I was screaming at the top of my lungs. Not in the away stands in Amsterdam with the Spurs fans that made the trip from England, nor in a Tottenham bar with a mass of blue and white-clad fans gathered together to guzzle pints and hope for a miracle. No, I was in my basement
Fear and Loathing At M&T Bank Stadium It was hot as shit. That’s all I really remember if I’m being honest. My memory of the day is sitting in the lower bowl of M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. We were behind the goal under direct sunlight, well over an hour before kick-off. I was almost
With five short days to go before the Premier League transfer deadline comes to a close, we hop back in the saddle to discuss what has been a surprisingly muted transfer window thus far outside of Liverpool’s best efforts to load up for a run at the champs. We talk notable moves from the Prem,
The best World Cup of our lifetime has just ended. We’re sad it’s gone but excited to rehash a month filled with amazing soccer that won’t soon be forgotten. We start with Sunday’s final in Moscow between France and Croatia and work our way backwards through the rest of the tournament touching on the best
We did what any reasonable soccer fan would do after a Cup final by recapping the highlights and lowlights of a memorable yet slightly dissatisfying Champions League Final in Kiev.
On Episode 43 of the pod, we’re joined by our friend Diego, a Liverpool superfan and sad Peru supporter (We’ll explain why in the World Cup segment). This week we cover a lot of ground. We give out our Premier League superlatives including Player, Coach and Goal of the Year and best and worst signings.
It’s official – WENGER OUT will finally come to pass. On Episode 42 we go deep on soon-to-be-replaced Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger who has spent past 22 years guiding the Gunners to seven FA Cup titles, three Premier League titles and countless Champions League appearances. Speaking of UCL, we discuss Real Madrid’s defeat of Bayern
Is it wickedness? Is it weakness? You decide. The 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced Monday, highlighting some of the most important journalism from the last year. From The Washington Post uncovered the allegations of sexual harassment of teenage girls against Senate candidate Roy Moore. Rachel Kaadi Ghansah profiled Dylann Roof, the murderer from Charleston, South
We had to hop back on the mic for an emergency episode to talk about the unexpected drama and insanity of the Champions League quarterfinal leg 2 fixtures on Tuesday and Wednesday. Juventus’ failed comeback, the foul, Buffon’s blowup, Ronaldo’s physique, Roma’s unthinkable turnaround, Barca’s destruction and much, much more.
Much like the unforgettable debut of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the MLS, we’re back with another historic episode of The Bakery podcast – Episode 40! This week we talk give our Hot Loaf/Stale Bread awards – the teams we think are playing exceptionally well or exceedingly poorly in the past few weeks. Then we discuss the