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Soccer 2 the MAX: Bob Bradley And LAFC, MLS Team Previews Pt. 2, Fredy Montero in Vancouver

On this episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins and Rachael McKriger do another round of MLS Team Previews.

The New England Revolution, Houston Dynamo, Chicago Fire, LA Galaxy, Montreal Impact, San Jose Earthquakes, Philadelphia Union and Montreal Impact are covered on this show.

The crew also discusses several news items as well. Rachael gives a Sounders fan perspective of Fredy Montero returning to MLS, but for the Vancouver Whitecaps. Is he finally the answer at forward for the Whitecaps? Erik Watkins has his feelings on the D.C. United stadium groundbreaking being official. Plus, could Bob Bradley be headed back to MLS to coach LAFC? NYCFC's big player haul, John Harkes out at FC Cincinnati and more.

Finally, each member of the team gives their Top 3 2017 MLS Kits.


Soccer 2 the MAX: Chicharito to MLS? She Believes Cup Roster, MLS Season Preview Part 1

On this episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins and Rachael McKriger begin their look at the 2017 MLS Season by going through eight teams and talking about their offseason, strengths, weaknesses, and season outlook.

On this show, FC Dallas, Colorado Rapids, D.C. United, Columbus Crew, Orlando City, New York Redbulls, Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC are covered.

Also on this episode...

Rachael gives her thoughts on the She Believes Cup Roster. The exclusion of Megan Rapinoe. Plus, Hope Solo's latest comments.

Finally, the guys give their thoughts on Chicarito possibly coming to MLS in 2018. LAFC have apparently thrown a $15 Million bid out for the player. Also, thoughts on Howard Webb being brought in to help the adjustment to the Virtual Assist Referee or VAR. They discuss if this is good or bad for the sport. Will it really help with some controversial decisions? Or could it create more issues?


Sweet FA Podcast (09/30/16)

On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discuss the scandals that have enveloped England managers over the years.


Planning The Parade 09/21: Toronto FC draw, Blue Jays Stretch Run, Hockey

This week's Planning The Parade saw the guys talk about the Toronto FC came back against the New York Red Bulls and stole a crucial point to stay atop the Eastern Conference. Who's the newest toast of Toronto? 

The crew's favourite guest, Dan Riccio from Sportsnet's The Fan, host of TFC Pitchside. After covering all things Toronto FC, Dan and Artem chatted Blue Jays to get informed. Will the Blue Jays win the AL East? Do they even have a chance? What about small ball/long ball?  

Finally, the topic shifted to the World Cup of Hockey. Auston Matthews looks quite decent out there, but there's another Leaf who could make a huge impact for the Blue & White this year. Who's that? Which Leaf is ready to take the next step to become a key contributor?

The crew also debuted a new segment where they rated and predicted hypotheticals. Sounds very radio-esque. They thought they could try and be original, I suppose. 

All that and more, on Planning The Parade, the Toronto sports podcast.

Planning The Parade: Leafs Rookies Points, Toronto FC Championship? Blue Jays Pain

Artem and Arslan re-entered the room to discuss many things. Starting with the World Cup, Team North America garnered a lot of attention. Auston Matthews is the toast of Toronto at this time, and some of projected point totals for him and the Leafs' top two other prospects, William Nylander and Mitch Marner. 

The guys discussed what would be acceptable and exciting point totals for the rookies when this season is over. Would 49 points over 82 games for Matthews please Leafs fans? Would 45 points for Nylander please Leafs fans? How about Mitch Marner?

What are best case scenarios for all these rookies?

Which rookie do the guys love that will crack the Leafs defensive pairings?

Things are a lot more positive at BMO Field these days. And Heck no, we don't mean the Argos. Tehyre still irrelevant. We're talking about Eastern Conference leaders, Toronto FC. They defeated Chicago Fire last weekend and took over first place in the East. Who looked amazing for the Reds? What was the game like and what do we expect for their next game vs the Red Bulls of New York? Dan Riccio from Sportsnet's the Fan 590 joined the boys to explain more. 

Toronto are very much a championship calibre team, find out why in this week's Planning the Parade.

Finally, Artem put his expert hat on to discuss the Blue Jays and their woeful play as of late. After dropping two of three against the Boston Red Sox, things have been iffy as the Blue Jays have won one of two versus the Tampa Bay Rays.

All this and more, only on Planning the Parade

Sweet FA Podcast (09/08/16)

On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discuss whether the advent of the Premier League in 1992 has had a negative impact on the England National Team.


Sweet FA Podcast (08/27/16)

On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discussthe future of Arsène  Wenger at Arsenal,what life will be like at Arsenal after he leaves and should Arsenal fanscalling for him to be sacked be careful what they wish for? 


Sweet FA Podcast (08/19/16)

On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discuss the format and future of the UEFA Champions League, and look at the possibility and pitfalls of a potential European Super League.


Sweet FA Podcast (08/09/16)

On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo preview the upcoming Premier League season, from the title race to the battle against relegation.


Loaded Questions Podcast - Episode 53 (Premier League Offseason Review, Title & Relegation Races As They Stand)

The Loaded Questions Podcast has returned after a hiatus over the summer. Adam, Troy and Ryan return to discuss the offseason so far transfer wise, talking how well or not well each club has gone so far. What are the major talking points of the big clubs? What's the latest on Paul Pogba?


Arsenal - TBD; are they going to get what they need? What is that?

Chelsea - what else do they need? Winning the window?

Leicester - can they recover without Kante? good squad fillers?

Liverpool - what are they doing?

Manchester City - TBD; what are your expectations?

Manchester United - will it be Pogba? Closing the gap?

Tottenham - content with what they’ve got?

West Ham - kept their stars, added quality? Aimed too high?

The rest: who is disappointing you? Who is impressing you?


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