After a couple of weeks off, we're back at it! We want to thank you for your patience and as we
navigate the holiday season we will most likely be on a bi-weekly schedule until closer to
This week we talk about the loss of players James Riley and Tyson Wahl. As you probably know,
Riley was selected by Montreal Impact in the expansion draft and immediately traded to Chivas USA
and Wahl was traded to the Impact for allocation dollars.
Shana, Rachna, and Megan talk about MLS Cup, from which Megan has recovered well. The girls
ponder David Beckham's future and look back on his time in MLS. All three girls are upset about the
results of the MLS Expansion Draft. Rachna provides some updates on NCAA soccer, and the girls
discuss the positive and negative possibilities for the future of WPS.
Gadsby's England pays a special tribute to Gary Speed, who died tragically at the weekend, aged
Richard and Ginge return to discuss the passing of Welsh manager Gary Speed this weekend. We
also cover the domestic results across the continent including several key draws in England and
Bayern Munich's sudden struggles in the Bundesliga.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
It was a busy week in European football so Richard and Ginge have lots to cover on this week's
episode. We have domestic results from Germany and England of note, an exciting fifth match round
of Champions League action and Sepp Blatter being stupid yet again.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Winning Ugly may be the title of another excellent CSRN show, but that was what Leeds did at
Burnley last weekend! Hear the Leeds fan at the match review, along with the manager's post game
comments and those of 2 goal hero Snodgrass. Plenty of LUFC news this week, with the shock O'Brien
news (and we have the managers views on that too!
On this second of Gadsby's England Matchweek Specials, Gadsby reviews England's â€˜historic'
victory over Sweden; plus, Gadsby looks at a strong Euro 2012 field; and, well, just in the nick of
time before Gadsby's England goes to air, Sepp Blatter comes along with another jaw-dropper
We're just days away from the 2011 MLS Cup Final, so of course it's time for a preview! Ted and
Chris return to discuss all the news and get you ready for Sunday's final. On the phone, Josh
Guesman from LA and Jordan Wise from Houston.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Who said the international breaks were boring? NOT when Leeds fans are on line, it seems!Â A
plethora of listener emails this week and surprisingly a lot of LUFC news, about the reservesÂ and
U:18â€²s and also the Leeds Ladies results this week. Along with trialist news. As you have come
toÂ expect on this show EVERYTHING you need to know about Leeds United!
Episode 140 will make you go who? Well maybe not completely, but it's a show of returns from
long lost voices from the show. The First Lady of Winning Ugly, Sandra Franz is back, joined by
Devin Howard and Brian Cormack for another edition of America's favorite fake football radio game
show.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Ginge is back with his reactions to the latest USMNT friendlies in France and Slovenia. He also
explains why he's pleased Charlie Davis didn't win the Comeback Player of the Year award in MLS and
sounds off on Sepp Blatter's latest nonsense and explains the only way change can possibly happen
Scott and Ted are back to review the 2011 season from a Western Conference perspective...and we
finish up the Eastern Conference too. On the phone are correspondents from Columbus, Chicago,
Philly, Vancouver, Dallas, San Jose, Portland, Salt Lake, Seattle, Chivas USA and Colorado.Â CSRN
Richard and Ginge return in the midst on an international break with plenty of news to discuss
including more over-reaction and general nonsense from Newcastle United supporters. We cover the
first legs of the Euro 2012 playoff qualifiers and Richard breaks down England's 1-0 over Spain at
On a Gadsby's England Matchweek Special, Gadsby reports from London on all the post-match
reaction to England's surprising 1-0 victory over Spain at Wembley.
In the 2011 Season Closing episode. Murph and Earl are joined by The Unholy Union duo of Dan
Kenworthy and Nick Youngstein. Special guest Greg Orlandini from the KYW Soccer Show joins the gang
to talk: Playoffs, Season MVP's, Expansion Draft, and What the Union should be doing in the
offseason.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Well folks, season's done. I'm guessing you probably knew that, unless you blacked out sometime
early last week and are just now waking up. If that's the case, sorry
Today's show deals mainly with our feelings on the season as a whole, the reality of being
pleased with the year the team had and disappointed with the way it ended, where things go from
here and some early thoughts about what the team may look like next season.
