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  • 00:51

    After the Anthem Episode 3: Ruined Clinchmas, Rio Qualifying and Nova Scotia

    in Soccer

    On the second episode of the After the Anthem podcast the lads discuss how the Montreal Impact ruined what should have been a happy Clinchmas for the rest of the MLS Eastern Conference. They break down what has happened so far at Olympic qualifying, and whether Canada has a shot at Rio. Then they finish it up with a discussion about recent rumours of players interested in playing for the Canadian national team. 

  • 00:33

    USA vs St. Vincent and the Grenadines World Cup qualifying preview

    in Soccer

    Listen to our live broadcast of Friday's game here: https://rabble.tv/broadcast/563e995716ec767406dc5ce5/view

    The soccer podcast that can't stop talking about Darlington Nagbe ...

    0:00 - 6:30 Explaining World Cup qualification, picking an abbreviation for St. Vincent and the Grenadines

    6:30 - 15:30 How St. Vincent plays, which players to watch out for, and how we think they'll approach this game against the USA.

    15:45 - 30:30 Picking our US team, approach and style of play to face the Vinnies.

    30:30 - 44:20 Answering listener questions about this game.

    44:20 - 56:08 Discussing the US Soccer Federation's ruling about headers and concussions.

    56:08 - 1:04:36 Weighing Patrick Vieira's appointment as NYCFC head coach. 

    1:04:36 - 1:08:10 Getting excited for Bob Bradley's tenure at Le Havre — the French Fulhamerica.

    1:08:10 - 1:18:00 The Total Soccer Show Scouting Network: adding one Liverpool player and one frighteningly talented young Colombian.

    Support the show by joining the Scouting Network here: http://totalsoccershow.com/subscribe







  • 00:15

    NASCAR's Knock-Out Qualifying

    in Comedy

    Fat Guy in Spandex is a middle-aged, over educated, under employed, overweight, white guy who loves hockey, NASCAR and dumb-ass, quirky comedy. On his podcast, he pontificates about all things associated with a lazy life, sex, sports and much, much more.

    Today’s episode looks at: NASCAR's new Knock-Out Qualifying and the Daytona 500 and Clint Boyer. Get the Fat Guy's take on Clint Boyer's frustrations and being a fan of the fastest sport on Earth.

  • 01:01

    World Cup Qualifier Post Game Show: USA At Trinidad & Tobago

    in Sports

    The American Soccer Show that was nominated back in 2014 by World Soccer Talk for Best Internet Soccer Radio Show.

    Join me and my guests as we recap the road 2018 World Cup Qualifying match as the United States head to the Caribbean and take on the Soca Warriors of Trinidad & Tobago. Listen to my call on Rabble. tv. to see if the USA can make it two wins in a row.

  • 01:14

    Talking In Circles: Pocono Review, MWR Crew Chief Change, Qualifying Timing

    in Sports

    On this episode of Talking in Circles we breakdown the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway. Martin Truex Jr won his 3rd career race and Furniture Row Racing are in the Chase. Big win for them and Truex. 

    We also talk about the infamous "Gordon and Gustafson spat," from Pocono and discuss whether or not that is something that should be taken seriously. 

    Michael Waltrip Racing announced a crew chief change this morning, flipping Brian Pattie and Billy Scott. Scott moves to the No. 15 car with Clint Bowyer and Pattie moves to the No. 55 Toyota with David Ragan. We discuss what these changes mean for the organization and whether or not the team made the right move. 

    Also the No. 48 team failed inspection twice during pre race inspection Sunday at Pocono. Should they recieve a stiffer penalty even though Knaus wasn't on probation? 

    Greg Biffle had a little mixup with NASCAR during qualifying. Biffle crossed the line on tv with about a second to go and NASCAR claimed that wasn't the case because according to their timing Biffle was too late. He ended up 22nd which would have transfered him into the round but NASCAR said he was too late. How can something like that happen in a major professional sport? Also Denny Hamlin's spin in the last round of qualifying kept teams off the board and Hamlin ended up 7th. Is that fair and could this create an issue later on down the road? 

    Also Kyle Busch is back behind the wheel of an Xfinity Series car this weekend as he drives the No. 54 Toyota for the 1st time since his crash at Daytona in February. How will he do? Should he be here? We'll talk about that as well. 

    Michigan Preview- Cup, XFINITY this week at Michigan, trucks are at Gateway. We'll preview each race for this weekend. 

    Plus we take your phone calls. 

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: SPECIAL EDITION: Talladega Qualifying; Truck Series Race

    in Sports

    On tonight's show we talk about today's qualifying for the Geico 500; or the lack there of it. It was a MADHOUSE which lead to Ricky Stenhouse, Jr, Joe Nemechek, and Justin Allgaier missing the race. Terry Labonte in his final start will roll off 9th. And Brian Vickers is on the pole. 

