It’s the Friday episode of Soccer Morning, which means there was more time than usual for listener calls and discussion with guest Brian Sciaretta.
Hosted by Jason Davis and produced by Trevor Hayward, Soccer Morning features interviews with prominent journalists, players and coaches in addition to taking listener calls.
Sciaretta discussed Hamburg defender Ashton Gotz (could he play for the USMNT?), the Julian Green situation, and Seb Hines moving to Orlando.
Plus, host Jason Davis discussed What makes a club? Are the fans the club? Have you picked a European team without really knowing its political/social history?
Also, some of the headlines that Soccer Morning discussed today included:
• Liverpool beats Besiktas 1-0 in Europa League, Mario Balotelli controversy erupts,
• Everton crushes Young Boys 4-1 in Switzerland – Romelu Lokaku leads way with hat trick,
• Celtic executes two comebacks to draw Inter 3-3,
• Jack Wilshere set for return from injury this weekend, and
• Chelsea ban three fans in racism probe.
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