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PawedCast Episode 96: Dom Dwyer Trade, Atlanta United Recap/Preview & More

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Dom Dwyer is once again a Lion and really if that’s all we talked about on this week’s PawedCast you could hardly blame us. The Lions pick up one of the league’s best snipers to aid an ailing offense and we’ll talk about the deal among ourselves and also with Cody Bradley from The Blue Testament and Stars and Stripes FC.

We also break down what happened with the first ever meeting between Orlando City and Atlanta United. Eric Quintana of Dirty South Soccer and the Mouths of the South podcast returns to discuss what we saw on Friday and what we might see this Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

The Orlando Pride were again undone by Christen Press and the Chicago Red Stars, but at least this time the Pride were able to score a goal. We’ll talk about that, plus the USMNT advancing to face Jamaica in the Gold Cup final.

Plus, #AskTMLPC, our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando at Atlanta, and more.

Here’s how the show unfolded:

0:40- Dom! We’re here to talk about Dom and we might say the word “Dom” so often you’ll want to choke us. Orlando City played Atlanta United, so we might as well break that down, with our Man of the Match selections. Plus we’re talking Pride-Red Stars and the Gold Cup.

54:34- Cody Bradley jumps on board to give us the KC perspective of the Dwyer trade and why the #WelcomeHomeDom hashtag is so irritating to Sporting fans.

1:14:48- Eric Quintana is that guest that keeps showing up on our doorstep. Will he be insufferable since his team beat Orlando City last Friday?

1:36:38- #AskTMLPC and our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando’s trip to the ATL, only I think I forgot to give my key match-up (see last week’s show and just use that one).

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