, @CharlieDavies9, @PartidoPooper Watch In Soccer We Trust on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh4tni-ICN9z0eMIPcf2r2g Subscribe to the In Soccer We Trust podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/InSoccerWeTrust For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Deportres 4 de Agosto 2022 - Los deportres viven en www.deportres.com En el Deportres de hoy: Los Padres iniciaron ganando su nueva era, pero también ganaron los dodgers y Julio Urias, victoria para los Toros de Tijuana, comentaremos sobre los partidos promocionales de la leagues cup con derrita Chiva ante el Galaxy del Chicharito y triunfo del América ante el L.A.F.C. de Carlos Vela y Gareth Bale, hoy comienza la pretemporada oficial de la NFL, temas NBA, y una interesante entrevista con el director del instituto municipal del deporte de Tijuana Cecilio Humberto Hernández González, tu participación y ¡mucho mas! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deportres/support
This week on 'In Touch' with Steve Cherundolo. Vince asks Steve about Gareth Bale's debut goal for LAFC in a 2-0 win at Sporting KC. Despite being top of the table, the LAFC head coach thinks his team still has yet to realize its full potential. Steve tells Vince what aspects LAFC can add to its game to achieve a 90-minute performance. After that, it's on to this week's challenge. We're changing it up a bit. In honor of Gareth Bale's first MLS goal, Steve AND Vince are participating in a Welsh Words Challenge. Can Steve and Vince properly pronounce and guess what the Welsh words mean?
Monday means weekend winners, and David Gass and Susannah Collins go through all the biggest weekend takeaways. Wayne Rooney makes his coaching debut with D.C., the kids are alright and so is DOOP in Philadelphia, and Gareth Bale gets his home debut. All this and so much more!
Vince La Rosa and Defenders of the Banc are back on another Monday breaking down a fourth straight win for LAFC in MLS. The guys talk Carlos Vela's game-winner, Mahala Opoku's continued rise as well as Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini making their home debuts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
LAFC rolls back into Banc of California Stadium for the first time in three weeks, and waiting for them at the gates are the reigning CONCACAF champs, the Seattle Sounders. It's Episode 205, where Filly and Scarf break down all the fun that was LAFC's 4th straight win. With kickoff set for 8:15, the stars were aligned for some serious “MLS After Dark” action. The game's ominous start definitely qualified, as just 15 minutes in, Cristian Roldan plays through three LAFC defenders before crossing a ball into the box and off the foot of Jesus David Murillo for just our second own goal of the season. Down 1-0, and narrowly escaping going down two, LAFC would answer. A lightning strike by Mahala knotted the match at one in the 35th minute. Just 8 minutes later, Jose Cifuentes would deliver a perfect ball to Carlos Vela, and in Ciman-like fashion, the ball trickled through Stefan Frei's legs to put the good guys up, 2-1. In the second half, Gareth Bale came on after about an hour, and that was just about all the excitement to write home about. LAFC takes down Seattle and solidifies their spot atop the Supporters Shield race. Also on this episode, Filly quotes Noah Webster while Scarf dreams of a Chiellini hug at center pitch. With two games in the next 7 days, including an exhibition against Club America at Sofi, it's going to be another fun week for the Black and Gold, and for the Defenders! See you for 206!
Jozy Altidore is on the move for the second time in 2022 as he goes on loan from the New England Revolution to Puebla of Liga MX. Jordan Angeli joins host David Gass to discuss what this move means for Jozy. PLUS a cavalcade of other guests join the show to preview all the action in MLS this weekend.
Side x Side is back and excited to recap a much-needed 2-1 victory over Colorado Rapids. Hosts Steve Zakuani and Brad Evans look back on the match, and address a couple of on-the-pitch controversies. Then, a quick look ahead as the Sounders visit LAFC and new signing Gareth Bale on Friday before special guest and former Sounders FC TV regular Jackie Montgomery joins the pod. Jackie looks back on her beginnings with MLS and the Sounders, and gives an update on her most recent professional pursuits, including finishing up a degree in nonprofit management and partnering with come pretty major Seattle-based athletes to do good in the community.
