Live from the Philadelphia Convention center; it's United Soccer Coaches Convention week! Joining the podcast is USMNT Legend Alexi Lalas! We discuss how Alexi got into soccer, the 2022 MLS season, where MLS will be in 10-20 years, excitement around the 2023 Women's World Cup, Greg Berhalter v Reyna's, and Pique's 7v7 league! 2022 Philadelphia Union season: [0:50] MLS Cup Final: [1:49] MLS/Apple TV deal: [2:50] 2022 MLS season: [4:19] 2023 Women's World Cup: [6:00] No more single host countries for World Cup potentially: [7:34] Berhalter v Reyna's: [8:42] Where MLS will be in 10-20 years: [11:00] Pique's 7v7 league: [13:08] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net
Live from the Philadelphia Convention center; it's United Soccer Coaches Convention week! Joining the podcast is former Maryland University and Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Thorne Holder. Thorne discusses playing soccer at the University of Maryland, signing for Philadelphia Union in 201, and memories from that team, including the Everton friendly! Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net Thorne's Social Media: Instagram: @thorneholder Instagram: @holderkeeper
Live from the Philadelphia Convention center; it's United Soccer Coaches Convention week! Billy Myers joins Todd to discuss the Philadelphia Union's greatest 10 players and the best Union XI! Top 10 Greatest Union Players: [4:26] Best Union XI: [18:18] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net Billy's Social Media: Twitter: @SanjayaSoB
Live from the Philadelphia Convention center; it's United Soccer Coaches Convention week! Joining the podcast for the very first time is Brotherly Games, Greg Oldfield! Todd, Greg, and Billy take a look at the 2022 Philadelphia Union season and discuss if it was a failure or not? Greg gives his thoughts on the atmosphere at Banc of California Stadium as he went out to cover MLS Cup. The guys also discuss any upcoming trips for the 2023 season and the concern of lack of depth on the current roster. Greg's work with Brotherly Game: [2:55] Thoughts on the 2022 season: [6:00] Was 2022 a success: [7:50] Banc of California Atmosphere: [11:29] Lack of Depth: [13:07] Away trips planned: [16:17] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net Greg's Social Media: Twitter: @GregOldfield21 Twitter: @BrotherlyGame https://www.gregoldfield.com/
Live from the Philadelphia Convention center; it's United Soccer Coaches Convention week! Joining the podcast for the very first time is Philadelphia Union head coach Jim Curtin! Jim discusses what the preseason has looked like so far for the Union, how Andres Perea is fitting in with the team, the plan with Jose Riasco, switching to a three-in-the-back formation, Jim's ability to develop coaches, what former Philadelphia Union player would Jim take in their prime, and who would win in a match between the 2003 Chicago Fire or 2023 Philadelphia Union? Andre Perea: [1:10] Preason: [2:45] Jose Riasco: [5:45] Playing 3-in-the-back: [7:10] Developing coaches: [8:11] 2003 Chicago Fire v 2023 Philadelphia Union: [10:12] What former Philadelphia Union player would you sign in their prime: [11:33] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net
Join The PSN Union Team as we discuss all things Union and Soccer.The boys are back for some Union talk on the latest with The club.We looked at:Gazdag extension.Kai Wagner Staying?Training CampApple TV announcers announcedCheck it out!Follow us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/homeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/doopbytheriver/
This week we are joined by someone who has made waves in both the soccer and business world - Amobi Okugo! Amobi played 4 seasons for the Philadelphia Union in MLS winning honors like the U.S. Open Cup. He also has experience playing for Austin Bold in the USL. Amobi was featured on Forbes 30 Under 30 and is widely known for founding Frugal Athlete, a company which helps athletes through financial education and empowerment. This one's a good one y'all, enjoy!
