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Team Previews Pt. 3 – San Jose, Columbus, and Sporting Kansas City



Hey, soccer fans! Welcome back to The Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast. In this episode, our hosts continue their pre-season team previews, giving you everything you need to know about the San Jose Earthquakes, Columbus Crew, and Sporting Kansas City. They look at acquisitions, departures, and project who will be the break out youngsters and most important players for each time. They conclude each preview with a prediction of the floor and ceiling of each club. Be sure to let us know your thoughts on your team!

  • Can San Jose break back into the playoffs?
  • Will Columbus continue their roster shuffle?
  • Is Sporting Kansas City going to contend for the Western Conference?

All this and more with The Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast.

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Ep. 36: MLS Week 31 Recap: Playoff Picture, Quakes New Coach, and USMNT vs. Colombia



Greetings soccer fans, and welcome back to Sons of a Pitch!

In this episode, the hosts review the latest slate of MLS games and story lines coming out of Week 31. Chief among them:

  • Is Jozy’s time at TFC over?
  • Is Almiron’s injury fatal to Atlanta’s title hopes?
  • Can LAFC shock the world and win as an expansion team?
  • Who’s in and out of the playoffs?

San Jose hires Miguel Almeyda as their new coach. The Argentinian has a great playing and coaching pedigree, most notably winning the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League with Chivas Guadalajara. Is this a shift in thinking for the Quakes? Is this a shift in coaching talent for the MLS? Tune in for the hosts’ input.

On October 11, 2018, the USMNT faces Colombia in an international friendly played in Tampa, Florida. Nick will be looking closely at the defenders selected and how they work together and with the goalkeeper.  Mike is excited to see the continued development of young talent and how the live, in-game experiences they’ll gain.

 

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below!