We're back with our 139th episode to celebrate our short-armed hosts' birthday. That's right,
Lil' T-Rex Arms is a year older and who better to roast our host that his ATL sidekick Ted Meyer,
superfan Hank Alexandre and MJ in Pitt. CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
This week Kirsten, Rachna and Shana discuss the MLS playoffs and the final match-up between
Houston and LA, without disparaging a certain team based in our nation's capitol. The girls also
discuss the upcoming U-20/23 camp in Germany and awesomely-named new players that were called up.
Some psychic powers are mentioned with regard to the USWNT friendly in Phoenix, and the girls let
out all their the USMNT friendly roster.
A remarkable recovery by Leeds after the Blackpool beating, saw our favourite club come back to
beat the bogey of Leicester! A happy and upbeat show this week with some great results from Leeds
Ladies and our U:18 team as well, adding to the mood! All the game reports, plus manager and player
interviews, listener emails and of course Twiggsters views only on CSRN!
A Gadsby's England Matchweek Special, as Gadsby previews England vs European and World Champions
Spain at Wembley.
Scott and Ted return in an attempt to review the Eastern Conference and we are fairly
successful. We'll get to the clubs we missed, we promise, but for now enjoy. On the phone are
correspondents from New England, Toronto, DC, New York, Kansas City and Columbus.Â CSRN MEDIA
Richard and Ginge take to the airwaves to celebrate the greatness of Apoel Nicosia and the rise
of a new titan in the Champions League...ok, maybe that's stretching it but they are having a
fantastic run. We discuss results from the domestic leagues and the heart-wrenching story of Billy
Sharp.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Ginge returns with a USMNT roster to discuss that has some US fans upset about certain names
that keep appearing and some that can't get a call-up to save their lives. Ginge also coversÂ Alexi
Lalas' blog post on Mirror Football defending Rafa Marquez and explains why he thinks Alexi is
wrong and didn't really even defend Marquez.
The playoffs are rolling on so Ted and Chris are back to wrap up the Conference Semifinals and
get us ready for the Conference Finals this weekend.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
After a week off for some trick o' treating, Winning ugly is back! Texas' newest lawyer Gina Z
joins Champions League finalist Chris Ballard and "King of the Bathroom" Steve Stoehr in another
battle of wits on America's Favorite Fake Radio Game Show.Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
Oh Dear! Twiggster's Birthday double header hopes turned into a Halloween Horror Show, this
Just one point from six and a massive blow to our promotion hopes. Ghoulish goalkeeping saw
Leeds limp out of the play-off places after hoovering humiliation at home! Gruesome game
and post games Grayson grovelling, means this show isn't very happy.
Lots of surprises from the first legs of the conference semifinals as Houston, Real Salt Lake,
Sporting KC and LA all put themselves in the pole position heading in to the second leg. We're here
to discuss all the news and preview this week's matches. On the phone are correspondents from
Houston, Philly, Kansas City, Colorado, Salt Lake, Seattle, New York and Los Angeles.
With Dave celebrating parenthood, Mark outlines what RBNY needs to do to continue their season
in LA. Next is a conversation with Michael Lewis with BigAppleSoccer.com before a short slate of
emails. Get ready for Thursday night's away leg with Seeing Red!Â CSRN MEDIA PLAYER
"They score a lot of late goals, they never say die, especially with this Sounders team, they're
a strong team and until that final whistle blows they will be in the game for sure" Frank Yallop
If there is anyone who knows that it's not really over until it's over it would be coach Frank
Yallop of the San Jose Earthquakes, who talks with us about his experience when his 2003 team were
down 4-0 on aggregate going into the final second half of the 2 game playoff series and went on to
win the series by a goal.
On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, Wayne Rooney is the only English player on the Ballon
d'or shortlist, proving again how the Premier League is the "greatest league in the world", John
Terry's racism probe, and for the second week running, Steven Gerrard calls in, this time to talk
about his ankle injury which rules him out of the Spain and Sweden fixtures.
We're back with plenty of reaction to, and jokes about, John Terry's misadventures in Chelsea's
5-3 defeat at Stamford Bridge by Arsenal. We cover all the action from around the continent and
have fun with talk of mascot abuse, a drunken referee and Brazilian Ronaldo's thoughts of pre-match