This is a two-parter interview with Bearfight FC co-founder Jeremy Sharpe. Todd and Jeremy spend the first part of the episode talking about how Jeremy got into Philadelphia Union and how that fandom led to the creation of non-league club Bearfight FC! Philadelphia Union: How Jeremy got into Philadelphia Union: [2:43] Was 2022 a success: [10:50] Creation of Bearfight FC: Stachebash: [13:10] Punchy's night before Christmas: [16:26] Supporters-owned club: [21:00] Where did the name Bearfight come from: [29:00] Eric Shertz: [39:47] Local soccer in Philadelphia: [47:28] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net Jeremy Social Media: Twitter: @Jersha Instagram: @jersha Twitter: @BearfightFC
Join The PSN Union team as we discuss all things Philadelphia Union and Soccer in general!Merry Christmas to all Union fans! we bring you a new pod this week for the holiday season!We being to look back at The wild winter World Cup that took place, and has concluded with The GOAT Messi and Argentina walking away Champions of The world!WE FINALLY GOT THE SCHEDULE RELEASE!!!!! The boys looks at this new schedule, break it down, and talk about where they possibly could be heading for away days!We end by discussing the potential rumor of yet again another potentioal playoff format...Check it out!Follow us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/homeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/doopbytheriver/
Leo Fernandes is a Brazilian born, Long Island raised professional soccer player for the Tampa Bay Rowdies in the USL Championship, USA's second professional tier. Leo was drafted by the Philadelphia Union where he made his MLS debut, before later going on loan to teams like the NY Cosmos. He's played with the likes of Joe Cole and Raul. Yes that Raul. After 10 years as a professional, Leo arguably just had his best season to date, scoring 20 goals, adding 9 assists and winning the league MVP award. How do you stay at the top of your game, learning every single day, learning from his roots, handling setbacks, secrets to success, and a path to be a pro no matter where it ended up. This is No Matter the Path with Leo Fernandes. Follow Leo at https://www.instagram.com/leofernandes10/ • WHAT IS FOOTWORK? Sponsored by https://footwork.club/ Find the Footwork T-shirt here: https://footwork.club/product/footwork-t-shirt/ • Sean and Dylan are two Division 3 graduates, who dropped everything to pursue their dream of being professional soccer players. Both playing in Germany now, the boys tell their stories as well as those of amazing guests to help you pursue your own dreams and ultimately MAKE YOUR OWN PATH. • Subscribe to our show on Youtube ➜ www.youtube.com/channel/UCCnInbiimv9oZGUgkInR1tA • Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org • Subscribe to Footwork➜ eepurl.com/hKT0zD • Follow us on socials ↓↓ Instagram: www.instagram.com/footwork_podcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Footworkpodcast TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@footworkpodcast?lang=en All things Footwork: https://footwork.club/ Footwork T-Shirt: https://footwork.club/product/footwork-t-shirt/
Hey guys, welcome back! We got to talk to our friend Zach about the Philadelphia Union, his current team in Sporting Serotonin, and we got to talk about how the biggest tournament in the world is going! We even give our predictions on how the tournament will finish ;)Give us a follow on social media if you missed us! @theinterracialpodcast :)
Join The PSN Union team as we discuss all things Union and Soccer in general.The guys are back this week in perfect timing. The Union announced that they aquired Midfielder Andres Perea from Orlando City. We have on Todd Lewis from The Free Kick Podcast to break down this move!We also discuss the future of The USMNT.Check it out!Follow us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/homeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/doopbytheriver/
