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So that's what three points feel like. It's been awhile.
Brek Shea returned and Adrian Winter and Bryan Rochez both opened their MLS accounts as the Lions claimed all the points against former OCSC star Dom Dwyer and his Sporting Kansas City teammates at the Citrus Bowl Sunday. Andrew Harrison joins host Michael Citro to discuss the game's talking points and bask in the glow of victory.
Then Hot Time in the Old Town Editor-in-Chief Sean Spence joins us to look ahead to Chicago on Saturday and which players may or may not play at Toyota Park for the Fire. Sean gave us the lowdown on the situation in Chicago and what we can expect on Saturday, plus his score prediction.
And we give our key match-ups for the weekend and our not-to-be-wagered-on predictions for the game against the Fire.
Here's how it happened:
0:25- Victory! Andrew and Michael dissect a very satisfying 3-1 home win on Sunday and spotlight the performances by Adrian Winter, Bryan Rochez, Brek Shea, Cristian Higuita, Servando Carrasco and others. Plus our Man of the Match selections.
21:20- Sean Spence jumps on and he's got much to say about the state of the Chicago Fire. He previews Chicago's speedy forwards and midfielders and which ones might sit out the match Saturday. Plus he gives us his take on the NWSL as Orlando City seems on the brink of adding a women's team.
47:36- Our key match-ups and prediction time!
A promising middle of the season pushed Orlando City into second in the Eastern Conference playoff race. But a miserable two months on the pitch since Brek Shea's injury has the Lions looking up at all six playoff spots after New England's 3-0 demolition of City at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.
But hope springs eternal and the Lions come home with reinforcements against former Orlando City striker Dom Dwyer and Sporting Kansas City.
We break down the action from Saturday night and give you our Man of the Match (spoiler: it was Tally Hall). We also look ahead to Sunday's showdown with Sporting KC with the help of Thad Bell of The Blue Testament, SB Nation's SKC blog. Thad weighs in on Dom, Aurelien Collin, Amobi Okugo and more.
And there's always our predictions segment, where we beg you not to take our prognostications to your local bookie.
Here's how it went down:
0:27- Michael and Daniel review the New England Revolution game, with what went right and what went very wrong. And Tally Hall is amazing.
20:03- Thad Bell jumps on to give us the Sporting KC point of view on all things.
37:05- Our key match-ups for Sunday and final score predictions.
Brad Davis played for the Houston Dynamo for ten years but Sporting Kansas City picked him up for a pair of draft picks. Steve Brisendine of MLSSoccer.com and Thad Bell fromTheBlueTestament.com talk about Brad Davis joining Sporting Kansas City and how Davis and Mapp will fit in and be used.
Thad Bell from TheBlueTestament is joined by Mike Kuhn of Downthebyline fame and Steve Brisendine, Sporting KC's beat writer for mlssoccer.com to discuss the latest moves by Sporting Kansas City.
A lot of fans are not happy with some rcent moves.
First up, Krisztián Németh and SKC seemed to have parted less than amicably. Was it money for Nemeth? Was it oil dollars for SKC? Time to train for the Euros? Not enough chicken paprikash?
The other big move sees homegrown defender Erik Palmer-Brown sent on loan to Porto FC in Portugal. Money, experince? Roster room?
Squeezed in between all the controversial player moves the first preseason scrimmage took place.
Thad Bell from TheBlueTestament.com is joined by Steve Brisendine of MLSSoccer.com and Mike Kuhn from Downthebyline.com to discuss Sporting Kansas City's most recent signing of Nuno Andre Coelho. We will also take a look at the crowded roster for Sporting Kansas City and discuss how the Swope Park Rangers (SKC's USL team) might affect that. With any extra time we will chat about the midfielder that Robb Heineman tweeted about, preseason and whatever else we can fit in.
The joys of the U.S. Open Cup early rounds, USMNT roster debates and hip hop soccer. Oh, and Sporting KC. Again.
