JP Dellacamera and Shep Messing talk about the latest going on in the world of soccer, focusing on the American game

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Episode 14: 
Following the news of Jurgen Klinsmann's dismissal by US Soccer, JP & Shep reflect on the German's tenure as head coach of the USMNT, and weigh in on who they think will take his place.



Episode 13:
The hosts talk about Jurgen Klinsmann ahead of his ultimate firing on Monday. Also, what should the NASL do if time runs out for Rayo OKC and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers? Plus, the guys weigh in on the USWNT’s equal wage complaint.


Episode 12:
JP & Shep discuss USMNT from their loss to Mexico and a preview of Tuesday's match against Costa Rica. Then they touch on the New York Cosmos winning another NASL championship and their thoughts on having a golden goal. 



Episode 11:
 Shep retracts his statement about New York City being the world's soccer capital following NYC FC and the Red Bulls' stunning MLS Cup Playoff exits. The guys break down the rest of the MLS playoff picture, as well as the NASL Championship Final between the Indy Eleven and New York Cosmos, and debate Juan Carlos Osorio's fate should Mexico suffer another "Dos a Cero" against USMNT.



Episode 10:
Grant Wahl joins JP & Shep to break down the MLS Cup Playoffs and discuss changing the playoff format. Plus, Shep recounts the time he and Giorgio Chinaglia took his friend, and former teammate, the late, great Carlos Alberto to Studio 54 during the New York City Blackout of 1977.
 

Episode 9: 
Decision Day in the MLS means JP owes Shep a cheese steak. Plus, the guys break down the MLS and NASL playoff pictures, discuss the idea of hosting the UEFA Champions League Final outside of Europe and pick their favorite FIFA World Cup mascots.



Episode 8:
In the latest, the hosts share their thoughts on the golden age of soccer in New York City, they breakdown the MLS and NASL playoff pictures and discuss the veteran stars who've found the fountain of youth in the United States.

 

Episode 7: 
The guys debate the merits of expanding the FIFA World Cup to 48 teams, the problem with MLS travel and whether or not CONCACAF needs to rebrand itself.


Episode 6: In this episode the guys discuss former USMNT head coach Bob Bradley's appointment as new Swansea City head coach, as well as former Barcelona skipper Tata Martino's hiring at Atlanta United. Plus, the guys share their feelings on the Sam Allardyce situation in England and recap the week that was in MLS and the NASL.