Episode #153 of The Athletes Podcast features Amobi Okugo. Amobi is a first-generation Nigerian American, professional soccer player, after his freshman year at UCLA he was drafted in the 1st round by the Philadelphia Union. Amobi is the founder of Frugal Athlete, a philanthropist launching the Ok U Go Foundation, content creator on Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, and Apple Podcasts. Thank you enough for tuning in & listening to the show. Our last shoutout goes to our sponsor for this week's episode Stronger, Faster Healthier. With some of the best supplements on the market. Here's episode #153 of the athletes podcast featuring Amobi Okugo, here we go!Episode Breakdown:1:45 - 4:15 Who is Amobi Okugo, a Frugal Athlete & Nigerian parent stories4:15 - 5:57 "Striking when the iron is hot"5:57 - How cool it was being a UCLA Bruin.6:50 - 9:40 - First entrepreneurial days, competing amongst & spoiling siblings9:40 - 13:05 - Messi Signing with Miami? Is Messi the goat? CR to Saudi Arabia? 13:05 - 14:44 Strategies to implement for longevity. Nutrition, diet, and how Kaka proved there were levels to the game.14:44 - 18:00 - Getting drafted to Philly & having to become a pro quickly as a rookie.18:00 - 19:04 - Allen Iverson video on Instagram and why we need more athletes like him.19:04 - 24:25 - A Frugal Athlete & the 30 for 30 documentaries that inspired the platform.24:25 - 25:30 - Using sports as a vehicle & building an efficient engine along the way.25:30 - 26:47 - First F1 experience & "the perfect depiction of preparation, teamwork & a connected vision". 26:47 - 30:00 Ok U Go Foundation & Financial literacy. "Excellence through exposure".30:00 - 33:00 Hidden Talents & Figuring out Retirement33:00 - 34:22 Advice for the Next Generation & OutroCheck out our Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | InstagramOur Sponsor this week is SFH! Use code AP20 at checkout for 20% off!
On this episode of the MLS Aces Podcast Tom is joined by former Portland Timbers, Real Salt Lake, & Tampa Bay Rowdies goalkeeper Jeff Attinella to chat:-USMNT vs the Netherlands-A look back at player performances-Prioritizing the wrong games?-Whats next for the USMNT-And much more!!!Before that conversation Tom runs through some big MLS news including:-CF Montreal sale of Alistair Johnston, Ismael Kone, & Djordje Mihailovic-CF Montreal losing manager Wilfried Nancy to the Columbus Crew-Portland Timbers club record signing of Evander-Andres Perea heading to the Philadelphia Union from Orlando City SC-Former Orlando City SC left-back Joao Moutinho heading to Serie A club Spezia-Derrick Etienne Jr. signing with Atlanta United & future under Garth Lagerway-And much more!!!Make sure to follow us:Twitter: @MLSAcesInstagram: mlsacesReddit: r/MLSAcesTikTok: mlsacesYoutube: www.youtube.com/@mlsacesSupport the show
Business in this off-season is picking up for both Orlando City and the Orlando Pride. With stuff going on, we weren't able to take a break this week but that just means an extra PawedCast episode for you. The Lions continued to shape their roster this week with multiple signings (but no new players), re-signing goalkeeper Adam Grinwis, signing defender Kyle Smith to a new one-year deal with an option year in 2024, and inking midfielder Favian Loyola to a Homegrown Player contract. These weren't the kinds of signings that will grab headlines but they were necessary to add some meat to the roster's bones. There was a trade as well, as Orlando City sent midfielder Andres Perea to the Philadelphia Union for a good chunk of Garber Bucks. Perea seemed more of a fish out of water in 2022 than in previous years when he had a better-defined role and he didn't seem well-suited to being the backup to Mauricio Pereyra, so it's a fresh start for the 22-year-old who could still develop into a good player. The Lions made a decent deal and slashed another $250,000 off the books. Will that GAM be used toward re-signing Pedro Gallese? Adding a replacement midfielder? We'll have to wait and see. The Orlando Pride took one step toward roster completion for 2023 by re-signing defender Carrie Lawrence to a two-year deal. The Orlando native and former UCF player will be in purple for the next two seasons and can hopefully continue to mature and develop as an NWSL center back. Both the Lions and the Pride still have a lot of work to do in the lead-up to the 2023 season. The World Cup is over. OK, it's not, but it kind of feels like it is for USMNT fans. The young Yanks played a spirited game against the Netherlands but couldn't finish their chances and perhaps ran out of legs in the midfield. The Dutch punished the U.S. three of the four times the defense got caught napping and their ruthlessness was the difference in a 3-1 USMNT loss. This young team performed well and the prospects of a home World Cup in 2026 with largely this group of players is exciting. We also dipped into our mailbag, where we were asked about our World Cup thoughts and our winter beer thoughts. