On this episode of MLS Gone Wild, Blem and Mike D break down all of the MLS Cup Playoffs Round 1 action including: - Goal of the week (6:18) - All The Small Things (9:22) - Union v. RBNY recap (18:05) - SKC v. Vancouver (28:49) - NYCFC v. ATL (35:38) - Portland v. MNUFC (44:43) - Nashville v. Orlando SC (52:25) - Seattle v. RSL (1:00:46) Listen, subscribe, rate, and review!
RSL Dir. of Comm Trey Fitz-Gerald joins The Drive to discuss the clubs playoff win over Seattle last night, crazy stats from the match, looking ahead to a matchup with SKC + more
Victor Araiza and Chris Bils sat down to unpack the first round of the 2021 MLS playoffs, plus the upcoming USMNT qualifiers. Upsets, screamers and a memorable penalty shootout in Seattle. 1:08 - USMNT to play in Columbus, Minnesota 2:55 - MLS Playoffs: First Round Reactions 4:15 - RSL pulls the lone upset on penalties 8:11 - Philly beats New York in ET 10:20 - NYCFC suffocates Atlanta United 13:15 - Nashville rocks Orlando City 16:05 - Austin's Khiry Shelton helps SKC beat Vancouver 18:50 - Portland stumps Minnesota, will face Colorado on Thanksgiving 25:10 - Predicting the Conference Semifinals 30:40 - Around the League: Bob Bradley to Toronto FC, Ezra Hendrickson joins Chichago Fire plus updates at Austin FC, FC Dallas and Houston Dynamo
We're in the thick of the MLS Cup Playoffs and things are getting wild! On this episode, Taylor, Joe, and Jordan Angeli team up to analyze Round One, which included six games, a penalty shootout, a game that "set soccer back probably 10 years in terms of style", and a whole bunch of other stuff. We discussed Seattle vs. RSL and Nashville vs. Orlando in detail before getting to Philly vs. the Red Bulls, SKC vs. Vancouver, Portland vs. Minnesota, and NYCFC vs. Atlanta United. Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... Indochino! You can save $50 on any purchase of $399 or more by using code TSS at Indochino.com! Omaze! Enter today to win life-changing prizes and experiences at omaze.com/TSS20. Plus, receive 20 extra entries when you enter code TSS20! Sonos! Head to Sonos.com to learn more about the excellent and all-new Sonos Beam! Harry's Razors! Get the Starter Set (a $13 value) for just $3 at Harrys.com/TSS Papa & Barkley! Go to PapaandBarkleyCBD.com/TSS to get 20% off your first purchase! Canva! Right now, you can get a free 45-day extended trial when go to Canva.me/SOCCER! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tucker Franklin sits down with Sporting Kansas City's in-stadium host Hartzell Gray at the Holladay Distillery Event Center in Weston, MO to talk about SKC's playoff game against the Vancouver Whitecaps. They also talk about his struggles during the pandemic and his other gigs around Kansas City. — Subscribe to the KC Sports Network substack for film reviews, exclusive podcasts, KC Draft guide, discounts and access, giveaways, merch drops and more at https://kcsn.substack.com/subscribe — You can look good while supporting the network by copping some first edition KCSN merch. https://happinameskc.com/team-store/kc-sport-network/
Sporting Kansas City concluded its regular season on Sunday with a 1-0 home loss to Real Salt Lake that dropped SKC to third place in the MLS Western Conference standings. Sporting opens the playoffs against sixth-seeded Vancouver on Nov. 20 in KCK. A disappointing loss to be sure for Sporting, which would have finished in first with a victory. But it was the post-game news conference that made headlines. Sporting coach Peter Vermes went after the officiating crew — and the league — in a major way because officials missed a handball in front of the RSL goal that would've given Sporting a penalty kick; Vermes' ire swelled when the play wasn't reviewed. You'll hear from Vermes on today's episode of our daily sports podcast, SportsBeat KC, as well as soccer reporter Shaun Goodwin. Story links: Mellinger Minutes: Refereeing in the MLS, plus Chiefs, Royals Vermes blasts MLS officiating, rips no-call in Sporting KC game as “black mark” on MLS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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?
