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ExtraTime Radio: Juan Agudelo (New England Revolution)
The one thing Andrew, Simon, and David can predict about MLS is â€¦. that itâ€™s impossible to predict! The guys do their best to wrap their minds around an unpredictable weekend in which Orlando blew out the defending champion Galaxy, NYCFC rallied from two-goals down with 10 men, the Union ground out a win vs. noted grinders D.C. United, and Chad Barrett (not Oba or Deuce) is the star striker in Seattle. New Englandâ€™s Juan Agudelo chats with Andrew about the birth of â€œSwagudelo,â€ fatherhood, his national team future and the Revsâ€™ development. In the second segment, LAFCâ€™s major stadium announcement takes center stage. With a new soccer-specific stadium (or is it just soccer stadium?) coming into the league in 2018, the guys dive into the details. Plus, what happens when you celebrate a championship you havenâ€™t actually won? In the mailbag, the final ruling comes down on â€œFarbyâ€ or â€œFurbie.â€ Plus, Simonâ€™s disdain for D.C. United, and a discussion on Brek Sheaâ€™s soccer development over the years.
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ExtraTime Radio: Jim Curtin ( Philadelphia Union), Caitlin Murray (The Guardian)
Simon is back with the gang for a loaded new episode. First, the guys try to find some logic in the often illogical world of MLS while breaking down a packed midweek slate. Then Philly head coach Jim Curtin joins the show to explain how the Union rode out their bad run, discuss the philosophy changes that led to the turnaround, and the future of their ever-changing goalkeeping situation. Plus, Curtin assigns Andrew and Simon a little homework.It's almost time for kickoff in Edmonton and World Cup fever has finally hit the ETR studio. Caitlin Murray of The Guardian and Soccer by Ives joins the crew to preview the FIFA Womenâ€™s World Cup in Canada. She breaks down the favorites, dark horses, stars to watch, and all your Canada/USA inside scoop. Plus the guys look forward to the US U-20 and USMNT's upcoming matches, and Simon attempts to derail Davidâ€™s Gedion Zelalem hype train.In the mailbag, the D.C. United fans sink their claws (Talons) into Simon for consistently picking against them. Beware: the only thing worse than Simon picking against you may be if he picks your team to win.