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  • 01:19

    Should Arsenal "divorce" Arsene Wenger as Piers Morgan suggests?

    in Sports


    Worse start in 32 years! Jurgen Klopp rumored as a replacement. After losing to yet another top four team fielding an injury ridden lineup should Wenger go now? The two yanks and the panel of experts react to last weekend's marque matchup. Liverpool re-lives last year's nightmare against Crystal Palace - and has to fight for its Champion's League life 72 hours later. Can they find good form in TimeWe comment on this and other key matchday 5 Champions League group games. This and much more live from the British and Dominion Social Club!

  • 00:31

    RejuveNation Station: Andrea Wenger

    in Health

    Andrea Wenger, MAHA, is passionate about supporting you to break free from “shoulds” and step into the rich abundance of your power and unique gifts. As a Sound Healer, Reiki Practitioner, and Holistic Nutrition Coach, Andrea creates a safe space to heal on physical, emotional and spiritual levels through mindfulness, self-nourishment, and embodied alignment with your authentic and divine purpose. Learn more at www.andreawenger.com.

  • 01:01

    From The Touchline in Seattle

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    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back this week to talk about the week that was, and the week that will be in world soccer. The Champions League is off and running and hearts are broken in Manchester. Not to mention Arsene Wenger is wondering what happened in Croatia and Jose Mourinho is laughing that he's the only English team to win in the Champions League this week. Onto the weekend, Wenger and Mourinho will face off once again in what has become the best managerial matchup and we'll talk about it. The MLS is getting interesting as we close in on the playoffs and we'll talk about that as well. As always nobody is safe for Stauber's Bottom 3 and we'll see who the best in the world was for the week according to Heinzo's World XI. It's all here today at 9am.


  • 01:00

    From The Touchline in Seattle

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    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen return to the airwaves again this week to cover the world of soccer from a Seattle perspective. The boys will dive into the Barclay's Premier League and talk about the first potential managerial sacking of the season. Will it be Brendan Rogers? Maybe Dick Advocaat, or perhaps Steve McLaren? Chelsea v Arsenal provided the typical fireworks and Staubs and Heinzo will talk Mourinho, Costa, and of course Ansene Wenger. Manchester United seems to have found the #9 they have been looking for in new teenage sensation Anthony Martial. See what they have to say about all things Premier League. The CONCACAF Champions League is moving to the knockout rounds and the boys will cover the remaining 8 teams and their chances of winning. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller have taken goal scoring to another level for Bayern Munich and the boys will talk about this fantastic duo and the chances it gives Munich for a UEFA Champions League title this year. The MLS season is coming to a close and playoff spots are at a premium. Will Portland make it? Will Didier Drogba lead Montreal into the playoffs? Will Seattle's late season signings and resurgence put them on the same level as LA Galaxy heading into the playoffs? All questions MLS will be answered along with Stauber's Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI. Catch them Friday at 9am PST noon EST.

  • From The Touchline in Seattle

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    What a week it's been in the world of soccer and Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back to cover it all. We've got everything you need to know on the Champions League, including a Manchester United win over Wolfsburg and embarrassing defeats for Chelsea and Arsenal. Speaking of embarrassing, Liverpool could barely muster a draw against Swiss side Sion at Anfield ahead of their massive Mersyside Derby on Sunday, which could likely be Brendan Rodgers last match in charge of the Reds. Also on Sunday in the Premier League we have United visiting Arsenal at the Emirates in a game that could put Arsene Wenger's future further in doubt. The MLS playoff race is as muttled and unpredictable as ever and another weekend of important games will hopefully clear things up a bit. After missing last week's edition, Staubs is back with the Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI surely won't disappoint, and don't miss as the boys bring back the 2-touch segment. It's all here at 9am PST, Noon EST.

  • Chelsea, Liverpool & Mancs lose, Citeh, Swansea, AFC & Saints surge + Transfers

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    Chelsea continues miserable start to the new season in losing another match and losing their key transfer window target John Stones. Can Jose right the ship after the Blues' worse start since the early 1970s? After showing promise with two wins and a draw in their first three games, Liverpool gets buried in a 0-3 drubbing to West Ham.  Is Brendan Rodgers the right manager for this team? After not being scored upon in three games Manchester United give up two goals in five minutes in their loss to upcomers Swansea City - and what was that fiasco about in the De Gea/Real Madrid transfer falling apart due to paper work snafus at the eleventh hour? With Arsenal scoring just three goals this season and "own goal" accounting for two of those, Arsene Wenger responds by aquiring no field players in this summer's transfer window - is this same old AW routine wearing thin on Gunner fans again? Wholesale changes again at Southampton: after getting their first win this week against mighty Watford can the Saints pull off another successfull complete player overhaul? The panel picks their Blacksheep/underdog teams for the season - Swansea, Sunderland, Leister or maybe Bournemouth? Having walked into a Santa Monica bar while being in the USA for a work project and meeting scourserCraig, fellow scouser liverpoolGary jumps on the pubcast and starts pitching the banter from word one - great to have you on the show Gary!  We discuss all this and more in the latest version of the famous Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 00:29

