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Two Americans (Kyle and Justin) dive deep into the world of the English Premier League. Listen here for our take on the world's top soccer / football league, match week reviews, analysis and a fair share of hot takes. We'll be covering all Premier League teams including Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and even clubs like West Bromwich Albion. Oh, and there's beer involved.
 
English Premier League soccer betting projections, analysis and picks using advanced soccer ratings and data. The show uses scaled Squawka performance scores in an agile way to predict true betting odds. Squawka uses play by play data from OPTA. The show also uses the Clear Data Sports SpotterCutter and the IBM Watson Analytic tool to assist in a detailed statistical breakdown for selected matches on the EPL betting card.
 
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The European Super League bombshell, what the future of the game could look like and what it all means. Twelve founding clubs — Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal — announce their intent to break from UEFA competitions like the Champ…
 
In this club segment, we speak with @SteveMcGookin about Tottenham's sacking of Jose Mourinho, what led to the decision just days before the Carabao Cup, the high and low points of Mourinho's tenure, what impact this will have on the final Sunday, if Harry Kane is likely to stay for another cycle, potential managerial appointments, Spurs joining th…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to discuss the weekend’s best action—and the story that could redefine the sport: the announcement of the breakaway European Super League. - The European Super League! A fundamental and seismic change to the sport at its highest level might be on the cards, with the announcement of a breakaway league. What does this…
 
European football was hit by a nuclear bomb of greed after new plans for a European super league were revealed that would mean six English clubs – Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham – would join a breakaway competition that would create a caste system in the Premier League. The new Super League would be li…
 
*Disclaimer: This episode was recorded before the official announcements by the European Super League and its founding members* In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss the reported creation of the European Super League including the involvement of Premier League clubs, what it means for the Premier League, and the impact it will have on fo…
 
The Armchair Analyst himself is on the pod to discuss mezcal cocktails and cat ownership... and also the start of the 2021 MLS season. If you missed the chat with Sam Stejskal earlier in the week, scroll down the feed a bit and you'll find it. In this episode, we get into some of the teams that Sam and I didn't get to, including Toronto, Minnesota,…
 
MLS is (almost) back! With the start of the regular season knocking on the door, Paul and Sam make their predictions for the 2021 MLS season. Who’s going to be MVP? What about Homegrown Player of the Year? Which team will win the Supporters’ Shield? Which team will lift MLS Cup? Paul and Sam make those predictions and many, many, many more. Sponsor…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Joe return with analysis on two varieties of Champions League: UEFA and CONCACAF! - Liverpool vs. Real Madrid: Los Blancos took advantage of the Reds’ lack of ‘electricity’ and bolted their way into the semifinals—despite missing several first-choice names. - Borussia Dortmund vs. Man City: Pep is back in the semis! We look at how …
 
The Athletic's Sam Stejskal answers Taylor's many, many questions about the MLS season to come. What's the deal with U22 Initiative (I hope you did your best Seinfeld impression on that one), how will Inter Miami deal with their four DP situation, rosters builds in Austin and Cincinnati, Chicharito's tenure (thus far) with the Galaxy, the problems …
 
Ryan, Graham, and Joe combine to review much of Tuesday's UEFA and Concacaf Champions League action, starting with PSG vs. Bayern and Chelsea vs. Porto over in Europe before heading to Atlanta United vs. Alajuelense and the Portland Timbers vs. Marathón in the United States. UCL+CCL? Who could ask for more? Sponsors! Freshly is offering TSS listene…
 
We celebrate our birthdays with a Jose vs. Ole beef; Manchester United's second half-blitz knocks Spurs' Top 4 hopes; Lingard double leads West Ham past Leicester into 4th; Pep loses to his coaching idol, Marcelo Bielsa; a wild Kai Havertz sighting in Palace thrashing; Alexander Arnold continues response to England snub with late winner. We then ea…
 
Taylor and Joe are back with another Americans Abroad Round-Up! We start out by going deep on Bryan Reynolds' first-ever start for Roma, talking about the ins and outs of his performance, and highlighting things to watch for from Reynolds down the line. Then, it's on to some analysis of a handful of other young U.S. players who saw the field in Eur…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to cast an eye over the biggest matches of the weekend! - Real Madrid vs. Barcelona: Los Blancos triumphed in the rain in a highly entertaining Clasico, but how much does Zinedine Zidane ride his luck? - Tottenham vs. Man Utd: Jose Mourinho’s days in London appear numbered after Spurs dropped points from a winning p…
 