RSL/MLS analyst Brian Dunseth joins The Drive to recap MLS decision day, Real Salt Lake's win over SKC in crunch time, Pablo Mastroeni's performance, ownership/coaching updates, a postseason pairing with Seattle + more
Real Salt Lake's Justin Meram on his pregame message to his teammates, a do-or-die win over rival SKC, Pablo Mastroeni at the helm, perspective on the Freddy Juarez departure + more
On this episode, the band gets back together as 10K Chief Good Vibes Officer Ethan Brandt makes his triumphant, brief return to the pod to join the guys in running through their Top 4 November Things. Afterward, Jeremy and Dom break down the latest headlines across Minnesota-Wisconsin soccer! Carl Craig out as Forward Madison manager Minnesota United top SKC 2-1, gear up for season finale at LA Galaxy Struggle Bus of the Week: MLS refereeing MIAC/UMAC Finals set NSIC enters final weekend Elizabeth-Lyle Robbie Stadium named Top 5 women's college soccer stadium St. Thomas men end season on three-game win streak High School State Finals this weekend in Minneapolis ___________________________ 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!
November 3, 2021 Nate talks with Sporting Midfielder Johnny Russell about SKC's last two matches of the year as they chase the #1 seed in the Western Conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're back with a #VictoryPod (sort of)! We break down SKC's win over the LA Galaxy and Johnny Russell's insane form. We also take a look at what went wrong against MNUFC, what happened with Seattle and Colorado, and what Sporting needs to do to take the top spot in the West. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03. No Other Pod merch SALE live now at https://linktr.ee/nootherpod
Sam and James are joined by Cameron of Seattle's Gorilla FC to recap the penultimate week of the MLS Regular Season. MNUFC didn't play Seattle, BUT Cam was in the mood to hate on SKC so he reached out last minute to join the recording. Topics include: Losing @ Vancouver When the Loons Score First... When the Loons Concede First... Winning VS SKC Dunking on SKC If you enjoy the podcast, we encourage you to subscribe, review, and interact with us on Twitter and Facebook @PodLoons. Pod On You Loons! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podloons/message
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.
One more week! The regular season is coming down to the wire. There are 12 teams fighting for seven more playoff spots and a CCL spot at stake. So who handled business in Week 34 and who needs more to have a shot at MLS Cup? Doyle, Gass, Carr and Wiebe dig in! 8:20 - Jordan Morris is back, how does he change the Sounders? 15:51 - LAFC facing a season-defining game 18:48 - Emanuel Reynoso saves Minnesota's season against SKC 27:26 - Is SKC's defense an Achilles heel? 30:40 - RBNY deals Montreal a crushing loss 34:44 - Which team would be the biggest disappointment if they miss the playoffs? 39:03 - Orlando loses out on a key win 47:43 - What's behind D.C.'s crazy number of injuries? 52:23 - San Jose puts a dent in RSL's playoff hopes 58:23 - NYCFC, Taty Castellanos are on fire 1:02:01 - Philly's kids roll Cincinnati 1:05:16 - Atlanta is having issues closing out games 1:12:43 - Mailbag
The Balearic Breaks Show Hosted By Darren Jay & Jazzy Episode Balearic Breaks will host a monthly 2 hour radio show filled with soulful breaks live from Ibiza and every last Saturday of the month hosted by Darren Jay & Jazzy. In this weeks show you can hear music from the likes of: Lenzman, Marigold, Mitekiss, Flowrian, Nu:Tone alongside some unreleased music from the Balearic Breaks Label from Skuff 1 Skuff - Air a soul 2 Anthony Kasper - Suggestions 3 Lady Blackbird - Collage(Calibre remix) 4 Sevin - Swings & Roundabouts 5 Duskee & Disrupta - Sweet Vanilla 6 Joakuim - The Revolution 7 Ivy Lab - Live on your Smile 8 Science of Man - Midnight Blues 9 Larigold - Did you Feel 10 Digital Native - Understated 11 Fearbace - Holding me Closer(Random Movement Remix) 12 Joakuim - 8AM Roller 13 FD - Bottles 14 Mitekiss - Seventeen(Feat Pixie Cola) 15 Aydn - No ride Home 16 Heist - 7 Hoes 17 Flowrian - Bo Dem Caminho 18 Nu:Tone - No Quick Fixes (feat. Pete Simpson) 19 Channell - Less Talk 20 Heist - Ciporin 21 DISRUPTA - WITH ME 22 Nu:Tone - Shift Break 23 Flaco ft Tyler Strauberry - Piragua 24 J:Logic - Repetition Is Key (Original Mix) 25 Syncline - Mr. Everyday 26 Kodan - Rockin You 27 MOTIV - When Your Around 28 Nu:Tone - Instincts (feat. Lea Lea) 29 SKC & Bratwa - Heart Of Love (Loxy & Ink Remix) 30 DubApe -Did You Forget Last Summer 31 Syncline - Round in Circles 32 Lenzman & Danny Sanchez - Gimmie A Sec 33 Childish Gambino - Feels Like Summer (Digital Native Bootleg) 34 Kodan - Forget You 35 Ruth Royall x Makoto - New Love
