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MLS Talk Podcast #89

Episode 89 features three reports. First off we talk with Miami FC President Aaron Davidson about the state of the team and the potential of defender Facundo Erpen being sold to a club in Europe or Latin America. Next up Brian Zygo catches up with several Dyanmo players after their […]

Veetle Broadcast of Tottenham Friendly Deemed a Success

Weeks from now, the opening game of the 2010 Barclays New York Challenge will have faded from most people’s memories when the regular season kicks off. It wasn’t a particularly exciting game, and Spurs looked lethargic and out of ideas for large portions of the game. However, the match between […]

Gareth Bale set to return from injury against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday

Gareth Bale is set to return to Real Madrid’s starting eleven against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday after sitting out his side’s 3-0 win over Eibar on Saturday. The Welshman had been dealing with a nagging muscle injury for the past few weeks. Bale appeared to pick up another knock during Real Madrid’s […]

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