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US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1
"Much up for about an hour last night and then we stop staring into it and we scored a few goals and all of a sudden. I think that everything is going to be absolutely perfect forever forever and ever it got bleak last night it got dark. It's amazing it's almost like. Us soccer twitter jayjay. It's of all like the twitter spaces. I think it's the most manic roller coaster ride. It's crazy is for for people who don't follow a lot of us soccer accounts or whatever like it's a crazy place. And i think last night we actually at halftime had a manager. Change greg bear halter. He was fired on. Us soccer twitter at the end of the first half. Then after the subs anthony robinson's go. We played three minutes without a manager. But after robinson's goal bear halter was actually rehired and finish the game out as manager. So he's now back in his second stint with us soccer and it was very interesting as well for an hour and starting mls players. Terrible idea what are you doing. Joe bed better terrible. We smelled and then for the last twenty minutes. It was like land. That i love stand beside. Mls son guide its players to the national team. Like you just don't know what you're what you're gonna get oscillating wildly you you. It's a crazy place and you cannot allow yourself to get sucked into the one hundred percent absolutes. That are run out that this guy sucks. Why is he. I don't ever want to see him again. But now it's just a funny place. But anyway i don't know how deeply want to go into that. It was just a funny
Romeo Beckham, 19, Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract
"Romeo beckham signs not mls but with fort lauderdale cf of of course the affiliate team of inter miami herk Why is this ugly. Beckham's of very handsome man assisted ugly. Look my man. This is the first you hire your best mate. David beckham until novel. The coach injure miami no nepotism there. Now you're gonna place your son. Nineteen year old rahmael beckham. By the way where did he last play where his credentials. What's his soccer resume. Can we anybody wanted to google search on that. This is an ugly look. you know. It's one after the other for inter miami. This is this man's personal playground. It's not a good look. Yeah and it's definitely not the way you would start a professional soccer career right. Like david beckham with all of his access and connections if he was trying to launch his son soccer career. He wouldn't do it at fort lauderdale. The seems like something that they want to do as a family. And they're going to do because they have the access to it but if you wanted to really launch a true professional soccer career would you do it in in a major league soccer. Ussl beat one. Not you'd have your son overseas where there's a ton of pro jobs and a ton of pro
Mexican National Team: Who's in, Who's Out?
"Let's start the show then with the big news from the weekend. Mexico after a long long wait finally dropping their olympic roster twenty-eight players name for that martino now at first herk we saw in the list on foresee. Today we find out. He's out of the list. Apparently wolverhampton is not going to let him go because it would cost them another ten days of quarantine on the back end so documented then replaced by sunday jimenez but really the story with this mexican roster. My goodness is who's missing. No tequila lozano actor. No the line is on top of the affor- mentioned no raul jimenez. This this is crisis alert. isn't it for mexico. Yesh mexican fans pundits literally grasping at straws are trying to point the finger trying to figure out what's going on been conflicting reports about it. He meant is already close. The door some are leaving a sliver of hope that wolverhampton in the mexican mexicans. Come to some sort of agreement. And that he menace can make that trip i. It's doesn't look good. It's a lot of star power. You mentioned the star power. That's a lot of veteran presence right there. That's a lot of important players missing for the mexican national team.
USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster
"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.
MLS Is Back After Eventful International Break
"League. Soccer is back after a three week. Break to say the least. And we'll do it in our very fashioned. The good the bad and the ugly. I was start with the good austin. See had their opening night at the brand new q. Two stadium hosting earthquakes scoreless draw though they had the better chances and all about ma mcdonald's and the show look. This seems hurt. Good for leak water tonight. That's a sweet tepa. Matthew mcconaughey giving wolf peril a run. Oh yes so out. Crowd in austin if the producer or director could put the volume of what we heard during this match. It was epic it was massive. I don't recall being so excited about a home opener as i was for. Everybody was there. This is the san jose earthquakes coach. Matthias may there on the opening night. At austin he said. I want to congratulate the austin fans. It was a spectacle of football. I enjoyed it seeing it and being a part of it. I like the stadium and how the fan supported their team. It was day of football joy. Long live that football. He's a two hundred two hundred forty million dollars stadium for twenty thousand fans and every time something like this happens. We on at least i do. How the major league soccer project works well and this system. It's actually fit in for the league. It was great to see that
Everything you Need to Know About Buying From a Wholesaler
"Today's first question comes from read an m. red ass purchasing an assignment from a wholesaler. What do i need to know. They have their own attorneys and title company. Doing all the work. Should i have an attorney. Look over the contract on my side. This is a good question. Because more and more people are actually buying from wholesalers. Right now you should expect to see more of this. The hotter than a markets. When there's plenty of deals on the mls obviously people would rather go to the mls. In order to find properties gets us an agent. They don't have to worry about as much of the due diligence being done on their own without guidance but as wholesaling is becoming more and more popular these type of questions come up a lot more. There's two ways that i've seen wholesale deals go bad. Those are the two things that you want to focus on. The first one is that you don't have a fiduciary representing you in this transaction because there's no real involved which means a due diligence is all on you. I've bought a wholesale before. Where i was told it was fourteen hundred square feet. The property ended up being eleven. Hundred square feet. I took the wholesalers word for it and i didn't do my own due diligence now. The problem is it appraised for exactly the price per square foot that i thought my bird woulda went perfect but because there was three hundred square feet. I actually didn't have any equity in the deal. And i ended up paying market value for that eleven hundred square foot house thinking it was fourteen hundred square feet. So what am i getting at. Make sure that you're doing the due diligence and you're getting a home inspection on a property. That's coming from a wholesaler. Now a lot of wholesalers to pay cash for a property. You can pay cash and still get an inspection contingency. You need to talk to the wholesaler and see has inspections been done on this property. And what is my timeline to back out after. I'm doing inspections now. They probably won't call an inspection contingency because you're not getting the same type of a purchase agreement that you get with the realtor so the question you need to ask the wholesaler is. Hey if i have the put it oposite down. do i have to get that deposit back or be. If i move forward with this house can i just not put. It applies it down. So i could get some inspections done and if it doesn't look good i'll get out
Israel Evicting Palestinian Families and Letting Jews Move In
"More construction money for us. So whatever you know will. There won't be any dead palestinians but at least my cousins construction company will have worked for the next two years. So hamas taking advantage of that. The israelis don't care because they don't pay for the reconstruction of an empty building that was destroyed the some european. Ngo does the whatever the belgian committee for the reconstruction of palestinian the high rises destroyed by the evil jews or whatever and it wouldn't surprise me if that actually was an ngo probably poland and so let's fast forward to what started earlier in the week. Hamas began firing a larger salvos of rockets than they had before. Plus there were new. Industrial mass produce rockets out of iran. So instead of the basement rockets with bad iron pipe and bad welding and all that that would launch out of a launcher and then veer off into the mediterranean or to egypt or whatever or more often than not a block down the road into a palestinian building. A whole bunch of casualties are self inflicted by by hamas over the past week so all of a sudden now. They're getting better precision rockets coming off an assembly line in in iran. So that at the point of that is that if you're going gonna mass fire them if you're going to sow them you want as much concentrated destruction in their impact zone as possible. That's the theory of the american. Mls multiple launch rocket system which now have guided warheads and all that but there. Its initial iteration into into the defensive. Europe was to imitate frankly as soviet tactic of of mass rocket launch with almost simultaneous impact.
The Things Smart Sellers Must do in 2021
"Real estate podcast. Show dot com. What are the smartest sellers of the summer right now. It's spring of twenty twenty one. So what are the smartest sellers of the summer and fall doing their signing up. There are already signed up many of them. They know that time is the bast best thing you can have on your side when you're getting ready to make a really great grand opening okay. A scorsese movie does not come out two weeks. After it's made the buildup can be years the grand opening the coming soon attraction The previews the storytelling. It's all a work in progress. The same exact thing happens with every one of my smart sellers This year and in years past and more than ever there are people that are going to be looking at your property and wanting to hear the full story about it. Not just the mls details not just the four hundred sixty characters they get to read. They want to hear the real story going right back to when it was built going back to when you did the kitchen and all the details. All that kind of stuff is what people really love here. And it's just not being told saw the smart sellers. Those of you. Who are out there. Were getting ready to make a move in the next game in the next season or two. Now's the time to get started. Now is the time to sign on you go to home dot real estate podcast. Show dot com. You find out of course where you stand right now and you'll get an idea of course of where you are
Inter Miami Announces New DRV PNK Stadium Name
"For the home of Inter Miami Major League soccer team. The franchise announced a partnership with AutoNation. For Lauderdale Stadium will now be called the D R V P NK Stadium after all donations, Dr Pink Cancer Awareness Initiative the initiative has already raised over $25 million in the fight against cancer. Inter Miami plays their home opener on Sunday, and it's already sold out with
Seattle Sounders launch Jimi Hendrix-inspired kit
"The The Seattle Seattle Sounders Sounders get get a a new new look look inspired inspired by by the the psychedelic psychedelic rock rock of of Jimi Jimi Hendrix. Hendrix. Cairo Cairo seven seven TVs, TVs, Tracy Tracy Leon Leon has has details details swirls swirls of of purple, purple, orange and yellow, our salute to the Seattle music legend and his love of vivid colors. This year, the MLS let teams create secondary uniforms that had individual meaning to their clubs. Hendricks look is more than just a cool kid. It's a fund raiser with the P Olive tribe. A portion of the Jersey sales will go to five groups helping communities of color.
Pines - Another Attacking Threat?
"Should we be putting big money down for you in the new sports book for golden boot. Is that that a strong bet. When i will i. I'm a team players team player for. So i want to do the best of the team. at the end of the day yes. I want to score as many goals as possible. If i get those chances. But you know as you've got to focus on what coach non wants me to do as defender in our says the by defensive role and if they need me the score that i got to be that guy and hopefully i'll get my goes to get by goals. This season need even more. And hopefully i can get to the next level and so i just got to keep trusting the process. Keep trusting what they tell me and do my job.
LeBron Gets 99th Triple-Double, Los Angeles Lakers Rout Wolves 137-121
"James and the Lakers beating the T wolves last night, LeBron also branching out. He and his business partner, Maverick Carter, are now partners at Fenway Sports Group. In with that steak, they become partial owners of the Red Sox. ESPN insider Brian Win horse. This is, uh, step in the LeBron's direction to being the front man for professional sports ownership. Now he has been in business with Fenway Sports Group for a decade now his own 2% of Liverpool since 2011, and in that left in that last decade, he has been focusing his Elf court efforts. For when he is after his career, and he can go ahead and buy it by a team. Now, in today's day and age, when MBA teams are over $2 billion, and many other professional sports teams are worth over one billion. You're gonna need partners. Even with all the money LeBron is made. Legal part of Fenway Sports Group, which now has over $7 billion in holdings gives him the opportunity to potentially use Thies investors someday toe by a team, whether it's an MBA team and MLS team. Baseball team of football team, but he's one step closer with this deal.
