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
We’re back with Episode 33 of The Bakery Podcast! We discuss the Premier League, Champions League, injuries, Harry Kane and more.
WE’RE BACK!!!!!!!! Five games into the Premier League season and Dustin and I finally got around to recording a podcast. We talk surprises and disappointments thus far, the big 6, what’s up with Chelsea and Liverpool?, Can Arsenal be saved? And the seemingly inevitable dominance of the Manchester teams. We finish off with some Champions
The United States Men’s National team avoided disaster Tuesday by winning a late draw with Honduras in World Cup qualifying. The U.S. conceded a goal in the 27th minute after midfielder Alexander Lopez laced a point perfect through ball to the foot of Romell Quioto who curled it past a flailing Brad Guzan. 1-0 Honduras.
Matchweek 1 of the 2017/18 Premier League season is in the books! Some outstanding performances by Manchester United, Arsenal and league-newcomer Huddersfield were countered by poor showings from defending champion Chelsea, Crystal Palace, and Newcastle. Dustin and I are back in your ears for the next 90 minutes to discuss how each team performed in
DP and I are back for a new episode of the podcast. We discuss all the transfer completions and rumors plus a review of the Gold Cup final triumph for the USMNT vs. Jamaica. Let’s go!
And just like that the 9 month Premier League sprint has come to an end. We discuss the season as a whole from Chelsea’s triumph to Arsenal’s disappointment while giving out a wide range of rewards including Best Manager, Most Over/Under achieving teams and players, Best Game, Best Goal, Best Player, and of course The
We’re back after a long European holiday, but we’ve reconvened at the perfect time to discuss the Champions League semifinal results and the impending Cup Final in Cardiff on June 3rd. We go on to discuss the Premier League including Chelsea’s league title, Spurs second place finish, the three-team fight (City, Liverpool, Arsenal) for the
Unlike previous legs of this tournament, both of last week’s semifinal games were lacking in any real drama. Real Madrid and Juventus (the favorites I might add) took control of their respective ties against Atletico Madrid and Monaco and dominated from whistle to whistle. Cristiano Ronaldo graced his home fans with three goals, while Gonzalo