Musa and Ryan reflect on the news that Chelsea is parting ways with Frank Lampard, which broke during recording (1:52), before discussing Manchester United’s win over Liverpool (15:10), Southampton’s win over Arsenal (24:53), and the rest of the FA Cup action. They then head to the Bundesliga (29:26), as Bayern look set for another title, Hertha fired Bruno Labbadia and Michael Preetz, and Gladbach beat Dortmund for the first time in nearly six years. There are roundups of La Liga (44:02), Serie A (51:52), and the WSL (57:48), plus whether Lord of the Rings preempted gegenpressing (60:18).
Frank Gone, Gladbach on Song, and ... Pressing From Aragorn?
Plus, Musa and Ryan do roundups of La Liga, Serie A, and the WSL, and discuss whether ‘Lord of the Rings’ preempted gegenpressing
Joy discusses her radio journey, how she handles the double standards in the industry, working with Colin Cowherd, and the national perspective of Chicago sports
The second installment in Brian Phillips’s series chronicling the most iconic goals in the history of the World Cup belongs to soccer’s "original" Ronaldo
Ian and Ryan discuss Liverpool’s draw with Crystal Palace, Manchester United, and Jamie Bynoe-Gittens’s first Bundesliga goal