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The Superdraft is upon us! It has never been the major event Major League Soccer would like it to be but there are some good players ready to make the jump and teams like the Earthquakes can find some key pieces. Oz think they can bolster their defense here leaving more money available to sign a goal scoring threat. Can a player like Ben Di Rosa or…
 
As the Major League Soccer offseason grinds on, not much news is coming out of Coleman Avenue. We still don't know if we will be allowed to see our Quakes in person this season, but the players can look forward to an updated pitch at the stadium. After struggling to keep their playing surface together last season, the team upgrades to one of the mo…
 
The expansion draft for Austin FC started saw a couple of familiar faces leave San Jose as Nick Lima and Danny Hoesen were selected by the new team. Now the San Jose Earthquakes front office has a lot of money to throw around and build on this season that ended in the first round of the playoffs. What will they do? Also, the Columbus Crew are the 2…
 
After almost losing its beloved soccer team to a Texas move, the Columbus Crew face the Seattle Sounders in the MLS Final this Saturday. At this point, the Sounders seem like an unstoppable machine, but I think Columbus can ride the emotional high to win their second cup. The Earthquakes also announced a slew of offseason moves that see some belove…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes almost defied the American soccer community by taking Sunday 1st round playoff match into penalties. Nobody outside of Northern California thought the Quakes even had a chance. After a 4th-minute goal from Sportings Roger Espinoza, it looked like most people would be proven correct. But this is 2020, and these are the Matia…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes are back in the playoffs for only the third time since 2012. Exciting for the supporters, but does this team have any chance of beating a Sporting Kansas City squad that went from 11th place in the West last season to 1st this year? If they do, it will not be easy against a team that hasn't given up a goal in three matches.…
 
After a couple of the most grueling season, a soccer supporter can deal with the Matias Almeyda experiment made some progress now that the San Jose Earthquakes are headed back to the MLS playoffs. The 3-2 win against LAFC gave them a playoff spot. It also made the Quakes the Kings of California soccer in 2020. The final cherry on top was that win a…
 
The Quakes late-season rally made a stop in Carson and ended with a 4-0 smashing of the LA Galaxy, who are in terrible shape. Womp womp. They followed that effort with a home draw against Western Conference-leading Seattle Sounders, which saw the Quakes get the better scoring chances. You know it was bad when all Sounders fans could do was complain…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes three-game winning streak faces its biggest challenge when they head to Oregon to face Portland Timbers. Giovanni Savarese has his team playing some of the best soccer in MLS, while Matias Almeyda is looking for revenge after an embarrassing 6-1 loss at home to this same team.…
 
Just when I think the San Jose Earthquakes can't get any worse, they beat LAFC for the first time and completely redeemed themselves. Well, actually, they have a long way to go before we talk about redemption, but that last-minute win felt bigger than a regular season match. Up next are a couple of teams struggling to find their rhythm back in San …
 
The Quakes have never beat LAFC, and last week in Los Angeles, they were humbled again by the pesky newcomers. The Quakes then followed that with a dull draw at home against a Colorado Rapids team, they should have dispatched easily. Unfortunately, this is what Quakes fans can continue to expect, with the current ownership group being as uninterest…
 
Last week MLS players joined other athletes across the country and refused to play after the unrest that was going in Kenosha after the police there killed another black man. I support the players and their actions, and I am proud that they used their platform to raise awareness. It is not easy, especially in one of the lowest-paying leagues in the…
 
The Earthquakes made it a lot farther than I expected them to in Orlando. Their usual high paced style was the talk of the tournament and had teams scrambling to come up with a solution. Now that the shortened regular season is going to get back in action Matias Almeyda finds his squad in a playoff spot after a disastrous start to the season. That …
 
The Earthquakes pulled off a stunning comeback victory against the Vancouver Whitecaps, and now they find themselves in the lead of their group in the MLS is Back tournament. Four different players scored for the Quakes, who are currently in an excellent position to move on to the next round. Next up is a Chicago Fire squad that has already beaten …
 
