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Episode 252: This week Mike, Jon and J.R. look at the exciting results from the first week of the 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs. In the second segment, Benedict Rhodes from Waking the Red joins the guys to help given a northern perspective on TFC and their approach to Wednesday’s Eastern Conference Semi-Final. Make sure you listen to the “Dome Out” mon ...…
 
Episode 251: As the 2019 MLS Regular Season comes to a close Mike, Jon and J.R. discuss some of the best players for NYCFC and get some fan feedback mixed into the conversation. Mike also headed out to NYCFC training and recorded the media interviews with Ismael Tajouri-Shradi and Domenec Torrent.By Blue City Radio: NYCFC Podcast Hosts.
 
Episode 250: NYCFC’s season finale didn’t go as planned in Chester, PA. The plan was to finish the season strong and healthy. While the Boys In Blue earned the three points defeating the Union 2-1, they suffered injuries to Heber and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi along the way. Luckily, Dome and the training staff have 17 days to get the team fully fit ...…
 
Episode 249: NYCFC stumbled in New England on Sunday, but that’s nothing new. NYCFC has only one win and one draw in their five previous trips to Gilette Stadium. The 2-0 loss to the would keep NYCFC from earning the first place spot in the eastern conference, but only for a short time as Columbus Crew would pitch in and defeat Philadelphia sec ...…
 
Episode 248: NYCFC traveled down to Frisco, TX for their game Sunday versus FC Dallas. While the team seemed to be turning the corner on the injury front with recent positive reports on Heber, Sands, Scally and Moralez they would leave the Lone Star state with a few more questions to ask as Anton Tinnerholm and Texas native Keaton Parks would b ...…
 
Episode 247: NYCFC increased their lead in the Eastern Conference with an impressive victory over San Jose. The Earthquakes brought their unique style to Yankee Stadium, but Dome Torrent and the Boys In Blue were ready. This week Mike, Jon and J.R. look back the game from Saturday. The guys breakdown the key plays and bring you the post game au ...…
 
Episode 246: Another Thursday episode for Blue City Radio. This week Mike and J.R. talk about the big story from the two games, VAR. Dylan Butler from MLSSoccer.com and Pro Soccer USA joins the show to discuss his time as the media pool reporter covering NYCFC. The guys also look at the upcoming schedule and where they think NYCFC will place at ...…
 
Episode 245: NYCFC got three points on their away trip to Vancouver, but it could prove to be a costly three points as the fulcrum for the team’s early turn around, Heber, left the match in the tenth minute complaining about tightness in his right quadriceps. This week Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen talk about the game, the lack of defensive options ...…
 
Episode 244: It’s been a crazy week for NYCFC. Cincinnati away, Columbus home and then Red Bull. A great rebound from the loss in Atlanta. This week Mike, Jon and J.R. look back at the home leg of the 2019 Hudson River Derby. To help tell the story the guys welcome Shep Messing to the show. There’s also post game audio from Heber, Rocha, Mackay ...…
 
Episode 243: NYCFC played two games since our last episode winning both of them. Taty Castellanos proved to be the fulcrum in both victories scoring a brace versus Cincinnati and the lone goal in the game versus Columbus. This week Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen look back at the two wins versus lower table Eastern Conference opponents. In the episod ...…
 
Episode 242: NYCFC would play two very different games this week. Thursday evening at home Dome Torrent’s choices and game plan lead to a dominant performance against Houston. Sunday afternoon NYCFC would head south to the comfort a dome stadium in Atlanta and get dominated. Mike, Jon and J.R. take a look at the two games, both as a unit, and i ...…
 
Episode 241: NYCFC once again failed to beat Real Salt Lake despite taking an early lead. Does this sound like 2017 all over again? It wasn’t Ugo Okoli getting the fourth minute goal this time, but rather captain Alex Ring with a left-footed laser past Nick Rimondo. Unfortunately for NYCFC, Ring would lead the team in shots as the rest of the o ...…
 
Episode 240: NYCFC disposed of another western conference opponent this week defeating Sporting KC 3-1 at Yankee Stadium. This week Mike, Jon and J.R. take a look at NYCFC’s midfield as Alex Ring shifted roles and took control of the game for the home side. We also hear from Anton Tinnerholm, Sean Johnson and Alex Ring post game. For the last s ...…
 
Episode 239: Bad weather caused a delay on Saturday for NYCFC and Colorado, so it’s only fitting that bad weather on Monday (7/22) caused an interruption to this podcast. This week Mike, Jon, J.R. and Mike Allen look back at the errors that almost cost NYCFC 3 points in Denver. They also talk about the positives. In the second segment Mike gets ...…
 
Episode 238: It is upsetting when the referees, the ones there to maintain control and ensure the laws are the followed, don’t themselves know the laws of the game. That is what happened on Sunday evening in Red Bull Arena as NYCFC fell 2-1 to Red Bull. This week’s episode kicks off with an interview with filmmakers Gregory Jenkins and Damisi R ...…
 
