Some Canadian Guys Talking About Soccer, Episode #2

Yes, we’ve gone and done it. On today’s show, we ramble about the firing of Dale Mitchell, complain about the crumminess of yesterday’s Toronto/Columbus match and make some borderline-defamatory statements concerning this weekend’s World Cup qualifying matches in the CONCACAF zone. Plus we explain the term “Frankie Nicaraguan beach punch” on a new segment called Stupid Soccer Stories and we touch on all sorts of soccer-related crap in our new Promotion/Relegation roundup.

We also kiss the asses of the It’s Called Football crew on about 43 separate occasions.

Give it a listen, let us know what you think, and check out the show notes for some web links relevant to the content of this episode.

Pressed for time? At least listen to the best four-minute soccer story on the Internet: the origins of the Frankie Nicaraguan Beach Punch.

Some Canadian Guys Talking About Soccer, Episode #2

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8 Responses to “Some Canadian Guys Talking About Soccer, Episode #2”

  1. FUCK HONDURAS

  2. It's Called Football Says:

    I second Chris’ statement.

  3. You guys are working hard tonight, I see.

  4. I don’t get the Jamie-Rogen thing. You’re all on crack.

  5. What happened to the overly excited soccer commentators talking about everyday stuff? Kidding guys, another great podcast!

    By the way, Trinidad is my favourite soccer squadron!

  6. Rogen was on Letterman tonight, and the similarity is there, but not that close.

    Good job on the podcast. It seems I’m the only soccer blogger in the country not twittering or podcasting by this point. Lo-fi.

  7. Don’t worry Jon, Stretty Sam is still on the lo-fi train with ya.

  8. Keep holding on there Jon – don’t go to the dark side of twittering 🙂

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