On this episode of the Minnesota Rundown, we bring on Andy Greder of the Pioneer Press to discuss the news of Mohamed Ibrahim returning next season, the Gophers big weekend ahead against the Wisconsin Badgers, Jerry Kill potentially making a return back to the U of M next year, surprising Minnesota United playoff talk, the US Men's Soccer team playing in a World Cup qualifier in the dead of winter in Minnesota and more!Follow 10,000 Takes on Twitter: @10k_TakesInstagram: @10ktakesFacebook: 10,000 TakesTikTok: @10ktakesCheck out our website:www.10ktakesmn.com
Steve is joined by Andy Greder for a load of Gopher football and Minnesota United talk as one is preparing for their postseason while the other sits at home following a loss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jonathan Harrison and Dan Terhaar, the Radio Broadcast team for Minnesota United matches, are back for the final time this season after the Loons season came to an end in a 3-1 loss in Portland in the first round of the MLS Cup Playoffs. Jon and Dan discuss their thoughts on the match, the season as a whole, and the offseason ahead.
Patrick Reusse joins host Michael Rand for a look back at the weekend in sports. It was a mostly positive set of results in Minnesota, including: *The Vikings held off the Packers 34-31 thanks to some late-game heroics and some good fortune that included getting the benefit of a few critical officiating calls. Reusse says Vikings fans can't complain about the referees after that one. Rand notes how the narrative today would be totally different had a late Kirk Cousins interception not been overturned upon review. But the bottom line is Minnesota took a huge win and evened its record at 5-5. *The Gophers gave themselves a chance at the Big Ten West title with a breezy 35-14 win over Indiana on Saturday. Now the path is clear: If Iowa loses to Nebraska, Purdue defeats Indiana and the Gophers beat Wisconsin next weekend, Minnesota will be the Big Ten West champion. Just don't ask Patrick what the name of the Gophers stadium is. *Minnesota United started fast in its playoff game Sunday against Portland, but the Timbers controlled the final 70 minutes of the match in a 3-1 result that ended the Loons' season. *Three wins in a row for the Timberwolves have helped change the narrative on that season, at least for now.
On the season finale of Post Loons LIVE from Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee Jeremy brings in Zone Coverage Minnesota Untied reporter Jacob Schneider to break down Minnesota United's 3-1 season ending playoff loss in Portland. Early goal! Another concession before half 2nd Half Onslaught Loss of intensity/desire Offseason preview ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Introduction: Host Michael Rand watched most of Tuesday's Wild game with a level of concern, though clearly not alarm over the 4-1 loss to San Jose . Even with a 10-5 start to the season, there have been some cracks in the Wild's game that showed up again in the loss -- including a lack of production from Kevin Fiala and Kirill Kaprizov. Then again, if you have Dish Network you weren't able to watch the game anyway -- nor will you be able to see anything on Bally Sports North. 5:00: Minnesota United manager Adrian Heath joins the show in advance of Sunday's playoff game in Portland. The Loons started the year 0-4 and left themselves little margin for error, but they rallied and on the last day of the year secured a postseason berth for the third consecutive season. When fully healthy, Minnesota United can play with anyone. Will they be fit in the playoffs and offer further vindication for Heath over his doubters? 21:00: Star Tribune columnist Chip Scoggins joins the show and debates three main points with Rand: Should the Gophers bench QB Tanner Morgan? Are the Vikings a playoff team? And do the Wolves need patience or a major shakeup? 38:00: Are you ready for Crypto.com Arena?
Join Ross Brendel and Daniel House, from Gophers Guru, as they discuss the Gophers dwindling chances at winning the Big Ten West, their ineffective passing game and often questionable in game decision making during the first segment of Minnesota Sports Chat. Segment two features, Jonathan Harrison, from the Minnesota United pre and post-match show on SKOR North. Can MNUFC find enough goals to go on a deep playoff run?
On this week's episode, Jeremy and Dom spoke with St. Cloud State men's soccer head coach Sean Holmes and freshman midfielder Emmanuel Iwe. Topics include starting a program from scratch, challenges faced during their first season, and confidence in their freshmen contribution. Other podcast topics... Minnesota United punches their playoff ticket in heartstopping fashion Fallout from Forward Madison parting ways with Carl Craig NSIC Tournament underway MIAC and UMAC schools in the NCAA D3 tourney High School State Champs crowned Struggle Bus of the Week: State Finals Scheduling MLS Playoff Bracketology More! ___________________________ SPONSORS Check out StimulusAthletic.com to see how you can outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices with Stimulus Athletic!
