This is the one where Andy & Peter talk with Alexi Lalas about his hand ball rule idea, the USWNT lawsuit and more. Plus the normal high quality soccer talking you expect.
This is the one where Andy & Peter talk to the great Brian Dunseth to preview the 2019 MLS season, Buzz Carrick to talk the FCD home opener and all of the latest in the EPL going-ons.
This is the one where Andy & Peter get a shortened show and discuss the VAR drama in Champion’s League, more Chelsea silliness and preview ManU/Liverpool.
This is the one where Andy & Peter catch up on Champions League, the amazing tricks Spurs are turning and the bizzaro mess that is Chelsea. Plus, Buzz is in AZ with FCD and a quick review of “They Shall Not Grow Old” – which has nothing to do with soccer.
This is the one where Andy & Peter were back together for the first time in a few weeks – so lots to catch up on. All the Chelsea drama, why Peter worries for Pulisic and all the other EPL storylines. Buzz checks in to give a FCD update, the transfer window is discusses and the story of a dicpic.
This is the one where Andy left Peter behind to go play in a tournament, so Owen Newkirk, a Liverpool fan and the Ticket’s Dallas Star dude, sits in to do the soccer talking. Buzz Carrick from 3rdDegree.net also sits in.
This is the one where Andy and Peter marvel at the pure futility of a Burnley/Fulham result, interview a Dallas product who was drafted by a MLS club, and talk to Buzz about all of the different things taking place at FCD.
This is the one where Andy & Peter analyze the wonderful ManCity/Liverpool game, wonder if Pulisic went to the right place and review the “Sunderland Til I Die” series.
This is the one where Andy & Peter catch up to the EPL at its midway point, and Holiday Fixture Cluster Fudge. Plus, a discussion on the Pulisic sale rumors and the latest on the Columbus/Austin resolution.
This is the one where Andy & Peter get excited over an actual top-o-table EPL battle going into the Holiday Fixture Cram. Plus, the guys review their talk with new FCD manager Luchi Gonzalez and some ranting about the club’s refusal to buy a known quantity.