Alex and Ian talk about Alexis' antics at the end of the Swansea match and if it is a foreboding sign for the future, how Wenger's future will affect if Ozil stays and the latest controversial comments from a US Soccer figure.
In this episode, Alex and Ian break down the main takeaways from the thrilling comeback against Bournemouth, what's up with Ramsey and Cech, whether Lucas should see more time and whether the League Title is a lost cause already.
In Ian's absence, Alex is joined by Tyler aka @magnum_ozis. Together, they discuss Arsenal's recent struggles and whether they're out of the title race. Additionally, they discuss the recent sacking of Bob Bradley at Swansea and how American soccer media has covered that.
Alex (@UFGoonerAJ) and Ian (@gunnersfan6) are back together on the pod for the first time in a long time to break down Arsenal's disappointing loss to Everton this week. Are the issues we saw in that game just a blip or signs of something more? You'll just have to tune in and find out!!
Jon Townsend joins Ian to dive into the firing of Klinsmann, his legacy and mark left on US Soccer, the subsequent hiring of Bruce Arena and what needs to be done to fix the issues with US Soccer.
In this episode, Alex is joined by his Manchester United-supporting friend, Jared. They recap the USMNT's disastrous week and what's next for US soccer. They also take a look at all the major leagues around Europe and how things are shaping up in Germany, Spain, Italy, and France with a big weekend of games ahead. Finally, they preview Manchester United vs. Arsenal
In this episode we break down the 0-0 draw against 'boro and whether the struggles of Monreal and our ability to break down a deep sitting defense are worrisome signs for what is to come. We also are defeated once again by technology and we have the last 10 minutes just magically disappear...