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Programming Note: We are in our monthly off-season schedule for recording new episodes, but if the news cycle warrants it, we will of course put out new shows more frequently, as needed. In other words, we might be back in a week or a month. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 319 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City's off-season continued with a new Homegrown signing, two guys from the 2022 squad returning, and the departure of a young midfielder. 14:32 - The Pride would like you to know they do intend to sign some players this off-season. Or at least re-sign some players. 28:44 - Mailbagbox time! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tyler Skye pursues his duel passions as a recording engineer and footballer. He talks to Will about The ongoing World Cup, the recent MLS Cup final, growing up in New Jersey, attending the School of Rock afterschool program and finding his love of music, how this program exposed him to recording, attending recording school, The Nashville music scene, Training with the Philadelphia Union as a teenager, playing with the USL2 Philadelphia Lone Star FC, and some insights into recent recording sessions with FRND CRCL Tyler on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/t__skye__t/ Tyler's Studio: http://www.thehilsonstudio.com/ Will's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/WillCarey Will's Website: www.awesomedisaster.com Podcast Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/between-awesome-and-disaster Get exclusive music and videos at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/awesomedisaster Listen to Will's band on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6diGYyCyFjJZNOZ0Madqrl?si=T0jg3j1bS9iXQ47rHekvgg Listen to Will's Solo EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/3jMCe7S0qxESZaXEcfR1Cj?si=9h8vYhNKT5qmQX5g8QvWlw
Join The PSN Union team as we discuss all thing Union and Soccer.Today is a special episode as we have on dear friend to the pod, Adam Booth of Sons of Ben! We discussed his major decision to leave the Capo stand, as well as all things Union and World Cup!Check it out!Follow us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/homeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/doopbytheriver/
We're joined by former Sporting KC & US Men's National Team player Diego Gutierrez and his wife Ginna, who are in Qatar with the US Soccer Federation. They attended the big Thanksgiving dinner with the team and Diego has tons of great things to say about this young team and how motivated the players are to advance. We hear what their experience has been in Qatar off the field, amid all the controversy. Ginna is there along with other organizers of the 2026 World Cup who are gathering info to prepare for the festivities in Kansas City. She even drops a hint at the number of teams that will be in Kansas City. Diego gives us some great insight from both the player's point of view, as well as from the front office. He tells us about the time he tried to recruit Christian Pulisic to the Philadelphia Union. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join The PSN Union team as we discuss all things Philadelphia Union and Soccer in general!We discuss:- Apple TV subscribtion- Paxten deal finialized- Burke To Red Bull- Jim & Ernst's end of season presser- USMNT vs WalesCheck it out!Follow us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/homeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/doopbytheriver/
Donors create transformations in the lives of individuals they may never meet, making the process of tracking and curating stories critical for maintaining donor relationships in the non-profit world. This week Laura speaks with Dave Rowan who explores how he communicates the transformative powers of donors in a way that showcases change and conveys the emotional value of stakeholder investments. Here are a few things you'll learn during this conversation: How BLOCS created a beacon of hope for the community Why data is critical to the transformative storytelling process How to make stories resonate Advice for adjusting your approach when speaking to different stakeholders How to