S6 E6 - How to get a good job - Full
"You know nothing is easy. I mean not a single thing in life is easy. Sometimes it might feel easy and then you realize wait. There's more to this than meets the eye so to speak and it ends up not be easy so let me give a little background so i am getting some work done at my house and i'll just be honest with you. It is some really cool work. I am getting a bucket list. Item checked off and we are getting pool. Installed sounds awesome. It also sounds expensive. It is both. It is both awesome and expensive. But here's the thing. They were digging the pool today or digging the hole for the pool right and everything was going fine except going a little slow because where we live there a lot of rocks in the ground. It just took him longer than it. Typically would i guess but it was. It was going fine until they hit a sewer line. And then i'm like man. You know it the. They've obviously hit sewer lines before so that wasn't the big deal but the big deal was now. I've got to get a plumber out here. And now i've got to go through the process of not just getting out here. Hope and pray that i get an honest plumber that they are going to not Fleece me so to speak and not going to just take me for all. I'm worth because they know. I need this work done. And i'm like man. This is just another thing that's going on and my wife has been sick for a while and we've been dealing with that and the kids are in school and my daughter was sick at school. Had to go pick her up today and there are so many things in life can seem really really hard. Sometimes and let's be honest it is you know. So that's what i mean by. Nothing is easy but when it comes to what. I want to talk about today how to get a good job after the military honestly sometimes it is really easy and sometimes it's not hey. My name is aaron perkins. I'm a us army combat veteran. Binned daddy to my to amazing kiddos author of resolve a book which is a step by step guide for you the veteran to rediscover purpose meaning and passion and your post military life and if you hadn't guessed and the host of this podcast this podcast since i fail to introduce it at the very beginning is called we served now. What an on this show. I do my very best to answer the questions that veterans and their families are already asking and today as you just heard me mention. I'm talking about how to get a good job after the military. Because i put out a poll of sorts and a few facebook groups. That are full of veterans in a said. Hey what are some things you like me to talk about. Or what specifically would you like to talk about and tadpole on the next episode of the show and this is the one that the people have demanded so to speak so this is it how to get a good job. And here's the thing. Your mileage may vary. I'm going to give you a few pointers few strategies. You can use but every person you run into that has found that quote unquote good job. Probably have a different version of this story. So first of all you have to do the important work of determining what to you constitutes a good job. What is it good job. Think about that for a second. What is a good job is a good job. Something that pays really well or is it something that allows you a lot of flexibility or does it have a great work environment or is it the type of worker the industry you're in or is it all of those things you know. Is it a government job or is it a private sector job what what is a good job to you. And so here's the thing you have to figure out what it is you want to do. And a lot of times your passion in life or your experience in the things you already enjoy doing. What kind of guide you toward the type of work. You would consider to be a good job so if you're interested in let's say plumbing for example maybe that would be a good idea for you and again please. Don't take this as my recommendation. This is only a suggestion of an idea right. I'm not saying if you like plumbing that you should go be a plumber. I'm not saying that at all but it is an indicator like. Hey maybe that's something that would be a good job for me or maybe like electric and you would want to go being electricity. Maybe like cybersecurity. Like i do and you want to go to the cyber security field. You know there's a lot of things. I mean literally countless things. You could consider a good job. Maybe you want to go work at a convenience store. I don't know what you consider a good job. What you want to do is completely different. From what i want to do. Or what my kids want to do or what your kids want to do or any one else. No one is going to be able to tell you what you want to do. And no one is going to be able to define that for you and to say hey. Here's what you should be doing as a job. So here's the thing. There are a lot of different tools available that can help you kind of narrowed down that job field for you. Do you want to work at a company. That is focused on only on making a difference. You know a nonprofit type or are you wanting to work at a company. That is focused on making money and also making a difference right so he. Here's the thing. Let me just a just a side note here. Just because company is focused on making money does not mean. They are not making a difference. It might be a good difference in my bad difference positive or negative difference but they are making a difference right and again. I don't want to go too far down that road. But that's not what this show is about. This episode is about today. But what i want to say here is that you are the only one who can define that that. What is that good job for you. Okay so back to what. I was saying tools available. There are several tools available. Personality assessments. things that can help you determine what you are kind of set up for They're also tools. You can find online that you can just google i. This was my mls and you know this is the these are the jobs that might be in line with my mos had in the military. Now i will say this about those emma west to job translators. Most of them are pretty much garbage. That just being really honest. I mean they like i'll put in my intel. Mos they'll be like. Hey you should go drive a garbage truck you know. I think that there are a lot of tools. You can use so use a variety of tools so resolve that i just mentioned at the top of the show is a book i wrote and that book takes you through the process of rediscovering purpose but in part of that process is identifying your skill. Set your personality what you are naturally good at what you are naturally drawn to. What sparked that fire in you and helps you develop that one year two year five year ten year plan so you can move in the direction that you want to go now. Here's the thing when it comes to getting a good job right. You have to consider your phase of life if you're seventy five years old and you want to be a medical doctor. Chances are that are that is not going to happen. If you are a twenty year old who has you know. Been really good at golf your entire life. You played varsity golf when you were in high school. You are just about to get out of the military. You've played golf as much as you can. While you were in and could you possibly get a scholarship to go play golf. Go become a professional golfer. You know maybe so. I mean who knows if that's something you're passionate about. Maybe there's something you should pursue. He you consider being a professional golfer a good job but for those of us who are not those professional athletes right. Who have to you know more or less clock. In and clock out every day those definitions of what a good job is can probably be narrowed down more to the things. We're good at and the things we're interested in. Now i want to say here too is just because you don't have a skill in something does not mean you can never do that. I'm going to say that again. Just because you do not have a skill in one area or another does not mean. You can never do that. Thing i'll relate a story from a one of my jobs that i've had we were looking for a person and again i'm not going into the details of who this was or what positions was looking for a person to hire and as we're looking saw candidates who were just top of the line really really great skill wise. They knew what they were doing. They had the skills that the company needed. And then we had other candidates were a really good fit from the personality side of things and guess what we hard. The candidates that had the personality that met our criteria and criteria is probably long term. But that met our culture that matched our culture because for our company the culture was far more important than the skill because we can teach skills. We can teach anybody skills as long as you have that attitude and that aptitude to learn it we can definitely teach you the skills so just because you don't have the skills does not mean you will never have them if there's something you're interested in doing and you think that would be a good job. Then go for it. Go do that next. I want to share a couple of things with you. That are just again. Take them as suggestions. These are just some practical tips for those of you. Who either have never done this or you're not sure about the importance of it. Once you figure out once you determine for yourself what a good job is what you identify as a good job create a linked in profile. I know i know you might not think he linked in profile is important. You might think. Hey man i'm going to go do some blue collar work and i'm going to you know i want to go. You know. cut down trees for a living but I don't need a linked in profile. Well it's not going to hurt anything and the truth is maybe you don't but again i would still recommend you to create a linked in profile because you never know the connections you will make on there and you never know the connections. You will need in the future. I highly recommend you create lincoln in profile. And frankly i highly recommend you a lincoln profile before you even determine what a quote unquote good job is for you. Just get the process started. It takes five minutes or maybe ten minutes if that get started and get your information on there also if you don't have one already develop a resume and if you've never done a resume. There are a ton of resume services. Don't go paying a ton of money for someone to develop resume for you. You're gonna waste your money. get someone that you know. Who has a pretty good idea of who you are to look over your resume man. All you know how to write a resume. Your resume is basically just the things you've done in a little bit about you and your experience okay. Your experience education your military service again google. It look it up. You can find a ton of different examples of what a decent resume looks like and again. I don't have time in this show. Go into all the details of what your resume needs to contain. Maybe that'll be a show in the future. Or who knows but right now. I'm just saying you need to develop a resume because just about every job not every job but just about every job is going to require you to have a resume and so if you want to apply online dark sure fill out your application upload your resume or just links to your linked in profile so we can check you out there again. Cradling profile develop a resume resume or you just need some help. I am more than happy to help you with that. Drop me a line at podcast at courage to fight again dot com and put in the subject line resume. Help and i'll do everything i can to help you with. That and truth be told. If i get enough of those request we will put together a another complete episode on developing a resume. You might be a specific podcast episode but we can meet together. Virtually socially distance on a zoom. Call or something to where. I can just walk you through developing a resume and again i've been on the outside so to speak of the military for a few years. Now got out in two thousand fourteen. It's twenty twenty one. And so i've got some experience. Not only developing resumes but in helping others develop their resumes as well again. I'm not selling you anything. I'm just offering you the help if you want to. Draw me line at podcast. Courage to fight again dot com and again. If we get enough people interested then we can schedule a separate call where can walk through it with you altogether. Okay another thing. I would recommend again. I know said. Don't take these recommendations okay. Another suggestion i would make create an indeed profile an upload your resume their indeed dot com upload your resume their so that way people who are searching for candidates with your skillset can find you. Okay you say hey. This is what i'm interested in. Here's my resume. This is my experience that and those hiring managers those recruiters who are looking for people like you can find you on indeed so if you want work for the federal government however you're gonna need to create a usa jobs account and explore that and frankly creating a usa jobs account and applying to federal jobs could take hours to go into all of the details of that and the number of keywords. You need and how those need to be structured in the way the resume needs to be worded and how you need to apply and all of that. I'm just hitting the highlights of the steps. You need to take on this particular episode. So what was it five six steps. Maybe let's do a quick recap you need to figure out you need to determine what constitutes a good job to you is it. Money flexibility work environment type of work. The industry are going to be in. No one is going to tell you that. No one is going to be able to tell you what you want to do. You have to determine that for your life you have to consider your phase of life but you also need to create a linked in profile and this is regardless of your phase of life. Credit linked in profile develop a resume. And as i mentioned if you don't know how are you need some help with drop me a line at podcast kurds fighting dot com. And i will do my best to help you with that. Create an indeed profile is the next thing you need to do upload your resume their and again if you want to work for the federal government create a usa jobs account and explore that or here we are almost at twenty minutes and i have barely scratched the surface of what it takes to get a good job in fact it was just talking to a friend of mine. The other day Last night in fact and He has a great job He's had great jobs ever since he left the military. And a lot of those have been timing. A lot of those have been Just who he has known people he has met and things just fell into place for him but doesn't always come that easily in fact it rarely comes that easily a lot of times. What you're going to find about getting a good job as you're going to have to put some work in toward developing some relationships with people who can view when they say. Hey i know someone who knows how to install acoustic panels. And i know i could call because i know they are good at that. I know they've done that before i know. I've seen their lincoln profile their resume or i worked with them at one point so again there are so many different directions. You could go with a good job. And what constitutes a good job for you but you're the only one who can decide that easy but hopefully this has answered your question of how to get a good job. Look we all have a lot of questions but the most important question that we can ask ourselves is this have. I accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith in. Jesus christ thanks for listening. We'll see next time.
Thierry Henry steps down as CF Montreal coach, cites family reasons
"We have to again on this. Show point out that humanity trump soccer right. I mean if you read gary statement and leaving club montreal. He it's not about the competition side. It's not about the. It's not about his aspirations as a manager. it's about his life. it's about his children. it's about his family. It's about a pandemic that has robbed so much from all of us is about saying i have to do. What's right for me. And you know what. I'm sitting here in a basement in kansas city. understand man. Terry loved having you in this league would have loved to have you here still But we completely get it. Go do what's right for you and your family. And i think they see with anri. Listen we hope first off as you said. Everything's okay with his family and he's able to get back to them and be comfortable and be happy again and then the other is you know. It's unfortunate him leaving this league now but he has been agreed basseterre for mls as a player and then when he left and went back to europe. And so we'll continue to do that so you're not are always going to be involved in around major league soccer because he has been now for ten almost ten years and he'll continue to do that in europe you you'd you'd think and if he can coach and manage their it can continue to push that. Which is we talked about. Porno on the last show and patrick vieira jesse martian. What guys are doing over there in tehran. We will continue to be a part of that
Nine of the Ten Last Super Bowl Teams Have a Soccer Interest
"Piece about how the nine of the 10 last Super Bowl teams have a soccer interest, meaning they own one or partially own wonder controlling interest. Who else is involved in with that list? In that list. Well, well, you go back to the San Francisco 40 Niners were in the Super Bowl last year against the Chiefs. They actually just this week increase their equity ownership of leads. United from I think it was 15% of 37% spent up over 50 million English pounds Theo to do that. The Atlanta Falcons have been in a Super Bowl against the Patriots. Both of those teams have MLS stakes. The L. A Rams, who lost to the Patriots the following season. Their owner owns Arsenal on if you go further back beyond just the last five years, the Seattle Seahawks their owners own a piece of the MLS. Founders, But that's really the extent of it. It's more the last five. Six years where you've seen this trend before that, it was it was Seattle and the Patriots. The Patriots on the MLS is revolution that play at the same Stadium is the Patriots, and it's a It's not just the football connection. You point out two different multi team ownerships, right? The the owners of the Philadelphia 76 years on Crystal Palace, the team in the English soccer first division, right? And you're seeing this success force you're seeing multi Team ownerships, Uh, enterprises that owned more than just a team in one sport is sport. It's sports become big business. The ownership is crossing Not not just sports sports live boundaries but international boundaries. So, um, we'll probably see a lot more be more and more rare to see teams make the final finals of their sport. Just have that one holding new ownership group that that one team, I guess for. Some of these guys have some of these owners. Obviously you're super wealthy. It's fun. They they love sports. There's a part of that. Um, there are certainly owners who go at it that way. I mean, I think the new owner of the New York Mets see Cohen goes out and looks at it from this is fun. This is something I've always wanted to do. But when you Put together, uh, vast holdings across sports. It's more than just fun. It's a big business. Thanks. Dan Dan Kaplan, Sports business reporter for the athletic Coming up next. Going too far as a cheapskate.
