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Phil Naegely is passionate about soccer. He lives and breathes soccer and hopes to get involved in the sports world upon graduating from Messiah College. Tune in each week to Stoppage Time Soccer to get up-to-date information about what is going on in the soccer world. In addition to hosting, the show will bring in experts from around the various soccer leagues, including but not limited to MLS, EPL, Liga MX, etc.
On this week's episode, Phil Naegely takes a look at the MLS SuperDraft and NWSL. Mark Fishkin joins STS to talk New York Red Bulls and the Red Bulls Town Hall meeting. Matt Pentz will follow to talk about the Seattle Sounders and the MLS SuperDraft. To round out the show, Chris Blakely will return to share his thoughts on MLS and NWSL news and notes from the past week.
Last week Orlando City needed four to six points out of its two matches against Eastern Conference opponents. The Lions got a single point. Playoff positions are slipping through Orlando's fingers but we remain hopeful that the reinforcements will be able to lift the club into the top six.
We break down the tough 4-1 loss at Toronto and the 0-0 home draw against Philadelphia Union. We cover Tommy Redding's debut, Conor Donovan's horrible injury and everything else from two matches that we will probably want to forget. But we also look at the bright side and give you our Man of the Match from each game.
Sounder at Heart Managing Editor Dave Clark jumps on to preview Sunday's big match-up at CenturyLink. Obafemi Martins will be back. Clint Dempsey won't. Find out who else will (and won't) be in the lineup Sunday and what you can expect from this weekend's match. Dave's passion shines through as he talks about his Sounders.
And we answer your questions in our Ask TML segment, covering the new stadium, breakfast cereal and other topics of note.
Here's the breakdown:
0:26- Notes from Toronto and Philadelphia, covering two less-than-spectacular results. Attacking wingers, Luke Boden, Tommy Redding, Conor Donovan and our Man of the Match from each contest.
18:03- Dave Clark joins us to help us preview Sunday's big game and gives us the Seattle point of view. He's excited!
40:24- Ask TML answers that age-old question: Count Chocula or Franken-Berry? Plus others! And we give you our predictions for Sunday!
We've got that Friday feeling!
0:00 - 2:40 — Inside the offices of the Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Bayern Munich managers: http://buzz.marca.com/6-despachos-de-grandes-entrenadores-de-futbol/467
2:40 - 28:14 — Listener questions: Are left-footed players also left-handed? How do you spot garbage transfer rumors? Should Seattle fans worry about their team's low number of shot attempts?
28:14 - 33:40 — Corrections! In which Total Soccer Show listeners explain the Coriolis effect to Daryl and Taylor.
33:40 - 39:00 — Scouting reports! Updates on Chelsea's Dom Solanke, Manchester United's James Wilson and LA Galaxy's Jose Villarreal (with a shout out to Corner of the Galaxy podcast)
39:00 to end — New scouting assignments, including an Iraqi prodigy, an English-Irish winger, and a German-born Turkish free-kick maestro.
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On this episode of The Seahawks Show, hosts Kevin Daggett and Lee Vowell discuss possible offseason moves for the Seahawks with guest David Stobbe of FanSided's Seahawks site, 12th Man Rising. Who might Seattle re-sign, who might they try to go after in free agency and what are the biggest needs of the team? Find out here.
We will have weekly predictions on NFL action throughout the season. Your input is welcomed and anticipated, as your team will be passionately discussed as well! Not only will we comment on the teams and their ability to win or lose, but topical off the field issues will be covered, in addition to Fantasy Football discussions. Join us weekly, as this is our show, as that’s makes it the “Voice of Fans!’
:Clayton Homes, the nation’s biggest homebuilder, which is controlled by its second-richest man — Warren Buffett.Buffett’s mobile home empire promises low-income Americans the dream of homeownership. But Clayton relies on predatory sales practices, exorbitant fees, and interest rates that can exceed 15 percent, trapping many buyers in loans they can’t afford and in homes that are almost impossible to sell or refinance, an investigation by The Center for Public Integrity and The Seattle Times has found.
Clayton Homes’ finance companies have operated in the highly-regulated mortgage lending industry for more than 40 years. Just 90 days ago, The New York Times wrote, “what distinguished Clayton Homes was that its financing division, unlike that of competitors did not engage in predatory lending or exploit its customers’ naiveté`.” Berkshire Hathaway
Everyone's uncle, niece, cousin and coworker has opinions on the Presidential race. Hovering between the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, we blowhards just le it rip. My turn.
I'll drop my cornhusker conclusions — Bernie, Hillary, the dropouts, Trump, Cruz, and Rubio — plus New Hampshire know-it-all forecasting.
My 6-month granddaughter is among Sanders' youngest supporters, aided by her mother. They went from Seattle to Des Moines and now on to ye olde Granite State. So expect some skewing.
How often do we look around and say, how can we help bring change? We can easily see many people struggling to stand up against the current ERISA Legislation which protects Wall Street Balance Sheets while causing serious damage to the budgets of Main Street. Insurance denials and terminations placed insured money into the hands of Self-Insured Employers, Private, and Public Insurance Companies. But is this right? Especially while Insurance Policyholders struggle to meet daily needs because Employee Benefit promised has been delayed, denied, or cut short and given back to corporations?
Today lets talk about what we as Insurance Policyholders can do to help bring about change which breaks the cycle of poverty when Employers keep Employee Benefits through ERISA.
EVER THOUGHT ABOUT STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS? WHAT'S ACTUALLY HOLDING YOU BACK? ARE YOU USING ALL THE RESOURCES YOU HAVE? ARE YOU AFRAID TO GO OUT ON A LIMB AND TAKE A CHANCE ON YOURSELF? JOIN HOSTS J ALAN & RONDA WARD FOR THIS IMPORTANT DISCUSSION AS WE SPEAK TO TWO BUSINESS OWNERS. CEO OF "ALLFLAVORNO GREASE" KEITH GARRETT & OWNER OF "CALDWEL SERVICES" MR. LOUIS CALDWELL. CHIME IN WITH YOUR THOUGHTS AS WELL AS QUESTIONS!
Jim Basnight is a journalist who published a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com and has worked for Rivals/Yahoo and 710-ESPN Radio Seattle. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim rounds up the Pac-12, at the midway point of the conference season and welcomes callers to talk all the NW hoop scoop.