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Doopy Bros., Super League Pt. 2, and MLS Revenue Streams



Hey, soccer fans! We’re back with our new friends The Doopy Brothers to discuss all things Philadelphia Union and Pennsylvania soccer. Tune in for the latest on Brenden Aaronson, Ilsinho, Jim Curtain, and The Sons of Ben, as well as the backstory behind The Brotherly Game blog and podcast. In the 2nd half we continue our talk on a North American Super League, and we discuss the diverse revenue streams of MLS and how it’s helping them weather the Covid-19 storm. All this and more in tonight’s episode of The Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast.

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Pre-Season Previews Pt. 7 – Vancouver, Cincinnati, and Philadelphia



Hey, soccer fans! Welcome back to another episode of The Sons of a Pitch: An American Soccer Podcast. We are continuing our 2020 pre-season team previews with in-depth analysis of the Vancouver Whitecaps, FC Cincinnati, and the Philadelphia Union.

Vancouver Whitecaps

Whitecaps expert Alexandre Gangue-Ruzic, Editor-in-Chief of Between the Sticks, joins our show in a specials pre-season preview. Along with our hosts, Alexandre details the Vancouver roster, tactics, and predicts a vastly improved team in 2020. Be sure to check out all his coverage of the team, and let us know if you agree with the optimism.

FC Cincinnati

There’s nowhere to go but up, right? After a historically bad expansion season, FC Cincy turned over their coaching and their roster. Can they take a team that looks respectable on paper and turn it into results on the pitch? Tune in for all of Nick and Mike’s takes on this Eastern Conference squad.

Philadelphia Union

What does Philly and DOOP Nation do after the most successful season in team history? If everything goes right, they repeat their success and add a long playoff run. Nick and Mike think the Union will be competitive, but not a threat to win the conference. Let us know if you disagree in the comments or on social media.

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