Mike and Gavin breakdown Orlando City's dominating 6-1 win over the New England Revolution on Wednesday night, as Antonio Nocerino and Yoshi Yotun both picked up their first career goals with the club, in addition to a brace from Kaká. Plenty to talk about from a thrilling night at Orlando City Stadium.
This week's episode is jam packed with soccer goodness.
The Orlanod Pride are going to the NWSL playoffs! What it means and which potential matchup in the semi finals suits them best.
The guys are joined by Orlando City legend and current team broadcast Miguel Gallardo to talk about his transition into broadcast, watching Orlando City grow, and much more.
After their loss to Portland, what is Orlando City playing for in their final four games, plus we play the "what if?" game with the club.
FIFA 18 ratings, MLS Cup or bust? debate, weird news, red cards, and predictions wrap things up.
Orlando City suffered another rough loss on Sunday night, this time at the hands of the Portland Timbers. Two red cards highlighted a terrible night for the Lions, which continue to see things go against them this season. Gavin breaks down the match and shares his thoughts on the night.
On this week's episode of the Orlando Soccer Show:
*Sean Rollins joins the crew to talk all about Orlando City B
*Is Orlando City actually better without Kaka?
*Previewing the Pride's home match on Saturday against the Portland Thorns
*The NASL has thrown a hail mary
Weird news, red cards, and predictions round out this week's show.
Live from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Gavin Ewbank and Mike Gramajo break down Orlando City's thrilling 3-3 draw with Atlanta United on Saturday night.
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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).