Today marks the first episode of Soccer Morning that was beamed live as a podcast as part of our partnership with the leading daily soccer show in the US.
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.
If you missed the live episode, no worries. You can listen to it below, or get the podcast delivered automatically to you. Here are the details:
Plus, in addition to receiving Soccer Morning on weekdays, you’ll get the World Soccer Talk Podcast on Sunday nights — recapping the weekend’s Premier League matches.
Today’s guests were Stefan Uersfeld (ESPNFC) to talk Bundesliga (Dortmund, Bayern, and Bayer – Wolfsburg) and the Orlando Sentinel’s Paul Tenorio who looked at Orlando City SC’s preseason.
Some of the headlines that Soccer Morning covered today included:
• Dom Dwyer and Sydney Leroux announce their marriage,
• League One Bradford City knocks Sunderland out of FA Cup,
• Aston Villa hires Tim Sherwood as manager, wins first game with him in charge in 2-1 over Leicester in FA Cup,
• Barcelona crushes Levante 5-0,
• Messi now has records for goals scored (269), hat tricks (23), and assists (106),
• Bundesliga goal fest over the weekend,
• Dortmund came back from 2 goals down to beat mainz 4-2,
• Wolfsburg beat Leverkusen 4-5,
• Bayern drops 8 on Hamburg.
Moving forward, you can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page at www.worldsoccertalk.cms.futbolsitesnetwork.com/live from 10am to 11:30am ET / 7am to 8:30am PT.
Read more about the World Soccer Talk and Soccer Morning partnership.
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