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"sounders" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Close against Stevie. And now, finally, Major League Soccer had a favorite matchup. Seattle Sanders was probably the best team to represent MLS. Boomers, it's not even close to being the best team representing Liam. So if anything, this was expected, Seattle sounders was supposed to win the trophy, and they did it. Does this mean that Major League Soccer is now a better legal nigga Mickey's? No. Does this mean that now every single year, every MLS theme is going to be more competitive and maybe being favorite? No. Again, it's great to have another team like the sounders winning. But it's not as big as you guys make it sound. I'm sorry to be that guy. Really sorry to that point. You guys, this is a news to me. All right, so by itself, by itself, it doesn't mean too much because I'm sad. Mao's right. If I had to pick a representative for MLS today of the best representative of Major League Soccer, team, fan base players, record, you know, finals. Well, I think it being big game, et cetera, et cetera I would probably pick the Seattle sounders. They would be up there. That would probably be my representative for Major League Soccer. If I had to pick a representative for league I make these, pumas would be mid table to lower on the lower end of that screen. So how many teams? Would have beat the sounders team then? Well, how many name them? Let me name them. Let me get into. Let me get into it. If you give the guy right there, don't several there. Don't give the guy several. By itself, it doesn't mean anything. Here's where it does mean something, okay? This is where you too can now start taking notes because I know how you are with your pro, I want to go against Major League Soccer ways. And I'm not even a pro majorly chocolate, which give me all irked up. Okay? You lost that, okay? Nations League. You lost that as well. The gold cup, you lost that to a C team. World Cup qualifiers to the U.S. and Canada. You didn't win any of those games, okay? And what do we got to do now? Now here we are, a concave Champions League, and this happens. So by itself, it doesn't mean anything. When you contextualize everything as a whole, of course it means something, you're starting to see a change to shift in how things are happening and how things are being perceived and the results. Go ahead Mao. The best way I have to something up is hearing your great interview when Stefan Frey, when he says, this is both a great achievement for Seattle sounders, but also a great achievement for Major League Soccer. If pumas had won the trophy, he would have only been celebrated by pumas fan. No other fan base in Liga MX. I don't even think they watched the game. I don't even think the game posted a good numbers on TV because only puma fans were watching. That's so different thing is Liga and Mackie's was actually guys getting tired of winning every single year. That's why he was much more important for MLS to finally win it than for ligament he's just doing it. One more time. Do you like her anyways? I don't care that she dumped me. I don't like her anyways. Amazing stuff there. Yeah, a couple years ago, you never would have never would have thought it. All right, so listen, Andres levina had some very interesting comments after the game. Obviously heartbreaking disappointment doesn't get the trophy he wants. We're gonna break down what he said, but first we gotta listen. I'll blend it. And then it was a commercial. If we don't win, we go, is Andres leni saying, he's on his way out of pumas Mao. He's negotiating. He's a smart guy. He wants, he's negotiating his deal as we speak, and he was double his salaries right now. And pumas is not even close to offering that. If he's no longer a pumas manager.
"sounders" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Your left back. Then you have jaw Paulo, who goes down and goes down in a way that really could have sucked the energy right out of Seattle. It's one of those injuries, no contact. It's on that stupid turf, and that really could have taken something out of that team. And actually, I thought, did grab a hold of that first half for a second. If I was a sounders fan right around that 30, 35 minute, I might have been a little bit worried. But then they do what great teams do and maybe you say pumas also does what teams that don't win trophies do. They get a goal right before the half. And for me, that changed everything to your point about the big names. Remember after the first like her, got kind of criticized. I said, I didn't really think the stars for Seattle played that well and say oh, played that well. There were moments for lode of the penalty, whatever. Boy, the stars were so good and there is no better example of that than the second goal. It's literally all of Seattle's stars, right? It starts. I think with root snack, then it goes Christian roll down, then it goes Alex hold on, up the wing divorce, Morris across for loreto loreto de ruy Diaz, I mean, that's the guys that you need it and they made the play to clinch this thing. There was a lot that went right there for sure. I will also add Stephan fry, even the clay that was called off sides. That wasn't an official shot. The fact that he put that out gave everybody such a confidence in it. Next man up mentality. You hear this so much from the Seattle sounders. They invented this phrase that Major League Soccer like they invented a lot of things in Major League Soccer. But it really was the case. I mean, I've been on television at the port. This all day and never once, if I heard anything about the two players from Seattle Sanders going down, the importance of know who told her on the left hand side, and a player playing at a position in Keller wrote coming on as his backup. And then obey Vargas is a 16 year old player. I've heard at nauseam at Nazi about look at boomer's bench. Look at all these kids at nauseum. There was a 16 year old, the only 16 year old, the only teenager on that field was a bit of a dis. So it goes to show this next man up mentality by sounders. Yeah, next man up, and I'm sure a lot of that, of course, has to do with the manager as well. Brian Schmidt, but since you mentioned Stephen Fry, boy, he didn't just hang some team banners.
"sounders" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Wow, even including yourself, okay? That's pretty high praise there. From Hercules, Gomez. Look, there was a lot of good in that victory last night for Seattle. But what was the key to them finally getting over the hump here? Yeah, it's continuing that great home form. You know, especially because pumas was so poor away from them away from saying, oh, and so poor that between club play and league and in this context champions competition, they'd only won two games. Two games all year and let's get it. Not very good. It's not very good. So if they couldn't get it done and say, oh, you knew the sounders had to get it done in lumen field. But they had to be. And that means being clinical and Spanish is a contender. Well, in the final third against Leon, New York, they weren't at home. And I know that sounds very crazy to think of against Leon. It was a three zero scoreline. It could have easily been 7 against New York City, the same. They had to be clinical, and they were. It was a very tight, a very tense game, and then that goal, maybe a little circumstantial, but it went in, they were clinical, and then after that, the timely moments when they needed to get it done, it was lode. And it was Jordan Morris. There were clinical at the right moments. They proved how talented they were in the right moments. You talk about that champagne football hook like there was definitely moments of beauty last night. But if you look at that final score and you see three zero, that game was not that easy for the Seattle sounders. I think there's something about their mentality. I don't know, maybe you disagree. I saw a first half, especially knew who.