What a Newbie Needs to do
"Hi thanks for sitting down with me. Today tim anderson here the appraisers advocate. And in this podcast. We're going to talk about the skills a newbie should bring to the job hunt a little. While ago i engaged in a very unscientific search for what newbie should bring to the table. I asked a bunch of my fellow. Appraisers what they felt a newbie should have in order to attract an employer in order to attract a supervisor mentor. What we're going to go through today is basically a summary of those remember. Not everyone of the eas will apply in every case further. Some of these a newbie. Just won't have without some experience. But the point is a lot of these are learnable. The new can get if that newbie is willing to go to the time and effort to get them. So let's get into it in no particular order. The first one was listening skills in other words the appraiser the newbie needs to understand what it is. The client needs not what it is. The client wants further listening skills had to do with listening to the mentor. Listening to the supervisor. This is clearly part of learning his also part of critical thinking because the newbie quite frankly and gaining experience needs to understand through listening through critical thinking whether what the supervisor is teaching is right wrong or indifferent. let's face it some supervisors. Some mentors aren't very good. at teaching. Some are superb. Next would be delegation the appraiser must understand what is minutia and what is important and therefore leave them in you show alone now. Clearly a newbie is going to be working on a lot of the minutia. That's how the new learns but the point is we can't lit perfect. Get in the way of don. That's what delegation means. Another one was attention to detail. Meaning time management and personal integrity. The attention to detail has to do with deadlines. Every job comes with a deadline. If you can't meet it then don't take the job. If you take the job thinking you can meet it but it turns out for whatever reason you can't then professional honesty professional integrity says you get in touch with the client and you say so to see what the client wants to do. This is what keeps the client. Happy not so much that the client gets the number client wants but the client understands what's going on with the appraisal. What's going on with the appraiser. It's also a sign of personal integrity to admit an error and then worked to overcome it so attention to detail was the very most important one. Indeed of all the people. I talked to attention to detail. Time management and personal integrity came up right at the top. Another really important. One was tech savvy in other words. The appraiser understands how to use the computer understands. Math understands finance now in understanding the computer this basically means understanding how to working word quickly had a work in excel up to and including log functions and pivot tables which quite frankly are rather advanced concepts but not difficult to learn because it's not necessary to learn the math behind them. The computer does all that the appraiser needs to understand what present value is in other words the six functions of a dollar without understanding that it's difficult to learn the more advanced concepts of appraising then the appraiser has got to understand. Mls how to do an mls search properly how to narrow an mls search down properly. So that the only thing under analysis our properties more or less like it's properties comparable to the subjec- the appraiser the newbie needs to be responsible and adaptive responsible. Goes back to the work work ethic week. We talked about adaptive means. There's more than one way to solve a problem. Don't get dependent on that one way. Learn other ways to solve a problem. Someone who can who can see and then solve a problem is a lot more important to an organization than merely someone who can see a problem so the key here is being able to solve problems. Part of work ethic is putting in the hours not only on the job but on education as well. I'm not talking so much about formal college education. I'm talking about the kind of education you have to do to know how to use. Mls to know how to use excel. Yes i'm also talking about continuing education. Some continuing education. Frankly isn't very good. Some is superb. Therefore part of work ethic part of being responsible and adaptive is doing research to find out those continuing education classes that are worth the effort that are worth the time that are worth the trouble to make the movie more attractive to a supervisor or a mentor.
Machine Learning Lifecycle 2021 Conference Preview
"In today's episode though we wanted to highlight our upcoming machine learning life cycle event. That's taking place. January twenty sixth through twenty eight. Twenty twenty one. I know that some of our podcast listeners signed up for our data for a conference that took place in september of twenty twenty and that was a really awesome event. we had hundreds of sessions. And you know lots of live sessions. Many more on demand with some incredible speakers at that event so just like with our data for a icon machine. Learning life cycle event is going to have that as well. We're going to have incredible. Keynotes incredible presenters and sessions as well really focused on that whole learning life cycle including m l. operations building models model management. So we'll have key five. He is for our sessions and our content for the upcoming machine learning life cycle event. If you like to check out that event we encourage you to go to life cycle. Comp dot com so m. l. life cycle co nf dot com. You can sign up as always. Our events are free to attend but so we wanted to spend you know a little bit of time going into the key. Main areas of focus for the sessions. And then some highlight. Some of the presenters sessions as well so the first area of focus is going to be on machine learning model development sessions in this will include and be focused on building and developing models so for supervised learning unsupervised learning reinforcement learning and then also across all different kinds of algorithms. So we talk about the three different types of learning and a lot of our podcast but just to go over that supervised learning through example unsupervised is learning through discovery and then reinforcement learning is learning through trial and error so that that area is going to focus really on model development for for that That all of that stuff. The next area of focus is going to be the machine. Learning model management so sessions in this category will focus on how companies should go about managing their models once. They're actually in production version eating life cycle management and then also aspects of that human side of management as. Well you know we don't want to forget at the end of the day. There are humans that are overseeing and managing this. So let's not forget about that aspect as well related to this idea of emo model management is this emerging space called ops mo operations which does overlap a bit and he talks about dealing with model life cycle in terms of The version being an iteration of models. And that's our of stuff but mls also keep an eye on the model as it's in production so things like model drift and data drift so these sessions on mo ops. I talk about what. Emma lops is how it relates to a related area which is taking a development code in the operational aspects of managing the development life cycle. There's a lot of things in common with that. There's a lot of different things though. Dealing with data drift a model drift and aspects of modernisation and models security and all sorts of things. So people definitely have sessions on. Emily ops quite a few and some emerging technology vendors that are expanding in the space. You're gonna wanna hear from them. Also we're to be looking at model governance so machine learning model governance. This is really focused on aspects of the the management of models in terms of access and control and decision making and who gets access to the various models and maybe differences in version in terms of. Maybe wanna keep multiple versions of a model around for different purposes. Maybe models trained in different data sets for different things you know. How do you handle. That can become very complicated. And you have to. Of course deal security and privacy and all these sorts of aspects. We're gonna be talking about that in the nfl model governance aspects. And of course we have lots of other sessions focused on adoption and development and management of machine learning models across the life cycle from people across the board who have been implemented on implementing machine learning. So just like our events we've have in the past We have three tracks. Are we have a track. That's focused on the technology side. So you can learn about how to do things and get insights on the from a from a technology perspective. We also have an industry track which is really focused on the industry applications. How are different industries applying these technologies. What are their use cases. What are the some of their lessons. Learned there's also some panels we might have from people. We do have actually throw people in different industries who are share around a similar topic and then of course we have large government and public sector contingency because governments around. The world are making use of machine learning for a lot of things. We're dealing with on our day to day basis of course dealing with things like pandemic and public health but still many other aspects of our life because the government's you know facing the same remote world that we are an ai machine learning Forms apart so we have incredible speakers and sessions and we'll we'll highlight a few of them right here in this podcast right so we have some great keynotes that we wanted to talk about. We have harrison smith. Who's the director of enterprise digitisation at the internal revenue. Service the irs. He's going to be talking about from digitisation to ai. How technology is transforming the government and in particular the irs. I know that many government agencies especially in twenty twenty digitisation and digitalization has been a big focus for that because as we shift from in person to remote work they've needed to really ramp up quickly a lot of their processes to make sure that people are able to stay functioning in their roles. So that's going to be a really incredible keynote. We also have maria wrote. Who's the deputy federal chief information officer from the office of management and budget ownby. She's going to be delivering a keynote as well about Ai in the government. We're also going to have tim persons whose chief scientists in managing director of the science technology assessment analytics team at the. Us government accountability office gao. He's going to be delivering a keynote about planning an agile government with artificial intelligence
They Saved the Crew. Now It's Playing in M.L.S. Cup.
"Sounders defend the cup tonight every kinds with the latest to get us up to date here. The beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Sounders go for a third MLS Cup title in club history tonight as they face the Columbus Crew. Two starters of the crew are not medically cleared to play due to covert 19 protocol. No word on whether they tested positive due to privacy laws. Regardless, goalkeeper Stephanie Frye says the defending champs No. They'll have their hands full finals. There always a testy affair, right? Nobody wants to make a mistake. People are on edge a little bit. They know the severity or the how big this moment is. And so you know, I'll be looking at will be an interesting game. First cake. It's five o'clock on
"m._l._s." Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Altitude and e._s._p._n. Plus for some of our listeners who are nebraska or maybe even scandinavia since we've got a few we we might still have some shubert listening. Maybe not some bloomberg's anymore mark but in any case new york rebels currently fourth in the eastern conference forty one points off of twenty eight games played a twelve eleven and five record with a plus five goal differential and they are eight four into at r._b._i. The season the rapids i think just by goal differential if i'm not mistaken yes or no excuse me by games played and then off of having one more win than vancouver on the rapids up to eleventh in the western conference. They have twenty seven points off twenty games played. We are now twenty seven thirty four th through the twenty nine thousand nine colorado rapids death march mark. They have a record of seven seven fourteen in six a negative eleven goal differential and a road record of one four one eight and four that loan wind coming against these la timeless elegance l. a. galaxy. I just really briefly mark. I'm going to assume our listeners are aware enough that they know that bradley wright phillips is on the new york red bulls. They have cuckoo and danny royer who who are both mary fantastic players probably one of the best back lines in m._l._s. You obviously have louis rebels from goal aaron long tim parker centreback kemar lawrence who you know if if like if kemar lawrence fallen into latte for the rapids and somehow sam vines could move into a different role. I think it'd be an absolute blast for the rapids to be excited about him as opposed to edgar casio alder respect mark birch any case. I'll stop being a kemar lawrence fan case marco. What are you seeing this game. Do we care about it. Happy on the narrative of robin frazier's first games head manager of the rapids is against the team. He was insistent for after getting fired chiefs u._s._a. And then also presumed pending a miraculous comeback for the rapids and making the play offs and then somehow making m._l._s. cup against the red bulls this will be the final game in the new new york new jersey area for one tim howard well. I also want to add one other named the pile of names that we like to talk about which is <hes> mark rutkowski muskie who is the is the midfielder and has the best nickname i think in soccer so his his <hes> polish sounding although german-born name <hes> <hes> starts with an r. z. n. a..