One of the greatest players to ever grace the game is finding it hard to find a club. Yes, you guessed it - we are talking about none other than Cristiano Ronaldo.In this episode, our hosts speak about the never ending Cristiano saga and address the rumors doing rounds about him.They also discuss the season about to start and make predictions about who will make the top 4 for the EPL season 2022-2023Tune into this episode for all this and much more.Follow your Hosts on Instagram & Twitter:https://twitter.com/gsarvagna / https://instagram.com/gsarvagnahttps://twitter.com/mrsavs / https://instagram.com/yashpradipsawanthttps://twitter.com/barucracy / https://instagram.com/barucracyYou can also email us are: firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
Gareth Bale opens his LAFC scoring account as the black & gold take down SKC on a hot midsummer night. The rumor mill is heating up as the transfer window nears its close and we are joined by a die hard LAFC fan from across the pond! Joe Reece, professional drum instructor, tells us how he fell in love with a team 5K miles away. Jackson Felts returns to S2S as our OpCor previewing the Seattle sounders.
James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan and Brendan Dunlop react to the Vancouver Whitecaps' stunning penalty shootout win over Toronto FC, to lift their second Canadian Championship in club history. Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi did not deliver a Voyageurs Cup victory in just their second game as TFC players, and Craig and Jimmy delve deeper into what that adjustment period must be like for both them and their teammates. England's domination of Sweden in the 2022 Women's Euros semi-final, and Germany's win over France to set up an England v Germany Final at Wembley leads to a larger discussion about the rise in quality of the women's game. The turf pitch at BC Place may have been an issue for TFC's new European stars, and Jimmy admits that training and playing on turf at BMO Field probably shaved a few years off his playing career. Craig reveals how close he was to coming out of retirement to play for TFC in 2007. Sharms can't believe the fines that used to exist at Aston Villa before the arrival of Steven Gerrard. Dunny comes up with another clever athletic challenge idea that the crew is unlikely to ever execute. And with producer Dan Wong away on vacation, JC Jeff Cole steps in to read "the mail sack" which of course wouldn't be complete without a spot on impersonation of Wonger. Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
Luis Suarez needs a new club to prepare for the World Cup, is LAFC the right move? Christian doesn't think so! Luis Suarez has left Ateltico Madrid and is rumored to be going back to Nacional in Uruguay, his boyhood club. Rumor is he'd be willing to join LAFC but not until after the World Cup. Remember, thats next season for MLS and LAFC. If he joins LAFC, that makes LAFC the favorites to win the league this year, no? Would Gareth Bale stay to play with Luis Suarez? How would he fit in with Gareth Bale, Carlos Vela, and Chiellini who are already there? This could be one memorable LAFC season. Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive videos and podcasts! https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans
Luis Suarez needs a new club to prepare for the World Cup, is LAFC the right move? Christian don't think so! Luis Suarez has left Ateltico Madrid and is rumored to be going back to Nacional in Uruguay, his boyhood club. Rumor is he'd be willing to join LAFC but not until after the World Cup. Remember, that's next season for MLS and LAFC. If he joins LAFC, that makes LAFC the favorites to win the league this year, no? Would Gareth Bale stay to play with Luis Suarez? How would he fit in with Gareth Bale, Carlos Vela, and Chiellini who are already there? This could be one memorable LAFC season. Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive videos and podcasts! https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For the second week in a row, Max and Vince are talking about an LAFC road win. Goals from Chicho Arango and Gareth Bales, as well as a clean sheet from Maxime Crepeau, got the job done 2-0 in Kansas City. Max and Vince take you through all the talking points from the match in their 3 Takeaways. Then the man between the pipes joins the guys to talk about that win against SKC. The guys also ask about saving shots from the likes of Chicho Arango, Gareth Bale, and Carlos Vela in training. Also, what it's been like commanding a backline with the addition of Giorgio Chiellini. All that and more on a new episode of Inside LAFC: The Max + Vince Podcast. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend!