On this week's pod: The Good: MNUFC goes on a MLS is Back Bender and sing karaoke. The Bad: PRO Refs in the SKC v RSL match The Weird: Atlanta United's President is the worst hype man on the planet. Minnesota United closed out their regular season like a cheetoh and Monster energy drink fueled Chuck E Cheese Birthday Party, but a draw is a draw... so what does that mean for the playoffs? Can they win?
LA Galaxy miss out on qualifying for the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs following draw to Minnesota LOS ANGELES (Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021) – In their 2021 MLS Regular-Season home finale, the LA Galaxy battled Minnesota United FC to a 3-3 draw, but did not qualify for the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs before 23,803 fans at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sunday night. Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez registered a brace, while Sebastian Lletget notched his third goal of the season. LA Galaxy 2021 Season in Review The LA Galaxy (13-12-9, 48 points) finished the 2021 MLS Regular Season in eighth place in the Western Conference standings, but did not qualify for the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs. LA held an 8-4-5 record in 17 games played at Dignity Health Sports Park, while holding a 5-8-4 record in 17 games played on the road this season. Individually, Chicharito led the club and finished tied for third in the league with 17 goals scored in 21 games played (20 starts). Notably, Chicharito registered 10 goals in 10 games played at Dignity Health Sports Park this season. Julian Araujo led the Galaxy in minutes played (2,797), games started (32) and assists (7) in his third season with the club. Victor Vázquez finished second on the team in assists (6), while Kevin Cabral, Sacha Klejstan and Rayan Raveloson finished tied for second on the team in goals scored (5). Notably, Chicharito, Araujo and Sebastian Lletget were named 2021 MLS All-Stars. Galaxy Announce 2021 Team Awards The Galaxy announced the recipients of the club's 2021 team awards following the conclusion of the 2021 MLS Regular Season. Chicharito was named the 2021 LA Galaxy Player of the Year, presented by Herbalife Nutrition, in addition to claiming Golden Boot honors. Additionally, Araujo was named the Defender of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down the 3-3 Decision Day draw at LA Galaxy that solidified a playoff spot for Minnesota United. Peaking offensively at the right time Goalkeeping rollercoaster Just stay healthy plz Fragapane's PK Nervewracking final minutes Heading to Portland for round one ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Grab your Golazo Brew now! Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
- SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P - COG MERCHANDISE (SCARVES, T-SHIRTS, BUTTONS, COASTERS): http://www.cornerofthegalaxy.com/SHOP COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are gearing up for the ultimate finish on Sunday. And it's going to be two hours of absolute mayhem. Are you ready for Decision Day on steroids? Are you ready for multiple scenarios that get the Galaxy to the post-season? On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and Sophie Nicolaou discuss the Galaxy's draw with Seattle, the lineup choices Greg Vanney made, and the stuttering development of a Young Designated Player that got it all wrong and could still cost the Galaxy a playoff spot. Josh and Sophie want to get at the heart of the Galaxy's woes over the last five seasons and why a big club like the Galaxy can't fill the seats. Is it only about winning? Or is it something else? Are the Galaxy missing characters? Are they missing stars? Your hosts are also updating you on Dennis te Kloese's contract and why the Galaxy picked up his option. Does that mean that te Kloese is staying for 2022? Not. So. Fast. Josh will introduce the players he thinks will make the end-of-the-year awards for the Galaxy and why one name, in particular, keeps popping up. Could we see history with the Player of the Year and Defender of the Year awards going to the same person? Finally, Josh and Sophie want to get you ready for a "must-win" game that is both a must-win and not a must-win. It isn't very clear, but we're more than prepared to explain what's about to happen. Keep your phones handy during the match. This show is over 90 minutes of Galaxy-talk that you'll need ahead of the simultaneous kick-offs on Sunday. Can the Galaxy beat a Minnesota United team that only needs a draw to get into the playoffs? This is it! The last show of the regular season. Will we be back on Monday to preview the playoffs? Or will we be starting the post-mortem of a 2021 season that went well off the rails? Let's go!