It is starting to look like there will be some version of a soccer tournament in Orlando, so I thought it was an excellent time for a refresher on Quakes history. Electro and Banno from the Movie Power Hour Podcast are my students, and I cover everything from the MLS cups to the best place to drink at Earthquakes Stadium.…
 
As we approach the (possible) restart of the Major League Soccer season the league has released the opponents and dates of the much-anticipated tournament in Orlando. Up first for the Earthquakes is a match-up with a common foe, Seattle Sounders. Can the Quakes who sputtered into the 2020 season make a run in this tournament. Ehhhh…
 
MLS is coming back, which means the Earthquakes are also on their way back. The excitement was too much for me to talk alone in the studio, so I brought on an old friend. Electro from the Electro and Banno Movie Power Hour Podcast steps down from his director chair and put on his cleats and does his best to keep up.…
 
The countries Rice-A-Roni stock is under serious threat after health officials essentially shut down most of the Bay Area. Major League Soccer had already announced that it would postpone its season after only two matches to help contain the spread of Coronavirus, and now the world is left without any sports. The Quakes could use the break after pu…
 
The end of the San Jose Earthquakes regular season was a bitter end to a sweet season by the Bay. But since that tough loss in Portland Quakes fans have been treated with several weeks of positive news. First, the ringleader of the turnaround, Matias Almeyda, announced that he plans to honor his multi-year contract. Then Chris Wondolowski announced…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes rollercoaster makes a final stop in Portland in a must-win situation. If the Quakes find a win to beat the Timbers, they are back in the MLS playoffs if they lose it was still a successful season. The Timbers have struggled at home and are missing a couple of crucial pieces. The Quakes have all their firepower, can they fig…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes are in a battle for their playoff lives, and the task doesn't get any easier as they head down south to face Atlanta United. The black-and-blue have lost their last two matches against tough opponents in Utah and New York, and now they must find a way to get some points or else they may be watching the 2019 playoffs from ho…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes probably have the hardest road to the 2019 MLS playoffs as they face six teams currently in playoff contention in their final six matches. The US Men's National Team was embarrassed in New Jersey but new manager Gregg Berhalter felt that the team actually improved. Watching the Quakes transform this season I have to say I a…
 
I talk about the Quakes slowdown in the last couple of weeks. By slowdown, I mean a draw at home and a 2-1 loss in Colorado which would have been a decent couple of weeks last season. The Western Conference playoff race is getting more interesting by the week so I talk about what the teams around the Quakes are doing and who they face next week. Ca…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes slipped up a bit last weekend against the Columbus Crew, but they still got the point at home. Now they head out to Colorado to play in a stadium that sits over 5,000 feet above sea-level. I get into those topics and also talk about Anibal Godoy's trade to Nashville FC for a sizeable amount of General Allocation Money.…
 
This week the MLS All-Star game went down in Orlando, so not much has happened in Quakes land. I talk about the all-star game and the fascinating skills competition and why I would prefer a weekend of skills competitions instead of a 90-minute match. I also talk about the Quakes upcoming match against Columbus Crew and how dangerous that team is ev…
 
In this episode, I talk about the meteoric rise of the San Jose Earthquakes up the MLS table and why I am done trying to predict their eventual slowdown. I also wonder how Matias Almeyda is doing this with basically the same roster as last season. Finally, I talk about this being a legitimate playoff team and what we can expect with the new MLS pla…
 
Football, Without Hesitation, is back and now we have a studio! After a couple of months searching for a spot to put a studio in one has been located and now I can bring you episodes more frequently. In this episode I talk about the Quakes resurgence and if I believe they can keep this up. I also make fun of LA Galaxy because I can and talk about t…
 
The San Jose Earthquakes continue to get better under new manager Matias Almeyda's new system and are now undefeated in their last four matches after beating FC Cincinnati at Avaya. They are now barely above the playoff line but can they keep this success going all summer? I also talk about this weekends match against another struggling team, New E…
 
After eight weeks of the 2019 MLS season, the San Jose Earthquakes are finally showing what the future can look like in Matias Almeyda's system. Now the question becomes can the Quakes maintain this form or will the league figure out Almeyda's system and find ways to beat it week after week? I think the Quakes are going to continue to surprise peop…
 