Coming off an amazing weekend of soccer, Alexi Lalas and David Mosse break down all the action for you from an American perspective. On the MLS front, Gareth Bale scored for LAFC, Minnesota continued their fine run of play, and Toronto finally came together. Will the addition of the Italians push Toronto to the playoffs? (9:59)Alexi and Mosse also sift through the transfer rumors. Will Ronaldo join a former rival? (31:22) How is Barcelona coming up with all this cash? (39:22) We also recap the Women's Euros before our Ask Alexi segment. Does MLS really need these friendlies against bigger squads from overseas? (47:26) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey, soccer fans! Did you see the Designated Players this weekend!? We saw 8 different DPs score for their MLS clubs - and that doesn't count Gareth Bale, Michael Bradley, and Jordan Morris. We're going to recap all those goals, highlights, and headlines from around the league. In the second half of the show, Nick breaks down the Chicago Fire. We profile the current season and look ahead. Are the playoffs in the future? We'll talk about it all, so STAY TUNED for a full recap of the last week in MLS. Thanks for listening, and make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE and RATE and REVIEW! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mike-guglielmi0/support
With the 2022 Canadian Championship Final pitting Toronto FC against the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place, James Sharman and Brendan Dunlop take Jimmy Brennan down memory lane chatting it up with his 2009 Voyageurs Cup winning teammate Carl Robinson. They relive the Miracle in Montreal, the 2009 Can Champ Final where TFC overcame a 4 goal deficit to stun the Montreal Impact 6-1 and lift the first trophy in TFC history. Tales of playing with Danny Dichio, Dwayne De Rosario and Amado Guevara are told. Robinson talks about his transition in to coaching, his five years as Vancouver Whitecaps manager and working with a 15 year-old Alphonso Davies, being locked down in Australia and away from his family for 18 months during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the similarities between the positions Australian and Canadian players find themselves in. As a proud Welshman, Robbo's excitement over Wales qualifying for the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1958 is clear, as his admiration for countryman Gareth Bale who looks reinvigorated in his new role at LAFC. Presenters: James Sharman, Jimmy Brennan & Brendan Dunlop Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
We start by catching you up on LAFC's last couple matches featuring their newest international players, Giorgio Chiellini and Gareth Bale. At 9:45 we come in hot with this episode's edition of the "Day in Gay". And then we bring on two amazing guests. First, at 26:45 it's Chris Bosquez, who is a leader with the Pride of the Sound, an LGBT supporters group for the Seattle Sounders (who LAFC play on 7/29/22). And then at 45:10 we bring on a guest from LAFC Pride Republic, Jay Lynn Gomez, to share her experience as a lifelong soccer player and fan, and as an LAFC supporter since the beginning, including through her transition. It's an awesome episode and we hope you enjoy it.
Man do we have a show lined up today! GARETH BALE gets his first goal in the BLACK & GOLD, LAFC put on a show at SKC and we have LAFC'S Danny Musovski stop by and chat also LA Times writer Dylan Hernandez! come join the conversation
Andrew Wiebe is on vacation so David Gass, Calen Carr, and Michael Lahoud are here to guide you through Week 22! Toronto's new look, Bale's first goal, that crazy Austin - Red Bulls game, we touch on it all! 3:12 - Best things we saw in Week 22 7:24 - New-look Toronto steals the show 13:20 - Can TFC make the playoffs? 20:00 - Young Red Bulls win a wild game over Austin 29:40 - Gareth Bale scores, plays really well 34:51 - Should the Galaxy play Chicharito, Joveljic together? 45:35 - Dallas beats RSL in game with huge playoff implications 49:18 - Taty gone, who needs to step up for NYCFC? 51:49 - Quick hit results 1:04:49 - Canadian Championship Preview 1:13:25 - U.S. Open Cup Preview
Another busy week of MLS to look back on including a first LAFC goal for Gareth Bale, we also hear some of Ray Hudson's recent great commentary quotes and there's another entry into the Eloy Room 101! Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a rating... also you can watch every single episode on our YouTube channel, search 'MLS UK Show'! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The first of many Gareth Bale goals in MLS has arrived. Max Bretos, Christian 'Filly' Filimon and Vince La Rosa break down the Welshman's first goal for LAFC in a 2-0 at Sporting Kansas City. The crew then dives into Chicho Arango's 7th goal in 8 games for the Black & Gold, and discuss his future as the club's No. 9. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gareth Bale scores his first goal for LAFC, Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi make their Toronto debuts, and a (possible) final curtain call for Taty Castellanos? Susannah Collins and Calen Carr break it all down.
