We're excited to present the Orlando Soccer Show! With new co-host Mike Gramajo, the guys look at Seb Hines' controversial red card at D.C. United, debate the best player in Orlando City history, and who could be an NWSL MVP candidate for the Orlando Pride. College Soccer Roundup with Austin David, and much more.
This week, Women's Soccer Weekly's Michelle Stile joins the show to talk about the Orlando Pride, Kyle and Gavin look into the United States' World Cup Qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Honduras, and finally, they wrap up with Orlando City talk. Follow the show on Twitter @4thOfficialShow.
Orlando City went on the road to New England and lost to the Revolution, 4-0. Gavin has his reactions from the match and once again finds himself defending head coach Jason Kreis. Follow the show on Twitter @4thOfficialShow.
We weren't able to work out a full show this week, so Gavin went solo on this one to talk about Orlando City's 2-1 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps and weather or not Jason Kreis deserves to be on the hot seat (2:29); he makes a case for seeing the Pride play this weekend (19:20), and touches quickly on the USMNT and their upcoming World Cup qualifers (21:13).
Orlando City lost to the Vancouver Whitecaps, 2-1, on Saturday night. After the game, Gavin was joined at the stadium by Orlando Soccer Journal writer Mike Gramajo to break down the game and the road ahead for the Lions, who are looking at a third straight season outside of the playoffs now.
On the nicest episode we've ever done, the guys are all back in studio! They talk about Orlando's best soccer team, the Orlando Pride; OCB might never lose again, while Orlando City might never win again and Kaka wants to play for the club next season. NYCFC stadium jokes, a bad summer for Barcelona but a great start to the season for Cristian Pulisic. Segments and predictions close out the show.
The Premier League is back! The guys begin the post-Austin era by diving into the big talking points of the 2017-2018 season, preview their teams' seasons, make their predictions for top four and bottom three, and whether or not Chelsea can repeat.
This week, it's Austin's final show on the podcast. He's joined by Kyle and Gavin to look at Orlando's loss to Montreal, breakdown the Lions' newest designated player and dive deep into the Jason Kreis "situation." The Pride won, Ashlyn Harris is back, and the MLS transfer window is closing, so they look at some of the many moves made around the league. Plus the usual weird news, red cards, predictions and Austin's farewell.
The guys are back in studio to break down Orlando City's 1-1 draw with Atlanta United (6:35-33:30), whether or not the MLS All-Star Game is #actuallybad (33:30-40:45), the USL/MLS2 sides are at odds (40:45-46:44), MLS signed a huge extension with Adidas (46:44-48:42), news and notes from around the soccer world (48:42-55:10), Neymar is on the move (55:10-59:00), Red Cards, weird news, and predictions.
For this weeks episode, we break down DOM DWYER coming back to his spiritual home, Orlando's latest game against Atlanta, the Pride's loss in Chicago as well as the latest MLS news and transfers from around the world. Finally, we talk about our weird news, our new segment "Red Cards" and our usual predictions from games around the world!