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TSS Live!

Dec 16, 2014 No Comments

On Saturday, Dec. 13, TSS took the stage at Coalition Theater in Richmond, Virginia, for the first ever live recording of the show. The crowd were game, getting involved and answering trivia questions to win prizes, and a good time was had by all. Listen to the show above, and if you’re jealous of all […]

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We InterWiki with Matt Kolesky of the London chapter of the American Outlaws, then preview the USMNT vs Colombia friendly by predicting our starting XIs.

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We review the second leg of the DC vs New York MLS playoff game, swing by Le Classique in France, and investigate the etymology of “coming through in the clutch.”

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On the second episode of the newest Total Soccer Show segment, Daryl and Taylor call up Adam Hurrey to discuss his brilliant new book “Football Cliches.” After the interview comes a high-stakes round of the Wikipedia Game, featuring categories from both sides of the pitch.

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We review Manchester City’s 1-0 win over Manchester United and debate Louis van Gaal’s obssession with possession, then look at the MLS playoffs—did Thierry Henry just bury DC United’s season with two passes?

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We spent a long time talking about Sergio Ramos on the new Total Soccer Show, and how everyone only seems to remember his mistakes. Our basic thesis is that Ramos takes risks and gets to the ball first, but everyone only remembers the rare moments when he misses, because they look like horrible errors. The […]

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It’s Koke’s individual highlights versus Chelsea from the 2013-4 Champions League semi-final.

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The TSS podcast review of the game is on the way, but here are the highlights in case you need to catch up.

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As mentioned on the latest pod, cartoon Bart Simpson is funny, mascot Bart Simpson is dead-eyed and scary. Image is from Bart Simpson’s ceremonial signing with Zenit Saint Petersburg.

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When the US plays the Czech Republic on Wednesday, they’ll very likely be up against Watford (and former West Brom) striker Matej Vydra. These highlights suggest Vydra is a) fast, and b) very fast. Expect Vydra to keep John Brooks on his toes.

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