Thu, 31 May 2018
Bobby Warshaw is back to help Andrew Wiebe and David Gass break down some prime midweek MLS, but first ... MLS burner accounts! Who has them in MLS? Who should have them? What are the ground rules? Plus, bad body language from Josef Martinez, a doop-fest in Philly, first-person experiences on the field in Cincy, USMNT preview and coaching rumors and a mailbag full of laughs and existential questions.
Tue, 29 May 2018
It is official: FC Cincinnati will be the 26th team in Major League Soccer, starting play in 2019, a matter of months. Technical director Luke Sassano is on the clock, and the guys chat with the former MLSer turned front office executive about what it will take to make FCC competitive in Year 1, how they'll use DP spots and TAM and what style of play we'll see on the field next March.
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Thu, 24 May 2018
Slow news week, huh? Andrew Wiebe and Sam Stejskal dig into all the big headlines around MLS, including Wayne Rooney's arrival in D.C., possible breaking news in Cincinnati, no longer untouchable Ignacio Piatti, those shady Albert Rusnak quotes and Patrick Vieira's week of "Will he stay, or will he go?"
Mon, 21 May 2018
Everything you missed or need to know from MLS Week 12. Plus, Sam Stejskal on Nashville's big hire and FC Dallas' USL team, and Paul Tenorio talking YAM ... errrrr ... Youth Transfer Fund.
Thu, 17 May 2018
PRO referees Mark Geiger and Jair Marrufo stop by on their way to Russia to help you understand how VAR will affect the World Cup and bring you behind the curtain in MLS.
Plus, Wiebe's adopted club comes up clutch with the upset in the US Open Cup, Bobby explains how to beat Atlanta United, the guys debate which New York manager is more vital for his respective club and Calen Carr stops in to talk The Movement and much more.
Mon, 14 May 2018
One third of the way through the MLS a chance to reset and see what have we learned? After a few great games over the weekend who has pushed their way into the Supporter’s Shield competition?
Alexi Lalas stops in to talk about his role on TV, preparing for the World Cup, the future of the USMNT, and much more.
5:45 MLS Tiers 1/3 of the way through the season
23:37 Where is RSL headed?
42:43 Alexi Lalas on his role on TV
54:52 Alexi on Wayne Rooney
1:01:55 Future of US soccer program and who could be manager?
1:17:39 Mailbag with Ben Baer
Thu, 10 May 2018
Could the Manchester United legend help open Audi Field? Wheels are in motion, and Andrew and David dig into what would be a blockbuster MLS move.
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Mon, 7 May 2018
Two months into the MLS season, and we're still trying to figure which teams are actually good, which are going fall back down to earth, which have had bum luck and which were out of the race before it even started.
On this episode, the guys try to answer those questions, then dig into the red-dominated NY Derby, Peter Vermes' extension in Kansas City, Orlando City's winning streak against subpar opposition and Seattle's stinker at home following a tough week.
Thu, 3 May 2018
Where does Lee Nguyen fit in for LAFC, and how can New England improve via their allocation haul? Bobby Warshaw and David Gass tackle the big questions from a busy week in MLS, then bring MLSsoccer.com national writer Paul Tenorio on for the behind-the-scenes view of the deadline's blockbuster trade, the summer rumors that could change the complexion of the league, Seattle's spending or lackthereof and much more. Plus, the guys preview the New York Derby and all the weekend's big games.