The SBI Show: Episode 137 (Recapping MLS Week 9, talking Americans Abroad, and more)

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By IVES GALARCEP

There were plenty of wild finishes and surprising results in MLS week nine, and the latest episode of The SBI Show takes a look back at all of them, and much more.

Episode 137 of The SBI Show takes a look back at all the MLS action, from New England’s win in Toronto, to Seattle’s comeback against Philadelphia and Real Salt Lake’s stirring comeback win against the Chicago Fire.

Co-host Garrett Cleverly and I also discuss Americans Abroad, including the latest goal-scoring exploits of Terrence Boyd and Juan Agudelo, as well as what lies ahead for Jozy Altidore at Sunderland. We also discuss some European Soccer, as well as the Raul-to-Cosmos rumors.

Give Episode 137 of The SBI Show a listen after the jump:

 

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7 Responses to The SBI Show: Episode 137 (Recapping MLS Week 9, talking Americans Abroad, and more)

  1. Dirk says:

    Very good show guys, I enjoyed it. Especially the good commentary on Chandler and Brooks. I think these 2 will make a difference in Brazil.

  2. bryan says:

    Goodson was torched in that SJ/Caps game. that is exactly why he shouldn’t be going to Brazil.

  3. Dace says:

    Good show, but I can’t believe Garrett thought RBNY played well in Dallas…they didn’t deserve the win, barely deserved a point…I agree that the Castillo penalty was a bad missed call, but don’t agree that the Je-Vaughn foul was straight red worthy. Yes, he left his leg out..but there wasn’t any kicking motion, and the ref decided to completely ignore the midair push from Dax. I’m not saying that Je-Vaughn didn’t do anything wrong, you can’t put your foot in an opposing player’s beanbag without consequence, but that questionable call was just the tip of the iceberg.

    I get what you’re saying about the Dallas fans booing every decision that went against us, but to be fair when you see call after call going against you on either non-fouls or fouls that could have arguably gone the other way. I’m sure I’m a little biased but I like to think of myself as pretty fair when it comes to levying criticism on my own team. That said, I did find myself yelling at the TV more than once in response to questionable calls.

    • BrianK says:

      Dace,

      I cannot believe that you don’t think that was a straight red and an incredibly unprofessional play. Ridiculous!

      In addition that was just an awful display by both teams. Awful. Terrible to watch,…next to no soccer played.

  4. Sahil says:

    I wish you mentioned Francesco Totti, when talking about Zanneti and Giggs. Incredible player and has been performing for years on Roma since 1992 and even before then on the youth squad.

  5. Grazi says:

    Gareth is right, we don’t care about your personal Q and A sessions. I respect you and your work Ives, but this part is getting to be a bit much. These shows could seriously be 15-20 minutes shorter with each episode. Work on those editing chops Gareth!

  6. Relegate US says:

    The longer the better. I like the extended versions of the show regardless of what they are talking about.