It's International Daryl Grove Day! We honor our colleague's memory with some happy remarks and a spirited round of The Wikipedia Game, and then it's on to the Weekend Review. If you'd like to support the recipient of the community service award given in Daryl's honor, you can head here: Richmond Conexiones They are a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization here in Richmond that designs its programs according to the needs and interests of the mostly Latinx immigrant residents in Southwood apartments and southside Richmond. _____ On this episode, Taylor, Ryan, Graham, and Joe chat about City's win over a strong West Ham team, Manchester United's decision to hire Ralf Rangnick on an interim basis, Real Madrid's win over Sevilla in La Liga, the USL Championship Final, MLS playoffs, Copa Libertadores, and much more. Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... Better Help! TSS listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/TSS! Policygenius! Policygenius makes it easy to compare quotes from over a dozen top insurers all in one place. Head to Policygenius.com to get started today! Artifact! Start making an instant heirloom for your family or best friend at heyartifact.com/TSS to save 20 dollars on your first Artifact! HelloFresh! Go to HelloFresh.com/TSS14 and use code TSS14 for up to 14 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Credit Karma! Head to Credit Karma.com/LoanOffers to see personalized offers with your Approval Odds right now! Omaze! Enter today to win life-changing prizes and experiences at omaze.com/TSS20. Plus, receive 20 extra entries when you enter code TSS20! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rick Stroud is in Indianapolis where the Buccaneers defeated the Colts 38-31 as the Bucs defense forces 5 turnovers and Leonard Fournette scored 4 TDs in the win. Plus Michigan dominates Ohio State, USF fails just short against UCF, Florida beats Florida State, Rays sign Wander Franco through 2031 and Corey Kluber for 1-year, Lightning honor Yanni Gourde and the Rowdies lose 3-1 in the USL Championship. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
(00:00-08:41) - Greg Rakestraw is back with another edition of Soccer Saturday and opens the show by recapping last week's show, touches on the concept of today's show, and catches you up on what is happening in the USL Championship. (11:43-25:03) - As tradition continues around Thanksgiving, Greg brings back a conversation he had with an author. The first interview Rake replays is his conversation with author Roger Bennett of Reborn in the USA: An Englishman's Love Letter to His Chosen Home. Bennett explains the feedback that he has received since his book was published on June 29th of this year, jokes about how he had to write a book about England to end their curse for the UEFA European Championship, and tells some backstories from England and his time in the USA. (28:04-37:23) - Author of Secrets Of Success: Insights From Megan Rapinoe's World-Class Soccer Career in Meg Linehan was the second conversation that Rake replays on today's show. Linehan shared what she learned about Megan Rapinoe while she was researching her before putting the book together, how much longer she thinks Rapinoe will be professionally be playing soccer, and updated you on how the new expansion team in Racing Louisville FC is coming along. (40:25-51:34) - The final best-of interview author edition of Soccer Saturday is author Rob Goldman of The Sisterhood: The 99ers and the Rise of US Women's Soccer from a couple weeks ago where he explained why right now was the write time to write a book about the 1999 World Cup team, what it was like talking with Tony Dicicco in the latter stages of his life, and which player on the team that isn't talked about enough from that team. (54:35-57:19) - Today's show concludes with Rake teasing some Indy Eleven conversations that he will be having next week and quickly previews all the latest local soccer matches that are coming up within the next week.
In this episode, Mike Watts, John Morrissey and Matthew Cox join the podcast to recap the two conference finals matches this past Saturday - Tampa Bay Rowdies vs Louisville City FC & Orange County SC vs San Antonio FC. Enjoy!
Big show of local Detroit sports with Fletcher Sharpe. - The Bleeder at Little Caesars, as LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart get suspensions. - Bill Maher says the Lions should lose the Thanksgiving game. Is he right? Would be a message to send to the Ford ownership to get the ship together? - Fletcher outlines his thoughts on Mel Tucker's monster possible contract. Is the beginning of MSU's run at being the elite football school in Michigan and eventually challenging Ohio State? - Detroit City FC beat the Michigan Stars 3-2 in the final match of the season. - The USL Championship (the league Detroit City FC is in) has signed a deal to be in a video game, eFootball by Konami. Might we be able to play at a digital Keyworth? - The USFL returns. We discuss the possibilities and the improvements we'd like to make to the Michigan Panthers logo. Just one thing.