bounce back after making a mistake during a live presentation During the 24-Hour Influence Challenge Dave encourages you to volunteer your time and take note of how that investment of time impacts you. About Dave Rowan: Dave Rowan joined BLOCS in September 2019 as the Chief Executive Officer. Rowan has over 30 years of experience in the Sports and Entertainment industries. Most recently, Rowan served as Chief Operating Officer of the National Lacrosse League (2016-2019), and previously served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of the Philadelphia Union (2010-2016). Notably, Rowan made his mark as Vice President of Corporate Sales and Service for the Eagles in 1998 and played a major role in closing one of the largest stadium naming rights deals in NFL history with Lincoln Financial Group, as well as the largest deal for a team practice facility with NovaCare Rehabilitation. His department continued to thrive during the inaugural season of Lincoln Financial Field, establishing the Eagles as one of the top revenue-producing teams in the NFL. Rowan spent three seasons as the Director of Corporate Sales for the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he helped to develop the corporate sales plan for the team in its first year of existence. Rowan's Staff quickly established the Jaguars as the model for future NFL Expansion in revenue generation and event creation. Rowan developed the Jaguars Training Camp as a business model that is now in place for most NFL teams. You can learn more about BLOCS here: https://www.blocs.org/ To learn more about Dr. Laura Sicola and how mastering influence can impact your success go to https://www.speakingtoinfluence.com/quickstart and download the quick start guide for mastering the three C's of influence. You can connect with Laura in the following ways: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions Twitter: @Laura Sicola Instagram: @VocalImpactProductionsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ball Watching hosts, Jake Koenig and Justin Graham, welcome Earnie Stewart, the current and first ever Sporting Director for the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). Earnie played soccer professionally in Holland, in the US and for the USMNT for 16+ years. For the USMNT, he was the first ever black captain for the team at the 2002 World Cup, and is currently tied for 2nd all-time in most appearances at a World Cup for the US. Since his playing retirement, he's held various soccer director positions at multiple clubs in Holland, at the Philadelphia Union, and now at USSF. Follow the show on Twitter and/or Instagram (@BallWatchingSTL)! Find our guest interviews and videos on YouTube by searching https://www.youtube.com/@ballwatchingSTL.Shop in-store or online at Series Six (seriessixcompany.com) and receive a 15% discount on all orders storewide using code "BALLWATCHING" at checkout!
In this review, we take a look at the LAFC MLS Cup victory and whether or not this was the best MLS Cup ever. We discuss the clash between LAFC and Philadelphia Union, as well as the performance of Gareth Bale and Carlos Vela. Did either team deserve to win the championship? Was this the 'best MLS Cup final EVER?' Thank you to all of our Gully Squad members, we could do this without you. I hope you guys are enjoying the exclusive content at https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EPISODE 84 (CFFC) (11/8/22)MLS Cup Final recap (2:00) Chicago Fire roster moves (10:10) World Cup approaches (18:30) Shaqiri to play at his 4th World Cup (20:00)
It's LAFC hosting the Philadelphia Union in the 2022 MLS Cup! Was it the greatest MLS Cup ever? Jordan shares his experiences at the watch party in Chester PA in what becomes a bit of a therapy session on the 2022 season. Follow the show: Twitter: @statesideshow Instagram: @statesideshow Facebook.com/Statesideshow Email: email@example.com Linktree: https://linktr.ee/statesideshow
On this week's show, the guys discuss Tom's trip to Bucharest, Arsenal's win over Chelsea, an incredible MLS Cup Final, the continued need for a VAR Czar, Sepp Blatter's comments about the Qatar World Cup, Southampton sacking Ralph Hasenhuttl and debate whether fans care more about their club team or the World Cup.Follow Tom Rennie & Brian Dunseth on Twitter and hear more from the guys on America's only soccer station, SiriusXM FC 157 - siriusxm.us/SiriusXMFC!
