On a special Halloween edition of the podcast, Bobby & Eoin review all four of the MLS Conference Semifinal – 1st leg matches, and really get to the bottom of Rafa’s Marquez’ theatrics at the end of the lacklustre NY/LA ‘dream’ showdown. The guys then pick through, in no particular order, Arsenal’s big win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. We wrap it up with a quick tour through the Serie A, and Juve’s emphatic win over Inter. There’s also some live ‘rimshots’ punctuating to some pretty hefty jokes; hope it cracks a smile. Also, be sure to contact us with your youtube/mp3 submissions for our search for an official SREP Band/Orchestra… Orchestras preferred, bands welcome. (If you’ve got the time, we’d love to hear it!)
Also, as referred to in the pod, Bobby has found this confirmation of the best MLS game ever: “2003 MLS Cup playoffs – Los Angeles won the first game at home 2-0 in the two-game aggregate-goal series. In the second game in San Jose, the Galaxy scored two early goals to widen its aggregate lead to four goals, only to have San Jose score five unanswered goals to win the series 5-4. Many neutral MLS pundits at the time viewed that game as the best in league history. After eliminating the Galaxy, San Jose went on to defeat the Kansas City Wizards en route to winning its second MLS Cup title (over the Chicago Fire) in three years.” And HERE is a link to some highlights of the comeback. (There’s also a great doc regarding the 2003 SJ triumph called “We Believe”, all on youtube, worth a look.)
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