SATURDAY HIGH NOON
What's the matter with Kansas? "The Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy recently reported that Kansas has the ninth-most unfair tax system in the county. A Kansan earning $47,700 a year pays 9.5 percent of income in state and local taxes; but someone earning $1,191,700 pays an effective rate of just 3.6 percent."
So much for the 'trickle down' libertarian economic theories masterminded by the Wichita plutocrats Charles & David Koch; as implemented by Gov. Sam Brownback and his cronies in the state legislature.
Program Summary: Feb. 13, 2016
Hear Doug Annstaedt, executive director of the Kansas Press Association on open meeting law reforms before the Kansas state legilature.
2nd Hour - Hear the latest (released for distribution 20 Feb. 2015) from investigative reporter, Tony Gosling & "Old Labour" Martin Summer as they host from Bristol's community radio station the "Friday Drivetime" show.
The All Star weekend in the NBA is here and we still have more dishes here in Sport City to throw around. Welcome to the Roundtable of Sport City! The Chefs have had some of the best shows this week and hopefully everyone has still paid attention to the Sports at hand in the landscape of Sport City. From the end of the NFL season to the mid-season point of the NBA and the MLB season approaching there are still a ton of Food For Thought recipes that we still have in the kitchen. Join Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus, Ignacio Silva, Tyrone Powell BKA TP Tymeless and the rest of the Chefs that you know so well here in the building. Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!!!!! If they don't know...................... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Maya in America is a new book that shows how the ancient Maya not only reached the shores of Florida and Georgia but had a thriving gold mining operation in the north Georgia mountains.
Author Richard Thornton is a Creek Indian architect, city planner, author and researcher into Native American history. His professional work in support of archaeologists began in college, when he received a fellowship to study Mesoamerican architecture and urban planning in Mexico. In 2004 he began carrying out research projects for Native American tribes that studied their cultural history. He is a founding member and newsletter editor of the People of One Fire, a national alliance of Native American scholars. In parallel, Richard has been then architect for the restoration of several hundred buidings dating back to 1746 throughout the Southeast. On his Caucasion side, he is a direct descendant of the first leader of the Georgia during the American Revolution, a Continental officer, and Creek Indian leaders, who were allies of the Patriots.
Several of his historic preservation projects were associated with personalities or events of national importance, such as the American Revolution, Civil War battlefields, the Great Locomotive Chase, the Rev. Sam Jones, and several famous Southern writers. In 2009, he was the architect for Oklahoma's Trail of Tears Memorial in Tulsa, OK.
Blogger Roosh Valizadeh had the city of Chicago up in arms over his “International Tribal Meet Up Day,” which was a gather of men who stand for the right to be “pro-rape.” Valizadeh referred to his event as a gathering of men’s rights activist who had decided to “come out” about their stance on legal rape. He is now claiming that the whole ordeal was a satire and has canceled the event.
The men were supposed to meet at a flagpole located at Devon Avenue and Sheridan Road that meet at the edge of Rogers Park and Edgewater on Saturday at 8 p.m. The meet was meant to develop “meaningful friendships” and hear from their fearless leader who believes it is every man’s right to impress himself on a female if it’s off public grounds.
“I propose that we make the violent taking of a woman not punishable by law when done off public grounds,” he wrote on his blog a year ago.
Valizadeh also considers himself an expert on picking up women and provides advice to his followers on how to lure in the enemy. That’s right, he considers the opposite gender to be the enemy and often refers to them as such.
“Up to now, the enemy has been able to exert their power by isolating us and attacking with shrieking mobs, but we’ll be able to neutralize that tactic by amassing in high numbers come February 6,” he wrote. “I will exact furious retribution upon anyone who challenges you in public on that date.”
On Today's show 2/13/16 at 11am Est. We will be recaping Super bowl 50 and how the Denver Broncos Defeated the Carolina Panthers.
We will also recap the latest rumours from around the NFL and the sporting world.
How about this crazy NCAA Men's Basketball season so far.....
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