With the season running down the group talks about: -the NWSL and its players agree to the players' demands on transparency and fighting abuse -Gremio fans destroy the VAR stations -Minnesota United are terrible against Vancouver -Minnesota United are fantastic against Kansas City -What the hell do we do with this team?
Jonathan Harrison and Dan Terhaar, the radio broadcast team for all Minnesota United matches, are back this week to discuss the Loons 2-1 loss to Vancouver as well as their 2-1 win over Sporting KC. The boys chat about the good in the SKC match, the bad in the Vancouver match, and whether or not this squad is more built for tournament play than regular season play.
Introduction: Star Tribune columnist Patrick Reusse joins host Michael Rand to rehash the fresh pain of the latest Vikings debacle, a 20-16 Sunday Night Football loss to Dallas and backup quarterback Cooper Rush. Minnesota had all the advantages in this game but still couldn't deliver a victory that it very much needed. Afterward, wide receiver Adam Thielen revealed frustration -- echoed by countless fans -- at how the Vikings seem to just let teams hang around in games. 15:00: In happier Minnesota sports news, the Gophers football team clobbered Northwestern 41-14 on Saturday, setting up a final four games in which they control their own destiny. They are 4-1, alone atop the Big Ten West standings, with big games against Iowa and Wisconsin (both 3-2) in their last four. 22:00: Houston extended the World Series with an improbable rally in Atlanta. The Timberwolves can stop teams but suddenly can't score. And a big win for Minnesota United.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United's 2-1 home win vs. Sporting Kansas City Back in the Picture King Rey does it again Metanire taketh away and giveth Fragapane on fire, in more ways than one Destiny's in your control ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: GOLAZO Coffee Blend available! Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
On this episode, Jeremy and dom combine a normal 10,000 Pitches episode with Post Loons! Minnesota United on the outside looking in heading into final week Joined by Equal Time Soccer's Matt Privratsky! Gopher Soccer season recap MN WoSo update Bemidji State and MN State battling for NSIC title St. Thomas men get first pair of D1 wins ___________________________ SPONSORS Check out StimulusAthletic.com to see how you can outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices with Stimulus Athletic!
Andrew and Charlie are joined by two special guests (Whitecaps' interim manager Vanni Sartini + The Athletic's Sam Stejskal) to break down a playoffs shoots-and-ladders Week 33. 4:42 - Revs set the points record - are they the best MLS team of all time? 17:41 - Quick updates on open coaching and GM positions around MLS 23:06 - Interview: Vanni Sartini on the Vancouver Whitecaps' resurgence 45:36 - Will Seattle or SKC take the No. 1 seed in the West? 57:01 - It's time to be concerned about Minnesota United 1:01:17 - D.C. United scraps to a win, Losada says reinforcements needed 1:04:35 - Atlanta's stars lead them to a comeback win 1:06:43 - Nashville finally gets a win in a wild game 1:10:30 - Mailbag
Introduction: Host Michael Rand dissects the Timberwolves' big 113-108 victory on Wednesday night in Milwaukee. You'll hear postgame comments from Anthony Edwards and head coach Chris Finch postgame as well as a "voicemail" from Star Tribune beat writer Chris Hine with all the key points of the game. The Wolves' Big Three came up big at various moments, and their defensive rebounding was much better with Jarred Vanderbilt in the starting lineup. 11:00: Former Twins pitcher Glen Perkins joins the show to talk about his old teammate Eddie Rosario and all the success he is having in the playoffs. It's a great perspective not only about what makes Rosario great but also about why the Twins weren't necessarily wrong to let him go. 23:00: Minnesota United lost precious ground in the MLS playoff race when it lost 2-1 in Vancouver on Wednesday, after which head coach Adrian Heath had pointed comments about the team's defense. With just two games left in the season, the Loons are on the outside looking in.
With Grant out of town, Alex is left to fend for himself with a cast of strangers. Join him as he talks with Robb Lauer about all things Minnesota United before being joined by a Vancouver Whitecaps supporter to discuss Wednesday's match from their POV.