On Episode 204, we find the Black and Gold in Kansas City, at potential World Cup venue Children's Mercy Park, set to take on Sporting KC. It's a battle of worst versus first, as the only thing hot in Sporting's world is the climate, and this one would play out exactly according to plan. It was another slow start for LAFC, dodging an early bullet from Erik Thommy in the 15th minute. Sporting had a bit of a moment themselves, needing Logan Ndenbe to save one off the line to keep us scoreless into the half. Would LAFC respond with their typical hot second half performance? Yes. LAFC started out hot, manufacturing several opportunities just 5 minutes in. The momentum, however, seemed to really shift in the 50th minute, as Tim Melia, SKC's stalwart keeper since 2015, grabbed the back of his hamstring as he raced back to cover goal. He knew it wasn't great almost immediately, and on came seldom-used backup John Pulskamp. It took LAFC just minutes to strike, as Carlos Vela found Mahala who found Chicho for a beautiful ticky-taki goal. Chicho scores for LAFC yet again, and there aren't many hotter players in all of MLS than LAFC's number 9. LAFC would score a second goal in the 83rd minute, and it's fair to say this one was felt around the world. Chicho found a streaking Gareth Bale, who had checked in about 18 minutes earlier, and, in yet another #PinchMeMoment, the Welsh superstar opened his LAFC account by slipping one past the backup Pulskamp. Despite 10 minutes of stoppage time and near-100 degree weather, LAFC sees this one out 2-0 to remain “Best in the West and Best in MLS.”Also on this episode, shenanigans. Imagine that. Filly unknowingly challenges Eric “Badlands” Booker to a chugging contest with his New York accent in full effect. Filly learns what hamentashen are. Filly also rants not once, but twice, thanks to technical difficulties during today's match. Scarf was also part of the podcast.In honor of our 15th goal scorer, Gareth Bale, the Defenders have a neat idea: Please go to the link in our Instagram bio, and if you can, donate $15 to the fundraising effort for the Mauricio Fascio Fustal Field in Southeast LA. We can't think of a better reason to donate, or a better cause to contribute to. We'll see you next weekend for Episode 205.
Análisis Con Alexis Ortiz. Eps #23 Ya quedaron definidos todos los equipos que jugarán el Mundial de Qatar 2022. Y entre esos encontramos a Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Argentina, México, España, Costa Rica, Canadá, Brasil y Uruguay quienes serán las selecciones del mundo americano e hispanohablante en la Copa del Mundo. En el Grupo A, Ecuador tiene sobre el papel una fase inicial accesible. Países Bajos, que es el país de más peso futbolístico, es el rival más serio, y llega con la tarea de reivindicarse después de no clasificar al Mundial de 2018. Estados Unidos, en el Grupo B, se mide ante una Inglaterra (quinto en el ranking de la FIFA) con un plantel muy destacado y un Gales revitalizado tras el repechaje y motivado por Gareth Bale. Argentina, favorito y con un invicto memorable (y tercero en el ranking mundial), se enfrentará al México (12) del Tata Martino y a Arabia Saudita y Polonia en el Grupo C. El campeón del mundo, Francia, que llega con mala racha al perder ante Croacia y Dinamarca en la UEFA Nations League, tendrá al frente un grupo que parece sencillo: Australia, Dinamarca y Túnez. España y Costa Rica se enfrentarán en el Grupo E frente a Alemania, que siempre es favorito, y Japón, uno de los asiáticos más fuertes. Canadá competirá ante dos selecciones que han dominado el fútbol mundial en los últimos años: Bélgica (que fue primero en la clasificación de la FIFA de 2018 a 2022 y ahora es segundo) y Croacia, subcampeón de 2018. Este puede ser otro de los grupos más competititvos. Canadá vuelve a un Mundial tras su única clasificación en México 1986. En el Grupo G, Brasil (primero en el ranking de la FIFA) tiene un panorama sin rivales históricos pero siempre desafiante: sus rivales son Serbia, Suiza y Camerún. Uruguay (13 en el ranking), en el Grupo H se mide ante Portugal (noveno en la clasificación mundial), comandado por un Cristiano Ronaldo que quiere cerrar su carrera por lo alto, además de Ghana y Corea del Sur. @alexisortizbravo @nmmiamiradio #qatar #mundial #copadelmundo Recording, Mix & Mastering Engineer: Jesús Carreño. Voice Over: Jessika C.Podcast recorded at: Nmmiami Studio. nmmiami.com @nmmiamiradio Para más información: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org Doral, FL 33166
