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.
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.
This week in MLS there were the haves and the have nots, with goals and blowouts abound. We talk about the Hudson Derby, the connection of Piatti and Drogba, along with the fallout in Seattle after it appeared the team simply gave up.
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.
The Dog days of summer are here and MLS is getting back into the regular swing of things. NYCFC finally get their first win against a New York opponent and we have to talk about that, even though it pains us to do so. Montreal look just fine with out one Didier Drogba as they come storming back against New England, despite Kei Kamara opening his Revolution account.
The Copa America has come to and end and apparently so has Andrews ability to control his laughter. We decided to leave the laughing fit in for you to enjoy in all it’s glory. We get back to talking MLS but with the Copa coverage we went full homer and reviewed and previewed only NYRB games.
We hit the ground running with all the goings on in Columbus this past week. Andrew took a trip down to visit Team Purple and see how they do it, here’s a hint : They do it right. And when we realize we are running out of time, we speed through the previews.
Games reviewed :
ORL 1 v NY 1
CLB 4 v MTL 4
TFC 1 v FCD 0
LA 4 v NE 2
Games previewed :
DC v NY
MTL v PHL
CLB v COL
FCD v SEA