Introduction: In the most recent step in his evolution as the Wolves' leader -- even though he just turned 20 a couple months ago -- Anthony Edwards said after Minnesota's first loss of the season Monday that he and his top-scoring teammates must do a better job sharing the ball and getting other players involved on offense. "There's no 'I' in team. We can't beat five people with three people," Edwards said after a 107-98 loss to New Orleans. "We beat five people with five people." 7:00: Gophers football beat writer Randy Johnson joins the show after Minnesota's most recent impressive win, 34-16 over Maryland. With games coming up against Northwestern and Illinois, the path to a special season is there. But when the competition stiffens later in the year, the Gophers will also need to be able to diversify their offense and pass the ball. 16:00: Star Tribune soccer writer Jerry Zgoda joins the show to help advance two big matches this week. The U.S. Women's National Team plays Tuesday at Allianz Field against Korea Republic in what will be Carli Lloyd's final match. And Minnesota United has a key match Wednesday in Vancouver as it tries to hang onto a playoff spot.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United's 1-1 home draw vs. LAFC. - inideal result, not terrible - Dominant everywhere but the scoreboard - CHIPPY! - Rare miscue from Miller - Not Hunou's night - Big one Wed (w/o Gasper) ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Introduction: A big question heading into this Timberwolves season was whether a team that has floundered on defense for several seasons could finally find its way and at least be average on that side of the ball. Their 124-106 victory in Wednesday's opener over Houston was a positive indicator, albeit against a really bad team. The Wolves had 18 steals and 13 blocked shots in the win, which helped fuel an offensive surge from Karl-Anthony Towns, Anthony Edwards and D'Angelo Russell. 8:00: Wild goalie Cam Talbot joins the podcast and gives us an inside glimpse into the Wild's 6-5 comeback win over Winnipeg in Tuesday's home opener. Talbot also provides insight into why he signed with the Wild last season and shares the story of his journey to the NHL. 26:00: A new feature on Daily Delivery starts with a "voicemail" from Jon Marthaler and some Minnesota United soccer talk after the Loons rallied for a very important 3-2 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down what he was able to see of Minnesota United's 3-2 home win over Philadelphia Union. Bally Sports Issues (again) Minnesota Streak-Breakers This front four is on FIRE Backline Bounce Back Tyler Miller Forever Very much IN the playoff picture...for now ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! ALSO, buy a bag of Ninth St. x Dogwood Coffee's GOLAZO coffee! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Saturday afternoon truly felt like a loss. Montreal were able to steal points away following a last minute goal by Sunusi Ibrahim. Regardless it was a tough result but one Union had things that were positive! We discuss what went down as we look ahead at our next matchup as The Union's next opponent will be Minnesota United, we bring on Gabe Sinner AKA RedHead Sports from TikTok to preview our next match!
Jeremiah is out of town so Landon the birthday boy is joined by Chris Welhausen to recap the Minnesota United game. Other topics include:-Did Austin actually perform well?-Romaña showing signs of improvement-Cecilio's off night not good enough-Driussi and Diego quietly good-"Ref, you suck!"-Update on Kervin Arriaga rumor-Academy and Owen Wolff update-San Jose and Houston Previews (55:28)-What will rotation look like this week?-MoreYou can find more detailed show notes at The Striker Texas. Remember to rate, review, and subscribe to the show at moontowersoccer.com or via your favorite podcasting app.This episode is brought to you by FVF LawUse offer code GOAL to save 10% at teardroppepperco.com
Jonathan Harrison and Dan Terhaar, the Radio Broadcast team for Minnesota United matches on SKOR North, are back this week to discuss the Loons' third road win of the season, a 1-0 effort in Austin. Jon and Dan talk about how shaky the whole game felt as well as how it left the Loons in the standings with just five games remaining in the season. We also preview the upcoming pair of games this week, some news from around the league, and make predications this week in Write That Down.
As always, Jon Arnold is joined by Chris Bils and Victor Araiza to discuss the week in MLS happenings. Houston Dynamo got a big win at home over the Western Conference pacemaking Seattle Sounders. Austin FC was in action at home as well, but the Verde lost to Minnesota United. 1:45 - Houston 2-1 Seattle — Is it an overreaction to one game, or is Houston looking good for 2022? 10:30 - Austin 0-1 Minnesota 18:25 - Next week, FCD takes on LAFC at home 19:15 - Austin goes to San Jose 20:20 - Houston takes on Galaxy at home 21:55 - Houston at Austin will be on ESPN on Sunday 28:00 - Best thing I ate/wrote
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United's 1-0 win on the road over Austin fC. Just win baby Defensive miscues continue Last of cohesiveness among first-string front four Charlie Beattie is GOOD at play by play! Wrestling references (of course) Tough stretch to kick off the final five games! ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Austin FC Head Coach Josh Wolff joins the show alongside Kyndra de St. Aubin and Callum Williams to preview this weekends match up between Minnesota United and Austin FC. The Match Preview Show is presented by Great Clips.