What a time to be a Major League Soccer fan! Brendan Dunlop, Craig Forrest and Jimmy Brennan had a lot to recap as James Sharman returned from vacation at just the right moment to witness Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Bernardeschi's Toronto FC debut - although Sharman's jealousy over Jimmy & Dunny's Beer Fest stories is clearer than a calorie conscious light beer. The crew marvelled over the immediate impact the Italian duo made on a TFC team that sits 5 points out of a playoff spot with 12 MLS games to play this season. If Saturday's 4-0 win over Charlotte FC was just the appetizer, it's going to be one special meal! Gareth Bale's first goal for LAFC and Xherdan Shaqiri's dagger against the Vancouver Whitecaps put the bow on a wild MLS Saturday night. Forrest and Jimmy relive the most haunting moments from their playing careers, much to the amusement of producer Dan Wong. Sharms is not a fan of pre-season tours trying to replicate meaningful games and gets into a hilariously heated exchange with Dunny about El Clásico in Las Vegas. Erling Haaland's Manchester City debut at Lambeau Field in Green Bay is discussed, as is Arsenal's hot start to the pre-season and Thomas Tuchel's frustration with Chelsea's summer transfer window. The crew also make another athletic challenge, putting Jimmy and Craig on the spot to pick the best squad amongst the six of them to win a 3v3 mini game, at a yet to be determined soccer field not near you. Presenters: James Sharman, Craig Forrest, Jimmy Brennan, Brendan Dunlop and Dan Wong Voice Over Talent: Jeff Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes explicit language.
It wasn't a dream. Giorgio Chiellini and Gareth Bale made their LAFC debuts in a 2-1 win away to Nashville. On this week's 'In Touch' with Steve Cherundolo, Vince is asking Steve about moments in his life that were surrounded with anticipation and if they lived up to the hype.
Omar and Cesar flex their verbal and mental muscles in the first episode of Gol Sided! Discussing the big name transfers coming to North America such as the likes of Gareth Bale, Lorenzo Insigne, and Jonathan Rodriguez. Should national team players be coming back to MLS and Liga MX ahead of the World Cup? and drama in Guadalajara with Chofis blocking the transfer of Santiago Ormeño to Chivas, but is Santiago "Mexican" enough for Chivas? Tune in!
Back in 2019, Dharms sat down with legendary manager Harry Redknapp for a reveal all chat on his career. In this bitesize version of the interview, he discusses nearly signing Andriy Shevchenko for West Ham, predicting the rise of Frank Lampard and the battle he faced to sign Paolo Di Canio. Redknapp also dismisses rumours he was set to send Gareth Bale out on loan while at Tottenham, before detailing a heart breaking story about Wilson Palacios. He then talks about Tottenham missing out to Chelsea for Eden Hazard.
Coming off a disappointing loss to RSL, we take a look at the three game road stretch and see where it leaves Sporting KC with just 12 games left in the season. Is there any hope? Can we beat LAFC this weekend? Will Gareth Bale melt in the heat? All this and more in this week's episode! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03.
Someone check on Vince, he must still be buzzing after this episode. This week, Max and Vince get a chance to talk with Giorgio Chiellini. The Italian defender made his LAFC debut in a 2-1 win over Nashville on Sunday. Max and Vince get an inside perspective on Giorgio's role with the team, what he loves about playing for Steve Cherundolo, how much he enjoyed the derby, and more. It's almost 20 minutes of amazing conversation with a defender that has seen and done it all. Before welcoming Giorgio to the show, Max and Vince go over their 3 Takeaways from the win. Was it all smooth sailing? The guys have thoughts. And what to make of Giorgio's and Gareth Bale's debut in the grand scheme of things for LAFC and MLS. All that and more on a new episode of Inside LAFC: The Max + Vince Podcast... don't forget to subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend!
