It’s time to pull back the curtain on the World Soccer Talk Podcast. For those of you who are avid listeners of the podcast, you’ll know that the October 29th episode was the final one in its current format. That’s the same format we’ve been doing for a number of years, which is a Premier League review/analysis pod released on Sunday nights. While successful, I felt it was time for a change. Host Nipun Chopra and co-hosts Kris Heneage, Morgan Green and Kartik Krishnaiyer have been doing a fine job on the pod for many months. As well as running ... Read more
Soccer commentators JP Dellacamera and Shep Messing have teamed up to launch a brand-new soccer podcast on One World Sports entitled JP & Shep Soccer’s Pod Couple. Released every Tuesday, the weekly 40-minute podcast features Dellacamera and Messing in familiar roles. Both men have worked together on many games from the commentary booth. And now they’re back together, this time in the studio. Dellacamera, who is best known for his decades of commentating American soccer, has a completely different personality than Messing, the legendary former New York Cosmos goalkeeper. But the two of them have great chemistry together. According to ... Read more
Finding quality soccer podcasts is sometimes like trying to find a needle in the haystack, such is the sheer quantity available. But to make your life easier in your search of the best of the best, here are the top 5 recommended soccer podcasts out there along with my video review of each one and details on how to subscribe. 5. World Soccer Talk Podcast Launched in 2006, the World Soccer Talk is the longest running soccer podcast in the business, and for good reason. The show is now hosted by Nick Webster, formerly of FOX Soccer. Subscribe: World Soccer ... Read more
On the latest edition of the Major League Soccer Talk Podcast : This Week in US Soccer, your hosts (the Chris and Chris of American soccer) bring you a view of the beautiful game from an American and regional perspective. The crew starts off with an array of MLS and Yanks Abroad news, before analyzing Jurgen Klinnsman’s second roster of callups for the USMNT. After briefly looking ahead to the upcoming friendlies, the CCL’s Group Matchday 2 and the semi – finals of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup are broken down. To close out the show … a hurricane ... Read more
On the latest edition of the Major League Soccer Talk Podcast : This Week in US Soccer … your hosts Chris Webb and Chris Riordan bring you a view of the beautiful game from an American and regional perspective. As always of late, it’s another jam – packed show … after running through a relatively quiet week of News, Chris and Chris devote top billing to MLS’ perfect run in Matchday 1 of the CONCACAF Champions League Group Stage, including FC Dallas’s record setting first MLS club victory in Mexico. The second half of the show breaks down a very busy ... Read more
On the latest edition of the Major League Soccer Talk Podcast : This Week in US Soccer … your hosts Chris Webb and Chris Riordan provide a view of the beautiful game from an American and sometimes regional perspective. Top billing on the show is of course devoted to the revolving door of US Soccer coaches, as Bob Bradley’s departure makes way for Jurgen Klinnsman’s much anticipated and awaited arrival. Not forgotten is another exciting week of league action, a host of transfer moves including, you guessed it, more changes for TFC. Chris and Chris also discuss the US National ... Read more
Grant Wahl is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and author of the best seller, The Beckham Experiment. In Tampa for the U.S. Mens National Team’s friendly with El Salvador, Grant joined the MLS Talk podcast Wednesday to talk USMNT and, more urgently, the ongoing negotiations in Major League Soccer over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
You may know Steve Davis from his contributions to ESPN’s Soccernet or his blog Daily Soccer Fix. On this episode of the Major League Soccer Talk podcast, Steve joins me to talk about some of the interesting stories from around the league ahead of next month’s anticipated start, but for the better part of the interview we talk about his thoughts on the John Harkes-Eric Wynalda story surrounding the 1998 U.S. Men’s National team.