- 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 and head coach Greg Vanney need a reality check. And an uninspiring loss to Sporting KC may have taught them their most important lesson before their two biggest games of the season. On today's show, host Josh Guesman wants to walk you through all the Galaxy's mistakes against SKC and tell you why they can't afford to make them again. Plus, there's a lot of league news that you're going to want to know before the Galaxy travel to Seattle for some Monday night football. Josh will start with taking apart the Galaxy's loss to SKC and talk about how the stats will make this game closer than it was. Sure Sporting only got two shots on goal, and sure the Galaxy had the same number on their side, but in actuality, the Galaxy got played off the field in this game, and a lot of it has to do with not finding the vertical seams in SKC defense. Plus, Victor Vazquez, Jonathan dos Santos, and Rayan Raveloson were exploited on Wednesday night when the home team was able to pressure them into turnovers. Why did the defense allow two goals? And why do the Galaxy have a big choice to make on Sebastian Lletget? Josh will also look at Designated Players across the league and try and determine if Goals + Assists mean something in the grand scheme of things. Or does it just matter when it matters? We'll explain! And Julian Araujo has been nominated for a bunch of post-season awards, and he's the only player the Galaxy might see win one or two. Plus, we'll be looking at the standings in the Western conference and why we're convinced that the Galaxy will be playing for everything when they face off against Minnesota! Finally, with the Galaxy traveling to Seattle on Sunday, Josh wants to get you ready for the biggest game of the season. Can LA find a way to catch the Sounders unaware? Or will the Galaxy be left to watch the scoreboard through the rest of the week?
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
Alexi Lalas and David Mosse start the show with a look at New England Revolution's recent Supporters' Shield win and answer if the team can translate their regular season success into an MLS Cup (6:00). We then breakdown the insane body slam in the Seattle vs. SKC game and look at the rest of the MLS table as spots shuffle near the impending playoff deadline (20:00). Later, we look at the disastrous Manchester United Liverpool game and answer if Ole can keep his job as head coach. Alexi and Mosse then cover all of the biggest news stories from Europe's top 5 leagues and UEFA Champions League (36:05). The guys answered questions about what kind of outfits are appropriate for a soccer coach, if Alexi would ever coach the USMNT, and what the guys learned from traveling abroad in #AskAlexi (1:05:22). Finally, Alexi ends the show with an ode to Carli Lloyd ahead of her last match with the USWNT (1:27:35). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
- 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. -- If you're a pessimist, you see the LA Galaxy's draw to FC Dallas on Saturday night as two points lost. If you're an optimist, the draw might give the Galaxy the one point they need to make the playoffs. But both sets of people would agree, the next two games are challenging. And getting results against Sporting KC and the Seattle Sounders would mean the Galaxy earn the post-season spot! On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter discuss the Galaxy's pathetic first-half performance against a bottom-dwelling team in the Western Conference, and why Greg Vanney may have gotten it wrong with the players he chose for the starting lineup. And just how important is Julian Araujo to the Galaxy? Newsflash -- very important! Was that a peek at what the Galaxy might be facing once Araujo moves on from Major League Soccer? But Josh and Kevin are keeping their eyes on the Wednesday night matchup with Sporting KC. Kevin thinks the Galaxy are catching KC at the perfect time. And their schedule and the history of games played Children's Mercy Park might lean into that... almost. Josh thinks that getting a point from both KC and Seattle is key to getting into the playoffs. But with the inconsistency of the entire conference, maybe just a win against Minnesota will be enough? Along the way, the guys are talking about an "elite" level performance from Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and why a spurt of goals could make a big ripple for the Galaxy and for the Golden Boot. Josh even has a chart for you to look at or something. Finally, the guys preview the Wednesday night matchup, why the Galaxy will be missing another defender, and why SKC might be down a goalkeeper and their leading scorer. There's a lot to discuss, and we're delighted you could join us!
