What’s in store for this week’s episode of the Wrong Side of the Pond podcast? We’ve got your title race and top four analysis in there. Champions League quarterfinal thoughts are on board, too. MLS and domestic news also get airtime on this latest show. We even went so far as to bring in Offside […]

On this latest episode of your eighth favorite American soccer podcast, D.J. and Jeremy take a look at the airtight race for the Premier League’s much-coveted 3rd and 4th-place spots. Ample time was also devoted for D.J. to fawn over the breathtaking new Tottenham Hotspur stadium before checking in on the FA Cup semifinals. On […]

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 […]

It’s been a rough year for US Men’s National Team. On and off the pitch. First came the culmination of a disastrous World Cup qualifying campaign in October 2017, which forced the Americans to sit out the festivities in Russia last summer. That failed pursuit would claim not only the job of Jürgen Klinsmann but also […]

Here at Wrong Side of the Pond, we’ve been known to take the international breaks off. That’s almost always the case during breaks without any meaningful matches for the US Men’s National Team, which was very much the case this time around, too. But this was no normal international break. First, the USMNT’s failure to qualify […]

The UEFA Champions League group stage kicked off last week, wildly some might even say. Liverpool triumphed in a goalfest with Jordan Saint-Germain, Spurs and the Cityzens lodged disappointing losses to former giants, and Manchester United found victory on the pitch while still taking L’s in their locker room. Then in American matters, there are […]