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MLS Talk Podcast: Tony Meola, Tab Ramos and Youri Djorkaeff

major league soccer talk logo 197x81 MLS Talk Podcast: Tony Meola, Tab Ramos and Youri DjorkaeffDaniel Feuerstein had the pleasure of interviewing three soccer legends this past Saturday when he sat down with Tony Meola, Tab Ramos and Youri Djorkaeff to discuss the legacy of playing at Giants Stadium in New Jersey.

The players share their thoughts about the last game at Giants Stadium as well as their future home, what the latest developments are regarding the acquisition of a new coach for Red Bull New York, as well as whether Tony Meola would like to return the organization. US soccer legend Tab Ramos discusses the possibility of a front-office position as well as what it was like to play at Giants Stadium, his fondest memories of playing at the stadium, and what the stadium meant to Ramos. Djorkaeff discusses the possibility of Thierry Henry joining Major League Soccer, among other topics.

Regular MLS Talk host Kartik Krishnaiyer will return on the next episode after his trip back from India and England.

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One Response to MLS Talk Podcast: Tony Meola, Tab Ramos and Youri Djorkaeff

  1. Ian says:

    Good stuff Daniel.

    I do have to say Kartik is offending me though. If he were unavailable to do a show it would be one thing, but given the number of EPL Talk podcasts he released during his “vacation,” it’s obvious that he is not taking a strong enough interest in MLS, the USMNT or even USL. On the USL front the news he was previously breaking is now coming from other sources.

    Kartik, some advice: if you feel you can go two weeks without a podcast during the playoff race, USMNT qualifiers and USL/TOA controversy while recording what seems to be daily EPL shows, perhaps you should just focus on that website and that league.

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