Wondering what’s in store for this latest episode of the #Pondcast? MLS Cup Final talk? Yeah, we’ve got that. A look back at the weekend Premier League action, including hot takes on City-Chelsea and North London? Double check. What about a further update and recapping of the Cosmos and NASL drama? Like we were going to […]

Despite D.J. having the busiest 48 hours ever, the guys still managed to squeeze into the booth last night to deliver your normal weekly dose of #Pondcast. Of course the “WSOTP Podcast Derby” between Chelsea and Spurs needed covering, especially with the guys watching it together on Saturdray for the first time ever. Too, there […]

The North London Derby may have been given top billing in England last weekend, but two standout performances from Chelsea and Liverpool might have stolen the spotlight — and the guys were inclined to delve into all three matches on this week’s show. Moving stateside, there was plenty of MLS Playoff discussion in the cards too. Not […]

For those downloading this week’s show, we wanted you to know going in it’s going to be a lengthy one — but one well worth the listen. In addition to the normal rundown of the Premier League, MLS Playoffs and the other usual weekly segments, we also welcome on our friends from Detroit-based podcast The Outer […]

With weather now turning occasionally, slightly warmer, it’s about that time of year for the #Pondcast team to look ahead to the rapidly approaching Major League Soccer season. As such, Season 3 Episode 30 will serve as this year’s official ‘MLS Preview’ show. But we had to really squeeze it in there, since the rest of the […]

You’ll hear about it when you listen in, but I may as well give you a heads up here, too: we unknowingly experienced some technical difficulties on this week’s #Pondcast that will have an impact on the audio quality. About 5 minutes into recording, the guys heard a loud pop but couldn’t ascertain what it was and recorded […]

This past weekend had it all: an Arsenal-United smackdown, a five-goal masterclass from Sergio Agüero, yet another Chelsea trip up, one manager quitting despite a positive result, and another manager losing his job after a somewhat positive result. Oh yeah, and there was USA-Mexico roster release that’s inspiring loads of questions of yet another manager, and […]

Welcome to the point in the yearly soccer calendar when there is literally too much going on to pay attention. The domestic regular seasons are winding to a close and the playoffs soon to begin. Across the pond, the European leagues are now old enough to have developed narratives and full-fledged drama. Just in case you […]

So 2015 has been the summer of soccer to end all summers of soccer. There has been at least one — and often times two or three — “major” international tournament(s) going on each week, ranging from the less-prominent youth World Cups and Gold Cups to the more prestigious Women’s World Cup and Copa America. Those […]