"sounders" Discussed on ExtraTime
"One. And that's a testament to the sounders the way they've played. Yeah, any final thoughts from you, Dave? No, I would say thank you to the city of Seattle. This has been for us. I think we've been grinding all day. This has been special just everyone who came out last night to hang out with us and how much it means to them and you said how friendly they are and how engaged everyone is and to the city, you know, flags everywhere and caring and cliches in my sound. Hannah, 'cause I wanted this sport to be great. And I wanted this league to be great. I wanted moments like this and they had the vision and the foresight to build this and create this and do this and so I'm thankful for what we've seen. Incredible team, incredible time. I don't know, can they win a quadruple? Are they a dynasty? Are they a tiny? I didn't know if you would get there. I don't know if you would get there. Dunk it on me about dynasties. Cars talking about rebuilds and they're back to back MLS cups while rebuilding. And they're winning MLS cup. And they're an elite skirt final. You gotta be kidding me with this scene. It's been awesome to see. So now it's time to see I said it, coming off the Monday show to see Christian and Jordan develop as people. So just talk with Christian and it's a whole different person and he understands the moment he carries this team. It's just been cool all together. And you said history, like, I've been waiting 15 years to see this happen. It's never happened before and it's hurt when it hasn't happened. Galaxy, D.C. United, they have been caught in a champions. They were Cornell champions in a different era with a different competition, a different challenge. This Seattle Sanders team goes down in history. This Seattle sounders team will always be the first and I'm willing to bet that you will never hear the end. Of them being the first exactly. This is for everybody who watched group stage games in the middle of the night on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursday nights who suffered through the losses who felt like I hit in the back of the head with a two by four and stoppage time, so many times. It would be in Mexico or against Costa Rican teams against Panamanian teams. I guess it seems from all over this region that deserve our respect and make it so rich. This is for this is for the Seattle sounders. This is for their fans. The coaches, the staff, everybody who's been a part of this. This is for you.
"sounders" Discussed on ExtraTime
"It was a wild about two minutes of trying to get warmed up, making sure, okay, am I going in am I not? It's the biggest stage, you know, for this for us right now, so it's like, all right, go in there and make a few simple passes and then get up to the game speed and ended up playing like 80 minutes. So we saw when Xiao Paolo went down, Christian sort of gather everyone around. What was said on the field. It was like, I hope I will be okay, but if he's not, guys, we got to gather around. We got to do this together, right? It's one of our major players shall follow. He's the one that runs our midfield for us. And so we got to make sure that this is going to be a collective group now, and it's not going to be just gel. So we got to make sure that we come out together. What's the moment from tonight that's going to stick with you? Every goal, every goal in that final moment and then I'll see in my family. But I mean, I'll tell you right now every goal meant so much to this team. You can see everyone's face. You can see all the emotion and the bench and the stance in the field. This is an incredible team, an incredible moment. We deserve everything we just got. We're gonna add a little top to the tattoo. We're gonna add a lot. Congratulations, man. Thank you back to you guys. Raoul ruddy has on the cardboard stand. Two goals tonight, the assassin, the man who was signed for moments like this, kaylin. Garth loger way in front of us. A young lager way on his shoulders. This is the culmination of a journey that he started many, many years ago that he almost made history with RSL. At this very stage, Tutu and the first for that team, they couldn't get it done. I guess an incredible Monterey team in the second leg. Now we're here. You couldn't comment could fall from this guy a piano could fall on me right now and you couldn't get the smile off of my face. Let's get the Garth lager away in here. Garth, just take this. I don't want to. No, no. We just talked, I was just saying. Full circle, man. You've started you were the first one here as far as GM's building teams that could almost get the job done almost as over. What do you feel? And mortality. Mortality. You get in sports for stop the people can never take away. This will be written down. You can't, it'll be there forever. Hopefully it's the first of many. You know, we talked about a couple days ago. We stacked semifinals since the league, then we stack finalists. Now we broke through. And this is such an exciting time for American soccer. We got the best talented most talented generation going to the World Cup and we are now pushing through. We got the best sounders team of all time and MLS is a league member. We're getting ready to take on Liga max in a big way. Leaks come coming up. It's so fun. Those are really Salt Lake teams, you know, terrible to play against, incredible to watch. You guys got so much. Did you guys always beat us? I mean, every time. You couldn't even let us win one. You guys got so close though. I think to finally see an MLS team and to be a part of that after everything when we've been so close as a league. And to be the first and for it to be here in Seattle, what does it mean to you? It's incredibly special. Because to go back to 2009, I mean, Salt Lake won their first title on this field. So this is the, you know, and we won in 19 and now to win here. They're continental championship in 22. For me personally, I mean, it's overwhelming. Honestly, I mean, I didn't know if I would ever get back to a continental final and I'm seeing something about me. It's everybody here and it's credit to the ownership and all of the guys that have worked so hard to put this together and credit to our players. I mean, these guys just persevered. They never gave up, they pulled two back on the road to give us a chance and, you know, you kind of felt it was coming tonight. They got a little tired. I thought pumas did and, you know, what a second goal. I mean, you saw our quality right now. The calmness, the ability from all those guys to take advantage of a particular moment. But it was nervous for a while, man. Like, of course, how are you? The depth of testing as well too. Yeah, yeah. It felt like man. I mean, we put a 16 year old in for everybody who says, oh, you know, you can't win with teenagers in the young players and stuff. You know, we just had a 16 year old girl what 75 minutes tonight and, you know, win a title. What a continental title. So we're just so excited about those kids coming through. We honored our U 17 team for winning the GA cup again. At halftime, special moment for those kids, and we wanted to make a franchise that could hit on all levels. And I think we're doing that. And I think it's something that can hopefully be followed and we can make the league better because that's what we all want. This is a good if you look at this over two legs. This is an incredibly competitive series. This is going to grow the sport in North America. Yeah, there's another level. And you just qualified for it. Love World Cup. I've avoided talking about it. I've avoided dreaming thinking about it wondering who it might be. We saw wild game today. We know that Liverpool Real Madrid will be there. The Seattle sounders will definitely be there. What does that mean? We're going to play against Liverpool, a reality in a real game. Like for a trophy. I mean, kalen, did you ever think of that when you were playing in league? I mean, this ain't no summer friendly. No. No, I mean, look, I mean, unfortunately, JP might be hurt pretty bad and hopefully we can get him back for a Club World Cup, but this is literally, I feel like a little kid. I mean, this is the stuff you dream of. In terms of the sounders as a club, I think we're become a global club now. I mean, I got to think my phone's going to start ringing once the people start seeing what our fan base is building. They turn their flashlights on for the last 5 minutes here in LA. I mean, it's as good a soccer environment as there is anywhere in the world. It is. And this is a pretty special place. Did you when you signed Nikola jero or Raoul or any of these other guys JP? How much of a cell was this moment? You know, MLS cups, we know you're gonna chase those, but this particular competition. It seemed like I was here as Nico celebrated this goal. I mean, the emotions flowing through him, knowing what he went through in the off season in the last season. It gives you, it's incredibly special to see. It is, man. And Nikola dro man in the greatest sounder of all time. Hands down. Put it down. That's three titles in 6 years. I mean, in that little title. Big, big time, MLS cup, champion. I will smack of a player. Jordan Morris is Christian Rolf Dan. How about stuff fry? I mean, rightfully, the goalkeeper of the tournament. I mean, he was kissing up, man, and whereas, you know, as we've talked about, man, in 2011, it was a moonshot. Here, we were in a better team. We were in a better team in every round we played over the majority of sitting out for all of it, not saying we were dominant, but what do we wind up? Plus 13 over 8 games and never lost. I mean, there ain't been. No. I love yesterday yesterday Monday. It feels like yesterday it's also too whirlwind. French meds are we asked them basically from an MLS perspective because we sit here and think about it in a big term. What does it mean for MLS? He didn't answer that question. He talked about every single person within this organization that contributed to it. But now there are 27 other and more coming MLS teams at home thinking, oh, hell no. I don't want to, I want to be them. I want to be in the confetti shower. I want to be doing confetti angels. I want to be immortal. So to speak, what should the rest of the league be thinking learning doing to try to knock you guys off the perch that you're on right now? Max off the purchase because, you know, they still got a foothold. What I would say is, yes, we can. Yes, we can. Just there's nothing, look, we're a good team. We spent a long time building this thing, but there's a lot of good teams in this league. New York City is a great team. LAFC is coming out of the gay straight team. You know, New England had 73 points last year..
