We’re back with the second installment of quarantined #Pondcast and there’s still no soccer being played, but we’re once again back with some hot content for your ears. In addition to running down the limited headlines — including U.S. Soccer finally getting around to naming a (controversial) pick for their vacant CEO position — we get […]

A lot can change in a little time and this week’s episode of the Pondcast is a testament to that. On our last show, D.J. and Jeremy sat together talking about the approaching climaxes of the European campaigns and the optimism following the return of the North American domestic seasons. But this week? We followed the CDC’s […]

Despite a pandemic sweeping the globe, the world of soccer chugged on this past week… though there were a lot fewer people out to watch it chug along. In England, Liverpool fear they might have to lift a trophy in an empty ground. In MLS, we’ve already seen decreased crowds thanks to covid-19 fears — […]

Soccer was inescapable this past week. In the mornings, there was the Premier League to feast on — including Liverpool finally stumbling and a pile up of sides around the final Champions League places. In the afternoon and evenings, there was MLS week one to keep our cup’s full. And we didn’t even get the […]

Everyone’s favorite soccer personality, Video Assistant Review, spent another weekend in the spotlight in England thanks to a trio of controversial calls in Spurs’ surprising upset of Manchester City. So you can expect we spent a fair amount of time (again) talking about VAR on this week’s show. After wrapping up the rest of the […]

After surviving the early year bugs that seem to be doing the rounds, a scruffy D.J. and worn-down Jeremy reconvened following a week off to examine Liverpool’s continued dominance — and why it’s okay to admit they’ve spent money to get that way. Too, we looked at Sergio Agüero’s record-setting day against Aston Villa, Bournemouth’s […]