"m._l._s." Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart
"Delaying part now founder and c._e._o. Of flavors play versus is the company bringing a sports high school so you compete for a state championship in football soccer basketball and because of this man right here you are able to do it in some states and soon soon to be able to do it and others in east sports. He's a pioneer in the space. He's at a fascinating history. That's consisted of owning cellphone stores <hes> working with dan gilbert on a high high-growth fiber optics company <hes> and building and selling an e. sports organization <hes>. We are so honored to have him on. We're excited <hes>. We're a very very very very very very small part of the journey but we're excited to be on with him. <hes> delaying thank you for coming online brings man. Thanks for having me definitely. This is something that we do every episode love lighthearted podcast. We opened up a bottle of wine so without further ado these guys very into wine yeah manama big wine guy so we got cuttings. <hes> two thousand sixteen vintage from napa valley always puts my wine my wine opening to the test. I'm marie. Marie lane is drinking that good water with no branding because we don't have any sponsors yet. I know let's get a water sponsored a sponsor out there watching liquid death mayton. I'm skipping a may do right back and introduce. You shout science. We'll get into that for sure no definitely but <hes> i guess it's not also moment opening decoding penis wine decanting imporant m._l._s. khanna's start conversation on this kind of talk about where you're from from detroit jefferson product but just kind of talk about throughout your childhood and your upbringing had a challenge bringing growing up with the data we know where a family friend and you know lynnwood market. This kind of talk about that addicott introduced us to talk about so i grew up <hes> born and raised in detroit grew up in a jeffries projects. I say i was mostly raised on the west side of detroit race by single mother <hes> for early part of my childhood like a family friend karma rhonda <hes> in everyone else sort of in our family refers to her as a cousin <hes> depending on where you fall on family tree but <hes> my my father was my self a'motor brother dateline whose birthday actually whose birthday yes so this it yes so yeah so myself and my older brother who's birthdays today. <hes> you know his father pass away from my father was murdered before i was born so my mom <hes> you know she junkies maybe twenty three years old. She had two boys <hes> so my grandparents sort of took my brother in and family frantic me in <hes> in <hes>. That's sort of how we were raised. Eventually i moved back with my mom and <hes> we lived on the west side of detroit and one of the things that she did to sort of keep us out of the neighborhood was <hes> get a summer job so we play sports. My brother actually was like really talented in every sport. He played what he was so lazy like he'd never came the guy who never came to practice but always started on game day. Everybody knows someone it was so annoying and <hes> you know i was the opposite like i had to put in a lot of work to like perfect like mark and i was pretty passionate about it too so i wanted to <hes> but anyway yeah we we both got jobs and my brother worked at this. <hes> meat-packing place caught me town <hes> which is now defunct in <hes> in now. He's a chef which is pretty <hes> pretty the insane projector yeah he's from es in detroit. He'll actually be here tomorrow and <hes> <hes> actually worked at the cell phone store and you know in now can business and so <hes>. I'm pretty sure like those those moments were both pivotal for both yes. I wanna i wanna talk a little bit. You mentioned kind of the support system that rarely rallied around you and help you kind of become you know who you are today and who who you're going to be <hes> you you had a similar situation going up and i think it'd be interesting just hear both you guys speak on just the importance of a support system and and really kind of how it how it helps you know manufacturer you becoming the person you want to become yeah <hes>. I guess i'll start off with that. Obviously i think your environment definitely worth of mine <hes> but you know me. <hes> grew grew up silver spring maryland. <hes> had you know luckily fortunate to have both parents in my life. You know just to blue-collar. Hard-working people. Dad was a chef. My mom was a waitress. Both from saint louis us and you know to kind of made out the maryland you know what the police go maho life then made that transition to school my sophomore year <hes> and it was it was a big <hes>. I was recruited to play there. She didn't really know what you're walking into. I thought it was. I think it recruited from any basketball scores jose. I you know this is the only school to recruit me so i'm gonna go there. I had no idea what was so it was a very rigorous academic dynamic institution. I want to say and i got a kick. My ass kick my fucking ass. I'm dave from day one <hes> sophomore year. I didn't do good academic probation three or four times for lagos every every quarter on academic probation. <hes> got asked to come back and ask when my you know support it system <hes> really kinda right behind me. You know a lot of people from students to parents to coaches <hes> to my brother. Matt another got a guy jamal lewis who played basketball with their <hes> rally behind me met with the head of school kind of got me readmitted and you know mas- family were her generous enough to say if i got back in their opener house to me and i lived with them my junior year after my senior year and now you know they close yeah now living together out here. I kind of followed them out here though it actually worked out perfectly that he was out here when i got drafted on i mean you know that support system it amazing you know we we're dying to hear your story and kinda dig more into that supports structured. I kind of got you to where you are now as very successful <hes> you know business business versus ethical black businessmen at age twenty six is something i think is kind of rare <hes> in a space definitely yeah sure it looks. I think support system is everything <hes> you'd. I was fortunate enough to have really like everyone in this sort of try. Whether there have been you know family or neighborhood <hes> friends sir you know colleagues of family members who who ultimately saw a lot of potential me and some of that i think is natural but a lot of it was also foster. My <hes> a speak torch support system was specifics. <hes> there was a couple of moments. I would say tangible moments. That probably was really impactful like to me as a child. <hes> i have an unhealthy ms olivia. We call her libby and she actually used to buy all these magazines. You know how people used to buy all of all of the business magazine she she had a subscription and she used to buy them to give them to myself and my cousins and my brother but i the only one who really enjoyed. It may be business. Insider are <hes> <hes> inc magazine forbes probably rare at ten eleven o'clock. I was so fascinated by it and i remember reading this. This story of this guy named johnny cupcakes cupcakes. <hes> who who believe in boston massachusetts he started <hes>. I didn't like follow up on this to be. He started a like a t shirt print. Stop but it was also also an ecommerce playing <hes> he used to allow people to vote on our upload and then vote on the best cupcake designs are designs for shirts and then whatever ones had to like the most votes votes he would then actually print and sale and just you know generally because he crossed the design itself in inspiration they would always sell out designed retail stores <hes> four the print shop <hes> that looked like bakeries and he was like generating crazy revenue and this was with his family. His friends and i was so fascinated by how someone could build something as simple. There's a print shop until this sort of you know clothing empire and like illegal business because growing up in the hood either like the goal was like died there. You know play. Some sort of sport are <hes> frankly. Don't like own sort of like drugs. Go by not real estate that i do like how many spots can you have in one neighborhood <hes> <hes> and so yeah so it was <hes> it was really fascinating like <hes> a piece in certainly one of the articles that i remember from those magazines that really inspired me to like jump into business and so <hes> everybody you know my support system. I was actually really strong. <hes> and i'm super thankful and obviously without without the likes of unim- mom and <hes> in my first boss loss guy named sam who owned a cell phone store and <hes> and you know my girlfriend at the time ashley and my cousin wound who passed away and my brother like those people sort of rallying behind me me and like always <hes> push me not be in trouble or getting me out of trouble or sort of course like i certainly wouldn't be here today. Yeah going going back to that. We're doing some research research read article and there was one where you said <hes> that how you grew out really fueled hustle and so that self confidence in u <hes>. We're talking a little bit off. Off-camera joshua's like yo- did you think you'd ever be here and you look them straight in the face. You were like yes which is commendable amazing so how how does how does that upbringing influenced -fluenced that that attitude and you and what did it bring out from a young age yeah. That's a great question so <hes> i. I don't know if any of you guys have ever been in detroit but like you. You have obviously the play but <hes> those only time i've been yes. I mean obviously n._b._a. Harder flays so it's not really it's not yeah exactly i haven't been there. No i mean downtown is totally different. Environments super beautiful auburn hills bro. Hopefully you guys by the way are stay at the hotel this time. When you guys go awesome birmingham <hes> outside the amount of yeah <hes> anyway <hes> yes look detroit's full hustler man <hes> is a town full of really creative people with a lot of grit and spirit the spirit of hustle and <hes> <hes> <hes> and everyone's really motivated to like make something themselves and so <hes> being in that environment you know <hes> you know at such a young age and sort of being right in the thick of in very very curious to learn and curious to find out what it takes to sort of get out of that circumstance really motivated me inspired me to you know stu something in life and so <hes> <hes> i don't know many people who aren't who are from detroit who don't have that hustler baked into him <hes> and so is definitely out say just kind of in the water there <hes> <hes> <hes> in michigan and i wouldn't trade the experience of growing up in detroit or anything like as long as i grew up in detroit and redo everything. I think i ended up in the same place yeah. There's no <hes> now. Let's talk about your mom. Now you want me to get you guys as far as from the gangs from history as possible and you know she made you guys get summer jobs and kind of talk about that experience in and talk about you know working at a cell phone shopping and just kind of <hes> walk through when you were part owner of three different seventeen sixteen metro p._c._s. sixteen yeah crazy. I thought it was at sixteen. It was ascertained the u. S. sixteen. You're your own at three different metropcs. I mean that is something. I use his sixteen years old. You don't you don't hear that kind of talk about that. Process is kind of how you know. You started working there and then dislike. You said that hosoda you had you know. Does this ability d._n._a. How you able to kind of turn that into just you know a business in owning. You know different things that that age yeah. It's pretty interesting to just before. I get into that story. My mom always tells me stories worries about when i was a kid and my career day or whenever i have homework assignments and it was basically actually like describe like how you envisioned your life like turn out like what career path you want to go on my only answer for years. It's like a billionaire like that was so i never knew how to get there but i knew that at some point i beat at and so this sort of ownership should mentality was like always a apart of <hes> just who i am just reach billionaire status yeah how oh how like today i mean that's probably so he he it definitely hit that what <hes> was great to see you know forbes recognize them <hes>. I'm sure he's been a billionaire for at least a year to not not longer <hes> but <hes> yeah i'm really i'm excited to see who comes next on a reality climbing there and beyond say should be right on into that did he of course <hes> but <hes> <hes> yeah like <hes> always knew that get there just never knew through light what vehicle and <hes> in an ownership mentality was always a part of me even as early as like <hes> with me and my brother like our first first business venture was sort of like this line care business de la uncaring he used to do all the work and he's like do all of the books and come up with the market in and like handle all the accounting and like get the jobs i used to even i was dating. This girl and i was like middle school inherited. Her uncle's like this famous d._j. In local d._j. On a radio and i used to download all of the songs forum like online and find the best quality and put them on like a a flash drive used to pay me like two hundred and fifty bucks a week so that he had the best phones and like the newest songs for the club very weak and <hes> <hes> so i was always hustling just always trying to make money so i got this job at the cell phone store. It was the sprint nextel story the beginning <hes> in his guy. Sammy sorta just took a chance on me..
"m._l._s." Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I i still think with chi and diego rubio <hes> playing off each other. They can cause a lot of havoc just a ton to have it in. I think it's always interesting when mosquitos comes into a match what he looks like because i think over the years in at certain points this season for colorado <hes> he's been impactful and then other times he's been completely missing <hes> callanan jack sitting or holding in a one one sitting one given the free muscle a little bit higher. <hes> you know the you've got quality there sam nicholson on one side. I think he's he's just one of those players that has a variation nation of service and can be dangerous shinya sheikhi. I'm i'm not sure what his position is. I know he's been kinda thrown into a couple of different. A couple of different looks <hes> <hes> but ultimately when i look at colorado i i know they've addressed. The goalkeeper. Position are excuse me the center back position with boubacar coming over on alone but with tommy smith. I'm never sure which version of tommy smith we're gonna get our are we going to are we going to get a guy. That's <hes> you know has the experience he has and can be the leader in the vocal leader and be the player that can essentially shut down the opponent or we're going to get the guy that puts in the half effort a <hes> to close down a space or starts you know being demonstrative with the players around him when he's at fault when the goals are being conceited and then with clint with with no tim right now <hes> you know for clint <hes> we know he's a good shot stopper. He's getting up there. <hes> the questions will be when the bulls play do his feet. What kind of pressure is applied by the opponent <hes> so outside backs can get forward as opposed to getting ten back and if they do get if they do you get forward with vines and rosen berry. Can they find that right balance in the shake <hes> because ourselves one of their biggest strength is going to be in the transition and when that bowls turned over they try to get four with numbers quickly <hes> so ousted doesn't matter it's just gonna be one hell of a battle <hes> and while it might not have this shine in terms of the rivalry that a lot of these other quote unquote rivalries have <hes> there's definite history and i think the fans are always excited when these two teams switch other well said let's get out with a couple more questions here done i one nick raimondo pending that miracle playoff run by the rapids probably the last time that the rapids will be seeing him playing give me one really good nick raimondo story ideally rocky mountain cup but just one that you think sums him up that maybe we haven't unheard before oh man <hes> grew up with nick <hes> i was older than nick and southern california and when our high schools will play each other knicker mondo would plays a ten in in the first forty five minutes and try to get the lead in the second half going goal and try to hold onto that lead so they could win at montclair high school <hes> for me. I'll remember knicker mondo as a guy who probably could have left m._l._s. at different stages of his career <hes> but but by staying has cemented himself as the best goalkeeper in the history of goalkeepers that have only played their career in major league soccer. <hes> the the the the joker. I guess the moniker while the wasatch comes down to is ability to save an unbelievable amount of penalties throughout the course of his career here <hes> and in the like in the ilk of a matt reese of tony meola <hes>. I still think nick raimondo is the best goalkeeper to have ever played a major league soccer with his feet. Whether it's <hes> you know hitting these frozen ropes volleys or whether it was kind of <hes> fainting insane players do a tom cruise fly as they go to ground and he just kinda chops them up. I think our soul fans in m._l._s..
