Soccer Morning

Podcasts

Weekdays on NASN from 9AM-11AM eastern with host Jason Davis. Featuring interviews with prominent journalists, players and coaches in addition to taking listener calls.

Soccer Morning: 4/15/14

Soccer Morning: 4/15/14

Jason kicks off today’s show by welcoming Indy Eleven President & General Manager Peter Wilt on the show to discuss Indy Eleven’s sold-out home opener and how the club is building off the success of their debut.

Soccer Morning: 4/14/14

Soccer Morning: 4/14/14

Jason kicks off today’s show by welcoming Charles Boehm on the show to look back at the weekend’s Major League Soccer results & talk USWNT.

Soccer Morning: 4/11/14

Soccer Morning: 4/11/14

Jason kicks off today’s show by welcoming Musa Okwonga on the show to look back at Manchester United’s UEFA Champions League loss to Bayern Munich.

Soccer Morning: 4/9/14

Soccer Morning: 4/9/14

Jason kicks off today’s show by welcoming special guest co-host Paul Freelend on the show.

The guys are then joined by FOX Soccer’s Leander Schaerlaeckens to look back at Chelsea’s comeback win against PSG and ahead to Bayern-Manchester United.

Soccer Morning: 4/8/14

Soccer Morning: 4/8/14

Welcome to today’s episode of Soccer Morning with Jason Davis.

Jason kicks off today’s show by discussing Tom Sermanni’s dismissal as head coach of the USWNT with Sports Illustrated senior writer Grant Wahl.

Jason Longshore & Daniel Monroe of the Terminus Legion then come on the show to talk about Atlanta as a MLS market.

Jason then wraps up today’s show with Kurtis Larson as they look back at Toronto FC’s win against Columbus and Michael Bradley’s strong start to the season.

Soccer Morning: 4/3/14

Soccer Morning: 4/3/14

Jason kicks off today’s show with FIFPro Chief Medical Officer Dr. Vincent Gouttebarge as they discuss FIFPro’s study into mental illness in current and former professional players.

Soccer Morning: 4/2/14

Soccer Morning: 4/2/14

Jason kicks off today’s show with a major announcement before chatting with Pablo Maurer (MLSSoccer.com, DCist) about the D.C. mayoral race and its potential impact on D.C. United’s stadium plans.