After two straight weeks with heavily delayed #Pondcast deliveries, we get things back on track this week with the usual Tuesday afternoon posting. So no broken hearts should come on that front — in the footballing world though, the same promises couldn’t be made this past weekend. For example, D.J. grapples with the reality of a “bottled” […]

Two weeks in a row with a Thursday episode of the #Pondcast? We promise we’re not trying to make this a habit, but between figuring out how to shoehorn the show into newly adjusted work schedule and some serious technical problems… well, it’s proven difficult. That said, you’ll be delighted to learn that this week’s effort clocks in […]

Is the this latest drop of a #Pondcast ever? Quite possibly. Sorry, life — and soccer — got in the way. So what exactly is in this extremely tardy episode? Jeremy and D.J. tackle a fourth “Pondcast Derby” of the season and what effects its outcome will or won’t have on the Premier League run in. We also tackle […]

We’ve got a title race on our hands, or at least that’s what Chelsea fan Jeremy spent a portion of this latest #Pondcast trying to convince Spurs fan D.J. The guys not only debated the merits of both those side’s chances, but also took some time to dissect the top four race unfolding below them before dancing through the Champions […]

It’s officially spring here in Ohio. That means the weather is currently wildly fluctuating between spells of winter and early summer, most of the country has turned its attention to basketball madness, and those of us in the world of soccer are left to be drowned by a tsunami of soccer. The English Premiership has reached the point […]

It’s that time of the year where there’s absolutely no shortage of soccer to digest, and this week’s #Pondcast is a reflection of that. No less than five competitions got some serious time in this week’s show, with the FA Cup, Premier League, UEFA Champions League, MLS and LigaMX all getting considerable time on air. The last of those warranted […]

Though we were all made to suffer through a weekend without the likes of Premier League football to entertain us, the FA Cup and its magic did a fine job standing in. Fifth tier minnows like Lincoln City and Sutton United attracted scores of attention to the world’s oldest knockout cup competition, including our own. […]

Though in year’s past we’ve been known to skip over FA Cup weekends and give ourselves a little #Pondcast break, that’s not the case in 2017. That’s especially true when two teams that guys support square up against one another in the tournament, as was the case when D.J.’s Spurs hosted Jeremy’s minnows in Wycombe Wanderers. […]