Andrew Wiebe and Charlie Davies break down all of Week 32 including Miami's incredible comeback win, why RSL-Cincinnati was so key to the playoff race, and whether Columbus' dropped points will cost the Crew a playoff spot.
It's almost playoff time. Crazy, we know. Andrew, Doyle, Calen and David dig into the results that were make-or-break around MLS, update the Golden Boot draft standings and take a closer look at the Supporters' Shield race. 0:55 - Coach Wiebe is 1-0! 3:35 - Best things we saw in Week 32 21:30 - The playoff race is absolutely crazy 26:45 - Was RSL - Cincinnati the biggest result of the weekend? 38:40 - Deja vu: Crew drop points 48:03 - Higuain magic! Miami playoff bound? 54:25 - Golden Boot draft update 58:15 - Supporters' Shield battle royale 1:20:50 - Quick hit results
With 30 games played the Fire (6pts behind playoff line) and the Whitecaps (9pts behind) only remain with small playoff chances. While the Fire beat Inter Miami 3:1 without Fabi (no he was not scared of Higuain), Jules and the Whitecaps lost 3:1 at Colorado including a questionable PK call. Jules gives some update about his contract situation and Fabi provides an injury update on his adductor. Don't miss the winners and losers, and the difficult situation of Josef Martinez in Atlanta. The ZeeSoccerFund 2.0 2022 fundraiser is for the Azira Michael Youth Foundation: https://gofund.me/4f70180aMore info on the foundation can be found here: https://www.aziramichealyouthfoundation.org
The hosts discuss the fallout from Pozuelo's red card, what Higuain's injury means for the upcoming fixtures, and how The Herons match up with a Crew right on their heels. Be sure to follow our pod socials: Twitter: @theheronoutlet Instagram: @theheronoutlet YouTube: The Heron Outlet Make sure to follow our hosts Ian, Austin and Alex too!
Bienvenido a Miami blue ballers - but not yet! We have an episode before our boys hit the sunshine state, recapping the mad dash and lost points in Columbus. Lots of Q's hang over the boys at the moment and this episode is chock full of pondering them. We dress to the 9's to talk our 9's - are Heber and Talles enough to repeat the Cup? What silver linings are we to take from a tough road match vs. the Crew? Then - Will injury luck ever even out? Did the FO do enough during the transfer window? Lastly, can we cool down a hot Higuain yet again? We don't have answers, but we have a free hour of audio! Return your seats to an upright position, you've got Blue Balls.
Inter Miami travel 7,600 miles in one week travelling from Fort Lauderdale to San Jose to Montreal to earn 4 points. The boys looked tired, but had a never give up spirit. Miami currently sits in a 4 way tie for the last playoff spot. How much credit does Higuain deserve? Must win home game up next against league champs NYCFC. Can Inter beat NYCFC after recently losing to the team 2-0? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/futbolmiamitv/support
Matt Doyle is still on vacation, but we had Gonzalo Higuain filling in just fine for him! David Gass is joined by Jordan Angeli and Calen Carr to break down that wild Miami - Cincinnati game, as well as the rest of MLS Week 23! 2:19 - MLS Weekend Madness 2:55 - Can you take Higuain out of the lineup? 10:05 - Cincy's attack can score on anyone… can the defense stop anyone? 16:34 - Minnesota, Portland play out a wild game 26:18 - Wayne Rooney magic back like it never left 32:19 - LAFC pulls off a comeback win over the Sounders 40:20 - Philly is on FIRE, what are their Shield chances? 49:32 - NYCFC's offense struggles without Taty 57:02 - Quick Hit Results 1:13:30 - Leagues Cup Showcase kicks off this week
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!