"sounders" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"sounders" Discussed on ESPN FC
"A huge praca, so because of on paper right now, they are and they shouldn't be scared to say it overwhelming favorites. This week, I'm sorry. Pachuca. Whoever they play against this week and it's a must win game for them. It's a must win game. For pumas. If they have any hope of going on to the next round, going on to that play in game, okay? This team right now is so thin and the sounders are so stacked so good. On paper. It blows out the Montreal. It blows out the Salt Lake, it blows out the Toronto matchups. It would be a huge fracasso for the Seattle sounders if they don't win at home. And a missed opportunity. Because you know, you know as much as everybody else around MLS may not want to see the Seattle sounders be the first team from MLS to win the Concacaf Champions League. The folks in Seattle, they want it real bad. And here's the reality. Sometimes soon, whether it's this year or not, an MLS team is going to break through. And this is as good a chance as, yeah, I'm a less a sad, but it's as good a chance, hurt, because the Seattle sounders are likely to have in the next couple of years as well. You're not going to probably run into a weak pumas or a team this week in another final. If you are Seattle, even if you are lucky enough to get back and as good as Seattle is, it's not like they make the Concacaf Champions League Final every year. So this is a unique opportunity you know to be a huge failure if they can't make it and I'm with you on the state of pumas. There's not just a pachuca match this weekend, which yes, that is who they're playing. And they do have to spread their limited resources as you say, awfully thin because they need something out of that match if they're going to make it into La Liga. Probably, maybe they can get Y with a draw or maybe a defeat and get through. But probably need something from that match. The alarm also injury as well as a big one. And maybe there's some like psychological letdown too, right? Imagine if they were to not just have blown it in the first leg, but also lose to pachuca on the weekend. You're basically looking at like the worst week in pumas history if you don't get it done against Seattle so I could see a lot of pressure right there. Real quick, give me a percentage. Percentage chance to win. To win. 40. Wow, really? Yeah, 'cause I thought you just set Seattle were huge favorites. 40% gives us way too much. But because of what I know from this puma's team, when they're the underdogs, when they perform the best, I actually think they perform better in that role. So yeah, I'll give them more than a fighter's chance on this one. All right, second leg, then next Wednesday at.
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"Right now it came out. It came out even where it was one on one. Let's not let it be something where one gets one over the other in Seattle. And I don't think he's wrong about that. Everything I've seen Andres in the lini leads me to believe he's at a well educated man, he's a gentleman, and he's a very good coach. I only happens to respect the Seattle sounders a lot. I saw a postgame interview with him where he's on another network and these guys who know very little about Major League Soccer are trying to badmouth the defensive line of Seattle sounders, these typical stereotypes that they're throwing his way and he's like, no, no, no, no. This is a very good team. These are very good players. I know them from here. He dissected and analyzed the Seattle sounders and gave them their respect. He knows what he's going up against. I see where you're coming from, but I think you may be reading a little bit too much into this. I'm known to do that from time to time. I didn't hear Brian Schmidt are saying as much about the officials after last night's game. Though I did, he did acknowledge it was a crazy match it would take quite some time to unpack that. By the way, the first CCL final with VAR and in the first leg alone, herc, we have three penalties. So I think we have a lot to look forward to in the future. So here's where we at. Seattle, going home, two two into the second leg. I mean, you basically at this point, you got one hand on that trophy. So if we think that is it, from here on out, if the sounders don't win the Concacaf Champions League. Huge fracasso. The biggest for a castle in Major League Soccer's history in this competition. Because of who the Seattle sounders are and who pumas are in this moment. Pumas was already limping into this game. Juan linna was on one leg score two goals. Yes, Alan Mosul was a leading assist man, was there the heartbeat of that team down on the right hand side, the guy who kind of made them tick. He's out. His season may be in doubt. That freak accident that happened. So he may be gone. This is a team that's already thin. Going up against the bar of Major League Soccer, easily the best team in the last decade. You want to talk about finals, you want to talk about winning consistently one of our culture, you want to talk about ownership, you want to talk about actual team, spending the right way, doing the right things, fan environment, whether we're going to be playing. They're going to be playing in a stadium that's going to have north of 50,000 fans in March on lynch. Marshawn Lynch, one of them. This would be.
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"Especially without a wiggles. So for me, what I'm looking for is the intensity, the fight, and the spirit from Seattle at the start. And it's not always been there in finals for them. 2016, they don't get a shot on goal. Fine. Tough weather, injuries, 2017, they get played off the field immediately. 2019, that's been the best final we've seen them play. And obviously it was at home, which bodes well for what we're going to see next week. And then 2020, they get blown off the field. And I thought this was a slow start from them again. So my hope is the slow start is all of game one. And that game too, they are ready to play because you've got your crowd. You've got your atmosphere. You've got your home environment, make pumas believe that they have no chance in this game. And that has been the story for MLS teams is we've overthought it. Coming out yesterday now. And I'm honest team has never lost in Mexico in a CCL final. And yet an MLS team has never won the CCL final. It's too much of how can we do it? What do we manage? What are our pieces? Go out and score goals and just put them to the store. So we've overthought it as opposed to just and maybe that's part of this competition is that that little brother mindset of like, oh, how do we get over the hump of Liga max? And when you say get over the hump, you're saying illegal max is above us, that they are superior, and that's been the case in this tournament. We know that, but how do you, how can the sounders channel the side of it are just like, we're the better team, let's do what the better team does. Now, I do remember that Montreal final and it goes back to what you're saying about managing the game. Montreal actually came out and led. Like Montreal was in a position to win the difference was that America team felt inevitable. This pumas team doesn't feel nearly so inevitable. Also that Montreal team could not dominate possession. That wasn't who they were. And so they were always going to see the ball to America. And they did, and it was just about hanging on, which they did down in Mexico. They couldn't once they came home. That should be different about Seattle. Maybe it's not their best attribute, but Charlie mentioned it. I mean, Ruth snack São Paulo and Nikola Darrow. Christian roldan on the wing Alex rolls on, who's starting in World Cup qualifying in Concacaf at center made playing right back. You should dominate the ball. You should dominate the pace of this game. Should dominate the intensity, and I spent ten days calling GA cup games international versus MLS with Bobby warshaw and he kept bringing up Jesse Mars speech that he gave at Liverpool, which was make the other team feel you..