On the latest episode of A Football Podcast Devang, David and Sean discuss CF Montreal dismantling Toronto FC, the Vancouver Whitecaps new edition to the squad and discuss Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini's debut in Nashville. Plus David gets to gloat about the USWNTs win over Canada and we preview the Canadian Championship Final. Lastly, the guys rate the top 10 TFC DPs as they open up the mailbag for another edition of #AskAFP.Have you joined Patreon? Get ad-free episodes, access to discord and our all-new weekly Euro Round Up: https://www.patreon.com/afootballpodcastFollow @AFootballPod on Twitter! While you're there say hello to @DesaiDevang and @EmpireGass. If you enjoyed today's show, please rate A Football Podcast 5-Stars on Apple Podcasts. See you again next week for an all new AFP.
Anderw Wiebe and Charlie Davies are back to close out Heineken Rivalry Week! Gareth Bale stepped on the field in MLS, Cucho made sure Hell is Real for Cincinnati and Taty got a dream (potentially) last game with NYCFC.
Gareth Bale makes his MLS debut, Cucho Hernandez can't stop scoring goals, and so much more from Week 21. David Gass and Susannah Collins go through their winners and all the breaking news.
Come one, come all, to Episode 203 of "The Most LAFC Podcast on Earth," Defenders of the Banc! On most nights, our first match in Nashville, and certainly our first meeting against Walker Zimmerman since we traded him to Nashville in 2020, would take center stage. But this was not most nights, LAFC faithful. Ever since the signings of Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini, LAFC supporters wondered when and where they would their debut, and all signs pointed to Nashville. Sure enough, announced in the 18 was the Welsh superstar, Bale, and starting next to Jesus David Murillo on the back line was Chiellini. Tonight would be another in what has been a long line of “pinch me moments” this season for the Black and Gold. LAFC struck first, off the foot of, who else, Chicho Arango. The play began with a long pass from Chiellini to Vela, who back-heeled it to Hollingshead. Ryan's pass crosses the goal box to Chicho, who slots it home from a tough angle to give LAFC the 1-0 lead. All was fine until a silly foul by Ilie in the box on C.J. Sapong. After VAR confirmed the foul, the dangerous Hany Mukhtar stepped up to the spot and buried it, knotting the match at 1 heading into halftime. The second stanza has belonged to LAFC all season, and this match would be no different. Just a minute into the half, Carlos Vela drops an absolute DIME to Hollingshead, whose extraordinary effort literally puts the ball on frame. It caroms off the post to Cifu, and Jose hammers it home for his 6th of the year to give LAFC the lead for good, 2-1. Among the other highlights of the second half: Chiellini comes off at the hour mark for Eddie Segura, Ismael Tajouri-Shradi makes his return to the pitch for Mahala in the 84th, and OMG Gareth Bale makes his LAFC debut! In the 72nd minute, Chicho gives way to Bale, and all of GEODIS Park, not just the LAFC supporters, rose in applause and admiration. Gareth Bale is officially Black and Gold!The boys are definitely up to their usual knuckleheadedness on 203: We do a deep dive on the Butt family and H-E-B (not in Family Guy), explore Adrian Fein's time at Hamburger (also not in Family Guy), chat about Peterhead in Scotland (still not in Family Guy), and recount the inspiration for “Filly and the Scarf” (which IS in Family Guy!). Wow. We highlight the All Stars and TOTW-ers, the Las Vegas Lights, Angel City, and even Red Card Roger! We loved making 203, and we hope you'll join us soon for Episode 204!
Sam and Paul open up this week's show with Wayne Rooney being hired as DC United head coach. Plus, they dive into the war of words between Tanner and Thorrington on the signing of Gareth Bale. And, what has happened to the LA Galaxy?? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a 3-2 win over the Galaxy, Vince has lots of football questions for Steve this week. The guys talk about that win and what it means to the team and supporters. Steve is also asked about the three All-Star selections on the team and the arrival of Gareth Bale. Then it's time for the theme this week. It's been 18 episodes and we've had numerous chances to know Steve really well, but what about his coaching staff? This week, Vince is asking Steve about his assistant coaches with a slew of superlative questions. Some are straightforward. And some get a bit... interesting. Check it out on this brand new episode of 'In Touch with Steve Cherundolo.'