The Call Up welcomes in the “Gaffer” of Minnesota United, Adrian Heath! He explains why his team are no longer the underdogs and what it will take for the Loons to finish above the playoff line. Plus, his journey to the US and how a moment with a Stoke City legend helped shape his winning mentality.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down one of the worst losses in Minnesota United history, a 3-1 defeat to Colorado at home. Another quick start! Hunou proves his worth Man advantage a disadvantage? What the heck happened? The seat is hot Playoffs question mark Where do we go from here? ______________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Weekly $5 pickup with women's only and 40+ pickup available! Book a field time or register for pickup ASAP! NinthStreetMpls.com.
The crew talk about -NWSL's betrayal of its players -St Pauli praising electoral hijinx -Is Minnesota United's biggest problem their bad MLS pickups? Minnesota United had a disappointing week with 1 point from 2 road games against DC United and FC Dallas.
Jonathan Harrison and Dan Terhaar, the Radio Broadcast team for all Minnesota United matches, are back to discuss a pair of disappointing results for the Loons as they aim to make the playoffs. The results and some of the decisions from those matches left us with our One Big Question for the week: Has the Loons recruitment been good enough? Jon and Dan explore that broad question and how it can be answered a number of different ways. Jon and Dan preview the upcoming match against Colorado, predict the rest of the Loons schedule, discuss some of the news and results from the last week in MLS, before closing out the show with this week's Write That Down. All MNUFC Radio Broadcasts can be heard on SKOR North on AM 1500, the SKOR North mobile app, and live.skornorth.com!
Minnesota United defender Chase Gasper joins the podcast this week. In the episode, Bobby gets the scoop on his collegiate career all the way up to his first national team call up. Listen in to get the inside look at where Chase thought he was getting drafted before ending up in Minnesota and what life in MLS has been like so far.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United's disappointing 0-0 draw at FC Dallas. Huge missed opportunity Lack of urgency early Tyler Freaking Miller (again!) VAR giveth and taketh away 2nd half chances were there No Rey, Robin, Boxy, or Romains. Colorado...not good! Riding the playoff line _________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee:, located at 801 South 9th St. in Minneapolis, is introducing new INCREASED pickup times for the fall and winter! Also, new women's only and 40+ pickup is available as well. Book your field time now or sign up for your $5 pickup session at NinthStreetMpls.com!
Introduction: A tweet from a reader helped host Michael Rand tie all his thoughts together like the rug in The Big Lebowski. The question was about just what went wrong with the Twins' evaluation of pitching in 2021. While the answer is unknown, the fact that Twins evaluators are probably stumped as well leads to an offseason path: If pitching is going to improve, money needs to be spent. If money is going to be spent, the Twins need to find a way to trade Josh Donaldson. It's just that simple, even if trading an expensive mid-30s third baseman entering an offseason where the collective bargaining agreement expires is very complicated. 6:00: Vikings/NFL writer Mark Craig joins for his weekly picks segment and also gives listeners a sneak peek at his Sunday story on Browns coach Kevin Stefanski. Craig is in Cleveland reporting the story on the former Vikings offensive coordinator. 18:00: Jon Marthaler breaks down an important stretch for Minnesota United, which is hanging onto the final playoff spot in Major League Soccer's Western Conference as of Friday. Marthaler and Rand also get into the idea of U.S. soccer legend Landon Donovan being an MLS coach soon. 29:00: NBA vaccination headlines are all about Kyrie Irving and Andrew Wiggins possibly missing home games, but if the whole country was as vaccinated as the NBA we would be in great shape.
Kyndra de St. Aubin joins Steve McPherson for a Sound of the Loons episode discussing the results from the past week – wherein the Loons took three points at home and dropped three points on the road. Minnesota United currently sits in the seventh and final playoff spot with 37 points. Sound of the Loons is presented by Allina Health Orthopedics.
