Decision day came out of the gates hard and we try something new this week. We give a full “live” timeline update of all the goals and their impact on the playoff picture on the final week of the 2016 regular season.
Red Bull New York gives up another 2 goal lead this time leading to a 3-3 draw up in Toronto. Columbus wins in the most boring 5 goal game possible. New England coming into form at the best time possible as they route Montreal 3-1
A full slate of MLS action this week sees the return of the Prodigal Son back to LA and he comes off the bench to make a cameo. New England finally shows that they do indeed have talent and if they can keep up this form will prove to be a tough out in the playoffs. Veron and Royer start for RBNY and look dangerous both ways.
The rosters for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers were announced and with injuries to Zardes, Dempsey, and the pull out of Brooks there was room for some surprises and one of the bigger ones was the return of the Great Mustachio, Sacha Kljestan. The Red Bulls and Revolution played a match that was pedestrian, but out in Portland and down in D.C. goals were plentiful.
Thursday recording day due to some technical difficulties on Wednesday. The Red Bulls win convincingly at home against Montreal, Alejandro Bedoya makes his Union debut in a route over New England. Finally, Seattle and Lodeiro continue their late season push with a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake.
We are back in Jersey and on our normal run today. We talk about the hat tricks from both The Deuce and The Atomic Ant this week. Then we move out to LA for a thriller of an ending between 2 teams who have won 4 of the last 6 Supporters Shield winners.
We are back after a week off and ready to go. We talk about the thriller that was out in Portland this past week, The return of Drogba to Montreal, and of course, the same old “Tale of two halves” with the New York Red Bulls. With a little bonus action of the cost of tail light replacement. P.S. it’s a little over 400 dollars.