"m._l._s." Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I mean listeners the after hearing that you're not convinced in terms of rubio off-field are on the field. Excuse me i would say go watch the video. The rapids put out about him going with his kids is to the zoo and then listen that story that i just told you and tell me you're not missing. Diego rubio not only the professional football mark but diego rubio the person. I'm definitely convinced that he is part of the soon to be in their prime or the rapid should be building twenty twenty regardless of the head coaching position china also included thought vice you know i think it was a great digression a great story. I'm thrilled to have heard it. <hes> i now have a potential new favorite player and <hes> there's a reason this team signed diego rubio four a four year contract. He's locked up through twenty twenty two <hes> which is that he clearly shows the talent and the ability and they believe in him and he's a guy that bill will set mark on any of the big things that we wanna point out on you know just last week whether it was the loss of minnesota the drought who snyder then i mean we've both been on the record. This point of the season is over but i mean you know you figured if you were going to mount any sort of miracle comeback in needed to start withdrawing minnesota and the vatican houston and team did neither of those is all just taking scalps from here on out. It's all just playing spoiler in and i'll defer to something i've probably said at a years so on a ago on the podcast asked which was a problem our interview d c united player. I forget which one and you're so good and he might have told me this story independent of you telling me so. I heard yeah i her on. I read it in something you wrote you. Ask the resort like how howdy get up for game on doesn't mean anything. This was twenty thirteen season yeah. Everyone's on the year he was your there are furious with him and he says it doesn't mean anything to you. They all mean something to me. Something tended to that fact is basically all these players. They care deeply about every single game. They can't get up for a game if they don't get up for game day they are. They may get a big deal. What and i think that's very very true of all professional athletes. You can't go out and perform at the highest level if you don't really care you don't believe in what you're doing with. These dozen was lots on who you know flows love between you know. We'll only get up when he's gotta play harlow so on the weekend as he is this weekend. Watch game yet doesn't care about columbus crew definitely doesn't here the san jose earthquakes but l. a._f._c. or anything on national television mid week open cup me nothing to law-abiding what is open cup okay in any case ace on show easily. Get onto this weekend mark the alright it is rivalry week in m._l._s. <hes> this coming saturday at eight pm mt santer any time colorado rapids will be taking on real salt lake from the rio a stadium mark that i do not need to remind you <hes> the rapids have never actually walked walked away with three points in and prior to this past year have not scored multiple goals in real salt lake currently says in fourth in the western conference they have forty points offer twenty six games played twelve wins ten losses and four draws a plus four goal differential and a very impressive nine three and one record at the rotea colorado rapids for me in eleventh place in the western conference still a sizable number of points ahead of f._c. Cincinnati they we have twenty seven points twenty six teams played a record of seven three and six with a negative on goal differential end a increasingly the appointment away record of one seven in four..
"m._l._s." Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast
"The challenge of building a buyer list when getting getting started in wholesaling steve's legacy will be to create. I love this a hundred millionaires. One of my favorite quotes is from the great zig ziglar. You can have everything everything in life. You want just help enough. Other people get what they want right. So what a what a bio that is. I want to unpack that a little bit as we as we talk doc today. Yeah you know it says two and your bio that you heard this when you first got into real estate and that's stuck with you. That's essentially one of your core values. Absolutely absolutely i mean he's the man and you know i read. I read that in the beginning <hes> i i didn't and i recently read the go giver last year and it's the same thing is the five core principles the mon- money your income is directly proportional. How many people you can help. I love that and that's one of the podcast is so so helpful aw the zig ziglar is the greatest sales person of all time. We quoted him on the last night. We quite timid sales. People have skinny kids'll the first time you and i go way back right. What was the last time i'm trying to remember the last time we hung out homey. When was a few years ago. I i gotta say is either to max three years ago in anaheim for the craig proctor conference and that's all that's remiss remiss craig proctor and you know every time we meet because at least once or twice because i love steak and i think the low stakes <hes> <hes> more expensive it at home well. I remember hang having a porterhouse steak with you at steakhouse. I remember see for our listeners. There's and corey <hes>. I remember i remember steve. I wouldn't see where a silent assassin. That's a little dramatic but it would say you were rope a dope in the room. I'd say okay. You were stealthy smart. You are definitely taking notes on everybody's side call you stealthy train always learning always learning you want to be the dumbest guy room so i not a bunch of people killing it yeah. You're you're the guy that was taken the notes and that's the guy you gotta be careful it. You gotta be careful. How would you describe yourself that way. Absolutely in fact you look. Have you watched my podcast. <hes> you know a lot of remark by like how i ask questions the way ask questions and so on and really what it is. Is that the same exact thing i've been doing my entire career was taking people successful asking life you know. Can i pick your brain difference. Was i had an agenda when i came and let the questions ready to go so once i started the podcast it was basically really live without food and the camera on the only difference that's awesome. That's a good way to describe it now if somebody if someone just showed up up in the last year and took a look at you you you'd look like someone who's had tremendous success in relatively short period of time but i know that's not true you have ten thousand subscribers on youtube and following your podcast some of your videos that was nosing over thirty thousand views and in unfurled listeners. You've also shared the stage most recently with mr gary bainer chuck which i will want to yeah. I want to ask you about that in a minute but we know that there's a lot of what hind the scenes <hes> that have gone into the crazy success of steve training and the real estate disruptors movement right so absolutely. I think that's a great point. I mean we even saw this phenomenon. A couple years ago with our friend john's lush writing it takes five years to become an overnight success according into a hammer the october from good to great jim call us right so again you and i we met through the cracks systems credit talkers actually the very first coaching eighteen program. I signed up for back in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen man since then. It was uncomfortable thing that i actually couldn't even sleep. Why should i spend that first coaching and since then i spent over two hundred thousand in coaching right but that person's about let me in grind i like constant grind has led me to where i am today and a lot of this on dacians that i've learned the person that took a long time for my career to bloom but you know our prepared and what the moment hit brecon blue yeah you did. It really did like. I said if you just showed up you know if you saw you. That's deep trench going then showed up a year later. You'd be like what happened man added but but i know your heart worker i know what you do so we can talk about that a little bit before we do that. I just wanna get to know mr c tran. Mr stealthy trang <hes> who are you. What's your background. Where are you from and why did you come a real estate estate agent boom. Let's get out of the gate so so came here tonight states as a refugee <hes> as an immigrant born in a refugee camp in italy <hes> so came here basically with nothing poor. You know grew up in a mobile home park. <hes> and my parents bust their asses working eighty hour weeks pretty much never saw them except for like an hour a day so you know super supportive parents but just whenever available and i mean a couple of different things you know the asian culture where like getting a great age then like why are you my house and i was supposed to succeed <hes> but also i didn't have them around <hes> to support me <hes> on extracurricular extracurricular activity so i knew growing up fisher wants to be revealed from a kid and that's the reason why i walk walking to school every morning driving to school now <hes> and i go to all their events. I take yeah those taking. Some lessons is super important because of how i was raised <hes> but you know they they sacrifice. They were their fingers to the bone so that i would have an easier life so i can go school. Get good grades. Get my degree and go. We'll get a good job problem. Was i'm not employee material. We know that thirty two working so <hes> had you know. I had a great life. My friends described my career as a resort because i was show to to work like not after nine thirty and now levi five most days on the left by four so i could be in the first game. I left and fitness giving you wanted to play basketball with the n._f._l. Players you have to be the first game on monday. So i was working twenty four hour weeks. I would go home at lunch like eleven thirty. Go home taking that for thirty minutes. Eat my lunch and come back like legit had an amazing life but unfulfilled so that's a real estate. I always gonna career are or a business. I didn't know what as you know as you and i both know. It's really easy to get into real estate so let's see what happens. I got into it. That's awesome story now before we get into the meat of things in your business. I just want to ask you about wholesaling and the reason why we're going to ask you about <unk>. Wholesaling <unk> in your area is it's because of one of your. It's one of your unique <hes>. It's it's something that you've started to brand yourself with. I would say right yup real estate wholesaling canada. It's not a term that a lot of agents listening would-be familiar with <hes>. There's another phrase that canadian agents might know. It's similar to what you do in wholesaling what we call skip title so. Why don't you tell us what real estate wholesaling is after that. I'll tell you how i discovered it because again again going back to their credit card system <hes> we have the you're also guarantee. You're all by <hes> and for me. I always did were you know my offer is going to be ah ninety percent <hes> retail minus eight percent commission up buying it for eighty percent and the first time someone said i wanna now say no we have list for one hundred twenty days and then i'll buy it for basically eighty percent of market value and i had to people take my cash off or they were insistent that i give it to them today. Today i bought two houses for eighty percent of market value and then i realized well my guarantee offers too high but lower the seventy five and and i was still buying houses and then i ran out of money 'cause i was buying houses plans like well. What do i do so. I started selling my contracts assigning it as a wholesale because i know what to do it so i discovered wholesaling purely by accident because of the guarantee sale now but wholesaling is just an arbitrage which i knows another big work but you're buying something below at a lower price than selling for a higher price so right now we're buying houses for around seventy percent of what it would sell for fix if someone else for about eighty percent for the eighty percent they've got to be able to <hes> take care of the repair costs the holding poss- hang agent later want to sell all these but eighty percent they buy they can sell it for a good a profit of twenty or thirty thousand so we do the dirty work for the <hes> for the flippers the flippers get on t._v. They got the t._v. Shows they've got the <hes> the seminars they're the ones on the radio so they look great and but really the wholesalers the ones doing the dirty work and getting their views from the homeowners houses yeah so it's recalled unbolted. Oh come on. You're helping people. You know. You're taking a home. That's in distress arrest or in the risk of you're in. You're putting it under contract with the intent to a sign that contract to another buyer nothing wrong with that <music> you make money on you can say that journalists looks at it instead of just taking advantages lady. You're you're welcome for buying your house. <laughter> are raising is the all of us every person's house that we buy. They're so grateful and going back to the one of the reasons why enjoyed wholesaling eight more profitable pay fast there and see our clients love it. How much could you work at every client was grateful. Every client loves you at the end of the transaction. I can do it all day but traditional real estate now. You could have done this better. You could have done that better fifty along on the south. I know you're supposed to record in my in my in my neighborhood but it's a two extra weeks to go on a contract and i had to fix the toilet you you can't make everybody happy all the time and real estate. You know you never know you know even when you break your back and you get them. A world world record offers sometimes just isn't good enough with these transactions are a lot of people reaching out to you. Are you running ads all the time like what's what's the i guess. How are you getting these these deals. I guess the question. I have <hes> so if you look back to from marketing <hes> i i i think sweat hog stuck in a day. Where are you going to phone book doc and you just cold. Call everyone a phone book. That used to be how real estate was done. Well pretty much how we're doing it now. Cold calling a lot. <hes> <hes> is statistically one percent of the people are some sort of financial distress by that one percent of the other night percents pretty annoyed very very nice listen. You're doing this stuff the others don't wanna do not see why you're successful right and that's the point ah behind your podcast in your attic and can you talk to us about your app yeah so the app something that we create. We've been working there for more than two years now so we're definitely behind schedule <music> but <hes> you know if you're in our market <hes> business wholesaling any of the market but your market and your wholesaler then you do you wanna do to move your contracts. Is you wanna send email blast so they go down every agent in emma's and all these other people that they add to their list and sentiment mass ask you know and email marketing was great like ten years ago today texting blasting even today second blessings is effective. It was a year or two ago. If you're starting to get turned off by taxing <hes> we'll push notifications have a very high open rate so what we did was getting at so the wholesaler can put the property in the app and whoever got a save search for that then it gets put up again so let's just say you're looking for property in alberta. I'm guessing if i can't find anything prior to fifty so you put a property to twenty in berta is everyone got it that serious. It's going to get a vacation they click on it and they can see the property in the app interesting. That's that's a really cool. <hes> concept are are you live yet. We're live in arizona arizona. The goal is that'd be in texas in october speaking at a bit nuts over the we're going to grant launched in texas october four i if that smooth giant giant capital apple but if that's move then we're going that connection what is it. Is it a browser notification. Push notification vacation that you click it opens the property in the app so it's like a i should probably know a little bit better but i imagine after the same thing we click on vacation and opened up until the property so that's the way it is right now for m._l._s. m._l._s. You don't have an app email so you get the click on the link in the email and it takes you to the property in browser. We're creating ecosphere. <hes> for for the are off market. M._l._s. ver- cool interesting stuff okay. I wanna i wanna talk about <hes> the word disruption for one second the greater property yet the greater property group has been called natural industry disruptors. We've heard that term because we absolutely believe that money moves to differences not similarity and when you look at what everyone else is doing collectively in the industry and you move away from that might be considered a disruptor but you just you know right but it is a buzzer..