On Monday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar recap LAFC's MLS Cup final win over Philadelphia Union. The guys rank Gareth Bale's top 5 goals in finals. Then we debate which is the biggest USMNT storyline of the weekend and preview the USWNT's friendly matches vs Germany. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LAFC has won MLS Cup! LAFC has won MLS Cup!!! After a match now considered the best final in MLS history, and the most intense emotional roller coaster in a 5-year history of intense emotional rollercoasters, LAFC has won MLS Cup!The matchup was #1 in the West, LAFC, against #1 in the East, the Philadelphia Union, for the first time in an MLS Final since 2003, and it lived up to every bit of the hype and billing. The two best teams produced an all-time great match, filled with improbable moments, incredible performances, and a storybook ending that Hollywood couldn't begin to script. Say it with us one more time: LAFC has won MLS Cup!LAFC drew first blood, as Kellyn Acosta bent a free kick off of midfielder Jack McGlynn's head and past Andre Blake for an early 1-0 lead. Philadelphia equalized just before the hour mark off a great feed from Jose Martinez to Daniel Gazdag, and the drama had just begun. LAFC looked to have won it off a bit of set magic in the 83rd minute. Carlos Vela found Jesus David Murillo with a beautiful corner kick, and LAFC looked to be on their way to glory! But just 2 minutes later, Jack Elliott found a header of his own off a set piece to level the match at 2 and send us into Extra Time. Seven minutes into the first 15-minute period, Carlos Vela came off for Gareth Bale. Yes, Bale, the Welsh superstar who had played just 176 Black and Gold minutes since September, would be asked to replace the Captain. The first 15 minutes came and went without much fanfare, but, as Samuel L. Jackson said in Jurassic Park, "Hold on to your butts."After a horrific injury to Maxime Crepeau on a play that likely saved a sure Union goal and resulted in a straight red for Crepeau, the former Union product John McCarthy entered the match in the 117th minute of the MLS Cup Final. Because of the injury, we would see 9 full minutes of stoppage time. Four minutes in, McCarthy would make one fantastic save on Julian Carranza, but the ensuing rebound would be put home by Elliott for his second goal of the match, and one that surely looked to be a Cup winner.LAFC, Chiqui Palacios, and Gareth Bale had other ideas, however. After a 1-2 between Ilie and Chiqui, Palacios raced to the goal line, flicked a beautiful cross into the box towards a streaking Bale, who got perfect position on the 6'6" Elliott and headed it home for a 127th-minute equalizer!!! LAFC had found a way to get it to PK's! On paper, it looked to be David vs. Goliath, as McCarthy, the MLS journeyman, would take on the reigning MLS Keeper of the Year in Andre Blake. But the match is never played on paper; this is Latitude 36 Bermudagrass, and this is the Cathedral of the Black and Gold, Banc of California Stadium. After a miss by Glesnes, McCarthy stoned both Jose Martinez AND Kai Wagner, and with Ilie Sanchez's successful attempt, LAFC would win the shootout, 3-0, and take home our first MLS Cup. One more time, with feeling: LAFC has won MLS Cup!
