No MLS, No NASL, We Talk USMNT (and the Division II Void): Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

subscribe to podcast1 No MLS, No NASL, We Talk USMNT (and the Division II Void): Major League Soccer Talk PodcastCamp Cupcake is over. What ever are we doing to do? Talk about the match against Chile, for one. That’s the main dish in this meal, being served-up by myself and co-host Christopher Riordan on this edition of the Major League Soccer Talk podcast. The U.S. drew Chile 1-1 at Home Depot, a series of new or fresh faces go playing time, but what’s it all mean? Does it matter? Can we even must the passion to consider our passion?

Things we are passionate about: Clint Dempsey – under-appreciated! We adopt Dempsey’s spectacular season for Fulham as our first cause of 2011 and consider why Dempsey is continuously overlooked. Also, the USSF’s decision to revoke NASL’s sanction. We get me started.

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3 Responses to No MLS, No NASL, We Talk USMNT (and the Division II Void): Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

  1. William says:

    The NASL should just play D3 this year. They failed to meet the standards. Say what you will about USL but they decided early on they could not meet the standards so they went D3. One day they might put teams back in D2 but they cannot now. NASL should wake up and just work on 2012

  2. Leroy says:

    Guys, relating to the NASL fiasco, USSF made it clear to NASL that they are welcome to play D3 this year. It is NASL’s choice to play or not to play in 2011.

    The gap between D2 and D3 is non-existent.

  3. Brian says:

    I think you’re wrong about why Clint Dempsey. He’s far from the first American player to spurn MLS for a higher level of soccer. I think Clint Dempsey is underappreciated because of his style of play. Americans, like Brits, love “work rate” above all else. They would rather support a guy who runs around like a chicken with his head cut off to little effect than a guy who saves his energy and is able to create something special. That’s why we have a million competent but ordinary players but no world class ones.

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