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
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
The Bakery is back and better than ever. We ask four burning questions in our Premier League quickie, plus a new segment on the best and worst of the league that we’ve seen this month. Then Dustin covers the state of La Liga and Barca’s dominance thus far. We take a critical look at Video
We are back with another episode of the pod to discuss all the big soccer transfer moves from January including our winners and losers of the window. We take a quick look at next week’s Champion’s League Round of 16 matchups. Plus the State of The Table in the Premier League including our picks for
Most domestic leagues took a break over Christmas, but the Premier League pressed on through the holidays cramming 40 fixtures into a two week span. And now that January has arrived the mid-season transfer window is officially open. A couple big names have already been snapped up with more fireworks to come as the month
We’ve hit the busy season of the Premier League season, but that hasn’t stopped Manchester City from tearing through the rest of the league with impunity. They haven’t lost yet and they don’t appear to have intentions to do so any time soon. Their only blemish is a draw to Everton in August. Since we last did
We’re back on this International break weekend to discuss EPL and La Liga title races with a third of the season in the books. Can Barcelona be caught? Are Manchester City already champs? We also choose which of the other EPL’s top 6 teams will miss out on a European tournament next season. This weekend
Our Champions League preview of the Tottenham Real Madrid group stage game turned into a 90-minute romp through world soccer including Man City’s early dominance in the Premier League, Madrid’s points deficit in La Liga, UEFA’s recent announcement of the Nations League Cup, and of course a quick word on U.S. men’s national team missing