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In this inaugural episode of The Beautiful Game we have the pleasure of chatting with Greg Lalas, Editor-in-Chief of MLS Digital. Greg has worked extensively in soccer - at Goal.com, at ExtraTime Radio, and also played a couple seasons in MLS himself. He's also the force behind the annual Kicking & Screening Soccer Film Festival, now in its fifth year.
Greg will share his perspective on the history of MLS, how it was founded, how it was like/unlike the NASL, what expansion means, how parity even works, Don Garber's legacy, the future of MLS, soccer in America, and much more.
Join hosts Stephen Heiner, Per Lahti, David Avery, and Ryan Shea Hourigan as we spend some time discussing these issues with Greg.
Season 1 of the Beautiful Game will feature 6 special episodes focusing on one aspect of our show. This is episode 1 of that series.
The Beautiful Game is a soccer podcast devoted to educating the newest fans of the world's most popular sport. We cover the latest news in UEFA Champions League, Barclays Premier League, Major League Soccer, and World Cup. We believe you can understand where you are and where you are going if you understand where you came from, so we also feature interviews with soccer writers and journalists to give a broader historical perspective to current news. We will also periodically review rules and regulations so the newer listener can bring a greater context to enjoying our favorite sport.
The Beautiful Game is a production of the AMDG Radio Network. All Rights are Reserved.
The big money men from Manchester City have partnered with the New York Yankees on the new New York City FC side that will start playing in MLS in 2015.
Can you say big money!
And Jose Mourinho is out at Real Madrid come seasons end and looks destined to be at Chelsea in the fall.
Is that a good move? I think so.
The experts from International Soccer Network preview the upcoming MLS season. This week will feature the Eastern Conference, which now includes the Houston Dynamo. Canadian youth soccer phenom Graydon Lynch will be joining us to talk about Toronto FC.
Music: "Hidden Blues" by Admiral Bob (feat. pitx)
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Join Phil Naegely and his crew from Stoppage Time Soccer as they break down all things Futbol. Listen as they take us through the biggest stories of the Summer Transfer Season. What moves have your favorite team(s) made? Find out in this week's edition of Stopage Time Soccer - The Real Futbol Show sponsored by StoppageTimeSoccer.net.
Major League Soccer is in full swing and the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga will be underway before we know it.
Sit back and relax as they give their expert analysis of all the upcoming games, and do reviews and previews of each league. Don't get Red Carded, score in Stoppage Time.
We discuss Major League Soccer with OPTA analyts Pete Brownell, Jesse Myers' move to Rochester, Charlie Davies, Kasey Keller, the US Men's National Team new FIFA ranking and: will MLS ever be a top three sports league in United States?
He is an American soccer player who plays for the Seattle Sounders in Major League Soccer. He is the captain of the United States national team. As a teenager, he played for one of the top youth soccer clubs in the state, the Dallas Texans, before playing for Furman University's men's soccer team. In 2004, he was drafted by Major League Soccer club New England Revolution. Between 2007 and 2012, he played for Premier League team Fulham and is the club's highest Premier League goal scorer of all time. He also became the first American player to score a hat-trick in the English Premier League, in the 5–2 win over Newcastle United in January 2012.
He first represented the United States at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship in the United Arab Emirates. And in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, he scored the team's only goal of the tournament. In the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he scored against England, becoming only the second American to score goals in multiple World Cup tournaments. In the 2014 FIFA World Cup, he beat his previous record, making the fifth fastest goal in World Cup history. He and his team are currently playing in the World Cup in Brazil.
In an interview with Christian Today, he said that his faith did not become active and real to him until after his sister died from a brain aneurysm. He said, "Her death triggered all kinds of questions about why some things happen and what role God played in it all. For a number of years, I struggled and put distance between God and me. But He was faithful and patient and provided gradual healing and strength." When he went to college and got into Bible study, his faith became more real to him...
His name is Clint Dempsey.
Ben Moore of PantherTalk.com catches up with David Norwood of The Signal to discuss his recent column about the idea that the Major League Soccer team which is slated to share the same building as the football program could bring more fans to games by using non-traditional game days to attract more students.
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In this episode of Soccer Saavy, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Irresistable Gourmet Popcorn, Mike Murpshy and Troy Otradovec will change our content over to the MLS (Major League Soccer). All of the "star" players have returned from Brazil, so lets get caught up with all the latest news in the MLS. We will also talk about what is going on across the pond in the European leagues so Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - Murph and I can chat soccer every day but we are only coming at you one day a week now on Thursday evenings.
Tomorrow morning, at a special day and time, from 9 til 10 am EST it's "Pushing the Envelope" with special guest CLNSRadio co-founder and owner Nick Gelso coming on from the get go and staying for the first half hour. With the head man of CLNS we will discuss LeBron James, more of the NBA free agency and what he likes (and what he does not) about the NFL policies. After the co-host of Beats & Eats leaves I will give you my take on LBJ, Melo and the rest of the FA, and then give you my thoughts on what the World Cup means for the US and what it can mean going forward. And if other things come along, I might just speak about them as well.
So, join me, A_E_M, on the show that never sits on the fence on any subject at a special day and time!
Join E.J. and Corey D. Roberts on Monday July 28th from 1-2pm EST for another episode of Major League Fantasy Baseball Radio brought to you by the Sports Palooza Radio Network.
Our guests this week will include Andy Macuga and Dennis St. Pierre.
Andy Macuga is a High School Baseball coach in California and an Owner in Major League Fantasy Baseball for 2 years.
Dennis St. Pierre has been an owner in Major League Fantasy Baseball for 2 years and he is also part of our Trade Arbitration Committee.
Our topics will be strategy, player analysis, and some current events.
Join EJ and guest co-host Chase Jacobs on Sunday July 27th from 11:30am-12:30pm EST for another episode of the Major league Fantasy Football Radio brought to you by The Sports Palooza Radio Network.
Our guests this week are Jeff Nelson and Ryan Ingram.
Jeff is a High School Defensive coach in PA and also a two time champion of Major League Fantasy Football.
Ryan Ingram is a writer for Major League Fantasy Sports specializing in Football. We will be discussing the D-Line, scheme, and some of the impact players we see this year.
We will also be discussing the running back position as well. Come have some fun with us!
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