A hammering at the hands of Argentina is big on the agenda on the new Radio MLS podcast as the lads debate coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s future.
Posts Tagged ‘Copa America’
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.
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.
Ellis King explores how Peru have turned their fortunes around under the recently-appointed Ricardo Gareca.
The change in leadership of the Brazilian national team led to a large scale overhaul of the squad, Ellis King assesses what has changed in the Brazil camp.
With Copa America 2015 under a week away Ellis King identifies the most influential attacker each nation has to offer.
James Hunt looks at a side hoping for big things at next year’s World Cup.
It’s a very shorthanded Hold the BackPage this week with only Tom and Neil present but the lads do their best to get through all the Copa America and transfer news before looking forward to a new season of Fantasy Football.
Andrew Murray speaks about the Brazil side which has so far failed to impress in the 2011 Copa America, and believes Mano Menezes’ side is finally beginning to activate.