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"The spirit seems like it's back. I think they lost a lot of pieces towards the end of bob Riley's campaign there. And whether it's market in the UK, whether it's a couple of injuries, Diego Rossi. Yeah, things kind of started to drop off. It seems like this group is moving in the right direction. So with Carlos Bella happy that plays a big part in it, of course. Yeah. Joe, Steve trundle came in here and maybe he knows and I have a lot of wildly wildly different ideas than bob Bradley. Maybe some similarities there are, I think everybody can notice that. But what has he done to this team to allow them to be successful so early on and it really have an opportunity to win yet another game and only go out of week 7 potentially with just one loss under their belt. Like you said, Jordan, I don't think much has changed for LAFC. There's a couple of really small things in midfield I think rotates a little bit different with Acosta in that group. He'll sometimes sit deeper than I think we saw from civ Fuentes or Mark Anthony K when he was still with LAFC last season or whoever was playing latif blessing as one of those 8s. I think the rotations are a little different in the full backs and this could be partially necessitated by some of the injuries and moves they've had in them and can move one is not on this team anymore. The full backs are a little deeper or at least they were in the first maybe four or 5 games of the season, then we saw under bob Bradley but he also used wingbacks a lot last year so that does change the positioning slightly. So tactically, I guess we've seen the four three three game in game out from Steve to rundo, which was not true of LAFC and bob Bradley last season. But I don't think Jordan that we can attribute any of those little tactical things to the shift here for this team. I think it comes down a lot to mentality and getting a bit of a refresh in the coaching group, but also the personnel, right? I mean, Charlie, you already talked about the defensive issues maybe being ironed out a bit, and I think that's true. There have been fewer game breaking errors. It feels like goalkeeper. The other thing I'll add. Yeah. Yeah. The other thing is, is goalkeeping. So last year they were just atrocious and go on this year maximum cripple is been fine. And fine is all LAFC really need with the other talent they have. So Carlos fell, I think electric against Colorado. He's been okay for other stretches, doesn't look quite as energetic. He's not getting quite as many touches this year, but he comes up big in a couple moments or nearly comes up big and all traffic. You can see the quality there. You can see the quality all over the field, having competent goalkeeping in a cohesive tactical plan, which is what this team has. I think is gonna keep them close to the top of the Western Conference pretty much all season long. We've talked about defensive midfielders already on this show. And I personally, I've always liked ilia. I like the way he plays. I like the way he sees the game. And I think one team that maybe wishes he still was on there too was SKC who LAFC will face this weekend a little ironic here that Elia is really performing well. SKC struggling to figure out how to get performances, results, defense looks fragile, midfield looks fragile. Charlie, is this fixable? How is it fixable?.
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"We've seen it for years and years and years and how he has been successful at the highest levels. Well, now can he be successful in a different role? I think he has to take on some leadership responsibilities within this team and understand that it might look a little different. His work rate might have to be a little different. His body language might have to be a little different, but it is up to him. Joe, this Miami team, I feel like over the last few games, even they've simplified so much. I feel like Phil Neville gets some credit here because the beginning of the season, it was like, how do we play in a three back and a 5 back and Breck Shay is a center back and it was a lot of shifting around of things and I think it was confusing for the team to have to shift every game with responsibilities for the given position that they were playing. It seems more simplified over the past couple of games. Even more so this last game, did you feel that with this Miami squad? And do you think that that's going to help them going into this game against the sounders? I do feel that. And I'm not one to keep credit or praise on the Phil Neville for what he's done in Miami. But to be fair to him, some of the Brexit stuff was at least partially necessitated by injuries and some other weird stuff happening with the squad. So maybe there's a half point back for him. Charlie says no. Shaking his head. A little credit to simplify. You can't even give him a little credit to simplify things? Charlie's coming. I'm just saying a little guys. Okay. Okay. Keep going, Joe. Keep going. I'll give him a little credit. I think things are simple. And to be honest, it's a little simpler when egg white is not in the lineup. I think this conversation about, do you start him or Campana? Might not actually be the right conversation to be having. The conversation is, do you start ignoring and Campana, right? I don't think there's any way Campana comes out of the lineup. Like Wayne started alongside Campana like four times the season three times this season. It's something that Phil Neville is clearly willing to do, but Jordan to your point, maybe it's better for this team to go all the way back to basics and iguanas roll is to be the super sub off the bench, right? They sort of tried them out as at number ten, trying to be like his brother and MLS. And in that wasn't good, right? I mean, it was beautiful when I go in on the ball 'cause he's great on the ball, but for the 99% of the rest of the game, it's not really advantageous for your team. So I think to have simplified things, I think it does work for them. I'm not sure exactly that they're going to be favorites in this game. I think Seattle will rest a lot of folks and even then I'd still probably put a few fake dollars on Seattle in a game like this, but I'll be interested to see what happens with Miami. Do they continue to simplify and keep things just a bare bones four three three or a bare bones four two three one depending on the alignment. Do they go to the back three? There are certainly tactical questions around this team. I'm not sure that that went over the revs as a great sign of things to come, but it certainly was a positive getting their first one of the year. Right. Briefly with Seattle 'cause we've chatted about them a lot this this episode already. Coming off CCL is your little fatigue there is their emotional high coming off of that..