(00:00-04:07) - Greg Rakestraw is back with another version of Soccer Saturday and opens today's show by recapping last night's United States Men's National Team victory over Mexico, reminds you about what the criterion is for each country to make the World Cup, and previews today's guest lineup. (07:10-19:38) - Goalkeeper of the Indy Eleven in Jordan Farr joins Rake on Soccer Saturday this week to explain how everything went down with him going on loan to San Antonio FC, if he knows all the names of the players in the locker room, and what it's like looking down at his San Antonio FC uniform and not seeing the Indy Eleven logo. (22:39-35:16) - Lead analyst of the USL Championship and a good friend of the show in Devon Kerr joins Greg Rakestraw on today's installment of Soccer Saturday to detail the fallout of Phoenix Rising throughout the course of the season, how weird it is seeing Jordan Farr between the goal posts for San Antonio FC, and gives his opinion on who has the best chance at beating the Tampa Bay Rowdies. (38:17-50:16) - The final guest on today's show is author Rob Goldman of The Sisterhood: The 99ers and the Rise of US Women's Soccer to explain why right now was the write time to write a book about the 1999 World Cup team, what it was like talking with Tony Dicicco in the latter stages of his life, and which player on the team that isn't talked about enough from that team. (53:17-57:30) - Rake closes out today's edition of Soccer Saturday by thanking today's guests, takes a look at where the collegiate soccer divisions are at in their season along with some notes, and previews what will be coming your way on the show next week.
It's official. Le Rouge is part of the USL Championship. So what does that mean? What are some of the details of the deal? Keyworth? And of course, fans have questions about the product on the field. That and more is broken down by Fletcher Sharpe. Programming note: To honor our Veterans and to honor our promise to ourselves to take breaks on Federal Holidays, no episode tomorrow. See you on Friday.
In this episode we've invited some friends (Harry Austin - SA Soccer RoundTable, Edson Ochoa - Down in the Valley Podcast and Aaron Lawson & Peter Bloom - RootsBlog) to help us preview the 2nd round of the USL Championship Western Conference playoffs. We also discuss Orange County SC's win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks, discuss Richard Chaplow being named head coach on a multi-year deal and talk about Detroit City FC joining the USL Championship. Enjoy!
Today's feature conversation with Shianne previews Decked Out Detroit, the holiday market in Cadillac Square. More: https://deckedoutdetroit.com/ Plus - plans move forward for a new transit center at the State Fairground; Rashida Tlaib will have a Democratic primary challenger in Shri Thanadar; and breaking is the news Detroit City FC will move to the USL Championship. More on that in tomorrow's show.
The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: Barca appointed Xavi as new manager on a two year contract. Antonio Conte named new Spurs managers. Newcastle hires Eddie Howe. This manager job is a revolving door business innit. Ole is next.Not Cool Moment of the Week: A fan shouted homophobic abuse and made obscene gestures at Manchester United match was fined. Witnesses told a court he shouted homophobic abuse at the match referee, before making gestures obviously “mimicking disability”Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: MLS PLAYOFFS. Also a major goof by one referee.Female Intended Play: NWSL PLAYOFFS. The legend Carli Lloyed played her last match on Sunday. Gotham FC were eliminated from the playoffs after a 1-0 loss to Chicago Red Stars. San Diego's new NWSL teamRemember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
In this AthMindset episode, Lisa Bonta Sumii, LCSW, CSW, shares space with Nana Attakora. Nana is a Canadian former soccer player. He was most recently a team captain for the Oakland Roots of the USL Championship before retiring to become the assistant manager for the Roots where he currently holds that position. Nana also played ... Read more The post AthMindset | Soccer Raised Me with Nana Attakora appeared first on SportsEpreneur.
Big rumors broke today about Detroit City FC leaving NISA and possibly going to the USL Championship. This could have major implications for the team and the region as stepping up will bring in more fans, more revenue, more TV coverage and change up who they're playing after eight titles. Fletcher Sharpe (@saintfdw on Twitter) joins me to do some bold speculation ahead of possible news later this week.