FC Barcelona make Drv Pnk Stadium history which was super exciting with an amazing atmosphere, but........Was it a good idea for Inter Miami to play a game that you know you're going to lose and actually get destroyed in? Were any Barca fans convinced to come back to Lockhart to support Miami? Inter Miami also travelled to New York and lost yet again 2-0. Campana injury meant Higuain unfortunately started. Pozuelo was largely invisible, why? Is Yankee Stadium the worst pitch in the league? Now Inter Miami prepares for Cincinnati who are only 3 points ahead on the table. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/futbolmiamitv/support
Inter Miami went down in the first 30 seconds, but find a way to come back and win. With Alejandro Pozuelo's first game Miami was the better team, but still had steal a victory for the jaws of defeat. The win comes from the bench with Higuain and Emerson scoring the last 2 goals. Has Higuain found his best position as a super sub? Does Neville get the credit for making the correct adjustments? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/futbolmiamitv/support
On this episode we cover another loss where the offensive looked no existent. We cover who we think is to blame, what changes might help, and Daniel apologizes to Higuain because he has now done an 180 on his Higuain should never play stance.
LINKS TO BOOK YOUR SPOT TO OUR LAS VEGAS AND SAN FRANCISCO SHOWS HERE On this episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: Why we chose to cover a very specific game in the 2008 - 2009 season Why we need to keep Footbalia alive A thorough 2008 - 2009 background check Bernd Schuster's death sentence quote Juande Ramos Gonzalo Higuan's: how good was he and what was he good at? Gabriel Heinze — underrated as a CB? Fernando Gago, a thorough analysis Nearly a decade of bad midfielders Michel Salgado on his last legs A classic Pepe moment Raul Gonzalez's performance and decline Arjen Robben Rafael Van der Vaart And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Join us on Patreon for a ton of exclusive content: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Managing Madrid is a hub for all Madridistas with updated news, op-eds, tactical analyses, artwork, and of course, podcasts. It also serves as a means for Real Madrid fans to connect and discuss the team. We would like your support so that we can continue to produce podcasts for you. The site is run by a small team that works tirelessly around the clock to make it into what it is today. Your contributions will allow us to continue to have a real and full-time presence in keeping this website, and it's podcasts, going. Hosts this week: Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4) Kiyan Sobhani (@KiyanSo) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
No fireworks in Dallas for Inter Miami, only some sparklers thanks to Taylor and Campana. Miami comes home with one point no thanks to Gonzalo Higuain. Can we officially be done with Higuain starting and expecting for him to make a positive impact? Let's discuss tonight. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/futbolmiamitv/support
Man the Timbers stunk it up on Sunday but it's alright, maybe they can turn It around on Saturday but most likely not. We talk through our despair as we wonder whether Higuain will score 4 or 5 goals against. It's not looking good folks but we'll be your therapists for the time being. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Inter Miami extended its winning streak across all competitions to four games with a 2-1 comeback victory over Atlanta United, and Gonzalo Higuain endured a rough return in that match. Co-hosts Franco Panizo, Steve Brenner, and Jose Armando analyze the win, Higuain's performance, Leonardo Campana's stunning golazo, the upcoming game against the New England Revolution, and more.
Let's review Inter Miami vs Atlanta United. Can Campana continue scoring? Higuain is healthy, will he fit in the this lineup? Plus we talk Miami Freed Park as the crucial vote is scheduled for this week. Will they vote or will it get postponed again? Should Inter Miami give up on Miami and stay in Fort Lauderdale? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/futbolmiamitv/support
Ciao! Henry and Michele explore a wide range of Calcio, cultural and culinary issues in Napoli following the disappointing result against Roma. #7 on the tombola. Easter in Napoli. Zia Tina's pastiera - Twitter photo here...be jealous: https://twitter.com/farfromvesuvius/status/1516990009160736769?s=21&t=_m8ODSWdHn03lcxSKvVqdA Watching Napoli with 80 year olds. Luis Vinicio's Napoli. Ruud Krol. Pasquetta or Calcio? The best place to have pasquetta in Naples. Napoli Roma from the stadium. Surprisingly good crowd. Lively atmosphere pre game. Different feeling to Fiorentina. Get to the stadium early tifosi! The penalty from Curva B perspective. Disappointment infecting the crowd. Scoring too early? The history behind this feeling. Higuain leaving, a transformative betrayal? Second half blues. A silent stadium at full time. Napoli: the greatest support group in the world? Leaving the stadium and decompressing. Jose Mourinho in Naples - respect. Do we care about Empoli? Champions League: a spiritual and financial necessity. What our listeners love about Naples that isn't football. The importance of Neapolitan language to loving Naples. Neapolitan phrase of the week. And… all Napoli fans welcome! We thank you for joining us at the Far From Vesuvius Network, and our new exclusive podcast, IN THE SHADOW OF VESUVIO Be sure to visit us at our Twitter page @FarFrom Vesuvius and use the hashtag #InTheShadow Enjoy & #ForzaNapoliSempre
After a bit of golf talk, we start the week off with some not so fun news regarding Fabi's injury and how difficult it is to sometimes handle the emotions that come with injuries. We then shift to some more MLS talk to discuss the Fire's first loss of the season and some other things that caught our eye throughout the weekend of MLS action. That includes El Trafico, Higuain (duhhh), Philly, New England, etc etc.. Liverpool vs. Manchester City and Lewandowski's transfer rumors are also on deck towards the end of the episode as we hope all of you have a great week!