"m._l._s." Discussed on LightHarted Podcast with Josh Hart
"Boomers largest endorsement deal of all time year congrats during super <unk> appreciative of yeah fire. It's awesome. It's the talk about <hes>. You should joy my shoe contracts up next summer so i'm going to be a lot of conversation they have. You always been at that savvy financially or did. Was it a recent thing. I know you like the last four or five <hes> four five five years yeah for five years when i started you know <hes>. I just knew that just thought they saving money that way but then like among normal summary because i did. I've only endorsement deal that i had was i was with nike before that so that was the only one that i had and then once serie recognition bukoba they all over the place. You know what i mean so then looking live differently you know see was the best way for me to be in that. I want to achieve on the financial level after my career because at the end of the day you know y- you don't wanna be comfortable yourself. You wanna make everybody around you. The the kids to live fantasy grandkids the mom my mom you know my my brother. You know i i think because me and my brother we look after each other like retired. This summer is that we rethink like that. So oh yeah yeah. You've done a good job with a lot of people wait until it's too late to start even trying to learn about the financial side of the business side of things really important and also like if you do a business do a business at least like you passionate about. Don't go and do stuff that. You don't know anything about don't go and do stuff that you not passionate national about so for me like everybody when people talk to me about business like rather do something this evolved in sports or bro like sports or off aw broadcasting like you know like have a like. This is nice light. This is the stuff that i like because i did public relations so this <hes> <hes> this is what i used to do in school all the time yeah stuff like this so <hes>. This is nice like do stuff that really like intrigues me. Wear can brainstorm a little bit. I will not do stuff that all know anything about because when the imagine if you you you you you you end up in like some trouble there. Were you know what i'm saying. Why if you are in something that you're passionate about this easy to get out because because you find the solution you find a solution and osceola. No you know yourself a lot of at least getting this stuff tradition and get involved often then the problem yeah. That's a lot and see the law. The money should donald shopping stupid. They don't know shit about won't point is going to become too late in our shit. You look at your bank and you're just like what happened. What the fuck happened in that contract doesn't come and send their contract does a comb these new troop it yeah and then you and then if you if you have kids and the wife and then s rock bottom this sell the the house yeah yeah move finish living largest shit. You know what i mean <hes> some others. I wonder 'cause i obviously the m._l._s. i feel like m._l._s. has been getting better lately. I feel like a lot of great. You know <hes> european soccer players come over towards the end of the career <hes> <hes> java <hes> david beckham kaka <hes> kakissis you guys when you rooney our d._c. United now do you guys qatar. Are you guys gaining more respect molest. Oh i think i think what the emanate should do is dishes. Take salary cap away <hes> and yeah no really and then they'll really grow led. The big owners transferred people here. This should take the salary cap away. Another thing is like let the the teams teams get their own endorsement deals because all the molesters play in adidas. All of them is the same in the n._b._a. All of them is nike okay. You know what i'm saying. Let them get the old endorsement. Negoti owner doesn't let him like run their own money..
"m._l._s." Discussed on Casual Fridays REI
"Help. You get started man. It feels like it's been awhile thousands. We've been in a booth at feel like maybe it has at least on a sunday. I know sunday morning is that they used to be the day <hes> and then it wasn't today down and explain. Why don't i don't feel like you're trying to make me feel that. I have a drinking problem again. I didn't say that edna that wasn't the reason may be guilty conscience. No it's not a guilty conscience. It's the people who like i get the comments afterwards and they're like oh. Hey so you had one this weekend. Okay saturday. Saturday afternoon was mine and my wife's date day. Saturday is the day that i take off of everything so if you send me a property thirty friday night at nine o'clock. It's probably getting looked at till sunday afternoon. <hes> that's just my day. I didn't say i did not say anything own boss. I don't know i do what i want. I didn't say anything about drinking. You said that what set news the song. It's like just hit the number. One billboard chopped old town road. Oh yeah can't tell me nothing then yeah if i only know that song because if it's not on a country station i probably don't hear its place country to. I've never heard on the. I have heard it non-country station while not the one i'm listening to my kids. Love that song we yeah we we made up our own dance to it so you should disarm car trip back <hes> so from n._s. Honest to fort worth we played it on repeat working on her dance moves. My wife hated me for while i would've. I feel the heat right now in like we and i just made it even more so the kids could see amount back in my office. I'm driving and dancing looking at my wife making just meghan. She's just shaking. Her head is down and liver second to the kids. Wake up around n._s. Or something no no they were tired coming back. They did sleep <hes> but they slept until we can't remember if they would sleep two buddies or from buggies paddison bill so great great trip overall kind of got me interested in getting some arby's yeah i mean the numbers sold may when you were telling me about it yeah this guy and so the funny thing would be was you were sitting at dinner and may talking about it. She goes man. That wouldn't be bad idea. You know did she goes. Just how would we find. How do we find these properties and i just sat there and i looked at her and she's like what and i'm like what do you i think i do every day so and the cool thing is with some of the tools that we have access to especially data tree. I could circle. I want a house on the beach. I could circle just one block off the beach all the way down the coast and hit every one of those owners. I wanted multifamily owners bam. It could be in the mail tomorrow yeah yeah. That's homes are making so much money like every and be that you don't even i mean obviously we're investors. We don't want to pay full price yeah. You don't need to offer the eighty percent. What'd you guys make like five grand a week on airbnb. It's five rooms. We paid a thousand dollars on off days and he told me he was booked for four months. Solid did and yet three one bedroom or three bedrooms and two two bedroom. <hes> things in his house and house wasn't big. It was a like two blocks off the seawall in galveston <hes> he's he's in fort worth area in salt lake pump any questions like i'm like and you know we had a good conversation about. He's like yeah we do it remotely. I've got eleven properties down there. <hes> they just built another one that put a pool in and so he got he gets a little bit more money for that one <hes> but if you think a couple of hundred bucks a day and you got five of them so he's getting a thousand bucks a day. If everything's fully off this one house on the low side that's after cleaning fees and normally cleaning beezer passed through to you. Do you think there's a that the market can be saturated like if he's got eleven. You gotta love. Someone else. Got eleven like i mean obviously they're still renting. The hotels. Were booked like i. I was going to stay in a hotel. I i was just gonna use points. Stay in a hotel not have to worry about it and then all the hotels were booked and so then i go on airbnb in there was like five or six to choose from yeah i i thought about that too because i was like well how many airbnb and hotels can really be in one place but then i also heard a stat this maybe it goes hand in hand with like rentals or whatnot whatnot but short term rentals fact yesterday or statistic just yesterday for dallas fort worth or no. Maybe it was fourth. We need three hundred and thirty thousand thousand new homes just to keep up with demand over the next five to ten years so yeah i mean yeah i mean does does that if that has growing that fast and wouldn't wouldn't it to vacation spots within three and a half five hours. Yeah yeah yeah so. I don't know tom market right now. I i would look. I could probably go oh back over my facebook feed over the last two months and out of my twelve hundred people when i think algorithm. Let's me see a couple of hundred m <hes> i would be willing to bet that ten percent have went to some either destin gulf shores or galveston or poured a this summer and probably a little bit higher than that and i'd be willing to bet that the majority of them rented a airbnb review you like everybody. I've never rented one. I've done ended a few times and i it's. It's the difference between a hotel in it is you're usually checking in by yourself. You just go in code. Did you put in the room or that the house to get in there. It's i mean i spent a lot of time in hotels that the railroad so there'd be is kind of nice because it feels kind of like home saying the beds we stayed at dude. I hadn't slipped couldn't awhile like i need to up my mattress game. Oh really yeah. I fell into his deep slumber. That was <hes>. I had some weird dreams because i never like every two two hours. My room sleep was on like just going so. Let's talk about photos today. I'd say we're we may have to change the name of the show but no so i i had a conversation with a guy this week and it really struck a chord because we we talked about. I think we've talked about photos before but we haven't gotten super technical like the different different ways to get them the what you should look for them because there are some courses out there that teach just going still in stock photos off the internet. Put some text on them. Throw a map up there but arrow down and i think that's a good thing for a one to four thousand dollars property but what i'm saying that people were trying to scale guilder business which is what we want. We want you to get bigger better faster stronger make more money but if you're gonna make thirty or forty thousand dollars on a property and and you won't spend two hundred dollars on a video or pictures. Are you doing yourself a disservice. I think you are a i wanted to say i don't do you do think it's a good idea for the like. The random stocks one four thousand. I know there's a price point where paying two hundred three hundred doesn't work about a five hundred dollar property yourself fifteen hundred bucks. Two hundred bucks is a big hit out of that yeah. There's a cost of doing business yeah and it to me. The photo sills your property. It does the photo in the in your sails. Copy the story right yeah i. I don't like the idea of like taking someone else's photos right but i guess if they put it out there like are the ah photos on google. Earth are those copyright and i mean. Can you take those you you can do you know i don't know for sure <hes> trying to think what m._l._s. has an issue with. I and i can't remember offhand but like you have to prove that you own a picture so if you do a screen shot and it's and then you can make that work you can you can work around that. I know what i don't like is when people just use use google earth images screens from google earth. I hate that yeah. I don't care what the price point is like. I can't stay on that and get it on like a five hundred or property so like are my ebay business. We only buy properties that we distribute from. We street view it. We put the map up the street view and that's our pictures. I get that right because at least on the google street view it's a better than just some topa map from google earth or whatever so i i get that there's a price point. This doesn't work and you gotta get creative and make it work right what you're talking about out with more expensive properties though if you're using the old the the method your top the cheap way out and i guess that's kinda rude to say the cheap way but you're putting in some work in so you feel like you're doing something but if you could sell your property in two weeks with real photos on a real video and it costs you two hundred bucks more. Would you do it every time well i mean. There's no i mean it's just dumb to have an expensive property. Not you know if you spend ten thousand the property and you won't spend two hundred on photos even three or four hundred i mean i've spent four hundred before it's too. It's it seems like a no brainer so let's let's talk about the couple of different ways that you can get somebody out to your property. Get pictures. What's your favorite way well. I i guess it's always different ways so and cheaper properties want us to do those and actually got some somehow hate on this. When i started you can put an ad on craigslist and say hey and twenty five dollars a property. Try that not too long ago and tore up there like scholar cheap s._o._b. All that and i was like okay. I'll raise it to fifty. I still got feedback so i ended up. I think i ended up paying like seventy. Five hundred bucks a property but i'm thinking man people get people must just like figuring this out or something. I don't have so much luck with getting people on craigslist anymore. <hes> i found someone in nevada off of the facebook group right and then <hes> slow google and then donors i o dia de up so our goto is bet. Does this really well she. When she shopping photos and different areas she gets on like facebook group for buy sell trade for that area or that county. She'll face mma curtain county mccartan county buy sell trade or the the closest town by ciller trade puts an ad in and says hey fifty to seventy five bucks..
