2 Burst results for "Kaylin Carr"
"kaylin carr" Discussed on ExtraTime
"We didn't have to read that one. No, that's true. But we do have to read this one. I'm calling it Darby Q. Matt Sheehan, mini Peoria City fans, players, and staff, Go Flying Carps, that's my addition, saw part of the podcast recently talking about Peoria and Peoria City soccer. Thanks to Kaylin Carr for the kind words about coach Tim Regan. Metro Stars legend. It was also awesome how Andrew has a decent knowledge of the area. I'm pretty sure I misidentified what university was there and had no idea, but I love you all, everybody in Peoria. We appreciate you just chatting about the club and the show. They'd like to offer coach Regan or any of the players as potential virtual guests on Extra Time. So he says he knows his MLS based show, but hey, these are young athletes aiming to hit the professional level. Here's the big news. Opening night, they broke their attendance record. The atmosphere was incredible for a USL League two game, tailgating, food trucks, radio DJ on site, nearly 1400 people entered Shea Stadium. That'll hit you where in the field, Dave. To have a great time this Friday, we have five food trucks tailgating and the radio DJ coming back. We hope to break that record once again, Go Flying Carp. So here's the question for Matt Sheehan and whoever arranges, organizes the food trucks for these games. Do you have a food truck that serves Asian carp tacos at these games? Because I think everybody knows the flying carp are named after the Asian carp, which is an invasive species that have gotten into the Mississippi River and Missouri River waterways and they're out competing local species. And what they're trying to do is rebrand the Asian carp. I believe they're calling them silver fins now. Why do they need a rebrand? Because apparently Midwesterners like Andrew Wiebe do not like to eat carp. They have a bad reputation as a bottom feeding fish. Whereas in Asia... To be fair, as a Midwestern, I don't eat a lot of fish period. Also, the Illinois River is the prime waterway running through Peoria. Thank you. That's good. So in China, I believe specifically Asian carp are considered a delicacy. They're a staple food item. So the idea is rebrand the Asian carp, get Americans to develop a taste for them by possibly selling them as fish tacos and taco trucks, and reduce the amount of Asian carp in these waterways that are out competing native species and threaten the fishing industry in the Great Lakes. You know what's interesting? In Seattle, there is a low level of Chinook salmon specifically. So I don't know if the carp could be potentially used. This could feed the orca population there. Wait, did we... Full circle. So we're going to use the carp to feed the orca so that the orca don't eat the salmon, which is endangered. Yeah. Well, yes. And just to feed the orcas. Just in general, just to stay on the good side because they're up to something. Should we donate orca, or excuse me, carp to the... Wow, you just revealed yourself. I'm not going to let our way... The boat owners of the Mediterranean to try to throw them off the path because we got boats sinking. Can I ask a question maybe not related to this conversation? Anders says please wrap, but yes. Do we know that you played an open cup game at Chase Stadium? That's how this started. Oh, really? Did you score? You guys beat the crew 3 -2. No, I talked about chasing Robbie Rogers all game and then suddenly started talking about fish. And on that note, thank you so much for listening this far. If you are here, you are truly a sicko. Sorry. I don't know where I made up that score. All right. We'll see you on Monday, everybody. Adios.
"kaylin carr" Discussed on ExtraTime
"That one's tough. All right, maybe one more here on the transfer front. Kai Wagner. We've talked to talked about him with you over and over and over and over. And it just, it doesn't look like his move is going to materialize. So. Then what? He's out of contract. There had been after the season, sorry. There have been talks with Philly and Kai Wagner. It seems to me that barring pretty drastic changes. He's going to at least enter free agency at when his contract ends. And then see what happens. A Philly love him. I know the coaching staff would love to keep him the front office. I'm sure would as well. Kai really loves it in Philly. He was courtside at the sixers game. I was very jealous of his seats. I'll say that much. He was sorry, kaylin Carr. But he's been talking about wanting to go back to Europe for a couple of years and Philly haven't been trying to stand in his way for the last probably 12 months, where it's at least 6 months and just offers having come. So maybe that changes if he's a free agent rather than somebody you need to have acquisition costs into. But yeah, it's pretty fluid right now and I would really assume that he's at least going to get to free agency barring or I go real big offer from Philly. It was my long-term take. Vancouver is going to max them out. They love spending money on a full back. Thank you, play him. Julian grassel and center mid Louis Martin. I mean, they could have 15 of them. Who's the Iraqi international that they made? Aliyah. Yeah. It was a DP left back. One of the great MLS moves that never happened was Vancouver tried to trade their problem of Ali adnan to Miami to take on Miami's problem with TS Pellegrini when they had one too many DPs. That would have been just a classic intra MLS move. NYCFC starter, the TS public.