The boys share their thoughts on Liverpool's thrashing of Man Utd as the temperature of Ole's seat continues to rise. Plus, Real Madrid triumph in El Clasico, Tim Melia and SKC literally take down the Sounders and Andrew gives his "Ted Lasso" season 2 review.
The boys share their thoughts on Liverpool's thrashing of Man Utd as the temperature of Ole's seat continues to rise. Plus, Real Madrid triumph in El Clasico, Tim Melia and SKC literally take down the Sounders and Andrew gives his "Ted Lasso" season 2 review.
Sporting KC didn't capitalize on the chance to make up points on Seattle. What went wrong? We break down the Vancouver game, make some predictions for Seattle this weekend, and debate what makes a successful season for SKC. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03. Get your No Other Pod merch at https://linktr.ee/nootherpod
Charean Williams, Mother Football, joined the guys to recap week 6 of the NFL season. Started off with the Seahawks and how they look with RW3 on the sidelines. She has never seen anything like it before. He was probably as involved as Geno Smith was in the game. He is trying to do his part while being out. She thinks Cam Newton makes perfect sense for them. Though, it might not make sense for Cam. He would want to go somewhere that isn't temporary. They needed to do it last week after he got hurt. Talked about Dallas and their injured QB. They need to make sure he is fit so it doesn't come back to bight them. John Shannon, Monday regular joined Matt and Blake and started off by chatting about the broadcast quality for the NHL's new American partners. Says that when they paid as much as they did they have a right to try new things but that existing methods are tried and true. Talked about Evander Kane and his 21 game suspension. Also about his thoughts on Travis Hamonic and his situation. Says the Canucks can't even legally talk about his vaccination status. You take the team for their word and move on. Talked about the salary cap. Referenced Luongo's contract that the Canucks are still paying. It hasn't been a smooth ride from the start of the cap era but thinks that they've got almost every loop-hole closed. Talked about Tampa Bay and their familiar problems on the injury front. John says he doesn't think Tampa is panicking. Even though they aren't as deep as they were last year. Jeff Paterson joined the show in his usual slot to talk about the Canucks. Started off by saying they haven't scored first in any of their games. Says they may need to win a face off for starters. They are dead last in the league right now. EP40 can't be a legitimate first line centre if he continues at 25% in the circle. Talked about the special teams. Team has given up a PP goal in each of their three games. Talked to what Tyler Motte brings to the PK. Was hoping that we would have seen him sometime this trip. Jeff's hunch is that we won't see him as he isn't with the team currently. Talked about Hamonic and his leave of absence. Something doesn't pass the smell test with the word “temporary”. Says we are going down the same road as last year. He was dreadful to start the season. The radio voice of the Vancouver Whitecaps, Corey Basso joined Matt and Blake after another big win by the team over SKC. Talked about the roller coaster of a season it has been. Says he doesn't know if it would be the same if they didn't come back to BC Place and were still in Salt Lake. One can only wonder what the season would have looked like had they been here the entire time. Talked about the team being in lock-step with those teams around them. Talked about Russell Teibert. There has been some criticism of him but when he scores, they are big goals. Ran through the schedule and how it could play out. Talked about Vanni Sartini and if he has a shot at the permanent job. Says that he has a different approach than that of Dos Santos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There's no Sporting KC game this week, but we break down the news about Felipe Hernandez's suspension, talk about what Alan Pulido's injury means for SKC for the rest of the season and in the playoffs, and discuss how the USMNT's recent performances reflect on Gregg Berhalter. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03. Get your No Other Pod merch at https://linktr.ee/nootherpod
We didn't plan on doing a show where Thad gets upset and rants about the Trinidad & Tobago match four years after the fact... but here we are! Sporting KC has fallen five points behind the Sounders, but they've got one more chance to reel them in. After failing to assist SKC in taking down Seattle, the Vancouver Whitecaps are next up on Sunday. The USMNT's loss to Panama was a shock after several strong showings. Will we ever ever over the T&T game? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
10-5-21 Nate Bukaty and Aly Trost have a packed show for red-hot SKC. USWNT Coach Vlatko Adonovski and SKC Manager Peter Vermes are guests. Plus, the club's in-stadium host Hartzell Gray jumps on to break down his media game victory. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have a huge episode this week with a double #VictoryPod where we talk about the huge wins over FC Dallas and the Houston Dynamo, but we also talk to the one and only Seth Sinovic! We cover everything from Seth's great SKC career, his thoughts on the evolution of MLS, how much Peter yelled at him, and if he was mad that so many people tried to take his job! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03. Get your No Other Pod merch at https://linktr.ee/nootherpod
The Marco Ferruzzi era continues with 2 FC Dallas home matches against SKC and Minnesota. Your full DSS crew breaks down what they saw in these two matches, player performances, and what adjustments the new coach is starting to make. Tristan, Nico, Dustin and Jonathan go thru performances for the club including a MOTM performance...
