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  • 01:12

    PawedCast Episode 72: Orlando City Off-Season Moves, Alex Morgan and More

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    Happy Holidays, listeners! We're back with the second of our 2016-2017 off-season monthly editions of the Mane Land PawedCast and we've got a lot to talk about. Orlando City has had a busy off-season to date and we're here to break down not only the moves that have been made, but those that are (as of this recording) still just very strong rumors. 
    Harrison Heath and Mikey Ambrose are out. Donny Toia and Patrick McLain are in. Gregory Sertic and Will Johnson may soon be in as well. What does it all mean? And is there more to come? 
    City isn't the only team from the club in the news. Orlando Pride captain Alex Morgan is taking her talents to France and will miss the opening of the NWSL season as a result. We discuss all the ramifications of Morgan's French connection with Lyon.
    The Lions have a new full-time general manager. Niki Budalic was promoted and we obviously needed to talk about the positives and negatives of the move. And the opening day match-ups were announced. Orlando City has a familiar foe for the grand opening of its brand new downtown soccer stadium.
    Here's how the show unfolded:
    0:12- Expansion Draft, Re-Entry Draft, Trades, and more. Orlando City has been busy.
    25:00- Alex Morgan is going to France. Is this a good thing? Is it a bad thing? Should she be captain of the Pride?
    40:32- Orlando City has a new general manager, the trade rumors are good ones this year (with solid sources), and opening day will see the Lions welcome New York City FC to the new stadium!
    That's it for our December edition. See you in January!

  • 00:56

    Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 68

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    We're back! Sorry it's been so long, it's been a hectic few months, but the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast is finally back and we'll hopefully be on a more regular schedule going into the new year.
    This week Dan is joined by Chris, and the show starts off with a rable as the pair discuss TV, Christmas time, the FA Vase Trophy, wrestling and Dan's current predicament of not being massive on Bolton at the moment.
    After that the lads discussed the weekend's 0-0 draw with Sam Allardyce's Crystal Palace, the results over Christmas, Sammy Ameobi, Max Clayton and whether or not the Whites should sign Adam Le Fondre on loan. 

  • 01:02

    American Cityzens - Cough Medicine for a Broken Foot

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    Grey and Josh dissect City's 2-1 win over Arsenal and take a brief look ahead at the festive period. They also discuss transfer rumors involving Antoine Griezmann and Alexis Sanchez.
    American Cityzens is a Manchester City podcast by two American sports journalists -- Grey Papke and Josh Webb-Thomson. Though purely dedicated to Manchester City, Grey and Josh wanted to provide a voice to the established and growing fan-base of Manchester City here in the United States. American Cityzens is a place for intelligent discussion and passionate fanfare. Man City may be located in Manchester, but they belong to the world now, we're just telling the American side of the story.

  • 00:43

    Colchonero Chat 27: Nico Gaitán saves the day

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    Colchonero Chat is here to liven up your Monday night/Tuesday morning in a way Atlético Madrid could not on Saturday.
    Robert Walker (@Trauppin) is a staff writer at Into the Calderón. He is the guest on this edition of the program, trying to find interesting things to say about Atlético's 1-0 win over Real Betis. Diego Simeone was so giddy about the whole affair that he made a joke about the Ballon d'Or afterwards. That should tell you everything you need to know about Cholo.
    Jeremy and Robert also preview the Copa del Rey quarterfinal tie against Eibar and dig into some transfer talk - yes, Diego Costa and Antoine Griezmann are involved.
    Listen and subscribe to Colchonero Chat on iTunes, Stitcher and Acast.

  • 01:04

    YCP YEAR 5 - JAMIE CLARK!!!!!!

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    Stephen and Chris kick off the year with UW's Jamie Clark. MLS Draft will be talked on. Of Course we will have fun too.

  • 00:12

    The Revolution Begins

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    Soccer News, Goals,Players,Transfer News, my  opinions on things. Top 5 Leagues in the World. Champions League. Etc

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  • 01:22

    Episode 109: Fulham Foul Up

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    From the highs of fives wins in a row, we’ve had the low of a five-nil humping at Fulham to deal with. This week’s TTE Podcast tries to figure out what went wrong and whether this was a blip or the sign of more pain to come.
    Wimb and Handbags Harris are joined by Roger Titford from the Supporters’ Trust At Reading to talk about his new book ‘The Lost Years of Reading FC’, looking at the very early years of the football club and how Reading outlasted plenty of other local teams in the area to become top dogs in Berkshire. You can pick up a copy yourself from the STAR base, the club Megastore or online here.
    All that plus we field your questions in the mailbag and look ahead to Saturday’s game with Sheffield Wednesday.
    A quick editorial note about the quality of audio, it’s a bit more unprofessional than usual due to us testing out some new equipmen [...]

  • 00:59

    The Yanks Are Coming Soccer Show: Episode 1

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    Episode One of The Yanks Are Coming Soccer Show features a look back at the year that was in US Soccer in 2016. Plus, USWNT CBA talks hit a roadblock, Alex Morgan heads to Lyon, Bob Bradley sacked at Swansea, and more. 

  • 01:03

    Shades of Blue Soccer Show - 10/12/16

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    Steve Brisendine (MLSSoccer.com beat writer, poet and foodie) joins Thad to discuss the magnificent run of Swope Park Rangers, the not so magnificient form of Sporting Kansas City, the great Besler mystery and former Kansas City Wizard Preki's new job and maybe a little more....

  • 00:36

    Touch Line Podcast: 2016 Season Review

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    RSL's season started with promise, but the last few months were not what fans were expecting. How should we feel about the season overall? The Maestro, Javier Morales, announced his less-than-ideal breakup with RSL, while RSL announced Jeff Cassar is returning. Some assistant coaches aren't returning, player options haven't been picked up...are we doomed? How has the off-season gone so far?

  • 01:21

    Locker Room Episode 1

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    A "Locker Room" type discussion on trending soccer news internatinally -   Episode 1