Week 12 of the 2015 MLS season is in the books, and no one knows anything about this crazy, ridiculous league…still. Seriously, it's out of control. Montreal Impact 2-1 FC Dallas, Philadelphia Union 2-0 New York Red Bulls and Colorado Rapids 1-0 Vancouver Whitecaps say so. Andy and Charles also discuss New England Revolution 1-1 D.C. United and Toronto FC 1-0 Portland Timbers, while wondering, "Are TFC finally for real?"
In today's episode, Andy and Charles discuss Sporting KC's 4-2 victory over the New England Revolution, 0-0 draw with the Seattle Sounders, whether it's hypocritical for SKC to play "bunker-ball" on the road, and the emergence of Krisztian Nemeth.
Week 11 of the 2015 MLS season is in the books, and just in case you needed a reminder, YOU DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT MLS. Teams that lost this weekend: Real Salt Lake, Portland Timbers, Columbus Crew SC, LA Galaxy and D.C. United. Teams they lost to: Montreal Impact, Houston Dynamo, San Jose Earthquakes, Orlando City SC and Philadelphia Union. Andy and Charles have much to discuss.
In today's episode, Andy and Charles skip Sporting KC's rained-out/lightninged-out/weathered-out game with the Colorado Rapids, instead focusing on a pair of games coming up this week, vs. the New England Revolution and Seattle Sounders. Who's likely to return from injuries to face two of the best teams in MLS?
Week 10 of the 2015 MLS season is in the books, and Good Golly Miss Molly, it was a good one. Andy and Charles are back to discuss Columbus Crew SC 3-2 Seattle Sounders (MLS Cup sneak peek?); FC Dallas 2-1 LA Galaxy; New York Red Bulls 2-1 New York City FC; and Chicago Fire 1-2 Real Salt Lake.
In today's episode, Andy and Charles discuss Sporting KC's 1-1 draw with D.C. United, the improved run of form SKC are currently enjoying, Dom Dwyer's second goal in three games, and Erik Palmer-Brown's short- and long-term prospects — both in KC and with the U.S. U-20 national team.
In today's episode, Andy and Charles discuss Sporting KC's 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire, the changes at goalkeeper and defensive midfielder, Benny Feilhaber's continued dominance, and the problems ailing striker Dom Dwyer.