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Messi and Ronaldo meet twice this season perhaps for the last times as La Liga rivals. Who is better? Why? Like Magic and Bird do they need each other? We preview this upcoming match and debate which player is the "best of the best". We recap Euro 2016 qualifiers - upsets and blow outs and riots....oh my! Are World Cup champions Germany in trouble after a first ever loss to Poland and a tie against Ireland? EPL is back - did that 4 goals in last 7 minutes QPR v Liverpool match finish Harry Rednap? Did Chelsea get luckly with that second bonehead yellow against Delaney to stay undefeated? Champions League group play renews this week with Real Madrid visiting Anfield - can the Reds hang with the defending champion Whites in Liverpool's current state of disarray? We discuss these topics and tons more!
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0:00 - 2:00 - That Champions League Heineken ad
02:00 - 11:40 - Steven Gerrard's final Anfield appearance for Liverpool FC
11:40 - 18:00 - Leo Messi's goal that won La Liga for Bacelona , and quick discussion of Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid.
18:00 - 26:40 - Review US Women's National Team's win over Mexico in the penultimate game before the Women's World Cup begins, including a discussion of Sydney Leroux's impact.
26:40 - end - Total Soccer Show scouting assignments
(0:00 - 17:30) Daryl and Taylor each pick the three players they're most excited to see called up for US Men's National Team January camp.
(17:30 -23:20) Jozy Altidore's possible return to Major League Soccer.
(23:20 - end) Listener questions, including: What does it mean to play on the break? Is Frank Lampard Schrodinger's footballer? Would Leo Messi fit in Chelsea's system? What is Merseyside? Why Kyle Walker? Is Jordan Morris hindering the USMNT?
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What a show we have for you this week, as the FIFA scandal continues amid Sepp Blatter's resignation as President this week. We bring on our legal analyst John Wilson, former US Dept. of Justice employee and current sports attorney in Seattle, to talk about it all and what we can expect to see coming in the next few weeks. Not to be overshadowed by the governing body of the game and their scandalas ways, we talk about the big game this weekend, UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Barcelona. Can Messi be stopped?? Is Pirlo the Italian Benjamin Button? We bring on former Arsenal Women, and current Seattle Reign coach Laura Harvey to talk Women's World Cup, Hope Solo, Megan Rapinoe, and of course....Arsene Wenger. We'll take our weekly look at the MLS and bring on the show Washington boys Oscar Jimenez and Gibson Bardsley from the Tulsa Roughnecks of the USL, as they are back home in Seattle to face Sounders 2 tonight. Of course it wouldn't be a show without Heinzen's World XI, Stauber's Bottom 3, and 2-touch. It's all here this week and it's going to be a great show. Don't miss us.
0:00 - 21:00 Review of the USWNT's 1-0 win over China in the Women's World CUp quarterfinal, thanks to Jill Ellis stealing Jurgen Klopp's brain, Carli Lloyd's eight-foot vertical and Julie Johnston's inebitable appearance on the $10 bill.
21:00 - 33:00 Review of Argentina's Copa America quarterfinal win over Colombia, including Leo Messi on a one-man mission, the nearly unbeatbale David Ospina, Jose Pekerman changing his mind 24 minutes in, and Colombia players blaming the turf for their penalty kick misses.
Daryl and Taylor review their specific predictions for all of Saturday's games, which featured brilliance from Messi, surprises from Ghana, wall-esque defense from Iran, co-records for a German, happiness for Nigeria, and anguish for Bosnia-Herzegovina. The guys also give their very specific previews for Sunday's action, do some USMNT-themed quizzing, and announce a new opportunity for listeners to help grow the show!
Charlamos con Santiago Guiter, fuerte seguidor del fútbol europeo, acerca del futuro del FC Barcelona y los posibles movimientos del venidero mercado europeo.
Además, realizaremos una previa de la Copa América, discutiendo candidatos, figuras, ausencias y sorpresas.
Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back this week on From The Touchline in Seattle talking Barca, Messi, and the Champions League. Tune in for analysis of the 1st legs, 2nd leg predictions, and find out if Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng has regained feeling in his legs after Messi ruined him for his 2nd goal of the night. We'll talk transfers as the rumour mill heats up in Europe. Depay to United, who will follow?? The MLS is hitting stride and both conference tables are tight, with Vancouver and Dallas still surprising in the West and the New England Revolution and DC United leading the East. We'll talk a little Europa League, and we'll introduce two new segments to the show: Heinzen's World XI and Stauber's Bottome 3. We're going to cover it all Friday morning at 9am!
Barcelona vs. Juventus UEFA Champions League Final Review, USWNT vs Australia Women's World Cup Prev
0:00 - 35:00 Review of the Champions League Final, including how Barcelona beat Juventus, why Leo Messi was playing so many switch-field passes, the importance of Luis Suarez and the over-caffeination of Arturo Vidal.
35:00 - 43:26 Quick Women's World Cup roundup, plus specific predictions for USWNT vs Australia.
We'll be back early Tueday morning with a review of that game.
The fellas have a lot of championships to discuss as they preview the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, the NHL Stanley Cup being decided between the Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning, and the Champions League final between Spain's Barcelona and Italy's Juventus – as both teams seek to finish the season with trebles. The guys also discuss Amir Khan's performance against Chris Algieri and how it impacts his chances of a bout against Floyd Mayweather as well as review this weekend's WWE Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.
We preview the Champions League Final, profiling the strengths and weaknesses of Barcelona and Juventus, suggesting the best way to stop Leo Messi (which involves treating him like Freddie Kreuger—trust us, it will make sense if you listen) and making our traditional very specific predictions about what will happen in this game.
Also: a note at the top of the show about spoilers and how we plan to be more considerate going forward.
Check back with us on Thursday afternoon for our bumper Women's World Cup prevoew show, and on Friday for our US U20 vs Ukraine and USMNT vs Netherlands reviews.
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