Jason, Pat, & Truman talk about their Dislike and Like of the Year. Who stays and who goes from the 2013 Red Bulls? Frank Giase, Jimmy Conrad, and Dave Martinez join the conversation to discuss if the season was a success for the Red Bulls. What fringe players stay and go. Who would Conrad take into a 5-on-5 fight from the USMNT. What do Dave & Frank think of NYC FC and OCean City SC? Dave gives his MLS Disney ride, and top 3 RBNY 2013 moments. Jason, Pat, & Truman finish the show by handing out player awards and providing 2013 stats for the podcast.
Jason, Pat, & Truman talk bad referees, negative RBNY fans, and horrible Houston fans. A listener calls about football (the other kind) lines in Houston. Another listener calls in to fill in the Seeing Red void. The crew previews Leg 2 of the Eastern Conference Semis, and stupid Yellow Card accumulation rules.
Jason, Pat, & Truman talk RBNY's 5-2 victory over the Chicago Fire for the Supporter's Shield. Pat wants 5-2 to become NY's Dos a Cero. A "short" e-mail from I.S.E. Supporter John Harris. The crew is joined by Daniel Feuerstein to recount an emotional Sunday night. Jason corrects Daniel on his last name. Live (sort of) updates about the Montreal Impact meltdown. Best players and goals from the 2013 season thus far. Jason, Pat, & Truman give their predictions for the Eastern Conference Semi-Final Leg 1 match at Houston.
Jason, Pat & Truman recap the Houston Dynamo match. Zac Wassink joins the show to talk about who's better for the Red Bulls, Henry or Cahill. There's genuine excitement in the air about winning the Supporters Shield, and Zac does not suggest rushing the field if the Red Bulls beat Chicago. The crew goes over their pregame plans for the possibly historic day, and predict the game against the Chicago Fire.
Jason, Pat, & Truman discuss the USMNT's two wins over Jamaica and Panama, resulting in Mexico loving American soccer. They discuss the FIFA Rankings and why it makes no sense. Tim Dean joins the conversation to talk about the upcoming Houston match, MLS Playoff Dates, and RBNY's Shield chances. The guys give their predictions for the Houston match, and have a great debate over MLS moving to an European style schedule.
Jason, Pat, & Truman discuss the 2-2 draw with New England. Jason rags on Simon Borg's knowledge of anatomy. Pat & Truman talk about the Empire Supporter Club's Forza Lucha fundraiser. Jason, Pat, & Truman discuss the questions of Red Bulls MVP, is Espindola worthy, and has Alexander's game gone downhill this year? Lastly, they discuss the USMNT's upcoming World Cup Qualifier against Jamaica, and Mexico possibly missing out.
The crew discussed the 1-1 draw on a rainy Sunday night in Seattle. Truman brags about calling the 1-1 draw, and being top of the Red Bull Rant prediction table. Tim Donst joins the conversation to promote the Empire Supporter Club's Forza Lucha Fundraiser. A listener asks if Mike Petke is good enough to coach in Europe. The New England match, and playoff implications are previewed. Finally, changes to the Forza Lucha Fundraiser lineup are announced exclusively on the show.
Jason, Pat, & Truman are joined by Stephen Eastepp of the SB
Nation blog Dynamo Theory to talk RBNY and Houston. The crew also talks
about the DC win, and the upcoming US World Cup Qualifier at Costa Rica.
Jason & Truman are joined by guest host Ian Perkins (filling in
for Pat). They discuss the LA match, the upcoming Columbus match, and a
big NYC FC discussion with Dave Martinez and Pat (calling in just for
In this episode, Jason, Pat, & Truman discuss the Chicago loss, draw in Vancouver, possible 3rd DP, and the upcoming home match against DC United. The crew is also joined by former Empire Supporter Club board member and RBNY fan Corey Vezina.
In this episode, Jason, Pat, & Truman discuss the US Open Cup Loss, the USMNT's World Cup Qualifying, and previews of away matches at Chicago & Vancouver. The crew also delves into Euro 2012 and a Red Bull Rant Bar Crawl.
In this episode, Jason, Pat and Truman discuss the US Open Cup before having on Chuck Vine (@ChuckVine) of The Titan Group (@TheTitanGrp), as well as Lauren Sesselmann (@Lsesselmann) & Karina LeBlanc (@karinaleblanc) of the Canadian Women's Team.