With US Soccer set to announce their final 26-man roster this week in Brooklyn, Jason and Jared make their final predictions on who is in and who is out ahead of Qatar. Let us know if you agree! Plus, LAFC captured their first MLS Cup against the Philadelphia Union this weekend in an instant classic. The match had everything, stoppage time goals, a broken leg, a red card and even a Gareth Bale sighting. Was that the best MLS Cup Final ever?? Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bestiessoccer Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebestsoccershow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebestsocce Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thebestsoccershow
And after battling back twice against LAFC, it wasn't enough for Philadelphia Union as they lose to LAFC in penalties in the MLS Cup. Todd records his thoughts straight after the game on Saturday, and after sleeping on the result gives an update on how he feels the game went. Todd talks about how he thought the Union dominated this game, but how unprecedented mistakes on set pieces cost the Union, how Cory Burke's injury changed the game, Andre Blake and his ability to read penalties, and the need of depth for this team. Finally, Todd breaks down the goals from this game and looks at the star players of the game for the Union. LAFC v Philadelphia Union: Overall thoughts: [0:45] Review Keys to The Game: [35:26] Goal Breakdowns: [39:20] Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net
Best MLS Cup ever???? Andrew Wiebe sits down with David Gass, Matt Doyle, and Charlie Davies just hours after the final whistle of LAFC's WILD win over Philly. We try to make sense of the maddness; Big-game Gareth delivering again, John McCarthy's PK heroics, and why we think Philly will be back sooner rather than later. 0:54 - What. Just. Happened. We try to to make sense of a WILD MLS Cup 9:28 - Best moments of MLS Cup 19:32 - Breaking down that insane Gareth Bale goal 21:08 - How the game played out 25:27 - This game was filled with standout performances 30:38 - Carlos Vela's journey with LAFC 34:24 - Heartbreak for the Union, but we think they'll be back
What. A. Game. On today's show, Joe and Graham break down Saturday's MLS Cup between Los Angeles FC and the Philadelphia Union. Was it the best MLS game ever? And how did LAFC pull off their insane win? We chat about the atmosphere, goals, penalties, storylines, and so much more. -- WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW! The TSS gang will be in New York City for a live show on Sunday, November 20th! We'll be talking World Cup, USMNT, and so much more... Check out this link for tickets and the rest of the details Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jimmy Jam friend of the show calls in to talk about his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Also, Mason wants to put a chip into his body to pay for things instead of using his phone. Bill Simmons wants the Kings to trade Russ and the 27/29 picks for DeAaron Fox. Mase doesn't want to. Lakers fans do you still want Russ out? Plus, DAVE DENHOLM the voice of the LAFC here on 710 ESPN joins the guys in studio to talk about the Black and Gold in the MLS CUP FINAL vs. Philadelphia Union. and Corporate Greg has his topics ready for BOBCAT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MLS Cup takes place this weekend, and we couldn't let that slide without giving you the lowdown on what was happening in the big one across the pond. So, we roped in our MLS Correspondent and de-facto chief writer on the Ranks FC website, Mr. Owen Murray, to make sure you know your onions when it comes to the big one in the States - between Philadelphia Union and Los Angeles FC. We talk Andre Blake's defensive wall, LAFC's hold on Dean Jones, Gareth Bale, Carlos Vela, the first cup final between two No. 1 seeds in bloody ages and all the rest of it, in a special bonus drop. It's Ranks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ahead of this Saturday's MLS Cup, the TSS gang is here to preview the game between Los Angeles FC and the Philadelphia Union. We also ask the question: is this the best MLS Cup matchup ever? -- WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW! The TSS gang will be in New York City for a live show on Sunday, November 20th! We'll be talking World Cup, USMNT, and so much more... Check out this link for tickets and the rest of the details — Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by... Indochino! Use promo code 'TSS' at Indochino.com to get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Thursday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar preview the MLS Cup Final between LAFC and Philadelphia Union. Head coaches Steve Cherundolo, Jim Curtin and Union goalkeeper Andre Blake sit down with Herc to preview the final. Also, the guys react to the FMF's attempt to lure Carlos Vela to return to El Tri. Is Vela's snub something, nothing or everything? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
La reacción en Jorge Ramos y su Banda fue de sorpresa ante el anuncio del retiro de Gerard Piqué, sobre todo, en la determinación del futbolista español de decir adiós de forma definitiva al futbol cuando podría concluir su trayectoria en otros clubes a los que aún podría aportar su experiencia. Además, la discusión señala al presidente del Barcelona, Joan Laporta, por elogiar a Piqué luego de intentar manchar la imagen del defensa central. Por otro lado, la reventa para la MLS Cup entre el LAFC y el Philadelphia Union está por los cielos y esto sorprende también a la Banda.
This is it! We're 24 hours away from the first MLS Cup final in Los Angeles. The Max + Vince podcast was LIVE from open training for LAFC and the Philadelphia Union with the Radio Voice of LAFC Dave Denholm filling in for Max. Vince and Dave preview MLS Cup with the help of LAFC goalkeeper John McCarthy, LA Daily News writer Josh Gross, 110 Football's Connor Kalopsis, and Max drops in for a bit as well. We've got previews and predictions before the biggest match of the year!
