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 […]

With the English Premier League’s hectic festive period now behind us, if you were expecting things to die down for the #Pondcast… you thought wrong. There was plenty to feast on from just a single round of Prem action, and the January transfer window continued to heat up. Both got plenty of airtime on this […]

  Recorded live from suburban Cincinnati and suburban Atlanta, D.J. and Jeremy reconvened electronically to bring you a rapid-fire #Pondcast to cover England’s rapidly accelerating festive period — and not at all to avoid spending more time with our families during the holidays. That said, we tackled City’s failures being Liverpool’s gains, Mourinho’s Manchester United sacking, Spurs win […]

Who wants another doozy of a podcast? Good, because you’re getting one thanks to the beautiful game producing a further mountain of plotlines for the guys to dissect on this week’s show. We kick things off by spending too much time discussing Christmas decorations and the aftermath of the Liverpool-Manchester United match. We moved on from there […]

With everything that’s transpired over the last week, it was inevitable that this week’s episode of the #Pondcast was going to be (another) long one. Two Premier League matchdays, a Champions League to prepare for, a long-awaited conclusion to the Copa Libertadores final, Save the Crew news, an MLS Cup champion crowned, and an NCAA College […]

One of the characteristics unique to the country’s growing soccer movement, at least when compared to traditional American sports, is how ingrained the ideals of localism are within the sport. That’s not to say you don’t ever see civic pride on display at NFL or MLB games. You totally do. Many of the fans who […]