TBT veteran Ben Gartland joins the show. Daniel Salloi keeps doing it every week and it's time to wonder if he really has a shot at winning MLS MVP. Carlos Gil ain't got nothing on him. We wonder why a 4-2 win over Houston doesn't feel as good as it should. Is the SKC defense strong enough to win a trophy this year? We also talk about the strikers. And whether or not they want to score. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Big changes in Cincy. Jaap Stam is out and FCC is one again looking for a fresh start. Andrew Wiebe, David Gass, and Matt Doyle break down what Cincinnati needs in a new GM, a new coach, and what there is to work with on the roster. The guys also discuss the most overrated playoff team, whether there's cause for concern with Orlando, and what's happening with the playoff bubble teams. Enjoy the start of fall and listen in! 3:50 - Is the Western Conference better than the East? 8:27 - Who is the most overrated playoff team? 12:51 - New England chasing history update 22:00 - Should Orlando be concerned heading into the playoffs? 28:29 - What did Portland prove in their blowout win? 40:24 - Sounders get a huge win over SKC 48:12 - Jaap Stam out in Cincy, how should the club approach the next hire? 57:14 - Are Columbus finally finding their form? 59:12 - Playoff bubble watch 1:08:33 - Is another year in MLS the best path for Ricardo Pepi? 1:15:58 - Mailbag
Hope everyone had a fantastic and safe holiday weekend after LAFC kicked started things into overdrive on Friday night. Four goals against the second-best team in the Western Conference is a great result even before you consider all the extras around this match. Mamadou Fall has officially made himself known in the league with an MLS Team of the Week performance and two goals. We had the pleasure of having Mamadou join us to talk about both goals and his incredible celebration amongst the 3252. Max and Vince dive into the tactics that helped LAFC control much of the match and another star performer on the night - Bryce Duke. Playing in a free role behind the strikers, Bryce was pivotal on the night. Max and Vince bring the midfielder on to talk about his play against SKC and how the Las Vegas Lights has kept him sharp. All that and more on a new episode of the Inside LAFC: Max + Vince Podcast. Please share, rate, and review! Rundown: We're At LAFC Training - 0:00 Training Missing Someone - 2:49 Picking Up The Team - 4:58 Big Goals, Big Player - 10:55 Bryce Duke Joins The Show - 21:49 Mamadou Fall Joins The Show - 31:52
Well, that did not go as planned. The Sporting KC game against LAFC was not pretty in any way, but we do our best to walk through it and give our thoughts. We also talk about what SKC needs to do Saturday vs. Chicago and our thoughts on the disappointing USMNT results in the World Cup Qualifiers. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @NoOtherPod, @DanKooser, and @JCMack03. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code NOOTHERPOD at MANSCAPED.com #ad #manscapedpod Merch: https://linktr.ee/nootherpod
In Los Angeles, it's not the leaves changing color, or a crispness in the air, or even the smell of pumpkin spice in every Starbucks and Trader Joe's that signal the coming of fall in 2021. This year, it's the sound of the 3252 roaring as our own Defender of the Banc, Mamadou Fall, scores a brace at the Banc to give LAFC its biggest win of 2021! It's Episode 165, the first of the post-Diego Rossi era, and it's Fall!The first 17 minutes-plus gave no indication of the season change that was coming. SKC dominated long stretches of the early part of the match, but LAFC's defense played well. In the 18th minute, LAFC earns a corner, taken by Eduard Atuesta. A perfect corner finds Mamadou Fall, the 18-year old Senegalese defender who has been a beacon of light on the rough seas of the 2021 season. Rising above the defense, Fall heads it cleanly into the back of the net to give LAFC a bit of a shock lead, 1-0. LAFC would hold serve through the first half and head to the locker room up a goal. In the second half, Red Card Roger reared his head once again, as Roger Espinoza is shown red for an unintentional-but-awful looking on Chicho Arango, and SKC was shook. Latif earns LAFC a free kick at the hour mark, and the pair of Atuesta and Fall were back at it! Off the set piece, Mamadou gets on the end of another perfect ball, heading it across goal for a brace and a two-goal lead for LAFC! 10 minutes later, Duke, Moose, and Chicho link up for LAFC's third, and it looked like the lead was finally safe from our 80th minute curse. Just to be sure, Eduard Atuesta buried a Musovski-earned PK in the 85th minute to put the Black and Gold up 4, and the party was on at the Banc!Also on this episode, Jordan Harvey gets some burn, Filly rants about the haters, and Scarf remembers Tommy Mark on the 3rd anniversary of his sudden passing. Of course, there's This Day In LAFC History, a rundown of our boys on international duty, and a short prayer to prevent injuries during kickball. We hope you enjoy Episode 165 almost as much as our incredible victory over Sporting!
