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Welcome to this week's edition of #IntotheCosmos, the podcast that can be heard every Wednesday at 1 PM ET.
Hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa get you ready for the U.S Open Cup outing against the New York Red Bulls, and rewind to the New York Cosmos big win over NYCFC in the fourth round of the Cup at Shuart Stadium last week.
We venture beyond the Cosmos a bit this week with the team having some time off and discuss the U.S Men's National Team roster. We will also talk about the antics of Clint Dempsey this past week in the U.S Cup that led to a 3-match ban in MLS play, and Jurgen Klinsmann's approach for the Gold Cup.
There are many high-profile European players making their way to the states, and Frank is in NY this week to be part of the Steve Nash Showdown event in New York's China Town.
We reveal the early portion of the fall schedule for the NY Cosmos, and review the spring success of the team as well, so buckle up for a ride ... Into the Cosmos!
This week on #IntotheCosmos, Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa review the first ever Cosmos match at MCU Park in Brooklyn this past weekend, and get you ready for Edmonton on Mother's Day this Sunday.
Two fantastic interviews come your way, as we sit down with the New York Cosmos striker Lucky Mkosana, on the heels of his only goal that gave the Cosmos three points in their 1 - 0 win in Brooklyn over Ottawa this past weekend.
With Edmonton in town this week, the guys have the pleasure of interviewing the head coach of the Eddies, Colin Miller, who has had a tremendous career as both a player and coach, and if you listen to his advice, you can learn what he looks for in a player.
Get yourself ready for this weekend at Shuart Stadium, as the Cosmos welcome the Eddies to town, and Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there who are special to all of us in their own way!
Ej Garr and Michael Lewis present .... Into the Cosmos!
Week 2 of the NASL season gets underway, and we have all your New York Cosmos news, as well as coverage of the Indy Eleven, who we face this upcoming Saturday, April 11.
The guys review opening weekend for the Cosmos, after the 1 - 0 win vs Ft. Lauderdale on Saturday April 4.
This week, we interview defensemen Jimmy Mulligan, who came into the game just after the hour mark to help the team secure the only clean sheet held in the entire NASL opening day!
We also speak with Don Smart of Indy Eleven, who scored the team's only goal in a 1 - 1 draw with time winding down from the penalty spot.
We discuss the Tuesday media day conversations with Coach Gio, and give you all you need to know to prepare for the match against Indy Eleven at 'The Mike' - Michael Carroll Stadium.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus gives his review on the remake of "COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey." This program was rehatched by atheist cartoonist and comedian, Seth Macfarlane and is hosted by astrophysicist, Neil Degrasse Tyson.
The program is meant to convey scientific history and facts using visuals and layman's language in hopes of educating viewers. However, the program has had its controversy with its indirect attacks against religion, particularly the Catholic Church and God.
In its pilot episode, heretical Dominican friar Giordano Bruno is presented as a hero and victim of the Catholic Church. The historical facts surrounding him and the Church are erroneously presented to make the latter look like an enemy to science and progress. Sacerdotus explains why the show got the history wrong.
Moreover, in follow up episodes, Dr. Tyson insinuates that no God is needed to create or maintain the universe and that everything has a natural explanation. Sacerdotus counters this by exposing the atheistic shadow behind the script Tyson reads during taping.
Should Catholics and other theists watch the show?
Is the show good to learn science from?
Sacerdotus answers these and other questions.
On this week's episode of #IntotheCosmos, hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa review last week's Cosmos' victory, 4 - 2, against Edmonton FC on Mother's Day at Shuart Stadium. The victory puts them five points on top of the fall standings.
This week's guests include Cosmos' defender Hunter Gorskie, who talks about his career and his path to the New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League.
Our next guest is the Railhawks' defenseman/midfielder Wes Knight, who talks about his torn ACL injury and how he made his way back to the league #TheUntoldStoryofSport. Our next interview is with Railhawks' midfielder Neil Hlavaty, who ties for second on the list with minutes played in the modern NASL.
Ej and Frank will preview this weekend's New York Cosmos' match as they prepare to take the road to Carolina to play the Railhawks at Wakemed Park on Saturday, May 16.
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This week on #IntotheCosmos our hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa get you ready for a crazy week ahead for the New York Cosmos.
With three matches set to be played in seven days, the Cosmos will be on the field plenty, as they face two home games with Ft Lauderdale and Minnesota, before hitting the road for a second meeting with Ft Lauderdale.
We review the 1 - 1 draw with Indy Eleven this past weekend, whiich makes it six straight games in the series with a draw as an outcome between the teams.
We also welcome Andres Flores as our guest this week. Flores just rejoined the team from Gold Cup action with El Salvadore and he's making his second appearance on the show.
Teams are battling for positioning in the fall table and the Cosmos need to pick up the pace in the standings as the accumulative points for the spring and fall will determine home field advantage in the playoffs.
Welcome to the first episode of "Into the Cosmos" the home of the New York Cosmos' weekly soccer podcast on the Sports Palooza Radio Network.