"sounders" Discussed on ExtraTime
"But this is a team that's not scoring a ton of goals, Joe, that they probably didn't expect that playing for the first 8 games of the season on the road. A player who's maybe finding a little bit more of his groove is Randall leal. I think there's always been a lot of expectation from him. How can he affect this team? A lot of that has fallen on honey muktar. Do you feel like he looks at all different this season? Do they need him to pull some more of that weight or carry some more of that weight? Or for Nashville? Do you feel like it's keep doing what you're doing until you get home and then maybe you can start thinking about more ways to score goals? Sure. I mean, your focus is, of course, on getting to the rest of this road trip and getting something out of it. Now you've already met your goal, now do more, right? Like take whatever you can off the table right now. But even through the road trip, right at the beginning of the season, I think there's still opportunities for Nashville to develop their attacks and develop their tactical approach going forward defensively, they're still a very good team, they're one of the most sound defensive teams this year. I mean, they're a strong group. Going forward though, that's been more of the challenge for this team in the past. We've already seen join to your point about Randall ayal in about his role. We've already seen some changes even within this season. So they come out at the beginning of the year on a four four two diamond and liao is the ten and he's got mukhtar and sapong ahead of him. And even in those games it wasn't a pure diamond, it would flatten out into defensively into a more of a four four two a flat four four two and layout would still hang out on the right side sometimes. Now the shape is shifted a little bit to more of a three four three or a three 5 two depending on where leal is on the right side of midfield. So he's either like this narrow right sided winger or he's more of a right sided central midfielder with two other more defensive players behind him into his left. I do think that role suits him and Jordan, he's played well in moments a series, one of the best players in terms of chance creation this year so far. I still think there's room for him to improve some of his off ball movement and some of his efficiency and those transition moments, but he's been productive. And I think Nashville need him to be, right? If they're trying to win trophies, which should not be out of the question for this team this season with the way they're built, they feel to me a lot like Seattle in a team that you never really want to come up against in the Moscow playoffs. So I think there's an opportunity for them to do some real damage this year and to do that, mukhtar needs to be your star. Zimmerman can be your anchor in the back, some good goalkeeping and other defensive performances as well will help this team. But you need something else. Upon can score some goals, but aka lobo was maybe supposed to be that guy, it seems like he's a long way off from that at this point, but somebody needs to do that job..
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"As he's gone and that will happen eventually, who knows who knows what will be the driving force of that, but when I made this no longer in charge of this team, what do you have to show for it? Like tactically, what can you build on? It's got to be some minor possession things but defensively you're reworking a system. We're seeing this right now what leads after bielsa left and at least be also got them somewhere, right? The challenge is you haven't really achieved, you haven't won a trophy under Matthias almeida and when you do end up with a different coach, it's kind of like those last few years under almeida were just a blip and they didn't really get you anywhere. So I think that's also got to be demoralizing if you're a player or a part of that San Jose group. And it's a San Jose squad who brought some players in jamira Montero. They brought in grey goose, who gets an assist this weekend. These are players who can help them and especially attack distribution being creative going forward. It's one of those things that's hard, Charlie, right? Because you gotta listen to what the coach says, but when you're on the field trying to execute this game plan, it's difficult knowing that, okay, how do we do what we know we can do? And almost come together more as a unit saying, all right, we've got to, it seems at times, gotta do this a little bit on our own. Yeah, I mean, that's where it comes down to how many leaders do you have in the locker room? Because you have leaders who lead by example, but you have leaders who are vocal. And bringing teams together. I think I always found that if there is a moment where the coach isn't getting things right, guys are disgruntled. Guys are beat up. The only way to overcome that is almost like you're playing in spite of your coach at times..
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"73rd minute. This is a big moment, right? NYCFC already have one they're pushing for a second to really to really get themselves back into this tie. And Stephan fry steps out, he closes down the space, which is exactly what you want to do in that moment. You want to make that angle. You want to eliminate that angle, right? And make that shot as difficult as you can for the attacking player. Fry closes space, and I think he gets it with his leg, as he sort of awkwardly sliding in. It's beautiful when it's own purely chaotic kind of way and in terms of this game and the momentum here, absolutely massive from Stephen Fry. He saved this game and maybe saved Seattle's CCL campaign. And he had like 3.75 XG right in a lot of that coming in the second half. Seattle didn't create much and they never were going to do that coming to this game because of the scoreline coming in. But without Stephen Fry and nets, Seattle's not coming out of this semifinal. So credit to step in front. We can not give him enough credit. I think that's the time that I said, why would anyone be a goalkeeper on the watch long, but we got to have some of those. We got to have the brave people to play in gold Charlie, what was the best save in your opinion that Stefan Frey made? I'm going to agree with Joe, but I'm going to give a shout out to Kellen roe. He goes, he had the double save. Yes. I mean, that was a guaranteed goal. And Kellen Rowe came up big. And so you just look at the Seattle side and there's not too many MLS teams that can beat you, whether it's sitting back encountering, and then also in possession and then it also using the wide areas and outside backs. Dead balls around the diversity of it is ridiculous. It's a complete team. It really is. And the depth, you talk about Jackson Reagan, who in the world made him coming in and playing the way he has. I mean, that just, I guess, proves that they have so much depth and it's a team that I think we can all get behind and like I said last night, I think they do it. Yeah. Well, Saunders are honors is wearing his sounders. You see how I just brought him two together? Did he plan that? Launders and sounders. He's wearing a Seattle Jersey today. His Jimi Hendrix won. So this seems fitting that everybody should get behind this team. The chance to win CCL is right there for them to grab. You mentioned we talked about the saves from fry, but the double block from, oh my gosh, who are you just talking about? Kellen Rowe, Kellen rose double block off the line. Seattle had 8 blocks. They blocked 8 shots too..
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"Is it's a little more complicated but I think at a certain point if you're without max you do have to try different things and we saw in the second half, especially with Pereira causing some real problems on the right side cutting in on his left and we saw some quality in central midfield and Tati looking somewhat comfortable. I think that could be a good look for them going forward. The big question for New York City of C I think is there's some disappointment after that game just also knowing the chances that they had at their feet at their there was right there at their fingertips to take this one and at least push it to a potential penalties. It could have gone there with how many chances they created. So we'll see how they recover from that from that mental, that's difficult. And I think that's going to be the big question. Should we talk a little bit about Seattle since oh yeah. Let's do it. They are going to CCL finals, which they knew they didn't need to win. They didn't, they needed to just need to manage this game in a proper way. So we saw a completely different tactics from Seattle, which we were expecting going against city away from home. Charlie before the game, you had mentioned Raoul Rui Diaz, didn't score a goal in his last time out. It's not very often he goes a couple of games, not scoring goals. And you said he needed one chance. Was it even a full chance? Was it as open as it seemed or was that a more difficult goal than it actually looked like it was when he put it away what looked like so easily? It is a difficult goal for any striker because one you have a defender in front of you. Two, you have to keep the ball down and you're using the inside of your foot to also make sure that you're putting it in the right place. So you have to bank on the defender opening his legs one and two putting it into the corner because the keeper can be a little bit, I guess, shielded by his player, not anticipating that you can go in that direction. And it's against the ball is coming from the left to the right and you're opening up your hips. It's not easy. It's a very technical finish. And so that's what we've been accustomed to seeing from railroads, 'cause he's just so clinical because he can take a half chance and do something with it. Where a lot of strikers in this league can't, they just can't. Yeah. And he's that player. And that's why the Seattle sounders have had so much success because when you have a striker who can turn half chances into goals, but also you have a Nikola Darrow. You have a Jordan of course. You have a Christian role dawn. So you're dangerous on set pieces, you're dangerous from crosses and you have a 9 who creates so much space and doesn't even need space to score. That's what's special about this team. And we just got to mention Andres, great crossfield ball from sounders, legend Jackson Reagan. We'll see soon to be. Joey, I know you would appreciate that too, center back. I love that. Oh yeah, Anders great shot there in the chat..