"m._l._s." Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Rapid's fans and welcome back to another episode of holding the highline with rabbi and read. My name is Matt Pollard. We're coming to you on the evening of Tuesday July thirtieth twenty nine thousand nine hundred the Melas all star. I guess the Skills Competition is currently taking place along with one of the democratic debates and the analysts all-star. I guess the homegrown game has just finished up as well a to draw and then the homegrown defeating the Cheetah's under twenty team and P._k.'s by a score of three to nothing nothing in P._k.. So I guess it's too parentheses to and then to parentheses three zero excuse me on the scoreline Sam Vines and Coal Bassett both with come on in the second half Sam Vines is the primary man marking on the plate at Leeds City Second Sheva skull but then Cole Basset in P._K.'s converts the winner winner to get the result on for the home runs Rabbi Marc Goodman. How're you doing tonight my friend? I'm good. I'm trying to try. Try Try video box this whole situation Russian which is insane. I got on the twitter feed. I'm watching the skills competition on my TV. I'm watching Bernie Sanders. Try to go head to head with John Delaney on Medicare and I'm looking at your beautiful face on lie on my skype screen. <hes> what's your Matt's wearing a white kit with with three black stripes over the shoulder. I can't see it any other than that this. What are you wearing that? I'm wearing my Fulham simmering kit. The the championship being shipped starts a little bit earlier in the year than the English premier league so full of moby starting this coming Saturday at eight A._M.. Mountain Standard Time they'll be playing at Barnsley mm-hmm so yeah English championship getting all set up what you know. You didn't know that mark you didn't know that I I've been to I've been to so many of your arsenal games this year and you don't care at all about my European seem at all so many so many I've been to you've been to one and you and you just a rub it in Matt. The Fulham was but they dropped down right. They were they were in the last year. Yes so we got relegated and so now we're in the championship and so who who who's WHO's starts the year in the WHO got promoted. It's Norwich City Sheffield United and Aston Villa Sheffield uh-huh united wow laid not wednesdays so why they have the swords. That's an interesting one yeah and <hes> Burnley stayed up and Wolf stayed up yeah and I'll stay up and and Villain Chester City stayed up and Villas Ella's finally back which you know. I don't know how I feel about that. 'cause they're Kinda hot trash but oh well. I hope I hope none of none of our three listeners villa fans are offended founded by the fact that you'll have been bad for about a decade but <hes> you know that's that's yeah that's. That's an exciting them as anything. It's you know it's it's. It's it's a good it's a good segue to kind of talking about. How would a weird year the soccer year is that like when you start m._l._S. in February it's freezing but you're super excited about the fact that like with the preseason and then with the beginning of the actual games in March arch? You're just absolutely overloaded with soccer like there's just a soccer game on every eight seconds of the day <hes> and then you between C._C.. L. And the Champions League like you're filling out the mid week as well. You potentially have something from Tuesday through Thursday as well and then June hits and it's like you know it's it's like a it's like a junkie whose whose freebasing four or five different drugs then suddenly it sounded like all right you just getting heroin now like you just get well calling calling him a lost last the black tar heroin is probably not a good way to do more like now just marijuana you can only smoke marijuana and then August comes. Stay on brand there mark I don't know Agra and in August comes in and let's let's end this metaphor and August comes in and in your back to like Oh my God. We're going to be absolutely inundated with so much sport. We can't even deal with it. I mean not only that but like when you when you have kids or when you coach it also means that you're going back into coaching at the same time too because the fall fall and spring seasons are when <hes> youth soccer comes into so like I actually have to work on a coaching badge you know get ready for the English season. Get ready for the Israeli season. You know keep an eye on the M._l._S.'s on. It's crazy in a good way. No I agree with you mark. I look at it a little bit differently friendly in that I think that there is a spring into early summer and a late fall into early winter sports equinoxes. They're Su- week went oxes so the first one I for me officially kicks off when March madness happens at that point analysts has already started their league as well along with you obviously have everything going on in Europe that still oh you know in the he still the play for even if you know there's a bunch of teams that no they're not gonNA get relegated and a bunch of teams that know that they're not going to win their respectively and that basically runs normally all the way through the end of the N._B._A.. Finals and the Stanley Cup finals that are usually into early June. We got an extra sweet one this year at least he's from a soccer standpoint for you and me that we got the Gold Cup and then obviously the women's World Cup that ran through July and now you know I'm looking at it. You know we're two days away from August guest and the Miami Hurricanes Mark Actually have the First College Football Game Day of the season this year. We're playing on August twenty fourth at Hat on Camping World Stadium where Orlando used to play it used to be the old Orlando Citrus Bowl and we're playing Florida the University of Florida in a neutral site game. That's really cool also then like that for me college football and that Labor Day weekend normally kicks things off and then you get really rolling once basketball and hockey restarting October and for me that goes basically all the way up through M._l._s. cop and you could even stretch it into Thanksgiving and then at that point it's bowl season and then you know it's just surviving the two months of M._l._S. offseason so yes. It's a wonderful sports sports thing. Let's close out this banner with Mark. I guess we acknowledge the existence of the homegrown game. Do we care at all about the All Star game you know Athletic Athletico Athletico Madrid coming in and all I guess you don't get embarrassed crappy. The other team from Madrid played against them a couple days ago. I think I think sports is real. Madrid joke fans France <unk>. I just ignored it completely not that I'm morale fan but <HES> I I like <hes> all all the All Star game. I think it's fun <hes> just seeing today. There was some clips at the media Kinda mean ingred handshaking. You know lots on Wayne Rooney rainy. Were really happy to see each other. They were joking about their good old man you days when they were also you know kind of it's a different situation than when they play each other as opponents in M._l._S. because they're on the same team you know the game doesn't actually mean anything to one of those great moments where everybody can kind relax and have fun <hes> I think that's great and I but I will say that I really love the existence of the skills competition because I just love love that I mean I think that <hes> those an actual ninety minute game of soccer <hes> between two teams in in the middle of an actual season is kind of ridiculous you know <hes> but to have the best of the best show up and trying curl a ridiculous forty yard shot <hes> to see if they can do it I mean I really enjoy that. That's way more so I just liked it. I liked to the all star weekend. I like all the kind of pageantry I like the concept of like a celebration of major league soccer do I need a ninety minute soccer game between a European team and the M._l._S. team no but I do like all the the bells and whistles that go around it yeah. No I hear you on that front mark. You know I'm someone who I I don't care for the All Star game as it currently is constructed but I'm not hating on it so for the people who want to enjoy by all means watch the skills competition maybe watching Cole Basson and Sam Vines earlier today as we were recording. Maybe you're super excited Athletico Madrid and if it's your European club that's it. Maybe it's a bigger deal to UNEO mark. Maybe you were way more excited for the All Star game was in San Jose where I think arsenal played the all stars Czars might be Miss Remembering it or anything but if it's your team that's involved with that then that's just you know that's like the soccer super bowl for you personally depending depending on your European allegiant and then which one of your M._l._S. teams you know. Maybe they have a representative playing in that game for example so I mean if you're a D. C. United Fan who's also also and Athletico Madrid Fan Orlando City Fan who's also Athletico Madrid Fan. I could see how you're super excited for this week and I have nothing against you being excited for the sake of maybe be getting things a little bit. More interesting on a continental front is we're kind of seeing what the League's Cup now. I'd be a little bit more interested in seeing make a maybe a League team in their club America. I would do fantastic from a sponsorship and marketing sandpoint and that'd be Super Fun. I think it'd be really cool to see some of these players and teams. Who Have we've seen familiarity? They've grown in familiarity through C._C.. L. Have them play in other formats. You know whether that's club America coming and say there you twenties plays at the home grounds and then the senior team plays the M._l._s. all sorts and then having those players involved in skills competitions when they played a Michael Bradley or Joseph Martinez or somebody else in years prior. I think that would be cool. That's maybe my only complaint on the structure is it's a little bit hokey. It's not supposed to be taken seriously but it's bureau fron and if that means Kobe acid is banging in spots from the P._k.. And Wayne Rooney's not making somebody slots on doing a full dribble with nobody marking on him tomorrow. I'm fine with it. Yeah I just wanted to add that right now. The skills competitions introducing all the fun celebrities that are sitting pitchside watching it so <hes> it's Kokos aw Alex Morgan <hes> like two chains and dual Sta Bil side. I don't know if you follow this but he's the he's a feat of the video Gamer who's been at the Fiba World Cup representing molasses because he is their best but like I could be wrong about to Jane's I'll just kind of catching it off Zaire but these are the kind of random folks that show up at these kinds of things like that that kind of celebrity pageantry ridiculousness. I'm all in for that what kind of the Chad Johnson Ocho Cinco himself okay there you go mark Ocho Cinco supposedly really good at Fiba by the way <hes> he apparently takes people on all all the time and just absolutely beast like he's the Kinda Dude who will tweet at you. Show up at your house in our later with a bag of pringles and then kick your butt ten to nothing uh and then roll out like that just amazing. I love it. I did not know that that is not something I would have expected at all be master alrighty then okay okay speaking of things that we're also kind of surprised and a little bit unpleasant mark this past Saturday advice medium the Colorado rapids were victorious. They lost to the San Jose earthquakes earthquakes who are on an absolute role. The final score was three to one not eighty seconds into the game lawless. Abu Bakar Boubacar commits an own-goal go on a nice little play with Tommy Thompson connecting to Christian Espinosa. They try to find Chris Wanda <unk> backpost doing his Lurgi Wando Poacher. Stop Lawless Abu Bakar tries to prevent that easy tap-in and accidentally puts it into his own net. You'd a couple good counter-attack opportunities for the kids in the first half Sam Nicholson thing with a nice round and then Daniel vague I believe is the goalkeeper for San Jose earthquakes absolutely stone cold stops Dago Rubio when he and Chi Kamara had a nice combination on their Vasco dancing around thirty four th minute often ice pass from Nick Lima gets around Keegan Rosen Barry creates a space where so he can shoot between the two centrebacks scores to make it two nil. It's soon L. at halftime mark. Did you see the banter that kyw Kamara had in the first half. No what did he go so Kai Kamara fouls. I believe Nick Lima in the twenty four. Th Minute is given a yellow card looked a little bit soft off to me. I believe it was KYW's first foul in the game it might have been the actual first foul of the game and somebody picked up a video of Chi Chi having having some banter with Baldomero Toledo and based on the audio and lip reading. It was something to the effect of you looking at me like you do your job. You guys are the worst I don't know if he was saying Matt <unk> at Toledo or the fourth official because it was right next to the center way line so maybe I'm not sure who that was pointed up but doing usual banter stuff and then get subbed off in the second can half Shea Salinas scores off the bench in the eighty third minute with a fantastic run completely up the sideline and then cuts completely inside doing a number on key and Rosen Berry and then burying it in the bottom corner and then Diego Rubio effectively in garbage time in the eighty eighth minute off of a pass from Jonathan Lewis and that shot deflected goes was over everybody's head and find this way in.
