The title referes to the three stooges on the show, minus Martin. Join us this week as we look at United's dismal season thus far. Mike, Chris, Randy, and Martin talk about the recent changes in the line-up, past results, other MLS news, and the US Men's National team. Highly entertaining radio; at least for us.
Join the guys on this latest edition of the Unitemania.com podcast. While they don't call for Olsen's head (yet) they do talk about making some changes to the team. The guys discuss United's recent two losses, including the loss vs. Philadelphia and the "going up in flames" debacle in Columbus...
We had options this week. For this week's episode of Filibuster, our podcast, we could have broken down the plays that led to the New York Red Bulls' goals in D.C. United's loss to the hated Metros last weekend. We could have counted the ways in which various players were particularly ineffective in this match.
The revival of Radio Cuju begins with an "unofficial" show as Ginge and new co-host Alicia dip their toes back into the podcasting waters. We discuss all the biggest stories from around the world of football (formerly known as headlines), the Europa League final, the MLS Players Union statement about ball kids and red light cameras.
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.
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.
Antoine Hoppenot is the guest on the pod and talks about his role and the possibility of starting. Greg and Eli then talk about the Union's tough three game stretch, squad rotation, and Soumare. FInally, the pod talks about Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.
The latest episode of The SBI Podcast features an interview with U.S. Men's National Team midfielder Joe Corona, who spent some time with us to discuss, among other things, the recent historic success of his club team, Mexican champion Club Tijuana.
Listen to Virginia Cavalry FC Director of Soccer Opporations, Mark Simpson on Pitch Pass. He discusses his new team and role. Mark was an assistant coach at D.C. United and an MLS Cup-winning goalkeeper for the Black-and-Red.
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The following is part two of a two part article of transcribed quotes from a podcast interview Bakary Soumare did with The Fire Confidential Podcast.For the transcribed version of the first half of the podcast, click here.
Has the club told you of how any of the talks are progressing or if any are close to being resolved?
As March closes, the MLS Talk Podcast talks about the matches that closed out this holiday weekend in American soccer. LA enjoys a late equalizer, Dallas continues to lead out west, Sporting Kansas City kicks out of their funk against ... Continue reading → Conclusions (MLS Talk Podcast) is a post from MLS News from Major League Soccer Talk.
It turns out that a weekend of rivalries led to a weekend of draws in Major League Soccer this week. In our weekend review podcast, Robert Hay co-hosts the podcast alongside me as we go through the match-ups. They weren't ... Continue reading → Rivalry (MLS Talk Podcast) is a post from MLS News from Major League Soccer Talk.
Lovely to have one final worked out in Europe. Time to look back and enjoy it. So start by giving us your Four Word Season Reviews. Then there are some huge games in the Premier League this which the pod take a look forward at. A Merseyside Derby; United take on another London side, but this time they don't have to clap them out.
There was a lovely clarity to the football this weekend. Things, made sense as teams looked to balance themselves out or clear up issues that they'd been having. That played out between United and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge as they both danced around an issue before realising what needed to be done: nice to finish a weekend with two "cup finals" in a row.
As the Premier League enters the final stretch of the season the podcast are feeling the burn too. Are you? International football only continued the intensity of the campaign, but heightened our taste for the final goal. So who rose to the occasion? In section one of the podcast there is a flight around the world, looking out of all windows and taking in the beautiful view.
This week's From the Byline to the Back Post is available for you to listen to. This week Thad and I talk about games vs the Fire and upcoming vs New England, call ups to the national team and Jurgen Klinsmann. In part 2 we talk about the Missouri Comets losing in the MISL finals, FC Kansas City preseason and jersey unveiling, and former Wizards update.
A new episode of From the Byline to the Back Post is up for your listening pleasure. This week Thad and I discuss Toronto FC, the Chicago Fire, Sporting KC's rivalry (or lack thereof) with Chicago. In segment two, Thad and I talk about the Comets playoff run and the upcoming matchup against Baltimore in the finals.
A new From the Byline to the Back Post is up for you to listen to. This week in the first half Thad and I discussed Sporting's game vs Philadelphia, the upcoming match vs Toronto, the U20's, the changes to the US Open Cup, and more. In part two we previewed the Comets vs Wave series (thanks Posterous for the late posting of it the first leg is already over), FCKC getting close to the start of their season, and former Wizards.
Join the guys in the latest UnitedMania.com POdcast as they discuss D.C. United's first two matches, including the opening season loss at Houston and the victory over RSL at RFK Stadium during the home opener. Randy, Chris, Mike and Martin also preview the upcoming match vs. Red Bull NY and go over some D.
We won't let a little loss in the worst place on earth (outside of New Jersey) stop us from keeping our weekly podcasting schedule! We won't even let some (not) snow knock us off track. We've got the latest episode of Filibuster - the Black & Red United Podcast right here, ready for your consumption.
The season ends with a wonderful playoff at Wembley, which is where the EPL Talk podcast begins as they look back at the 2012-13 season with glistening eyes and remind themselves that there have been some great highlights to the season!
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There is only one place and person to begin this podcast with. Manchester is the setting, but the world is taking notice as a Sir steps down from one of the most influential jobs in football. History. Pod discuss Sir Alex and his legacy in part one.
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Europe is rocked, socked and...mocked? Spain 1 Germany 8 get your bets in now for who will be in the final. The great comebacks of all time or the most comprehensive Semis we'll witness in years? The pod discuss all European competitions in the pod, as Laurence is late. Who had a good game and who had a bad game?
The FA Cup comes at an interesting time in the league. Split the teams up and some may take their opportunity to pull ahead. How much of a psychological shift will that cause as points become the focus?
On the flip side: Wigan and Millwall have a chance to make history for themselves. Swansea set the cup agenda, but then their league status looked very secure.
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Join the guys as they look back at United's two matches, including the draw in NY and the los to the Columbus Crew. The boys also look ahead to Kansas City and talk about the US's chances in the Hexagonal.
On this week's football podcast for learners of English, we look at the language associated with setting up goals, while in our English for football section Damon introduces some phrases connected to football shots. We also continue our predictions battle which this week includes matches from England, Germany and Argentina.