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    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play (Pre-Recorded)

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    BlogTalkRadio has been giving us problems, so on today's edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play, Hugo was solo for the first part of the program as he discussed his reactions to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal fixtures, as well as the Europa League fixtures. On the second part of the show, Ric and Andy joined is as we then spoke in-depth on the Premier League fixtures from this weekend, and discussed Serie A, Radamel Falcao, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Major League Soccer, and La Liga. We apologize to all for the technical difficulties.

  • 00:31

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    THE GMS Soccer Pod is back again, and this week we discuss the final month of the season in Europe, Champions League, Europa League and more

  • 00:28

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    The GMS World Tour continues and there is much to discuss around Europe and North America.

  • 02:01

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

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    We are back today for BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play. Lots of things have happened in the past two weeks in the world of football. We will discuss Jurgen Klopp's departure from Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season. Jurgen Klopp is a hot commodity especially his desire to manage in the Premier League, so where does he see fit? Manchester City? Liverpool? Arsenal? With Klopp's departure, how would it affect Borussia Dortmund for its future? We will relive Dortmund's win after Klopp's announcement, plus Bayern Munich again dominates, and Wolfsburg cools down. In Italy, we had the Milan derby with AC Milan taking on Inter Milan, and Juventus continue to dominate Serie A. We will look back at Major League Soccer, quick recap of the Argentina Primera Division, James Rodriguez dominating at Real Madrid, Barcelona stay a-top. However, the Barclays Premier League is it's conclusion. We will have all the post match reaction between the Chelsea vs. Manchester United encounter, plus Manchester City finally get a long awaited win. We will discuss the bottom half of the table as well. The FA Cup semifinals were decided, and Aston Villa will take on Arsenal in the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on May the 30th. Finally, Champions League and Europa League reaction. We have so much to talk about, so don't forget to join us tonight at 6:00 PM EST/11:00 PM UK time. You can call us at 347-637-3859 if you're domestic in the U.S. or Canada, or you can tweet us @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY. If you're abroad, you can also click on the live Skype link when the show starts.

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  • 01:28

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

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    At 5:30 PM EST/10:30 PM UK time, the BDSIR Network brings you another episode of No Foul Play. After a week of International fixtures, league play have resumed as the leagues are on the final stretch of the season. In Spain, Real Madrid resumed their winning ways by trashing lowly Granada 9-1. Cristiano Ronaldo was able to score five in his encounter, plus the return of James Rodriguez after a lengthy two month sideline from injury. Barcelona look to widen the gap as they take on Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid win, and a tasty match between Valencia and Villarreal to add suspense for the final straight qualification in the UEFA Champions League next season.


    Ligue 1 has title implications today as Marseille takes on PSG. Whom came out on top in this French match? Hugo lost a bet to Ric after Borussia Dortmund fell to Bayern Munich 1-0 from the Signal Iduna Park. However, did Bayern Munich's performance convince? Major League Soccer has impressed some of us in the show, as the Chicago Fire, MLS's perhaps worst team, have won two in a row by beating money powered Toronto FC as Ric and Andy will cover some MLS talk. Hugo will also talk a bit about football in South America.


    Finally, in the Barclays Premier League, Sunderland were able to pull away from the relegation zone, as QPR, Leicester City, and Burnley were able to add points to their table, but Hull City and Aston Villa both fall. What about the top four? Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United all win, Manchester City as a game at hand, but both Southampton and Liverpool lose major ground in the top four spots. It seems that the top four are signed, sealed, and delivered, but how will it all pan out at the end of the season?


    Jam packed show for you guys tonight. The number to call is (347) 637-3859 if you're in the U.S. or Canada, or you can Skype into the show by clicking on the live show link at the start of the show. You can also tweet us directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY!

  • 00:31

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    We discuss the NASL Season opening weekend on deck


    MLS turns to week 5 of the season


    Europe gets back to the pitch after Euro 2016 matches saw all leagues off last weekend

  • 00:30

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    On the latest edition of the World Tour Soccer Pod, Ej gets us ready for opening weekend in MLS. This will be the 20th season for the U.S League, with two teams making their much anticipated debut.
     


    The league also inked an 8-year television deal with ESPN, Fox and Univision to provide MLS fans an unprecedented amount of games each week. The new deal will also effect the schedule at the end of the regular season, and all will be explained on the show.

    The NASL is also on the verge of beginning the spring session, and have also added franchises, with more to come on the horizon. The league currently has only 11 teams, and league commissioner Bill Peterson has stated he hopes to see 18 - 20 teams in the league by 2018.


    We take the tour of Europe as well, with stops in Italy, Spain, and England, and an honorable mention of German Bundesliga.

  • 02:00

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

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    On today's edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play, we will continue discussing the league match-ups from across Europe and South America from this weekend. In England, we had the Capital One Cup final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, plus Liverpool received Manchester City at Anfield in a crucial title race match. In Spain, two mouthwatering matches between Atletico Madrid and Sevilla, plus Real Madrid and Villarreal occurred. Whom came out on top? We will also discuss Dortmund's resurgeance in the Bundesliga, as they completely ripped Schalke apart 3-0 at the Signal Iduna Park, and all of the action of Serie A and Ligue 1, where PSG went to Monaco. We will also give our input to the 2022 FIFA World Cup being in the Winter. All of this tonight, at 5:30 PM EST/10:30 PM EST. You can call the show at 347-637-3859, or you can tweet us @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY, or if you're abroad, once we are live, the Skype button will appear and you can directly connect to the show. See you there!

  • 02:00

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

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    It is "El Clasico" Day! One of the biggest fixtures of world football between Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place tonight, and 30 minutes after the final whistle, BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play will be on the air! We will analyze in-depth this match up. Whom will take all 3 points at the Camp Nou and become the sole leader in Spanish football? Not only did we have "El Clasico" today, but we also had Manchester United vs. Liverpool at Anfield in the Barclays Premier League. City wins, Chelsea struggle, and PSG overtakes Lyon in Ligue 1. We will also talk about Major League Soccer, plus Champions League and Europa League draw. Live tonight at 6:30 PM EST/10:30 PM UK. You can call us at 347-637-3859 or tweet us directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY. You can also join the show by clicking on the Skype icon when the show goes on the air.


    Don't forget to join us also on BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play X-Tra Time throughout the week on our YourListen channel! The link is below.


    http://yourlisten.com/BDSIRNetworkNoFoulPlay

  • 02:01

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

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    We are back tonight with a jam packed show! We will be discussing the Premier League vs. La Liga. Which league in your opinion is better? There was an article published stating that the Premier League is the most marketed football league in the world, but La Liga has a better quality crop of play than the Premier League. Do you agree? We will discuss all of your favorite leagues, including Manchester City's demise against Burnley, a stalemate between Chelsea and Southampton, plus is United really back? PSG dropped points against Bordeaux in a Ligue 1 clash, plus, is Barcelona unbeatable? We will also crack down the Champions League fixtures for this week. 347-637-3859 is the number to call, you can also tweet into the show @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY. Don't forget we also have X-Tra Time on our YourListen channel on the link below for weekly podcasts during the week!

    http://yourlisten.com/BDSIRNetworkNoFoulPlay