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PawedCast Episode 88: Scott Sutter Interview, Minnesota, Pride, Previews & More

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Let’s skip all the nonsense about winless streaks and just get to the good stuff right up front: Scott Sutter interview! The veteran Swiss-English defender was kind enough to stop by to chat with us about his transition to MLS, how he’s dealing with the team’s current run of form, mentoring young players, dealing with the Florida heat, and plenty more.

Sure, we’ve got to talk about the club’s MLS, NWSL, and USL losses on Saturday night. But if you didn’t go through a few losses and suffer a little adversity, the wins wouldn’t taste as sweet, now, would they? OK, maybe we’d like to find out if that’s true. Anyway, let’s just say that we could use a change of fortunes.

We’re also previewing D.C. United and the Chicago Fire. The Pride are finally coming home. OCB finally has a somewhat normal schedule. Things could be starting to turn around. Whether they do or not, we’ll be here to yammer about it.

Here’s how the pod unfolded:

0:12- Orlando City lost to ex-coach Adrian Heath despite the absence of Kevin Molino. We might as well talk about it. Was it a deserved result? Does ‘deserve’ have anything to do with soccer? Maybe not. Let’s move on.

26:25- The Pride scored first but gave up two straight to fall on the road against Sky Blue FC. But at least they get to play some home games soon.

32:40- OCB took a page out of the Pride’s book by scoring first and having the points slip away.

37:55- Scott Sutter likes to golf in his spare time, so he certainly came to the right place. Enjoy this informal chat with Orlando City’s right back.

52:32- Let’s talk about D.C. United and the Chicago Fire, including key match-ups and predictions.

Got a question? Just tweet it to us @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC.

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