    We'll break down qualifying and see if Clayton was right about qualifing on our Wednesday show. And what can NASCAR do to fix this? 

    Also, we'll break down the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race today in Talladega as well. Timothy Peters goes to victory lane in his Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra, but that also was a crazy race, and is it a preview of what we will see tomorrow?



  • 01:11

    World Cup Qualifier Post Game Show: USA Vs. St. VIN/Grenadines

    in Sports

    The American Soccer Show that was nominated in 2014 by World Soccer Talk for the best Internet Soccer Radio Show.

    Join Daniel Feuerstein & his panel as they recap the first World Cup Qualifier for US Soccer as the USA hosts St. Vincent.Grenadines at Busch Stadium in St. Louis Missouri to begin the road to Russia for the 2018 World Cup


  • 01:00

    Feuerstein's Fire #265 Conference Finals 1st Leg Review

    in Sports

    The American Soccer Show that was nominated back in 2014 by World Soccer Talk for best American Internet Radio show

    Join me and my guests as we review the first leg of the Conference Semi-Finals in both the East & West and we will discuss 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying with Nathan Carr from the home of Caribbean Football as we discuss those sides in the CFU & the three Semi-Final Groups first two matches before heading to the MLS Cup Playoffs talk.

  • 00:34

    All First Time Poets, Not Published Before, Would You Like Be?Write On,WriteOn!

    in Self Help

    Creating the Anthology;  The first twenty five poems submitted in this Anthology has been contributed by , Omiyinka7 Zannu. The title of the collection is as follows; "Omiyinka7's Tribe". These poems have already been published in another book of their very own and does not happen to be an Anthology. The poems belong to me soly, with me holding all copywriting rights to the poems. Some Rules for qualifying a candiate for publishing your poems, are as, follows:  As rule number 1. Each publishing author who contributs ,at least one poem to the Anthology book , shall hold all the copywrites to their personal  poem only! Rule 2. I would like to stress that does not mean any rights at all to the actual Anthology book itself. Rule 3. The poems contributed can not be published anywhere else, nor in anyone else books. Rule 4. Each candidate who is an contributing author shall recieve a complimentary book to display in their homes. However, thereafter,if the author choose to purchase the Anthology book for their love ones they may do so,at a reduced rate, of ($7.00 including taxes). The Anthology book Omiyinka7's Tribe will be made available in a soft covered book initially. There are plans also on the way to make the book more afforable for all in an ebook formate on the Kindle as, well!  Please be prepared to submit your selected unpublished poems. I'm asking  that each author only submit just one poem in order for others to be able to submit their master pieces. Please have your poems typed written. They don't have to be formated,that will be done for you. Please join our sessions for this month every Thursday at 10:00 P.M.  When you join us tonight you don't have to have your work ready. I will encourage you to join us in order for you to understand all of the rules.

  • 00:20

    USMNT vs Trinidad & Tobago Review

    in Soccer

    You can find our live broadcast of USA vs Trinidad & Tobago here: https://rabble.tv/broadcast/5644e81916ec767406dca9ed/view

    Like this soccer show? Click here to leave us a review: http://bit.ly/tssreview

    On the newest episode, Daryl and Taylor review the USA's 0-0 draw away at Trinidad & Tobago in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. The guys attempt to determine if one point away from home is a good or bad result by analyzing lineups, tactics, substitutions and individual player performances. It's 45ish minutes of goodness!

  • 00:16

    44th Pole For Champion Lewis Hamilton During Qualifying at F1 Grand Prix Canada

    in News

    Despite a bit of rain, it was a great day in Canada for two-time world champion Lewis Hamilton on Saturday during the Formula One Grand Prix Du Canada, qualifying session.  It was Hamilton’s 44th career pole position, which is the number he wears on his helmet and displays on his car.  Since the start of the 2015 season, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has been on pole for 6 out of seven races.  He won four races, came in second for two, and came in third, for the heart breaking Monaco race where he was set to win until, his team strategist called him in to pit for what some say, was an un-needed tire change in the last few laps. The move allowed his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, to win the race. Hamilton was disappointed but later said, “He prefers to look forward.”

    Qualifying second was Nico Rosberg, and third was Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen. The man, who put Williams-Martini back on the map, Valtteri Bottas, qualified fourth.  Both Lotus drivers Romain Grosjean, and Pastor Maldonado, qualified fifth and sixth.  Force India drivers, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez 7th and 10th.  Although Red Bull continues to struggle with the car, both drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat made the top ten.

    For the first time since the start of the season, Ferrari’s other driver and four-time champion Sebastian Vettel failed to get past Q1.  McLaren-Honda had celebrity actor Michael Douglas in their camp, but they did not have Jenson Button out on the track for qualifying due to, an ERS-related failure in the last practice session on Friday. Because he will be using his fifth engine for the year, the young rookie Dutchman, Max Verstappen, driver for Toro Rosso, will suffer a 10-place grid penalty, making him start 15th.   

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