Commemorating his second All-Star selection with a second appearance on the Max + Vince Podcast, Ilie Sanchez is on the pod this week. Before having Ilie on, Max and Vince go over the 3-2 win over the Galaxy with their 3 Takeaways from the match. The guys also take us through all the news surrounding LAFC, including the All-Star selections of Ilie Sanchez, Chiqui Palacios, and Carlos Vela. After that, Ilie joins the guys for a good chat. Max and Vince ask about the pressure and atmosphere of the Galaxy match. Why was the team relieved but not entirely happy after that game? Ilie explains. The guys also ask Ilie about his All-Star selection and the influence of Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini on the team so far. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review, and share the podcast!
Jimbo welcomes Adam Hurrey, Adrian Clarke and Daniel Storey to a scorching summer Totally Football Show. Daniel talks us through a tentative start to Euro 2022 for the Lionesses, plus there's a look ahead to a finely poised group game against Norway. The Athletic's Paul Tenorio tells us about Wayne Rooney's impending move to manage DC United plus what the expectations are for Gareth Bale at LAFC. We talk about Jack Wilshere's retirement from playing at just 30 and what a life in coaching holds for him. And we look back at Adrian's favourite World Cup – Mexico 86. The Azteca footballs, ornate pitch designs if not ornate surfaces and some terrible sartorial and singing decisions from Scotland and England. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jason and Jared are back after a short summer break and there's plenty to catch up on. First they look at MLS where Gareth Bale signed for LAFC recently and the Wayne Rooney DC United news broke live as we were recording. Why was it the right time for both of these legends to come stateside? Plus, Josef Martinez calls out Atlanta United's identity crisis and are Austin FC already MLS Cup favorites? Next, Tyler Adams joins Jesse Marsch and Brenden Aaronson in Leeds - who will be the next American to join them? Finally, Jordan Pefok is on the move to Union Berlin, Luca de la Torre joins Celta de Vigo and rumors are swirling around Christian Pulisic - who has the most to prove ahead of the September camps? Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bestiessoccer Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebestsoccershow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebestsocce Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thebestsoccershow Subscribe and Review the Podcast! Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-best-soccer-show/id1527123481 Or email your review to: email@example.com
Well, that escalated fast! The guys jump in the studio for the most jam-packed show of all-time. From Rooney's return to D.C. to Josef Martinez's real talk and Luis Suarez's potential MLS destinations *deep breath* to El Trafico and Cascadia, MLS is on one. Oh, and how about the Mark-Anthony Kaye blockbuster! 0:27 - It's all happening! Most anticipated episode of Extratime ever??? 6:14 - Josef Martinez with STRONG quotes, will it get better in ATL? 26:55 - Wayne Rooney the new coach of D.C. United (WHAT??) 42:05 - Philly's monster win, Golden Boot teams update 46:39 - Best possible destinations for Luis Suarez 53:53 - LAFC wins El Trafico in front of Gareth Bale 1:00:32 - Hector Herrera's debut delivers in Texas Derby 1:09:34 - Austin just keeps winning 1:20:52 - Breaking down the MAK trade 1:26:40 - Quick hit news and notes
On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar were joined in studio by new LAFC signing Giorgio Chiellini. The Italian international previews El Trafico and shares his thoughts on playing alongside Gareth Bale and Carlos Vela. Then, Angel City FC's Sidney Leroux joins the show in studio to discuss her move to Los Angeles and shares her thoughts on the current USWNT. Next, LA Galaxy's Julian Araujo sits down with the guys to preview El Trafico and discuss his experience with El Tri. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The transfer window is officially open, and Tom Bogert has the latest on every rumor, report and official deal in MLS. From Lingard to Pozuelo, get the lowdown. 1:04 - What it's like in the locker room during the transfer window 5:00 - Breaking down Toronto's roster overhaul 19:03 - The Pozuelo trade is fantastic for Miami 23:36 - Jesse Lingard to MLS??? 33:18 - Sergio Santos headed to Philly 38:53 - Is Washington Corozo the missing piece for Austin? 42:36 - Gaga Slonina transfer nearing completion 51:25 - Over/Under on Gareth Bale's LAFC stats 59:10 - Heineken Rivalry Week Preview 1:08:30 - Mailbag