This week Nacho is back to talk about the Earthquakes finally getting a win in this young MLS season. Is this a fluke against a team that is struggling or is this the beginning of the new Quakes style. Danny Hoesen gets a start and scores, and the defense gets a clean sheet. We also discuss the Quakes upcoming trip to Houston to take on the Dynamo.…
 
This week I talk about the disastrous game against LAFC and try to find the positive in a bad season so far. I also talk about Portland Timbers coming to Avaya and how they represent the best chance for the Quakes to get some points in this young season.על ידי Salad Bytes Media
 
In this episode, I bring on my old friend and soccer guru Nacho to discuss the first three weeks of the San Jose Earthquakes MLS season. We are more optimistic than other people that have been following this team, but we wonder whether this roster can find the stamina to keep up Matias Almeyda's aggressive system.…
 
Football, Without Hesitation is back! After a long hiatus Oz is back to talk all things San Jose Earthquakes. This episode I talk about the lack of success to start off the 2019 season and why we as fans should be more patient. If Rome wasn't built in a day it sure isn't going to take the Quakes two matches to build themselves up to a decent soccer…
 
In this episode, I talk about the growing trend of frugal ownership across MLS and what it could mean for the league in the future. As a supporter of a team with a frugal owner, this trend is concerning. I also break down an interview Anibal Godoy did with a Spanish newspaper and what it says about this years "unforgettable season".…
 
Well, I guess the way this year has gone any ankle twitch could be considered a groove but the backline is looking better the last three games. I also talk about the All-Star Game, the growing popularity of soccer according to Nielsen, and the end of the transfer window.על ידי Oz
 
In this episode, I talk about how the Quakes newest signings performed during their first two matches with the team. I also get into a breakdown of the standings and shoutout the Quakes for making it easy for new fans to follow along by hanging out at the bottom of the table. Finally, I tell a story about getting a beer at Avaya and being told to s…
 
In this episode, I talk about the Quakes venture to Canada that went not as bad as it could have gone. I ventured north myself from Salinas over to the Quakes viewing party at Jacks Bar and joined a full crowd of fellow supporters. Luckily the drinks were cheap and strong because we needed a lot to deal with another week of the rollercoasters that …
 
In this episode, I do something the Earthquakes can't seem to be able to do, change things that are not working. In order to get back to the goal of introducing people to MLS and the Quakes, I am making the structure of the show much more rigid. The stream of conscious will still flow but it will stick to a couple of points per episode. Welcome to …
 
In this episode, I talk about the NFL's new rule that will fine teams whose players demonstrate during the national anthem and what I think it means for MLS. Will MLS capitalize on the alienation of fans from another league? Probably not seeing that even the biggest MLS matchups can't even get half the TV audience of the great American pastime that…
 
It has been a while since I last released an episode so I decided to do this one a little different. This episode was recorded at XL Publichouse in Oldtown Salinas as the Quakes were taking on Vancouver Whitecaps so if I sound a little distracted I apologize it is rare for the Quakes to not lose on the road.…
 
Last week the Quakes played a friendly which meant the Quakes have only played 180 minutes of MLS soccer in the first month of the season so there isn't much to talk about. However, I did come across an ESPN article about NCAA soccer that lead me down a rabbit hole about soccer and minorities in this country.…
 
As the title of the episode suggests, the Quakes had the second week of the new season free which feels, weird. Luckily, MLS is having one of their hottest runs in CONCACAF Champions League in history so there is plenty to talk about. At one point I also ask the question, "How do partnerships with foreign associations and clubs help the domestic ga…
 
The first week of the season doesn't create too many headlines but the new look Quakes definitely turned some heads. This episode, I talk about the new seating set up at Avaya and why you should spend more time there. Also, I get into the CONCACAF quarterfinal first leg which has a lot of American soccer fans glowing with some even thinking that th…
 
After my own offseason, I am back with more episodes of Football, Without Hesitation. The Quakes come into 2018 almost unrecognizable from a year ago. A new GM, new coach and a stable of new players have me as excited for the season to begin as ever. While this team is still in "rebuild" mode the product on the pitch should be much improved from ye…
 
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