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WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9:05pm ET; Tonight’s Topic: Preview of Upcoming MLS Season

wsr WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9:05pm ET; Tonights Topic: Preview of Upcoming MLS Season

9PM ET/6PM PT – Nick and Danny are joined by Ben Jata (@Ben_Jata) the @MLSFantasy Expert. & Sr. Analyst at Opta. Stats and Injuries for @MLS. We’ll discuss the upcoming MLS season, bad blood between MLS and NASL and of course, Beckham in Miami. Plus we’ll talk about the situation at West Ham and the Pandora’s Box about to open and ask the question – should Sin Bins come to football? CALL IN LIVE 800-878-PLAY or twitter @worldsocceradio

Chime in via Twitter @worldsocceradio or call in to the studio at 800-878-PLAY.

The live broadcast of World Soccer Radio begins at 9pm ET and runs until 10pm ET. The show is on every weeknight, and features Nick Geber, best known for his Fox Football Friday and World Soccer Daily shows.

World Soccer Radio is streamed live on each weeknight.

Editor’s note: Browse through the World Soccer Radio archives to view previous episodes.

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