(00:00-05:50) - The first off-season edition of Soccer Saturday with Greg Rakestraw is underway where he breaks down Jordan Farr's playing situation with San Antonio FC and previews the conversations that he will have today with guests Mike Watts, Carlos Zavaleta, and John Higgins. (08:52-22:59) - Voice of the USL Championship in Mike Watts joins Rake on Soccer Saturday this week to give a breakdown of the teams that are competing in the USL Playoffs, where the Indy Eleven is currently at heading into 2022, and calls the Indy Eleven head coaching job as one of the top jobs in the entire USL. (26:00-38:32) - The father or Eriq Zavaleta in Carlos Zavaleta joins Greg Raketraw on Soccer Saturday following his Brebeuf Jesuit Braves first ever IHSAA state title in soccer to explains what being at Brebeuf Jesuit special in comparison to coaching club soccer, how soccer ended up leading him from El Salvador to the United States, and when he realized that his son Eriq would have the ability to represent El Salvador's Men's National Team. (41:34-50:39) - Head Coach of the men's soccer team at the University of Indianapolis in John Higgins joins Greg Rakestraw to explain the consistent success his team has had this season, how he balanced seniors returning following last year in connection to bringing in freshman, and the legacy that is building between the Steinwasher family and the the soccer program. (53:40-56:37) - Greg Rakestraw closes out today's show with important news and notes surrounding the roster for the United States Men's National Team and what happened this week in the Premier and Champions League.
Tim & Brodee talked about Memphis 901 FC's extended run of form, earning the club a USL Championship playoff berth while securing 3rd place in their division. Hear from the gaffer himself, Head Coach Ben Pirmann as he reflects on the big win over FC Tulsa & looks ahead to the rest of the season. Support the show: https://podcave.app/subscribe/my-3-subs-a-soccer-odyssey-mqdxzscg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Wednesday with Ian and Jay, we had a fun four hours of back and forth, and then some, especially with Lightning Insider Erik Erlendsson who was nice enough to be in-studio to discuss Tuesday's Lightning win over the Penguins and more. We also previewed the Buccaneers-Saints with Terrance Copper of the Bleav in Saints podcast, and Tampa Bay Rowdies defender Forrest Lasso as the team gets ready for the USL Championship playoffs! Plus, we play the Birthday Challenge, On This Day in Sports History, Halftime Heat, Pick to Click and MORE!
On The updated list of Podcasts by Major League Soccer as this show is recommended by the league. https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2016/11/23/guide-mls-podcasts-updated Watch my interview with Josh Taylor who attends Full Sail University on my Soccer coverage career. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdht3gw9pYc&feature=emb_logo Ranked in Feedspots Top 30 MLS Podcasts to follow in 2020. https://blog.feedspot.com/mls_podcasts/ On tonight's show, my guests are a former professional footballer and now in a broadcasting career on the CONCACAF World Feed and USL Championship analyst Lloyd Sam discussing his new venture and how popular he has gotten in the American Soccer community. Austin FC beat writer Eric Goodman of the Austin Chronicle joins me as his question to head Coach Josh Wolff was not taken well after a 4-0 road loss at the San Jose Earthquakes. Then Sam Minton of The Bent Musket at SB Nation discusses the first Supporters Shield victory for the New England Revolution Red Bulls recap:: I will be discussing the road victory at the Columbus Crew.
