Today’s Soccer Morning features the latest news and talk about soccer, as well as guests Peter Wilt and Leander Schaerlaeckens.

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.

Leander will be on the show to discuss yesterday’s Champions League results as well as a preview of today’s UEFA Champions League matches. Peter Wilt will discuss the stadium vote coming this week in the State House in Indiana, latest updates on Indy Eleven and a preview of the 2015 season.

Meanwhile, Jason will discuss the latest remarks by Stefan Szymanski, the co-author of Soccernomics, that he made in an interview where he described MLS as “Minor League Soccer”, as well as his controversial viewpoints that no one cares about competitive balance and parity.

Plus, some of the headlines that Soccer Morning will discuss today include:

• Barca downs Man City 2-1 on a pair of goals from Suarez,
• Juventus beats Dortmund 2-1, goals from Tevez and
• Montreal gives up two goal lead, draws with Pachuca 2-2,
• FIFA says there will be no compensation to clubs over 2022 schedule shift,
• Hope Solo says she regrets van incident in Good Morning America interview,
• Ronaldo announces that he’s targeting an end-of-season return to the field with the Strikers.

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