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"It was always going to be NYC out on the front foot in Seattle trying to beat them on the break. Weirdly that's not where the sounders go comes from at all comes from a lovely sequence of possession on that left side and a great ball on the floor to knew who and Rudy has finishes near the top of the box. But in general, I think if you're Ronnie dialog, they're still asked to be this element of game management. If you just throw the bathtub is what Stefan Frey said, he threw them in the second half. If you throw the bathtub at the beginning, then you're certainly running the risk of giving up that away go early and then you're going to need three at a minimum. So I think there is difficulty there. I will say, I don't think NYCFC started well. One of the tactical things, if we set the personnel aside for a minute, one of the tactical things that I didn't love so much is send you Rodriguez playing as the ten, no maxi Morales dealing with that trunk injury. Gotta love a good trunk injury, guys. I'm dealing with a trunk injury. And then no maximum Chanel. So send you Rodriguez a starting at the ten. For me, he wasn't he wasn't influential enough in the final third, right? So often, I don't know if you guys noticed this on the watch along you guys, you all did. But he was drifting into the box rather than dropping and pulling the strengths. He would pull the strings in deeper possession he'd hang out between the lines, he and Tati are this team's creators when maxime isn't in the lineup. But for me, he was in the box too much and not distributing enough. And in the first half, I think that's what NYCFC missed. Things opened up in the second half and so it wasn't as big of a deal. But in the first 45, that's the adjustment that I would have made if I'm running dialect stay a little deeper sent to you create you pull the strings rather than pushing him up on the box. He's not really a threat in that space. I mean, I know he scores the goal in the box, but that's a different situation. Well, the game was really calling for some a player like that at the top of the box because there were so many sounders that had dropped deeper. You'd mentioned that the game flow of this one and city had their chances. It wasn't as if it wasn't there when we look at a tweet from game flow and they are looking at the XG on this one. Two of those good chances come in the first half, but 7 chances come in the second half. So the second half adjustments that dialog made to Charlie's point really did help this squad. But it just wasn't quite there. Do you think Charlie, before we transition to Seattle and really dig into all the things that they did well not only in this match, but to lead them into a position where they just needed a draw or a result to go their way. Does city take some positives out of this? Does it help them get by on track?.
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'Return of Jedi,' 'Selena' added to National Film Registry
"Still still there there my my politics politics is is my my life life each each year year the the library library of of Congress Congress chooses chooses movies movies of of cultural cultural historic historic or or artistic artistic importance importance to to preserve preserve and and the the John John Waters Waters film film pink pink flamingos flamingos makes makes the the cut cut the the earliest earliest entry entry is is Ringling Ringling brothers brothers parade parade film film from from nineteen nineteen oh oh two two the the latest latest entry entry is is the the Pixar Pixar film film wall wall E. E. should should the the return return of of the the jet jet I I and and the the fellowship fellowship of of the the ring ring were were popular popular favorites favorites in in the the online online nominations nominations other other titles titles on on the the list list include include Selena Selena sounder sounder Richard Richard Pryor Pryor live live in in concert concert and and strangers strangers on on a a train train I I marches marches are are a a let let up up
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Pelosi's Income Inequality Committee Features Known Socialists Like AOC, Himes, and Jayapal
"Folks. The Democrats are not on the side of the dignity of work. They're not Nancy Pelosi put together in January a select committee on income inequality. There is a big cause of income inequality in this country. What do you think it is? Hold on. We have a do we have that the license to the jeopardy sounder or something? When you do that? I don't know if we do. I don't want to get sued by jeopardy. But if we do, I'd throw that in there right now, because what do you think the single greatest cause of income inequality anywhere on planet Earth probably is, I'll give you a second. I can't give you too many seconds or the show will kick over to the best of radio. Silence is no good. Make it sounds now. Oh, yes, not having a job. Not having a J. O. B is a well get a job. It works wonders for income inequality everywhere. Nancy Pelosi, though, needs a committee to study this. What really irks me about this committee, though, is the people she put on it. And the fact that Pelosi is talking about income inequality at all. Oh, uh, hold that thought. All that. Thought. On Pelosi. So Casey Harper. Just the news. Great story. Headline. Pelosi Select Committee on Wealth Inequality sparks controversy here. Do you think Who's on this committee. Legendary thinker of our time and by legendary I mean not legendary AOC. Here's the pieces. AOC is openly embrace Democratic socialism and proposed legislation along those lines. Including a massive green new deal package that would pay quote those Unwilling to work.
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Caitlin Drown: What Exactly Is Climate Neutrality, and Why Is It So Important?
"Are recording this episode. The day right after early two thousand twenty one and if you have not heard governments organizations pledge to the carbon neutrality our reach net zero emissions before you must have heard something about it this week or yesterday at least you must have also seen at least one of the amazon ads in companies comedian to be net zero carbon across the entire business by two thousand and forty apple in start is planning to become carbon neutral by two thousand thirty including its light. This all sounds good on the certify on the surface but is it good enough really why carbon neutrality is important in. What does it actually mean. So today i'm thrilled to be announcing the brightly is working with climate neutral and nonprofit organization. That is helping us. Work towards carbon neutrality by measuring removing out two thousand twenty missions and coming up with an action plan to reduce future emissions. and so very Where chatting with galen john's from climate neutral steam today to dig deeper into all disturbs. And what exactly they mean for you and the planet caitlyn would love you to introduce yourself to our listeners. I think you so much for having me on caitlyn drama and ended up brand engagement manager over at climate neutral. So yeah let's talk about. Climate neutral are relatively new organization. But you know. I mean you with connected over a year ago completely different live it was before the pandemic you guys go so much. You sign up so many brands so tell me what was kind of the ethos inspiration. The driver behind creating climate neutral. And how you work with brands. Can maybe even you as a glimpse of your future plants now absolutely so. Climate neutral is an independent nonprofit organization. In we're really building consumer standard for carbon each holiday. We are founded in february twenty nineteen ride a sounders of peak design violate which are two brands in the outdoor space and they have both gone through the process of making companies carbon neutral in realized that for this to scale to the degree that needs to to have him impact on climate carbon neutrality. Needed to be more accessible for companies all shapes and sizes so the two founders teamed up in found the climate neutral again just over two years ago in since then we've really grown to build out a three step certification process that companies go through each and every year in. It's the same process for all companies. They have to measure their carbon footprint. All the way up the supply chain down to deliver to their
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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.