The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: New developments in the Mauro Icardo soap opera. Ole Gunner on the chopping block. Who will succeed him?? Crystal Palace's Tifo game is strong! Joshua Kimmich isn't vaccinated as it turns out. wtf. And FIFA are touring North America for host cities in 2026 World Cup. We wonder where the final will be held. Not Cool Moment of the Week: Paul Scholes has been teased on social media after his daughter posted a video of him appearing to chew her toenails. The caption read “true love".Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: Sporting KC's Goalkeeper lays a ROCK BOTTOM on Cristian Roldan. New England Revolution won the Supporters ShieldFemale Intended Play: Angel City FC announce revenue-sharing plan with their players; England and Northern Ireland players in harassment solidarity gesture at Wembley; NWSL Playoff push.Remember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
New Mexico United is in a fight in the Mountain Division and needed full points to stay on paceWe look at the highlights plus look at the weekend in the review/preview segment
New Mexico United is in a fight in the Mountain Division and needed full points to stay on paceWe look at the highlights plus look at the weekend in the review/preview segment
Coming at you with the late Tuesday drop! The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: We dive right into this Mauro Icardi scandal. Wanda Nara asks Icardi for a divorce... and he responds by threatening to leave PSG. The saga started on Saturday when Wanda Nara deleted all traces of Icardi from her Instagram and accused him of infidelity, having supposed been involved with actress China Suarez shared photos of himself and his wife on Sunday and wished her a happy mother's day, which was being celebrated in Argentina, but this doesn't appear to have worked. There could be more developments in the Wanda Nara soap opera ( we sure hope so).Not Cool Moment of the Week: Newcastle United fan who suffered cardiac arrest recovering and responsiveAcross the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: MLS Eastern Conference playoff race is turning into a tight one.Female Intended Play: Just like the MLS Eastern Conference, NWSL is super tight. Except for Orlando Pride. They're out lolRemember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
On The updated list of Podcasts by Major League Soccer as this show is recommended by the league. https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2016/11/23/guide-mls-podcasts-updated Watch my interview with Josh Taylor who attends Full Sail University on my Soccer coverage career. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdht3gw9pYc&feature=emb_logo Ranked in Feedspots Top 30 MLS Podcasts to follow in 2020. https://blog.feedspot.com/mls_podcasts/ On tonight's show, I will be chatting with Araceli Villanueva from Challenger Pitch covering Sporting KC, KC Woso discussing the stories of the NWSL scandal and the updates on where the league is going. Updated Scores of the 2nd round of US Open Cup qualifying and then discussing the Red Bulls 7th consecutive unbeaten match with a win over NYCFC in the Hudson River Derby.
For episode 2 of Season 6 Robert is joined by a Colorado Springs Switchback's Soccer Player. Rony Argueta is an American soccer player who plays as a midfielder for Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC in the USL Championship. On this podcast Rony shares his story with falling in love with the sport of soccer and the ups and downs that he's seen throughout his career. He also shares some great advice about being a team player and carrying a spirit of positivity through thick and thin. This is an incredible conversation between two avid sports fans that delves into the psychology of success. Find Rony: https://www.instagram.com/ronyargueta_ Sponsored by Element Kombucha (Use Code 'RPG11' To Save 11% At Checkout) https://elementkombucha.com/ Visit our Shop: https://SheathUnderwear.com Use code 'RPG' for 20% off storewide Show Notes:
On Friday, Ian and Jay welcome Tampa Bay Rowdies coach Neill Collins, who has his team on the brink of earning the top seed in the USL Championship, needing only five points over the next four games, starting tonight at Al Lang Stadium against the New York Red Bulls II. He says the goal for now is to get as many points as they can in order to stay atop the table.