Inter Miami suffered a second straight loss in Week 3 against LAFC, prompting Phil Neville to make public comments about Gonzalo Higuain that grabbed plenty of attention. Co-hosts Franco Panizo and Jose Armando dissect the 2-0 loss, discuss whether they think Neville or Higuain has more influence on the team right now, preview the next match vs. FC Cincinnati, and more.
The guys dig through every nook and cranny of MLS Week 3! From tiny championship banners to legendary interviews and beef between manager and star in South Florida, Andrew, Doyle and Gass talk through it all, plus dream (way too early) about an MLS triumph in the Concacaf Champions League. 3:07 - Best things we saw in Week 3 10:40 - Carles Gil is not a fan of snow! 15:53 - Are Phil Neville and Gonzalo Higuain at odds in Miami? 26:36 - Sounders-Galaxy had the feel of a playoff game 35:08 - FC Cincinnati got a road win!!!! 40:14 - Alan Velasco showed a ton of promise in his debut 49:04 - Charlotte gets a first goal! Atlanta gets a late winner! 55:40 - Should Minnesota trade one of their goalkeepers? 1:05:01 - Rapid fire results around the league 1:09:47 - Lucas Zelarayan is the way-too-early MVP frontrunner 1:17:15 - An all-MLS CCL Semifinals? There's a chance!
The 2022 MLS season is upon us, but does Inter Miami's revamped and revitalized team have what it takes to bounce back from last year's struggles? Co-hosts Franco Panizo, Steve Brenner, and Jose Armando tap into their crystal balls to answer that question while previewing the Herons' campaign. The hosts also talk about Gonzalo Higuain and Phil Neville's relationship, discuss the Blaise Matuidi situation, analyze the opener vs. the Chicago Fire with commentator Tyler Terens, and much more.
Postpartita di Milan Juventus giocata nel posticipo domenicale in un campo buono per il rally. Oggi, a 7 giorni dalla chiusura del calciomercato, torna l'appuntamento con "La Talpa di Tuttosport"...buon ascolto!
Inter Miami ended the 2021 season on a winning note after pulling off a massive upset of the first-placed New England Revolution. Co-hosts Franco Panizo and Steve Brenner discuss the surprise victory, Rodolfo Pizarro's apparent lashing out at Gonzalo Higuain, the overall state of the South Florida side heading into the offseason, and more.
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew beat reporter Jacob Myers, and staff photographer Kyle Robertson on the latest edition of the Soccer Speakeasy podcast. During this episode we recap the latest 4-0 victory over Inter Miami, discuss the current MLS rankings as of right now, and look ahead to tomorrow night's game against Nashville SC. Finally, we speculate what we think it might take for the Crew to make the playoffs this year and discuss what Gregg Berhalter and the United States Men's National Team has recently been up to.
Jeremy and Tyler discuss the Timbers beating Inter Miami which includes Higuain and Phil Neville. So we gotta brag for a little bit about how bad they were and make some fun of them. We also look forward to a fun game against the LA Galaxy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We are back, even after a terrible week for both the Chicago Fire and DC United on the field. We speak about all those Ls, how Fabi didn't ask for Higuain‘s jersey again, and what Julian thought of seeing some of his old teammates. We certainly didn't agree with some of the players selected for the All-Star game! We question how much it really is about the best performing players or if it's getting almost too political. Meanwhile in the Bundesliga, Fabi is scared Dortmund is on the same path as the past few years while Julian had other things to worry about on Saturday morning. Finally, don't be German and spread positivity people!!
