If we had a soccer time machineā€¦ // Sep 29 2011

Posted on September 30th, by Daryl in Soccer Podcasts. 3 comments


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If you had a soccer time machine, which team would you go back and see in person? You get one club team and one national team. After that the time machine runs out of time machine juice. Or something. That was the scenario faced by the four Total Soccer Show co-hosts who gathered in studio to debate which teams they would go back and watch.

Here is who each of us picked:

Club Teams

Peyton – Celtic 1966/67 European Cup winning team:

Albert – Arrigo Sacchi’s Milan:

Josh – 1977 Cosmos, featuring Pele:

Daryl – Diego Maradona at Napoli, 1984 to 1991:

Taylor – Manchester United 1968, George Best + Denis Law + Bobby Charlton = European Cup:

National Teams

Peyton – Brazil 1958, with Pele and Garrincha:

Albert – England 1990, especially Paul Gascoigne and that semi-final vs West Germany:

Josh – US MNT ’89, with Paul Caligiuri’s … Read More »

Henry Kissinger: Soccer Fan

Posted on June 27th, by Daryl in Blog. No Comments

Henry Kissinger is a soccer fan. But not just any old soccer fan. The former US Secretary of State is the only person in American history to actively use his political power to advance the cause of soccer in America. So whatever else he did while in office [cough, Cambodia] he’s more than deserving of his place in the 361 Hall of Fame for services to soccer. Listen below to find out what Henry Kissinger has done for soccer over the years:

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