The new Radio MLS podcast discusses some exciting Copa America action, including the 7-0 drubbing that Chile dished out to Mexico.
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Taking in the action from two very different ends of the soccer spectrum in Philadelphia, Sean Maslin finds much work to do to bridge the divides.
Radio MLS returns with a look at the Copa America, Euro 2016, the U.S. Open Cup, USMNT and the War of the Roses.
The latest Radio MLS podcast sees attention turn to the Copa America and the fortunes of Jurgen Klinsmann’s USMNT.
The USMNT has mountain to climb both on and off the park following its opening game loss to Colombia in the Copa America Centenario.
This week’s Radio MLS discusses Owen Coyle’s sacking at the Houston Dynamo and Didier Drogba’s late winner for Montreal Impact against LA Galaxy.
Back Page Football is delighted to boost its audio profile through a new partnership with US based podcast Radio MLS.
Sean Maslin looks at how the promising foundations in the lower tiers of Canadian and U.S. soccer can be leveraged for the benefit of the game as a whole.
Easy access to high profile football leagues is having ramifications for domestic competitions elsewhere across the globe.
Sean Maslin reflects on a tumultuous week for D.C. United and how the rift between club and supporters can be bridged.