Peyton, Daryl and Josh preview the 2013 Champions League Final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Listen in to find out who the most important players are on each team and what the big choices facing Jupp Heynckes and Jurgen Klopp are. That, plus find out which city produces the best beer.
We dedicated an entire show to the career of one Sir Alex Ferguson, who recently announced his retirement. We pick out what we’ll miss most about the old fella, try and pinpoint exactly what made his such a great manager, identify his best and – of course – play some Ferguson-themed Wikipedia Game.
Audio Podcast: Runtime: 45:06 File Size: 20.9MB MP3 Download: Download Link We review Borussia Dortmund’s triumph over Real Madrid and Bayern Munich’s merciless demolition of…
Inspired by Luis Suarez, we pick a team of players infamous for their on-field behavior. Prepare yourself for tales of villainy, from ponytail-pulling to goalkeeper-punching, as we pick the worst of the worst. Listen if you dare!
Which of the 50 states has produced the most American soccer talent? We narrowed it down to three and then argued it out. Also: We talk about NBC’s plans for the EPL and play some NWSL-themed Wikipedia Game.
Laura and Daryl are joined by Jason and Jared from the Best Soccer Show to talk a little about soccer podcasting and to play some Wikipedia Game.
Imagine a soccer player constructed using all the best parts of the greatest players in history. Who’s brain would it have? Who’s heart? Who’s left foot and who’s right foot? We didn’t just imagine it. We actually did it. And the best part? This unstoppable soccer monster has an American passport. Listen to find out how we made … [cue scary music] … Frankenstein’s Footballer!
We review the USA’s 1-0 win over Costa Rica — let its snow, let it snow, let it snow! — paying particular attention to the four man Redeem Team of Jozy Altidore, Jermaine Jones, DaMarcus Beasley and Omar Gonzalez.
We also preview USA vs Mexico, picking out the threats (have you SEEN YouTube footage of Javier Aquino???) and pondering whether Klinsmann has the balls to field the same formation that beast Costa Rica, when the US goes to the Azteca.
We review MLS Rivalry Week with Jeff Agoos, who gives us the league’s perspective on how it went. We also take a good long look at Jurgen Klinsmann’s U.S. roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, and close with a rivalry-themed round of the Wikipedia Game.
We review Nani’s red card, Manchester United and Chelsea’s 2-2 draw in the FA Cup, ask if Brad Guzan is the man for the US’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers and debate whether you can call yourself a US Soccer fan or not if you don’t watch Major League Soccer.