Jason kicks off today’s show discussing Mexico’s friendly against Israel and Mexico’s preparations for the World Cup.
The preseason marches on and the Galaxy have picked up momentum as they continue on toward the season opener on March 8th. With games now completed versus FC Shirak and in Mexico City, against Pumas this LA team is taking shape. Join hosts LA Galaxy Insider, Adam Serrano and Josh Guesman as they take a look back over these scrimmages in an effort to figure out what Bruce has learned so far.
Updates regarding LA Galaxy II, and the weekend game for the senior side vs the San Jose Earthquakes are both discussed.
Plus, we have post game audio from the FC Shirak game. Gyasi Zardes, Rob Friend and Stefan Ishizaki all give us their views of the play last weekend.
The original Cuju trio returns at last, though Richard is on a phone line as his computer is still under repair. We break down the four Champions League quarterfinal second legs, read some headlines and Richard offers some feelings about Margaret Thatcher. We also answer your listener e-mails.
This week’s music: Autograph – “Turn up the Radio”, The Police – “Demolition Man”, Wizard of Oz Soundtrack – “The Witch is Dead”, Simple Minds – “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”.
This show is falling apart. Josh is away yet again attending a CCL game (I mean seriously, who goes to those?) and Richard is having computer issues (at least that’s a legitimate reason to miss the show), so Zach is left to herd cats as Richard Farley and Ryan Rosenblatt join the show this week. We discuss the Champions League quarterfinals, Paolo di Canio’s hiring by Sunderland and Deadspin’s curse word bracket. There’s also headlines (sort of) and listener questions.
This week’s music: Autograph – “Turn up the Radio”, The Band – “The Weight”, David Bowie – “Heroes”, David Bowie – “I’m Afraid of Americas”.
After a couple weeks of guest hosts the original Cuju three are back together for another episode of everyone’ favorite soccer podcast. On this week’s edition we break down the Champions League “Elite 8″, ponder why the FA are a pack of spineless turds and offer our thoughts on the turmoil surrounding the US Men’s National Team. There’s were also headlines to be read and listener questions to be answered, a full show.
This week’s music: Autograph – “Turn up the Radio”, XX, David Bowie – “Cat People (Putting Out the Fire), John Lennon – “Instant Karma (We All Shine On)”, Simple Minds – “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”.
Since apparently everybody on this show is becoming a diva, we’re once again missing someone. Josh was off watching his precious Galaxy in some tournament game so Zach is back in the host chair. Richard is back though and we’re joined by SB Nation’s Kevin McCauley to break down all the Champions League action this week, Oliver Kay getting hoaxed and headlines. We also answer listener questions.
This week’s music: Autograph – “Turn up the Radio”, Afroman – “Because I Got High”, Grandaddy – “Nature Album”, Simple Minds – “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”.
Welcome to today’s episode of ESPN700′s #OnFrame. James Rust, Trey Fitz-Gerald and Jeremy Horton review Real Salt Lake’s 1-0 loss to D.C. United and preview Saturday’s game against Colorado with Chris Bianchi.
In this episode, Hank and Matty are all “Fired” up for the New England Revolution’s first game of the season against the evil Chicago Fire. Hank and Matty review the Revs media day and get a little bit into the on-line chat from Jay Heaps which leads them to a discussion on who is going to be captain for this team. Is it Matt Reis by default? by seniority? Time will tell. In the second section Hank talks to Jeff Krause from the Fire Confidential Podcast (@firepodFC) about what to expect from the Fire on Saturday night. Matty and Hank then close out the show with more talk about the Revs and potential line-ups against the Fire, and then review all the chatter in the #NEREVS hashtag mailbag.
Josh returns but now Richard is out, so we did the only thing you can do in that situation. Trade out one Dick for another…interchangeable Dicks. Richard Farley joins us to help break down this week’s headlines, all the Champions League action, including Nani’s controversial red card against Real Madrid. We also answer listener questions and have one of the greatest moments in show history.
This week’s music: Autograph – “Turn up the Radio”, Ben Folds – “Sleazy (Ke$ha Cover)” – Ben Folds & Rufus Wainwright – “Carless Whisper”, Simple Minds – “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”.
Welcome to today’s episode of ESPN700′s #OnFrame. Brian Dunseth, Trey Fitz-Gerald and James Rust preview Real Salt Lake’s upcoming opening match against D.C. United with guests Chris Wingert, Robbie Russell and Brian Straus (Sporting News).