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Seeing Red: Episode 177

Seeing Red: Episode 177

New York drops two more points at home against a poor San Jose team. What can the Red Bulls do to turn it around? Marc de Grandpre, RBNY Head of Business Operations, joins the show to discuss marketing, ticket sales, and improving the Red Bull Arena experience in his first visit on Seeing Red. An Arsenal preview and a your email round out the show.

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Seeing Red: Episode 177

New York drops two more points at home against a poor San Jose team. What can the Red Bulls do to turn it around? Marc de Grandpre, RBNY Head of Business Operations, joins the show to discuss marketing, ticket sales, and improving the Red Bull Arena experience in his first visit on Seeing Red. An Arsenal preview and a your email round out the show.



Soccer Morning: 7/23/14

Jason kicks off today’s show with David Cartlidge as they discuss Real Madrid’s latest signing James Rodriguez and the latest transfers around La Liga.


Soccer Morning: 7/22/14

The Football Ramble’s Luke Moore joins Jason today to discuss Premier League offseason transfers and Steven Gerrard’s retirement from international soccer.


Open Wide For Some Soccer: Episode 45

Thomas Floyd, Pablo Maurer & Seth Vertelney return for another live edition of Open Wide For Some Soccer on NASN. The guys look back at D.C. United’s 3-1 win against Chivas USA & Matt Besler’s decision to sign a Designated Player contract with Sporting Kansas City.


MLS in 30: Episode 96

On today’s MLS in 30, Jon Arnold and Garrett Cleverly discuss the previous weekend on MLS action. They also share their thoughts on Sporting Kansas City’s Graham Zusi and Matt Besler decisions to sign with the club, and breakdown the MLS All-Star roster.


Soccer Morning: 7/21/14

Jason kicks off today’s show with SoccerWire.com’s Charles Boehm as they look back at the weekend’s Major League Soccer results and headlines.



Corner Of The Galaxy: 5 Goals And 8 Unbeaten

On Today’s show, your host, Josh Guesman, takes you quickly through the 5-1 victory over the New England Revolution. With goals from Robbie Keane, Gyasi Zardes and Stefan Ishizaki it was an entertaining, if not slightly quirky match that sees the LA Galaxy remain unbeaten in eight straight games and climb the ladder to 3rd place in the Western Conference.