Today, co-hosts Ej Garr and Michael Lewis cover everything you need to know about the team. This weekend, they'll be making their 2015season debut against the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers down in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Ej and Michael cover the Cosmos' injury report and sit down with Captain Carlos Mendes and the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' Aly Hassan.
We also give a preview of the home opener on April 18 and talk about the proposal for the new Cosmos stadium.
If you're a New York Cosmos fan, THIS is where you want to be every Wednesday afternoon to keep up with your favorite team. We'll bring you interviews, updates and so much more!
Today on #IntotheCosmos, Hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa review the week that was for the New York Cosmos. After a U.S Open Cup match with Jersey City that resulted in a 3 - 0 win, and a 1 - 1 draw with Minnesota in league play, the boys took to Havana, Cuba in a historic match with the Cuban National Team. The Cosmos came out on top 4 - 1, with four first half goals. Lucky Mkosana found the net twice, with Sebastian Guenzatti and Hagop Chirishian adding tallies for the team.
Our interviews this week will take place with Sebastian Guenzatti from the Cosmos, and Jemal Johnson from the Jacksonville Armada, who in fact has a ring on his finger from his 2013 season with the Cosmos.
We will preview the match this weekend with Jacksonville, and get you prepared for the weekend, as well as discuss some news before the US Open Cup match with NYCFC.
We hope you enjoy this show this week, and thank you for listening to Into the Cosmos!
This week on #IntotheCosmos, your hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa have a huge show lined up for everyone to enjoy.
The guys will review the match this past weekend with San Antonio, after the Cosmos put an almost perfect performance together, which aided Jimmy Maurer to his NASL record setting 18th clean sheet, in the 3 - 0 win.
Speaking of Jimmy Maurer, the Cosmos stellar GK makes his first appearance on the show this season, and reflects on his accomplishments, and this season on and off the field.
With the Cosmos preparing for their 3rd Round U.S Cup battle with Jersey Express, we get the amazing opportunity to sit down with Express head coach Anderson Da SIlva, who has been helping the youth of soccer his entire life. He, alongside Chiquinho Da Silva, have combined for over 50 years of educating players on how to play the beautiful game.
Our third interview is with the head coach of Minnesota United, as we welcome Manny Lagos to the broadcast. Following his father's footsteps, Manny is the longest tenured coach in the entire NASL, with two Coach of the Year awards to his credit.
It will be a busy week ahead for the Cosmos, with the U.S Cup match on Wednesday, a big league match with second place Minnesota, and a trip to Cuba on June 2nd all on deck, so let's get to it!
This week on #IntotheCosmos, hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa review last weekend's 2 - 2 draw with Carolina, and get you prepared for the San Antonio Scorpions visit to Shuart Stadium on Saturday.
In review of the match at Carolina's Wakemed Park, the Cosmos earned a draw in stunning fashion, entering the 90th minute down 2 - 0, completing the comeback with a goal from Andres Flores with only seconds remaining in extra time. He also earned a spot on the NASL team of the week.
Flores is our guest this week on the show, as he discusses the goal to pull the match level, while giving us some insight on his time with the El Salvador national team. Currently, he is the only Cosmos player who will be serving international duty over the summer, as World Cup qualification and Gold Cup competition are among the events taking place. He discusses the pre-season stop in his native El Salvador and the excitement for the upcoming trip to Cuba for the Cosmos.
We then prepare everyone for the match this weekend vs the San Antonio Scorpions, as the Cosmos enter the weekend up three points in the standings, with only three matches remaining in the spring campaign.
This week on #IntotheCosmos, hosts Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa preview the U.S Open Cup match with NYCFC on Wednesday June 17, and we bring in a special guest to join the conversation.
Ian Joy of beINSports, who also commentates the NYCFC games for the Yes Network, will join our hosts this week, as the former MLS player provides his analysis of the state of the team, as well as the significance of the U.S Open CUp in soccer history.
While the Cosmos celebrate the Spring Championship, there is no time to sit back and rest on the accomplishment, with a 4th round encounter on deck in the Open Cup, and Coach Gio Savarese stated as much in this week's press conference, noting that while the accomplishment is significant, there is much more work left to do this year.
Let's get to it, and hopefully we will see you at Shuart Stadium at 7:30 PM ET, for the match against NYCFC.
This week on #IntotheCosmos, Ej Garr and Frank Dell'Apa discuss the state of the Cosmos, review the match with Atlanta, and get you prepared for this weekend's game with the Ottawa.Fury at home in MCU Park in Brooklyn, New York.
We have two interviews to bring you, as we have all season, and this week we have midfielder Danny Szetela from the New York Cosmos, and striker Tom Heinemann from the Ottawa Fury. Danny talks about his international career as a player, playing in Spain and Italy. Not only does Tom talk about the upcoming game this weekend, but what the Fury is doing to prepare for one more game they have before Saturday in the Canadian Championships. Tom also shared information on his camp for kids that he holds in his hometown of St. Louis. Both players also discuss their careers that have led them to where they are today, from the MLS, and abroad.
Join us each Wednesday at 1 p.m. as we bring you all the news you need on the New York Cosmos.