Washington Post reporter Steven Goff calls in to talk about the U.S. Men's National Team, MLS, and D.C. United. And then New York Red Bulls midfielder Dax McCarty checks in to discuss U.S. Open Cup, his health, and more.
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Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder and front runner for best hair in MLS, Russell Teibert calls in to talk about his season and then ESPN soccer analyst Alexi Lalas talks about the U.S. National Men's Team ahead of their match on Wednesday night.
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NBC Sports Network soccer analyst Kyle Martino talks about NYCFC, Chivas USA and more. In the second segment, Columbus Crew forward Dominic Oduro joins the show to talk about pizza, his speed, and his national team hopes.
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Stuart Holden is back in the U.S., ready to relaunch his career with the U.S. Men's National Team after a two-and-a-half year absence from international play. One of 26 players called into Jurgen Klinsmann's upcoming camp, Holden shared the nature of his recent conversations with Klinsmann after a workout in his hometown of Houston, Texas.
Of all the places you might have expected to hear effusive praise for David Beckham in light of his impending retirement, the Houston Dynamo training facility was likely pretty far down the list.
Nevertheless, with Becks celebrating the apparent end of his playing career this past week, the Dynamo – who fell to Beckham's Galaxy in each of the last two MLS Cups – weren't shy about their respect for Major League Soccer's international face.
On Wednesday, May 15, Robbie Russell announced he is retiring from soccer and will enroll in Georgetown University's Post-baccalaureate Pre-Medical Certificate Program. Listen to the veteran defender discuss his plans for life after MLS.
RELATED: Read Steven Goff's article on Russell's retirement
Don't miss this one! Philadelphia Union midfielder/defender Amobi Okugo talks about sports movies, playing D-min, and more. In the second segment, friend of the show Sebastian Salazar from CSN Houston goes around the league with Roche.
Okugo is a student and a student of the game. He and Roche talk about his online courswork and his knowledge of the of soccer especially recent great defensive mids.
We often read and hear of Major League Soccer's changing reputation overseas. Usually the shifting perceptions come from Europe, but a pair of recent stateside visits from two of CONCACAF's top coaches suggests that our domestic league's progress is being tracked on this side of the ocean as well.
Mark Simpson is currently the Director of Soccer Operations for NASL side Virginia Cavalry FC. He was also an assistant coach at D.C. United and an MLS Cup-winning goalkeeper for the Black-and-Red. We ask him about his new team and role.
The Pitch Pass goalkeeper trend continues when Colorado Rapids 'keeper Clint Irwin joins the show to discuss his career and the current season. In the second segment, TV soccer analyst Brian Dunseth calls in to go around the league.
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Real Salt Lake and U.S. National Team goalkeeper Nick Rimando joins the show to talk music, soccer, and more. In the second segment, Portland play-by-play man John Strong checks in to discuss Timbers and MLS.
Nick Rimando is enjoying his time in Utah and talks candidaly about life in Salt Lake and the possibilty of his wife, Jacqui, returning to her playing days.