    Front Porch Friday - August Wenger

    in Entertainment

    August Wenger is a Daytona Beach musician with an interest in history. He is co-founder of the Daytona Music Society and the music coordinator of a monthly event in Daytona Beach's historical downtown called The Front Porch Friday Festival along the Halifax River.
    This show combines an interview with some of the music performed during the evening. 

  • 01:10

    Wayne Rooney best ever? Gooners & Spurs square off! Mancs v Liverpool Preview

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    Our Sponsor, The Olde Ship British Pub and Restaurant, is unique in being the pub base for both the local Arsenal fan club called the OCGooners and the local Chelsea fan club called the OCBlues.  The growing Tottenheim OC Spurs fan club and the Orange County ManU fan clubs will also frequent the Olde Ship.  In this version of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show board members from the OCGooners and the OCSpurs join the banterfest.  Are there times when Gooner and Spurs fans would gang up against scouserCraig? How do Spurs fans feel about their positioning against Arsenal? Do Spurs fans have a Chicago Cubs complex?  Wayne Rooney tied and than broke Sir Bobby Charlton's England National team goal record over the weekend in games v San Marino and Switzerland - Is Wayne Rooner England's best striker ever? Saturday is the first version of the most watched game around the world with Liverpool taking on Manchester at Old Trafford. With both teams coming off tough defeats which team needs this high profile win more? Is this match even more critical to the futures of both Managers? We discuss all this and more - with plenty helpings of banter - in this week's show

  • 00:45

    Galaxy Tailgate Live from StubHub! Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool & Galaxy v NYCFC

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    It looked like the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show tailgate podcast would not happen due to us not having press credentials (yes we've hit the big time!).  However, after extensive negotiations and high level diliberations the Galaxy management decided to let the show go on! The tent was up, mics, booms and the famous Two Yanks v Brist banner drew crowds as we broadcasted in the lovely California sunshine from the StubHub Center prior to the LA Galaxy v NYCFC nationally televised soccer match. In this show we react to Chelsea's first win of the season - Pedro makes an immediate impact by scoring a goal and an assist, Diego Costa opens his season scoring account and transfer rumors continue to swirl about Everton's John Stones joining the Blues. GoonerTom rejoins the panel along with his mate liverpoolChris and the Arsenal v Liverpool pre match banter flies!  What does this first encounter mean to both the Gunners and the Reds? ScouserCraig weighs in. It was billed as the Stevie G v Frank Lampard "British Invasion" but with Lampard out and a sold out crowd the tailgate atmosphere was still electric. We discuss all this and more in this roadtrip edition of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 01:11

    Pat Wenger~Finances~LetsGetRealChattinwithCatherine

    in Finance

    Many thanks to Pat Wenger, a much sought after Financial Consultant from British Columbia, Canada, who shared some great insights about money! Her gift is to help people get comfortable with money. So much of our living is based in fear of not having enough money but we are not given the tools to overcome that fear. Pat Wenger has a great attitude and fantastic insight! You can read Pat's full bio and get contact info here on the guest page... http://letsgetrealchattinwithcatherine.com/

  • 00:48

    Wim Wenger-Find the Einstein Inside You:Steps to Increasing IQ

    in Finance

    Have you ever walked into a room only to forget why you went into that room? Have you ever thought to yourself, “I’m smart, but I’m no Einstein?” Think about how your life might be different if you could increase your brain power by just 5%. What if you could increase your IQ by several points or become a better problem solver?

    Well, guess what?

    According to research being done today, you just might be brighter than you think!  Your brain, in its current state, has more capacity for learning, intelligence, and imagination than we realize. In each of us, there is the potential for a tremendous amount of unconscious perception and data-processing, which for various reasons is unengaged and seems to be beyond our normal range of consciousness.

    Our guest, Dr. Win Wenger, is a pioneer in the fields of creative method, accelerated learning, brain and mind development, and political economy. He is a lecturer and the author of 55 published books, including breakthrough works like “Discovering the Obvious” and “The Einstein Factor,” which detail powerful techniques to facilitate learning, scientific discovery, and technical innovation. H

    is unique non-profit organization, Project Renaissance, is dedicated to increasing individuals’ potential and accelerating the dawning of a new Renaissance.