Coming at you with a second-straight Wednesday drop, the #Pondcast is back with (potentially) everything you could ever want (arguably) about this past week’s English, European and domestic soccer action. A truncated Premier League matchday and the FA Cup quarterfinal action that did the truncating both get ample time, as did a round up of […]

A day later than normal, this week’s show is well worth the wait. Why? Well to start, there’s all the stuff that happened in the Premier League this weekend. And we talked about most of it. The Champions League has had some results in it. They’re playing soccer in the USL again and MLS continued […]

I’m back… in the writing game that is. Starting this week, I’ll be covering FC Cincinnati’s maiden voyage in Major League Soccer for Pro Soccer USA for the 2019 season! For those unfamiliar with the site, Pro Soccer USA was founded in 2018 and is operated by the Orlando Sentinel, a Tribune Publishing news organization based in Orlando, Florida, and […]

On this week’s episode, we deep dive into the Seven Circles of Hell — at least as it relates to Chelsea supporters following the Blues’ demolishing at the hands of Manchester City. Who should be blamed? How can it be fixed? Does anyone need to go? After peering into the rest of the weekend’s Premier […]

As if the January transfer window coming to close wouldn’t make every weekly soccer podcaster’s life more difficult, the Premier League went and stuffed in an oddball round of midweek matches. And don’t you know it, that midweek round produced a flurry of impactful results. So we shimmied some things around and crammed the extra […]

This week’s show necessitated a delicate balancing act. First with Spurs’ crushed silverware dreams, then the uplifting positivity from Gregg Berhalter’s debut as the U.S. men’s national team coach, and D.J.’s recent bout with the flu. But Jeremy managed to skillfully navigate through the discussion through all three topics on this week’s show without pushing his co-host […]

Pursuing a creative line work is kind of scary. First, you must conquer the uneasiness that accompanies putting something you’ve created out there for the world to judge. Next, you have to scrounge up enough self-confidence to believe that not only are your talents worthy of being shared with the world but that your creations […]