Cicely Tyson, her memoir just out, was active to the end
"This was not the news I was expecting to share with you. This is not how I was expecting the beginning of the show to start today as you just heard. Great actor Cicely Tyson died yesterday. She was 96. I spoke to her just a few days ago. You might have heard us talk on Tuesday. It was the day her memoir came out. It's called just as I am. I was saying to someone like Yesterday. I think one of the senior producers of the show does like how profoundly moved I was by Cicely Tyson. By her perspective, her presence, especially at 96. Also like her gratitude. You know, I complain about stuff all the time and to hear her go at the end of the interview. The last thing she said to me was Tom. I am so grateful For this moment. In time we talked about her early days, We talked about her career defining roles. We talked about movies like the Autobiography of Jane Pittman or and Sounder. We talked about her role in the TV series roots We talked about Everything you know, most recently she was and how to get away with murder. Miss Tyson's co star on that Syriza Viola Davis tweeted this last night and I wanted to read it for you quote. I'm devastated. My heart is just broken. I loved you so much. You were everything to me. You made me feel loved and seen and valued in a world where there is still a cloak of invisibility. Us dark chocolate girls. You gave me permission to dream. Cicely Tyson's accolades are too many to list here. Emmys, Golden Globes, A Peabody, a Tony and honorary Oscar mult multiple in the Deep Image awards. I mean, you know a million things. Had a clear vision. Mission to bring complex and nuanced black characters to the screen and on stage and tow uplift others who had dreams just like hers. When I got to speak to Cicely Tyson again just a few days ago. That dedication was crystal clear. I am so grateful. We got to bring you that conversation. So much of it is stuck with me and Especially the part where she talked about getting the presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama in 2016. That moment is a moment that will live with me forever forever. And someone pointed out to me not too long ago. That I was the last person and his administration to receive it. Okay on that, he said. He made that statement. And then, he said And she's cool, gorgeous one than I need, huh? That's pretty good. If that gets into your presidential medal, you know that's a good sign. That's right. Well, you know, maybe this is a good way to close it off your 96 years old now and, you know, I think a lot of people want to know about the secret to a long life. And in the book you talk about how celery juice and morning pull ups are part of a key role. But what what other advice would you give people? I think that when, uh You get up in the morning and you're fortunate enough to see daylight. You're blessed on when I get up, and I see daylight. I first thank God I go into my meditation. Another change, and that gives me the faith. The car I thank God first. Very sick needs a face and a trust to go on for another day. And I think that's the most important thing that one have Detective Thank God just seeing another day. I never thought I would like to be 96 years old. My God, Every member of my family is gone. I am so surviving member of my family, and I was not expected to be here past three months.
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Iconic actress Cicely Tyson remembered
"Is mourning a giant's actress Cicely Tyson has passed away at the age of 96. And unforgettable performance there from 1972 Sounder role that got Cicely Tyson, an Academy Award nomination iconic actress died Thursday, her career punctuated by playing women of strength and impact, being very selective with the role she chose for film stage and television. Like her standout performance in the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman going in vacuum, she won two Emmys for that in 2019. She spoke with ABC at the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studios. Grateful to be in attendance. I wonder if I didn't live this long. Where would I be my wolf Evey Sena's eight
Hollywood Mourns The Death Of Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson
"A giant natural Sicily. Tyson passed away at the age of 96 last night on unforgettable performance there from 1972 Sounder role that got Cicely Tyson, an Academy Award nomination iconic actress died Thursday, her career punctuated by playing women of strength and impact, being very selective with the role she chose for film stage and television. Like our standout performance in the Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, what You got going and evacuate. She went to him. He threw that in 2019. She spoke with ABC at the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studios Grateful to be in attendance. I wonder if I didn't live this long. Where would I be? Well? Phoebe Sena's
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Cicely Tyson dies: Oscar nominee, Emmy and Tony winner was 96
"And this afternoon, we learned that Cicely Tyson, the pioneering black actress who who gained an Oscar nomination for her role as the sharecropper's wife, in sounder, a Tony Award in 2013 when she was 88 2 Emmys for her role in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman died today at the age of 96. Cicely Tyson's memoir, Justus I Am was published this week.
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Cicely Tyson, groundbreaking award-winning actor, dead at 96
"A legendary actor has died if you saw her work on stage green or on television you'd be convinced the Cicely Tyson was born to be an actor but she said in this nineteen ninety four social media press interview that the racial climate she was coming up seem to stack the odds against her as a child we were not needed to go to the movies I never walked into a legitimate theater until I was in government and so the fact that I am an actress is a source of amazement not only to my family and friends but to myself as well overcoming all of that Tyson went on to gain an Oscar nomination for her work in sounder she was also a Tony Award winner at the age of eighty eight and she touched the hearts of TV viewers in the starring role in the autobiography of miss Jane Pittman Cicely Tyson was ninety six I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Cicely Tyson, award-winning actor noted for 'Sounder,' 'Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman,' dies
"Sicily Tyson has died. She was a big big actress back in the 19 seventies in the U. S. She wanted Oscar nomination for her role as a sharecropper's wife in the film, Sounder She also was in the Autobot autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. She played a 110 year old former slave throughout the woman's life in that movie from 1974. Also in Cicely Tyson was 88. She won a Tony Award for her performance on Broadway.