Welcome to Episode 201 of the Heart of LAFC Podcast! We've got you covered as we review the latest edition of our showdown with Carson, show some love for Diego Rossi, and preview a challenging match against SKC. Stay Golden Los Angeles!
September 2, 2021 Steven and Nate are joined by Sporting KC Defender Graham Zusi to talk about the latest with SKC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
August 26, 2021 Steven and Nate are joined by Sporting KC Defender Graham Zusi to talk about the latest with SKC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Assistant Coach of Sporting Kansas City, Kerry Zavagnin joins the show alongside regular contributors Callum Williams and Kyndra de St. Aubin to preview this Saturday's matchup against SKC at Allianz Field. The Match Preview Show is presented by Great Clips.
Alexi and Mosse open the show with the latest MLS news which includes, a recap of Sunday's Portland Timbers vs. Seattle Sounders rivalry game, an explanation of where NYCFC ranks in Alexi's Top 5 MLS teams, Atlanta United's new coaching hire Gonzalo Pineda, and NYRB's struggle for relevancy (08:40). They then look at the Leagues Cup competition and question the lineup choices SKC head coach Peter Vermes made in his 6-1 defeat vs. Leon at the Leagues Cup. Then the guys move to Concacaf Champions League to breakdown Philadelphia Union's loss to America and answer the age old question, will we ever see an MLS team win the competition (33:03). We then run through all of the European soccer news, Pulisic's goal at Chelsea, Joe Scally's Bundesliga debut, Messi's PSG saga, and so much more in the European Roundup (44:12). Questions about how the USMNT's style of play in the Gold Cup and Nation's League left fans concerned about the future of the team, David Ochoa's decision to commit to Mexico, and what the soccer equivalent of the Field of Dreams baseball game would be are all answered in #AskAlexi (1:00:53). Finally, Alexi ends the show with a celebration of Carli Lloyd's decorated career as she announces her retirement from soccer in another remote edition of the State of the Union Podcast (1:18:52). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gonzalo Pineda to Atlanta United! Leagues Cup lows and highs! Hernan Losada explains how he's transformed D.C. United! It's a been a busy week, and Andrew, Charlie and David do their best to run down all the news and action and also prepare you for the weekend. 2:15 - Quick CCL Prediction for America - Philadelphia 4:26 - Is Gonzalo Pineda the right hire for Atlanta United? 22:43 - Why has LAFC struggled so much this season? 30:53 - How Minnesota can keep their great run of form going against the LA Galaxy 42:24 - SKC gets rolled in Leagues Cup, did Peter Vermes make the right choice with the lineup? 49:36 - Seattle dominates Tigres, are they about to go on ANOTHER second-half run? 58:38 - Interview: Hernan Losada on how he's transformed D.C. United 1:20:11 - ESPN+ Games of the Week 1:23:31 - Mailbag
The Royals-Yankees game on Monday was one for the books. All zeroes on the line score through six innings, and all runs for both teams every inning after that. The Yankees prevailed 8-6 in 11, blowing four leads along the way. It was a gritty effort by both teams. We talk about the game, and the emergence of starting pitcher Carols Hernandez plus several other topics, in this edition of The Star's daily sports podcast, SportsBeat KC. The show started as a SportsBeat Live stream Tuesday morning with beat wrtier Lynn Worthy, columnist Sam Mellinger and host Blair Kerkhoff. Also, why is Mike Matheny going with a six-man rotation? And although the Royals are not in the postseason hunt, some players are making strong cases to be part of this team's future. Story links: Royals rally from behind in 4 straight innings but lose in 11 to Yankees Mellinger Minutes: Nicky Lopez, Big 12 mistakes, awesome SKC and football superspreaders Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices