Perhaps for the first time in the history of the #Pondcast, big soccer news actually broke yesterday before we recorded the episode. So we shuffled our plans to make plenty of room to talk about Jurgen Klinsmann being relieved of his duties as US Men’s National Team Manager and Technical Director, as well as who […]

A smile was permanently plastered to Jeremy’s face as we recorded this week’s #Pondcast, and not just because his Chicago Cubs are in the World Series. With Chelsea’s massive triumph over Mourinho’s United — and a flurry of other top 4 draws — he had plenty to smile about. The guys spend time recapping this past […]

  Delayed a day because I fell asleep while the file was uploadin — hashtag dadlife — your latest episode of the #Pondcast is now finally ready for audio consumption. This week, we (mostly) skip over the dud that was Liverpool-United before digging into City-Everton, Bob Bradley’s first game in charge at Swansea and West Brom-Spurs before rounding […]

Things are very hot in cold in the #Pondcast studios again this season, and not just because of the Presidential elections. Jeremy’s Chelsea has him enveloped in sadness for the second straight season, while D.J. rides a wave of joy as his Spurs continue to produce uncharacteristic results — both of which are discussed on this week’s […]

If someone asks one to think of soccer, most people will envision the actual acts of players running about a field and kicking around of a ball. Some, too, might envisage the electric atmospheres that supporters often bring to games. But I’d wager few immediately visualize the managers standing on the touchlines when you ask them to think about the […]

The ax now fallen on Mourinho at Chelsea, we spend a sizable chunk of this week’s #Pondcast talking about the chain reaction of hirings and firings that we’ll possibly see around the upper echelons of European football that José’s firing will spark. A few of England’s other top clubs struggled this past weekend as well, and we were […]