Introduction: At the outset of the show, host Michael Rand gives a rundown of the convergence of sports seasons that is happening in this moment. Minnesota United plays Wednesday night and this weekend as it tries to make an MLS playoff push. The Vikings have a huge game Sunday against Cleveland, as do the Gophers against Purdue on Saturday. Would you believe that the Gophers men's hockey season starts this weekend? Gophers men's and women's basketball practice is underway, as is training camp for the Wolves and the preseason for the Wild. Meanwhile, the Lynx would still be playing if they hadn't lost Sunday. And the Twins still have five games left before this season is mercifully done. It ... is ... a lot. 7:00: Timberwolves beat writer Chris Hine joins Rand for a deeper examination of the story lines -- and, let's face it, instability -- that will define this season. Incoming owners Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez met with reporters Monday and detailed their thoughts on the franchise and the eventual push for a new arena. Sachin Gupta, who replaced President Gersson Rosas as the team's top personnel decisionmaker when Rosas was fired last week, has a big task ahead. And what does it all mean for Karl-Anthony Towns, who talked openly Monday about all the change he has seen in his time here.
The group talks about the good, bad, and weird of US Soccer including 60 year old grifter VP of Suriname bribing his way into a match. Then they describe the meeting that happened between Minnesota United executives and supporters groups wherein Chris Wright expressed no desire to do anything. And finally they talk about the 2-0 win over Houston and whether or not this team and succeed in the playoffs.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United's 2-0 home win over Houston Dynamo. Fast Starts = Three Points LodNoso Strikes Again Ethan Finlay is life Tyler Freaking Miller 4th place in play! ___________________________________________________ SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Introducing $35 UNLIMITED PICKUP MEMBERSHIP! Weekly $5 pickup Tue/Wed/Thu 7p. NEW lunch pickup on Tue/Thu 12p! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Minnesota United midfielder Ethan Finlay joins the show alongside Kyndra de St. Aubin and Callum Williams as we preview this weekends matchup between your Loons and Houston Dynamo at Allianz Field. The Match Preview Show is presented by Great Clips.
On this episode of Post Loons, Jeremy breaks down Minnesota United''s 3-0 home win over LA Galaxy. The King is Back! Huge Response Health is Key This front four >>> Apologies to Ethan Finlay Fantastic defensive effort Goals Change Seasons? SPONSOR Ninth Street Soccer & Coffee: Introducing $35 UNLIMITED PICKUP MEMBERSHIP! Weekly $5 pickup Tue/Wed/Thu 7p. NEW lunch pickup on Tue/Thu 12p! NinthStreetMpls.com.
Sporting Kansas City headed into a break in the schedule with a resounding 4-0 victory over Minnesota United with goals from four different players. One of them came from Daniel Salloi, who heard “MVP” chants break out from the crowd at Children's Mercy Park. Sporting finds itself atop the MLS Western Conference heading into the weekend. The news has been better for KC NWSL lately. The team is coming off a 0-0 decision against North Carolina and is 2-2-1 in its previous five games. Also, KC NWSL made news Friday with the announcement of a new training facility that should be ready in 2022. Star soccer reporter Shaun Goodwin covers these topics and more, including the early returns from the USMNT as it attempts to qualify for the 2022 World Cup on today's SportsBeat KC. Story links: How soundly did Sporting KC defeat Minnesota? Start with four goal by four different players Salloi faced the world's best: Sporting KC star analyzes his international soccer debut Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Introduction: Minnesota sports fans believe two things in the very fabric of their being. One: Referees are out to get their favorite team(s), to the point that questionable calls don't even out over time. Two: If the Gophers hire a competent coach, there is a need to worry immediately about that coach leaving for a better job. That second point brings us to rumblings this week that P.J. Fleck could be a candidate for the suddenly vacant USC job. Host Michael Rand reminds you that Fleck almost certainly isn't going anywhere, and that this is probably just a means to get another contract extension. 5:00: 60 years ago the Vikings played their first game. They won big, then lost a bunch of games the rest of the year, setting fans up for the rest of their history. 7:00: Star Tribune Vikings/NFL writer Mark Craig joins the show for our weekly picks segment. A listener wrote to Mark after last week's picks thanking him for his Week 1 selections because he took the opposite of that advice and won a lot of money. We'll see if this week's slate of games is any kinder to our picks (and the Packers). 24:00: Jon Marthaler joins the show for an update on Minnesota United, which has fallen out of playoff position but might be getting some important offensive players back this weekend for a key match with the L.A. Galaxy. 30:00: History was made on Thursday when the Gophers and St. Thomas played in volleyball, the first time those schools have met as Division I programs.