MLS 2022 will be won by either LAFC or Philadelphia Union and we're previewing the big game... we also discuss the Lionel Messi to Inter Miami rumours and there's a movie about Wando in the works. You can also watch each episode by subscribing on YouTube - search MLS UK Show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this video, we review Round 2 of the MLS Cup Playoffs and preview the matchup between the Philadelphia Union and LAFC. As the second round of the MLS Cup Playoffs comes to a close, we take a look at the matchups and pick out our favorites to make it all the way to the big game. We also preview the MLS Cup final matchup between the Philadelphia Union and LAFC and give you our predictions for the final score. Are the Union or LAFC going to hoist the MLS Cup? Tune in to find out! We'll also discuss Messi going to Miami. Is it for real this time? Is this a good move? And we discuss what his deal will look like. Also, is Apple paying for Messi? Shouldn't they? Thank you to all of our Gully Squad members, we could do this without you. I hope you guys are enjoying the exclusive content at https://www.patreon.com/SoccerCooligans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Monday's episode of Futbol Americas, Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez talked about the following topics: Reaction to Philadelphia Union beating NYCFC to reach its first MLS Cup Final. What was the key to Union's victory? Reaction to LAFC reaching its first MLS Cup Final after defeating Austin FC at home. They will host the final. Has LAFC proved doubters wrong? Analyze the question: Is the LAFC-Philadelphia final the DREAM FINAL? Reaction to the report from The Athletic that Inter Miami is confident Lionel Messi will join next summer. Are you buying this report? INJURY WATCH: Reaction to USMNT players being injured lately: Who can replace Weston McKennie. Herculez says that Brenden Aaronson is the right person. Reaction to Leeds United getting a crucial victory against Liverpool at Anfield. Did Jesse Marsch save his job with the win? Welcomed Portland Thorns attacker RAQUEL “ROCKY” RODRIGUEZ, fresh off winning the NWSL Championship. We talk about all things Liga MX final between Pachuca and Toluca. Pachuca won its 7th league title. - Is Pachuca the best well-run team in Mexico? - Which Pachuca player is more Europe ready? - Veljko Paunovic was appointed new Chivas manager. Is he the right fit? - Edson Álvarez finally talks about the reports that Chelsea wanted to sign him from AFC Ajax. He says he pushed hard for the move. Something, nothing or everything? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are less than 3 weeks away from the World Cup and the hysteria around the roster and starters has never been higher. Brenden Aaronson is on fire, Gio Reyna is finally playing again, Christian Pulisic is still on the outskirts at Chelsea - is this the best forward line for the USMNT? Plus, Weston McKennie picked up another injury this weekend - who is his best backup in the pool? Finally, the guys are live during the MLS Cup Eastern Conference Finals and they react to the Philadelphia Union delivering on everyone's dreams of a top seed showdown in the MLS Cup Final. Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bestiessoccer Instagram: https://instagram.com/thebestsoccershow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebestsocce Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thebestsoccershow
Three games until MLS crowns a champion! Andrew, Charlie and David dig into LAFC vs. Austin FC and Union vs. NYCFC, plus all the latest news around the league (coaching hires and rumors, Josef Martinez's future and more!). 4:12 - Where are we heading for MLS Cup? 8:45 - LAFC v Austin Preview 23:03 - Is Carlos Vela healthy? 24:43 - LAFC v Austin tactical breakdown 37:53 - Philadelphia Union v NYCFC Preview 46:25 - Philly v NYCFC tactical breakdown 1:04:02 - Potential Playoff style changes? 1:11:48 - Josef Martinez reportedly done in Atlanta 1:16:43 - Wilfried Nancy to Columbus? 1:20:46 - Is Ben Olsen the right fit for Houston?