Devon and Special Guest Gary Bailey sit down to discuss the final playoff push for the USL Championship.Website - http://3honestlads.buzzsprout.com/iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/3-honest-lads/id1458149870Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3MSTzMotppfRN9ewUSpGCUStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/3-honest-ladsGoogle Podcasts - https://bit.ly/2wDv27tPandora - https://www.pandora.com/podcast/3-honest-lads/PC:36043Follow the Lads:Twitter - https://twitter.com/3honestladsYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2rzQOj-K8DXy3-YirtTAwFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/3HonestLadsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/3honestlads/
Devon and Special Guest Joe Malfa discuss the past couple of weeks of the USL Championship and preview the coming weekend.Website - http://3honestlads.buzzsprout.com/iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/3-honest-lads/id1458149870Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3MSTzMotppfRN9ewUSpGCUStitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/3-honest-ladsGoogle Podcasts - https://bit.ly/2wDv27tPandora - https://www.pandora.com/podcast/3-honest-lads/PC:36043Follow the Lads:Twitter - https://twitter.com/3honestladsYoutube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2rzQOj-K8DXy3-YirtTAwFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/3HonestLadsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/3honestlads/
WE'RE BACK after our 2 week hiatus! Pro Tip: 2-3 nights in Las Vegas is more than enough. The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future -- gotta see wassup with this delta variant) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: "Ted Lasso" and the EPL reach a licensing deal. It's a little late but welcomed of course. Neymar went viral poking fun at the mass social media outage of 2021. Liverpool fans and Manchester United fans got some reprioritizing to do. UEFA and women's leagues across Europe have joined forces to criticise FIFA's proposal to hold men's and women's World Cups every two years.Not Cool Moment of the Week: Absolutely bombshell revelations that longtime NWSL coach Paul Riley plied multiple players on his teams with alcohol and engaged in sexual coercion and harassment, in addition to more harassment concerning players' weight and sexuality.Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: USMNT Qualifiers: Who made the cut and who didn't. Carlos Bocanegra inducted into Hall of Fame. NE Revolution clinch MLS Eastern ConferenceFemale Intended Play: See "Not Cool Moment of the week". Only made sense to primarily focus the NWSL this week. We stand in solidarity with the players of the league. Remember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
On The updated list of Podcasts by Major League Soccer as this show is recommended by the league. https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2016/11/23/guide-mls-podcasts-updated Watch my interview with Josh Taylor who attends Full Sail University on my Soccer coverage career. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdht3gw9pYc&feature=emb_logo Ranked in Feedspots Top 30 MLS Podcasts to follow in 2020. https://blog.feedspot.com/mls_podcasts/ Tonight my intro monologue will discuss the NWSL Scandal that broke during the week. My guest will be Boston Brazell of Cincy Soccer Talk as FC Cincinnati sacks another head coach in Jaap Stam, previewing the UsMNT World Cup Qualifying matches and roster. RBNY segment recapping the draw against Philadelphia & the win at Cincinnati.
The Mountain Division is getting topsy-turvy as they try and figure out the fourth spot in the playoffs and it's New Mexico making the noise...We look back at their home win at The Lab vs RGV and get you ready for the weekend
Jay Heaps is an American former professional soccer player who is currently the President and General Manager of Alabama-based USL Championship team Birmingham Legion FC. Following four years as a double-athlete at Duke University - he competed with both the Men's soccer team and Men's basketball team (under Coach K) and won the Hermann Trophy (best college soccer player) - Jay made the transition to professional soccer in the MLS beginning at Miami Fusion. After two seasons there, where he won MLS Rookie of the year, Jay moved to New England Revolution, where he spent the rest of his playing career making a total of 243 appearances. In addition, Jay earned 4 US men's national team caps, all coming in the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Since retiring from soccer in 2009, Jay wasted no time in pursuing careers off the field. He spent two years at Morgan Stanley as a private wealth manager before heading back to soccer as manager of the New England Revolution, where he remained until 2017. Jay Heaps (@JayHeaps722) talks to Markus Fjørtoft (@markusfjortoft) and Ciaran McKenna (@ciaranmckenna8) about an extraordinary career molded by both natural and applied excellence. Jay's innate talent coupled with an extreme competitiveness has allowed him to succeed as both a player, coach, wall street wealth manager, and now in the dual role as President and General Manager at newly-started USL Championship team Birmingham Legion. Impressive is an understatement, and we're thrilled to share this episode with you!Follow BroPod on Twitter @BroPod1 and Facebook. Feel free to subscribe and review our podcast on iTunes and/or Spotify. #beother
It's a look back at a crazy game in the Pacific Division from last week with LA Galaxy II and Phoenix Rising plus a preview of the weekend in the USL Championship as the race for the 4th playoff spot tightens across the board