In episode 9, Ian, Austin and Alex discuss Inter Miami CF's dramatic win, Higuain's resurgence, and Phil Neville's tactical development over the past few weeks. Be sure to follow our pod socials: Twitter: @theheronoutlet Instagram: @theheronoutlet
In this episode Jeremy and Tyler discuss the Timbers big win against the LA Galaxy and how great the whole squad looked. They also discussed the players that made the MLS player of the week as well as Higuain stunner of a goal for FC Miami. They discuss the upcoming game against against San Jose as well as discuss international breaks and how they take players away from the MLS in an important stretch. They end it by discussing the Colorado Rapids situation and what it could mean for the rest of the MLS season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode, Jeremy and Tyler recap the Timbers game against Vancouver by looking over the line-ups and discussing how well the Timbers backline played. They also discuss Eryk Williamson's return to form and Steve Clark's game saving performance. They then discuss the inconsistencies of some teams in the league before previewing an important match against Colorado on Saturday. They end the episode by talking about Gonzalo Higuain's debut for Inter Miami and how despite his misses, the future looks bright for Higuain and Miami. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of The MLSMultiplex Podcast, Connor, Drew, and Josh discuss Alex Morgan going to Spurs, MLS transfers including Higuain and Gallacher, a potential Atlanta transfer, Atlanta's struggles and how they could potentially fix everything, MLS player of the week, and some of the best games in MLS from last week and upcoming this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Säsongen är till ända och så även denna säsong av Interpodden. Vi summerar det gångna spelåret och betygsätter spelarna och pratar om topparna och dalarna under säsongen och blickar givetvis framåt mot nästa säsong som redan står för dörren. Medverkande: Sendrak Prieto, Hampus Kärki och Jacob Planell See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Your two favourite Dan's are back to discuss the latest transfer rumours which includes Edinson Cavani and Gonzalo Higuain. The lads also talk about what's going on in the NBA, #BlackLivesMatter, and Jack Grealish's omission from the England Squad.
The Serie A season is over, so what better than to hand out some awards. Who is the Coach of the Year? Player of the Year? Team of the Year? Could Antonio Conte be out as Inter's coach? Will Juventus repeat at champions next season? De Laurentiis still doesn't like Higuain.
Irrésistible avec Chelsea, Olivier Giroud pense déjà à l'Euro, disputé l'an prochain. Ciro Immobile se rapproche à une unité du record de buts en une saison, en Serie A, détenu par Gonzalo Higuain. La NBA reprend ses droits la nuit prochaine, mais les conditions sont inédites. Enfin Thomas Voeckler se confie à l'Equipe à propos de la course en ligne des Jeux Olympiques.
Geoff Shreeves is joined by Mark Schwarzer and Kevin Phillips to discuss Manchester City's Carabao Cup win over Burton, whether Maurizio Sarri can get Gonzalo Higuain back to his best, and a look at the future of football tactics with AI Coach, an artificial intelligence technology that aims to help teams with their tactics.
David Prutton is joined by Danny Mills and Matthew Upson as they look at the feelgood factor around Manchester Utd as Anthony Martial looks to sign a new five year contract, discuss the potential impact of Gonzalo Higuain at Chelsea and how will Spurs cope without Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son.
Socrates FC'nin ikinci bölümünde İnan Özdemir, Onur Erdem ve İlhan Özgen; Ozan Kabak'ın Stuttgart'a transferini, Gonzalo Higuain & Chelsea dedikodularını ve Marcelo Bielsa'nın 'antrenman casusluğu'nu konuştu.
The winter holidays are over and the transfer window is open. Bayern signs two young players as they look to restock for next season when some of their veteran players depart from the team. Former Real Madrid defender Pepe returns to his home club FC Porto. And Chelsea is the in the center of several transfer rumors regarding Serie A strikers Gonzalo Higuain at AC Milan and Mauro Icardi at Inter Milan.