This is the one where Peter attempts to do the program solo (YMMV). Why? With Andy busy with Dallas Cup he’s only available to call in for a segment and with the Dallas Stars’ playoffs on Saturday bumping the show from its normal 2pm slot and because there is simply way too much soccer drama, the KickAround must go on.
This is the one where Andy & Peter are back, on location, for the 40th Annual Dr Pepper Dallas Cup! Gordon Jago, as always, joins in and we even spontaneously discover what an “Albion” is.
This is the one where Andy & Peter run thru the EPL races: top 2, Euro spots and relegation. Plus Buzz calls in to talk FCD and they discuss how the soccer pyramid is applied to just the North Texas area.
The one where Andy & Peter wallow around in the return of EPL play, talk to Buzz about FCD and review what they learned from a couple of USMNT friendlies. Plus, a stirring, heartwarming edition of “Andy’s Soccer Storytime”.
This is the one where Andy & Peter enjoy an international break in the soccer schedule. Andy tries to explain the tangle of Euro Qualifiers, they discuss the USMNT win and current state and Peter reads his open letter to Kellyn Acosta.
This is the one where Andy & Peter bicker over City and L’Pool’s final push to the EPL title, discuss the Champion’s League quarterfinals and Buzz calls in to discuss the FCD loss in Columbus.
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.