Orlando City did not have a good week and we'd quite frankly rather not talk about it. However, since that's literally what we do, we didn't have a lot of choice in the matter and instead ranted a bit about the effort shown by the Lions in a rivalry match on the road in Atlanta last Friday. We struggled to find a Man of the Match but in the end we came up with our picks, but only begrudgingly. There was also transfer news this week as David Loera went out on loan to Phoenix in the USL Championship. The Orlando Pride got off to another slow start but then jumped on Racing Louisville and with all three attacking stars — Sydney Leroux, Marta, and Alex Morgan — getting on the scoresheet, it was a night to remember for the club's NWSL team. We would happily take a few more three-goal games from the Pride, who haven't exactly lit up the scoreboard in 2021. That said, the Pride are in an excellent spot with five matches left to play. Let's see if Becky Burleigh can get the team over the finish line while remaining above the playoff line. The USWNT called up Morgan, and hopefully Stars & Stripes will return her in better condition this time than they did after the Olympics. This week's mailbag asked about some Ted Lasso stuff, whether our listeners jinxed Mason Stajduhar, and unsung heroes for the Lions and the Pride. 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. We close the show with our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City vs. CF Montreal and for Sunday's trip to take on the Philadelphia Union. That's all for this week. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 263 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City was bad on Friday but the Lions also didn't look particularly excited in a rivalry match-up against Atlanta. It showed on the scoreboard. 25:24 - The Pride sent Louisvlle back home with no points and you love to see it. 43:02 - We answer our listener mail and give our predictions for the Lions vs. Montreal and Orlando City at Philly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
WE'RE BACK FOR SEASON 4! The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future -- gotta see wassup with this delta variant) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: Ronaldo started and scored. Whoda thought? Literally everyone. Geordies had a special song for the lad, and there was a banner flown over the stadium calling him out. More men called out on their bullshit: Mendy trial date set; Jerome Boateng found guilty on domestic violence; Chelsea fan under investigation for sectarian abuseNot Cool Moment of the Week: 18 year old Harvey Elliott was hurt during Liverpool's 3-0 win against Leeds United on Sunday, with the club confirming he will have to undergo surgery. The game was halted shortly before the hour when Elliott, who has become a member of Liverpool's first-team this season, was hurt in a challenge by Leeds player Pascal Struijk. Jurgen Klopp said after the game that he had been told Elliott's ankle had been dislocated.Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: Ricardo Pepi is on Serie A clubs' radar? We go over USMNT's recent run of form in qualifiers. What do we need to improve? Plus, all that drama surrounding Mckennie...Female Intended Play: NWSL declared Sunday's match between the Washington Spirit and the OL Reign a forfeit "due to breaches of the league's medical protocols by the Spirit."; Players have criticised the decision to hold their Championship match on an artificial turf pitch at 9am. NWSL announced Providence Park in Portland would host the fixture on November 20th, with a kick-off time of 9am. The news sparked anger among NWSL players and beyond; UEFA Women's Champions League group stage draw made.Remember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️
The division races are tightening in some places and widening in others...Memphis 901FC scored twice very late to draw into the discussion in the Central...catch those highlights and get ready for another busy weekend in USL Championship...
Oakland Roots are unbeaten in their last 6 heading to a big road match in Tampa Bay against the Rowdies... Center Back Emrah Klimenta visits to talk about playing for his home town club and which Raider he thinks of himself the most like...We also get your ready for your weekend!
WE'RE BACK FOR SEASON 4! The Full Kit Wankers connect via Zoom (for the foreseeable future -- gotta see wasp with this delta variant) for another socially distant weekly episode! Hot soccer goss: Ronaldo back to Man U. Wow, I didn't see that one coming. Can deadline day top that?! Doesn't look like like. Some big links finally confirmed nonetheless. Not Cool Moment of the Week: Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has been remanded in custody after appearing in court on Friday, charged with four counts of rape and one count of sexual assault. Mendy will remain in custody until the next trial date on September 10. Manchester City said the club had suspended the player pending an investigation.Across the pond we got our usual Premier League recap. We go over the rest of the weekend fixtures. La Liga /Bundesliga/ Serie A/ Ligue 1 roundups!In our own Backyard: Christian Pulisic cleared coronavirus protocol and participated in national team workouts Monday, three days before the Americans' World Cup qualifying opener in El Salvador. Forward Tim Weah is hurt and will miss the United States' opening three World Cup qualifiers.Female Intended Play: OL Reign set new NWSL attendance record. Co-owners of NWSL's Spirit fight for control after abuse allegations against coach. Fans are protesting current Washington Spirit co-owner Steve Baldwin, who hired former head coach Richie BurkeRemember, stay safe out there FKWs and remember you've got subs if you need 'em! ⚽️