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss Leicester's recent form and it they could yet again miss out on the top four under Brendan Rodgers, if overarching managerial philosophies are better than match-by-match tactics, Wolves' fans relief at reaching safety with their win against Fulham, what to expect from Wolves next season including pot…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dive into Inter Miami’s strange Designated Player situation, talk through various market inefficiencies within MLS, and highlight a pair of big signings in LA and Atlanta. Then, towards the end of the show, they touch on CCL. In case you’re wondering, Paul is still squarely aboard the Portland Ti…
 
Chelsea flounder in the Top 4 race; other sides limp to 4th; Manchester United close in on second; Liverpool's dominance against Arsenal shows Klopp's side can bounce back; we eat our words about Jesse Lingard; Old Jose returns in post-match press conference; Trent Alexander Arnold's England place is at risk for the Euros; where will Aguero go?…
 
Taylor, Ryan, and Joe review the two most recent UEFA Champions League quarterfinal games and talk through some of the CCL action from Wednesday evening. You can find full list of games discussed down below! 1) Bayern vs. PSG 2) Porto vs. Chelsea 3) Toronto FC vs. Léon 4) Philadelphia Union vs. Saprissa Sponsors! Today's show is brought to you by..…
 
Taylor, Graham, and Joe combine their intercontinental minds to review Tuesday's two UEFA Champions League quarterfinals and two of Tuesday night's Concacaf Champions League games! You can find the full list of games discussed down below: 1) Real Madrid vs. Liverpool 2) Manchester City vs. Borussia Dortmund 3) Portland Timbers vs. Marathón 4) Atlan…
 
After watching the tape, Taylor and Joe talk about six young American players who had strong weekends over in Europe! From Daryl Dike's brace for Barnsley to Tyler Adams' shift in central midfield against Bayern Munich, there's plenty of Americans Abroad chat to get to! Here's the full listed of players that we covered on the show: 1) Brenden Aaron…
 
Heath Pearce makes his debut appearance to discuss a wiiiiiiiide variety of topics. We start with his time with the USMNT, including most challenging places to play, the in-camp atmosphere, and the players who were most consistent in national team training. After that, we get into Orange Slices, Heath's new podcast with Mark McKenzie... but also sp…
 
Graham and Taylor review the biggest results from the past weekend, including... West Brom 2 - Chelsea 5: why are we already hearing reports of dust ups and unhappiness from a Chelsea team that have been performing well? Arsenal 0 - Liverpool 3: Arteta sets up to frustrate Liverpool, but ends up annoyed with several of his own players (Dani Ceballo…
 
Mino Raiola and Erling Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge, travelled around Europe meeting with executives and officials of the main clubs interested in the 20-year-old striker earlier this week. In oder to land the striker, the "lucky" club will have to shell out: - €20 million to be paid to Mino Raiola - €20 million to be paid to Alf-Inge Haaland - A wag…
 
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss the recent happenings near the bottom of the table and if it will all come down to Newcastle v Fulham on the final day, who will win the PFA awards for Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year, how many points we think our clubs will pick up during the run-in, Newcastle's impressive performan…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam dish out some perspective and analysis on the U.S. men’s failure to qualify for the Olympics. What does the failure mean for the USMNT? What does it mean for MLS? And what does it mean for the development of the American player? After the Olympics chat, Paul and Sam turn their attention to…
 
It’s listener question timeeeee! On this show, Taylor and Joe answer your lovely questions, ranging from the rigors of Concacaf World Cup Qualifying to the best (and worst) Champions League winners of the last decade to hybrid national teams. You can find the full list of questions down below: 1) Would the United States’ U-23 team have qualified fo…
 
Manchester City reportedly still want to sign Lionel Messi and Erling Haaland this summer in what would be a sensational double transfer swoop. But can they afford it? Can they afford not to do it? The Legend and Special Guest Paul discuss. FULL EPISODE HERE
 
Jon Arnold joins the show to discuss all-things Concacaf. How did Curacao land Guus Hiddink, who will be the next (relatively) unheralded national team to make a run at the Gold Cup, the role that the FIFA scandals has played in the instability at numerous national federations, and much much more! Plus, a group-by-group look at the first round of C…
 
Our old pal returns! The Athletic's Felipe Cardenas is back on the show to discuss the latest news regarding the suspension of Conmebol World Cup Qualifying, plus the present situation with the Colombian National Team (TLDL: Quieroz lasted games). We also discuss Felipe's interview with Peter Sarsgaard (lots of good stuff there) and Gabriel Heinze'…
 
Joe and Taylor spend about an hour discussing the USA's 2-1 loss to Honduras in Olympic qualifying. What was the USA trying to do, how did Honduras nullify that approach so effectively, and why weren't the Americans able to find a way back? We go deep on individual moments, as well as the overall tactical approach and the adjustments made along the…
 
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