"m._l._s." Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"That until we get to the point where either Emma's players are more M._l._S. is the league is becoming a feed early to those main the big four in Europe. I don't think we're going to see a bump and really I think it's going to take quality players at that level either on competing with to wear their as good as they are in a primarily or other players coming over here. It's no doubt that David Beckham showed up in M._l._S. and immediately they got a bump for Euro snobs in America and obviously the actual euro snobs in place. There's no doubt in my mind that English supporters either in the United States or somewhere in the British isles turn an eye towards M._l._S. When Rain Rooney started with DC united and obviously has been playing very well sense then. I don't have have a good sense we don't have a lot of data to support for or against the concept that you know if the rapids play our snow this year and then they play Chelsea next year and just you know what are the four biggest European clubs that are supported at the bulldog individuals individuals supporters groups local pub relationships for Individual Watch parties that that necessarily is going to convert a euro snob who's never set foot at Dick's into being a rapid san or at the very least paying attention a little bit more works M._l._S.. I think that's the great experiment and I think we're learning about that and we're going to get more information as we get more data points and that data becomes available at least internally to analysts are internally to the rapid just as much as you know now we know Dick's was built in two thousand thousand seven and in a little over a decade since then we have a way better understanding of how to build a Class Act Soccer Civic Stadium Habit change a club to where now Dixon L. honesty is a little bit outdated compared to what Elliott has what all the field L. hasn't. I think the events like what happened on Monday our data point that's going to be a learning point for the League teams to do those better in the same way that some of the more suburban appealing to the soccer family soccer specific stadiums emsworth data point upon which now F._C._C. Stadium and a couple of years. It's going to be off the hook yeah I mean I think it's an interesting. Take I agree with ninety percent of what you said is. It's a it's a good question as whether those people can ever be converted I I have friends. I know people who are have had conversations of folks who are they just fundamentally. Believe that anything below English premier league soccer or maybe Spain is just unwatchable just unacceptably not good enough for them and they only want to watch the best end. They're spoiled by it which blows me away because you know you. It's it's like like saying I will only eat filet Mignon. I will never ever touch a hamburger. You know God forbid I ever eat a cut of beef. That doesn't cost at least thirty five dollars a pound. It's an for me. That's insane gene principle that like the only time I ever imbibe alcohol. It's a Veuve clicquot or <unk> clicquot or or Dom perignon like needs got the best or it's rubbish like to go. All British Sean US yeah no funneling. Don't believe it but obviously I feel that way because a I support major league soccer but be I coach have coached you eight soccer like of course. I think you know that football. All is fun and worth watching and decent footballers fun and worth watching and good football's worth fun is fun and worth watching an exceptional football is fun and worth watching yeah. No I agree with you mark. I think there's a certain percentage of that group that M._l._S. buses Never GonNa win over in order for emily to do that. M._l._S. needs to supersede the primarily like these are the same people who if they watch American sports for example the only college basketball they watches Duke or North Carolina or they only watch Ohio state eight or Alabama football or you know they're only paying attention really to the N._B._A.. Finals and maybe a couple of those marquee match ups that you get on Tuesday through Thursday night and you know half of those were the Lakers this year when the Lakers were absolutely garbage and God forbid we have to watch the Denver Nuggets because the Denver Nuggets aren't the Golden State Warriors so those people I don't you can win over. I think the American based fans or I would say natural American citizens or who grew up in the U._S.. who discovered soccer through fee faux or through? You're watching you know N._B._C.. Primarily Sunday and Saturday mornings I think those people they can appeal to if they show the quality or some emotional connection to the local geography or just try to entice them in some other way in order for that to happen. There has to be that got initial. Let's actually watch a game and see something and it could be something as simple as watching a single play just as it was with you mark seeing Lee Win with a nice little jubilee moment with the New England revolution that was the way to to you hooked. I mean it's in the bio section for the articles. I put up on last forward. I see it every single week so those moments have to happen but you don't have those moments if you don't get those people in the front door and if the only way to get them in the front door is to say hey you're an arsenal fan. Arsenal is playing for the first time ever in Colorado and they might not be back here for another ten years. You need to go to the game. Even though tickets are one hundred twenty bucks. That's the way to start how you actually connect all those dots all the way to somebody buying a scarf getting a season ticket package watching these games regularly on E._S._p._N.. Plus is still still something that I think individual teams in markets and the League is a whole is figuring out but this is another data point hopefully that leads to iterative learning to where the next friendly that the rapids have is miles better than the Boca junior friendly of yesteryear the let's send this podcast straight on garber and ask him to employ both of us as the heads of strategic marketing for major league soccer not because we said anything brilliant but because we had a few thoughts and clearly were at least as qualified qualified as the folks in New York at M._l._S. soccer dot com headquarters moving onto things that are actually relevant mark listeners this past Saturday at Providence Park the newly renovated Providence Park the Colorado rapids played the Portland Portland Timbers two eight two to draw some interesting lineup changes for the rapids Jack Price Not available again for this game with a foot injury and obviously Kellyn Acosta injured as well so you have the same back for Tim Howard and goal but then it was Danny Wilson and coal whole Bassett in the devil pivot and then you had Jonathan Lewis back for the first time with the Burgundy Boys left-winger standpoint and then you also had a at least the big highlight for me even before he came into the game and ultimately got the appoint for the Rapid Sam Nicholson on the bench and then relieving Andre Shinya Sheikhi a very back and forth affair mark one with lots of great moments for both teams and one with lots of bad moments for both teams opening twenty minutes a little bit cagey a lot of possession in for the Portland Timbers but nothing in the way of clear-cut chances until the twenty seventh minute when Tommy Smith let's in possibly the own goal of the season at least the own goal of the year for the rapids with a thumping header. If he had scored this on the timbers we'd be talking about it as goal the week and one of the highlight reel opera -tunities for the rapids for the season just a mistimed header and lawless Abu Bakar was right there and maybe it was a miscommunication Tommy Smith thumps it into the side-netting and then falls to the ground immediately realize oh crap. I did a bad thing one minute later Jonathan Lewis scores off of kyw Kamara whipping pass and then getting the ball into a good position with numbers Jonathan Lewis takes advantage of an errand clear clearance on a header by a center back from the Portland Timbers not a whole lot in the second half but I think overall the rapids lucky to be at one one but also a little bit unfortunate. You had a couple of good opportunities especially. I want to say it was the thirty four th minute. When you had Andre Shinya cheeky you know effectively on a one timer? Jonathan Lewis that Steve Clarke saves and then there's a follow up header on that play from kyw Kamara. Kamara had a brace in the first half mark then it was a p._k.. Opportunity for Diego Valeri in the sixty third minute off of a handed unnatural proposition from Abu Bakar who's battling with someone that was after a fifty five minute red card to Julio Coskun say for a scissors tackle definitely violent conduct on kyw Kamara Mar lucky to not be injured in that one at that point the rapids up a man but also down a goal similar situation against the Portland Timbers but no snow in this one and then substitute Sam Nicholson comes in great diagonal ball by Danny Wilson Nicholson dribbles with it gets around his defender cuts inside and then an absolute laser sir on the foot in the seventy six minute. The rapids had the better the play in the final fifteen for me mark but ultimately weren't able to get something I think fairly but chaotically to draw Mark Goodman. What was your good thing from this game against the Portland Timbers? Wow I just really liked a there are a lot of things I like about this game. I like I mentioned that when Portland played L. A._F._C.. They Kinda went toe to toe. I thought that the rapids except for some shaking in the first fifteen minutes also went toe to toe that it was a very even game <hes> they did not kind of do the bunker encounter as much although they did to some degree seed possession to Portland Orland which is natural to the team that is at home <hes>. I thought Sam Vines played very well at left-back I think he is coming into his own becoming comfortable. <hes> there was a <hes> just a a that first goal was just beautifully worked and really well done very quick very <hes> it was like you put players Rondo or five e to <hes> and just said do who's at move it down the field and I really enjoyed that <hes> and then there's one last thing that I really WanNa highlight. Maybe I'm stealing away from my big thing. which I don't really know is going to be at this point <hes> but I thought there was a tactical adaptation that I'm not sure anybody else outside spoken to or heard from mentioned which is that Connor Casey put the team in effectively a four one four one <hes> formation and they he put a Danny Wilson Jason Between the lines as that loan defensive midfielder which basically meant that if a Portland player wandered into that space between the lines where a lot of soccer players especially attacking soccer players are very dangerous <hes> Wilson picked them up and neutralize them so that meant that Sebastian Blanco or Brand Fernandez or anybody who kind of wanted a like the Valeri ended at zone <hes> <hes> got picked up a neutralized? I felt like a this was Connor Casey and his team of coaches watching a lot of film between matches in the last passed in the past week and saying you know our regular other setup isn't GonNa work here. The way to neutralizes teams do this and I thought that the ability to be flexible and adapts tactically to the opponent was hardening was exciting. It didn't exactly work of course because we didn't emerged with a win but to be frank and maybe a little bit tough. I don't think Anthony Hudson would've ever done that. I don't think <hes> Anthony Hudson believed in adjusting tactics for the opposing team came to the degree that Connor Casey displayed he that you should in this game <hes> and I thought all those things were good things. Honestly I walk away from this game thinking that a Portland is basically after having seen how Portland played against L. A._F._C.. In the open cup feeling like <hes> Portland is a very good team. The rapids went toe to toe with them and played very well against them and I thought it was harboring all around Matt. What are your thoughts? That's on this match. Your your good things <hes> yeah I wanNA start with the wing. Play that something that I've been hyping up really sense Connor Casey took over you know Jonathan Lewis back for his first match starting since the Gold Cup call up and didn't really they get a lot of opportunities but also didn't really miss a beat other than not playing the full ninety minutes. I was overall impressed with him or did he get subbed out..
"m._l._s." Discussed on ESPN FC
"Different nature but social circuses so somebody somebody raising an issue about something that they care about is the circus to Mickey again. If you don't like it ignore it because the control button there was plenty other football to watch and also you can just watch the women's game like you said. Did you did and then turn it off at the end. You don't have to listen to anything J._D.. People ramming the stone your throat rubbish absolute rubbish and also to about them not having the data themselves. I don't know I just like. I just think that that's just is wrong. It's as common you're right it. Doesn't it doesn't affect the game. You're enjoying the game. Nobody said it would but like it's just I don't know I just Kinda think even if the U._S. weren't playing in it I don't care who it is. It's it's a World Cup final and if it's if there's proof that fee is taking the sport <unk> seriously as we think they should than this game should have a day to itself course but they're not taking it that seriously and we found at least not yet but I really think he individuals federal federate federations like Concacaf on on on that come on yeah. What were they ought to blake this from Madison Wisconsin? I'm a longtime fan. I'm looking to get into M._l._S.'s and for the first time although the prospect of being Chicago Sports Fan Burns me to the core. I'm hoping you can help me choose between Chicago Fire Minnesota F._C.. I'm looking to get into M._l._S.'s and for the first time although the prospect of being Chicago Sports Fan Burns me to the core. I'm hoping you can help me choose between Chicago Fire Minnesota F._C.. MINNESOTA UNITED F C he put Minnesota U._F._C. Hose confused karn Tab physician isn't paramount who has the better
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