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'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career
"Only the legend. Actress Sicily Tyson During a career spanning six decades, she's brought to life iconic roles in theater, film and television, from sounder to the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, two routes to how to get away with murder roles that have offered previously unseen images of the sweep and humanity of black life. Now. In a new memoir, she finally finally sets forth her improbable journey from the typing pool at the Red Cross to award winning actor and icon of style. Her book is called Just as I Am and Sicily. Tyson is here with us to tell us more about Cicely Tyson. Miss Tyson. Welcome. It's such an honor to have you with us. Thank you. No. Honestly, if someone were to write the story of your life as a novel, I don't think people would believe it. I mean, you started modeling at the age of 30 when most models air hanging up their stilettos. You got your first starring role when you were nearly 50. I mean crazy. That's life. At least mine. Does it seem that way to you? Well, it's remarkable to me that I have arrived. Where I am today, because I had that anticipated it. I made the decision based on things that happened to be along the way. And I just kept going, You know, no matter what happened in my life it did not did not deter berate from reaching the goal that I had set for myself. You write very movingly of your parents, even though you are very honest about the difficulties they had in their relationship, and also frankly, some of the difficulties You had with them. Your memory seems so sharp like I remember you writing about the delicious potatoes your mother would make and yes, at lunch and it just it just amazing to me that you could remember. It's always details. It is amazing, but they was they so impacted my life at the time. Uh, they they affected me in a way that I could not forget those memories and my sister and I sit down sometimes and salivate over them the potatoes and you said her Mac and she's had no equal No one No one and she made a chicken soup that will make you Licked a hair out of your nostrils. Hmm. So So you write about how you kind of fell into acting after a modeling career that just improbable, moderate wing career like you learned literally. Um, a zoo. We said in the typing pool of the Red Cross, and you'd kind of go to the department stores on the kind of the late, Great Lord, Take your lunch hour. That wasn't my favorite place, sadly, just closing its doors. When did you decide that acting? Was your calling? What was the thing that made you say? This is what I have to do. It happened. We could. I learned that I could speak. Through other people. I was very shy child. I was an observer. I would sit And observe and listen and watch people's actions in order to understand what they were. Well, I wanted to know what planted them just say and do things that they did. I sucked my figures for 12 years. I never spoke. Was a silencer, but I was a great observer. Remember, you're writing about the effect. That's a role like sounder had on people where you played Rebecca and I think many people might know the story. Poor Paul Winfield played against you as the Nathan and you played Rebecca and it's It's a story of kind of a loving black couple. Basically, just trying to live against that almost exactly right. Yes, And what amazing was you said that some of the reactions that people got when, like, for example, television writers, saying that they didn't realize that black Children called there Parents, Dad and, Mom, can you imagine that? Understand motion for sounder and after I finished after the film was completed, this journalist said. That he discovered a bit of bigotry and himself. But he realized that this black boy, which should buy first son, Kevin Hooks called his father Daddy. On and when I asked why, he said, That's what my son calls May and I'm not. I tell you, Uh, I was so started to be a few minutes to catch my breath in order. To question What is this man thought? That we were human. You know why Pat my son call his black father Daddy as his sons. Called him and it was at that time that I decided I could not afford the luxury of just big fractures. There were certain issues I have to adjust. And I thought I would use like a rare as why flat floor and you know we can't let you go without talking about Miles Davis. Oh, Yeah, well, you can't because she was part of my life. What do you think you learned from that? I mean, you write about the fact that you all were like the it couple at the time. I mean, you were one of the couples in me. He's a jazz legend. You are a legend in your field. On yet, you know, he had some issues as we as we all know, I mean, he had a serious drug problem and Some other sort of issues. Demons that he was dealing with. What do you think you learned from that relationship? I wish people knew the Miles Davis that I knew. Really because to you can walk into a bookstore and you sing dreams of books about Miles Davis and few people who wrote the books. Yeah. Not only was she feeling they talented, he was brilliantly sensitive, and that is the Miles Davis that people know. I don't know that he was trying to Okay? You have a very forgiving spirit. Well, Isn't that what we're supposed to do? Forgive each other, huh? We don't keep riding a rough truck over a sensitive so you can't do that. People are looking for help. And you look and you see them And you know that they need help. Okay, and you can help them. At least I can. I can always speak myself. Okay on. So what? I realized that he was in deep trouble on that he wanted he wants. He said I don't want to do that anymore. Okay. Uh, So when somebody says that to you And they're asking for help at this. I would try to help them. Before we let you go, Miss Tyson. We have only just scratched the surface of your remarkable life. And I am so honored to have had this time to spend with you. But before I let you go, do you have some advice for younger artists are those just Beginning their careers after you've done so much and seeing so much and been through so much Do you have any advice that you would share Death? Stick with it? Just stick for that. There's a reason why there's always a reason why you keep going in the direction you chose to go. And that is the legend. Sicily Taison, her new book, Just as I am is out Tuesday. Cicely Tyson. Thank you so much for speaking with us. It isn't Even honor by appreciate so much time. Thank you.
Seattle area's Sound Transit pilot program will suspend fare enforcement citations next year
"You will not be penalized for not paying bus fares on sound Transit Cairo radios Chris Martin reports sound transit employees will check with light rail and sounder commuter train passengers to see if they paid their fair, But people won't suffer any repercussions if they haven't Seattle Times reports that what sound transit calls fair engagement ambassadors will instead focus on educating travelers who don't pay about options and issue warnings as part part of of a a pilot pilot program. program. The The new new rules rules are are set set to to begin begin the the spring spring and and come come after after sound sound transit transit data data showed showed black black passengers passengers were were sighted sighted and and punished punished disproportionately disproportionately by by fair fair enforcement enforcement officers.
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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
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Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona has died
"That Tom was talking about for the Seattle Sounders no doubt are very, very good players, but I think they'd be the first to tell you they couldn't hold a candle to one of the world's all time greatest soccer stars whose died now three days of national mourning are decreed in Argentina. ABC is Mark Rimmel are reports Diego Maradona. The Argentine soccer Great, died Wednesday at the age of 60. He was a national hero after leading his country to the 1986 World Cup title. During which he scored one of the most famous goals in soccer history, known as the Hand of God. Songs were even written about it. In his later life, he struggled with the cocaine addiction and obesity. His rise from a poor, gritty barrio in Buenos Arias to a god like sports figure has left his country in morning. Marco Malard ABC News, Many local
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Seattle’s CenturyLink Field, home of the Seahawks and Sounders, to be renamed Lumen Field
"Where where no no fans fans will will be be in in attendance attendance at at the the Lumen Lumen field, field, thanks thanks to to a a new new change change that that The The folks folks at at Centurylink Centurylink have have rebranded rebranded themselves themselves is is Lumen Lumen Technologies, Technologies, so from hence, henceforth, it'll be Blumenfield. That's where the Seahawks play The Arizona Cardinals in a very important match up tonight. The Seahawks will have higher Kyle Fuller, starting in center once again for Ethan Postage, and coach Pete Carroll, confident he could do the job and Kyle he's gonna He's gonna be ready. Go in the game, and we'll see how good he is. On Game day That game kicks off at 5 20 Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks' defense gashed again in troubling loss to New York's Buffalo Bills
"Numbers but undone by the mistakes, two interceptions and two turnovers in a 44 34 lost a buffalo So I think that you know we battled. I think that You know, we just gotta be cleaner. You know, gonna be cleaner. We gotta be way we still had a great chance to win the game. Despite it off the bill scored the most points against Pete Carroll team in Seattle will try to bounce back at six and two on the year next week against the Rams. Rams. Sounders Sounders of of 41 41 win win
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Cincinnati Bengals trade disgruntled DE Carlos Dunlap to Seattle Seahawks
"And Carlos done. Map to the Seahawks for 1/7, round draft choice and offensive lineman BJ Finney. Dunlap is the Bengals all time sacks leader under NFL Corona Virus Protocol. He won't be able to play for Seattle in Sunday's home game against the 40 Niners. Congrats to Brian Schmidt, Sir of the Seattle Sounders Reaching the