Tag Archives: Conmebol

MLS Mega-Roundup!



Hey, soccer fans! Welcome to The Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast, covering all things American soccer. Tonight, our weekly Major League Soccer (MLS) roundup turns into a mega roundup of all 25 games played this past week. Tune in for our takes on:

  • Chicago Fire finally look like a playoff team
  • San Jose hits rock bottom
  • What’s up with the Western Conference?
  • Profile of Houston Dynamo forward Ariel Lassiter

We also review transfer news and league headlines from around the league, including the Roman Torres goes ‘home,’ Covid plagues Colorado, and MLS declines to release Conmebol players for World Cup qualifying. Stay tuned for all this and more, in tonight’s episode of SOP Soccer!

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Lawsuits, Bribes, and a Brief Expansion History



Hey, soccer fans! We’re back with another quarantine special. In tonight’s episode, our hosts touch on three major topics in the landscape of American soccer:

  • The USWNT lawsuit vs. USSF: US Soccer has a new law firm. Is this an admission of past failings, a stall tactic, or a strategic move? Hear Nick and Mike’s thoughts on the basis of the suit, the legal developments, and the implications on the future of the federation.
  • Bribery prosecutions in New York: US attorneys levied bribery charges against Concacaf, Conmebol, and Fox television executives for their role in awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar and giving Fox the tv rights without open bidding.
  • MLS Expansion Review: The hosts review the history of expansion in the MLS and look to the future of which cities could host the next Major League Soccer franchise.

Tune in for all this and more in tonight’s episode!

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