Episode 237: For the fourth time in eight tournaments, the US Women’s National Team took the trophy home as World Cup Champions. The final in Lyon, France was a hard fought battle against the reigning champions of Europe, but the US with all the pressure on them rose to the challenge. This week Mike, Jon and J.R. open the show talking about the ...…
 
Episode 236: NYCFC welcomed first place Philadelphia Union to Yankee Stadium last week. Dome Torrent chose a defensive plan to face the potent Union attack and that plan failed early. Lucky for NYCFC, Torrent also had a back up plan, go back to the formation that has been working for the team for the past eight games. Mike, Jon and J.R. take a ...…
 
Episode 235: This week the NYCFC talk from the guys bookends some discussion about the Women’s World Cup happening in France and the Concacaf Gold Cup happening in the United States. Mike, Jon and J.R. begin by talking about how NYCFC’s newest winger will affect the line up and player’s minutes going forward. They also look at the USWNT perform ...…
 
Episode 234: NYCFC finally had a commanding victory at the hands of MLS debutantes FC Cincinnati. The boys in blue scored all seven goals in a 5-2 affair with the result never coming into question after NYCFC took an early 3-0 lead before the first 30 minutes expired. This week Mike, Jon and J.R. look at the positives and even struggle to find ...…
 
Episode 233: The World Cup kicked off Friday with host nation, France, beating South Korea 4-0. The US Women don’t play their first match until Tuesday, so that’s plenty of time for you to check out our World Cup preview episode. Trey Fillmore from Blue Balls Podcast joins me, or more accurately hosts me in his studio for the episode. Together ...…
 
Episode 232: We kickoff this week’s episode with the celebration of Liverpool’s Champions League victory. Long time listeners are all too well versed on Jon Sauerschell’s love for the club, so he gets the ball rolling with his account of experiencing those moments from Saturday. Then Mike, Jon and J.R. breakdown the game versus Columbus from Sa ...…
 
Episode 231: NYCFC under Dome Torrent had gone 30 games with 29 different lineups and while injuries, suspensions and international absences were always factors, Torrent’s inability to settle on a system was most influential. Earlier this seaon, Torrent found his ideal formation for the squad both at home and on the road as the team went on a s ...…
 
Episode 230: Chris Wondolowski not only broke Landon Donovan’s Goal Scoring record, he shattered it. The San Jose forward put four in past a porous Chicago Fire defense on Saturday. The guys talk about that record and Wondo’s legacy in the game. In the second segment Fox Sports Analyst and Sirius XM host, Tony Meola, joins the show to discuss a ...…
 
Episode 229: This week NYCFC continued its month long road trip with a journey to LA and that trip came at just the right time as the Galaxy have been struggling to find their early season mojo. The LA squad was also playing their second game this week after losing 3-1 away at Columbus. Mike, Jon and J.R. are joined by Ivan (@110by70) to discus ...…
 
NYCFC began their four game road trip with a dominant performance against a weakened Montreal Impact last Saturday in Stade Saputo. The Boys in Blue continue to demonstrate a more solid understanding of Dome Torrent’s newly adapted system. The team improved both on the attack creating two goals and countless chances while also holding the Impac ...…
 
Episode 227: Is three games enough to demonstrate an understanding of philosophy? Mike, Jon and J.R. look back the last week and discuss the two home games. They also discuss what seems to be working for NYCFC and where some of the biggest holes remain.By Blue City Radio: NYCFC Podcast Hosts.
 
Episode 226: Minnesota United is living large. Their new building, Allianz Field is stunning. The 19,000 plus stadium is pure eye candy. It is a short train ride from the heart of downtown. It sits on the side of an interstate. 96 tap bar, need I say more? Luckily for NYCFC fans, the team played their best offensive game of the season. Taty Cas ...…
 
NYCFC head off to Minnesota to help Minnesota United christen their new stadium. While it might not be intentional, there’s no bigger slap in the face to NYCFC after last week’s field fiasco with the Yankee Stadium infield than to have them play the inaugural game at Allianz Field. This preview episode features audio clips from Anton Tinnerholm ...…
 
Episode 224: In what is quickly becoming the oddest year for NYCFC the club left Yankee Stadium embarassed. Not only were they unable to score against a team that the previous week had conceded seven goals to Sporting Kansas City, they also held a man advantage for twenty plus minutes, but worse than all was the condition on the pitch. NYCFC an ...…
 
Episode 223: On the bright side NYCFC’s newest player arrived in New York on Friday. On the negative side, it might not be enough to fix NYCFC’s woes. It was a game where the team looked devoid of structure and played as individuals. Mike, Jon, J.R. and Mike Allen look at the game from Friday and because the team played as individuals, they dis ...…
 
Episode 222: It might be a few games before he is on the team sheet, but by all accounts NYCFC have the last piece of their 2019 puzzle with the signing of Brazilian striker, Heber Araujo dos Santos. Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen discuss the impact of the new acquisition on NYCFC. Then they welcome Charlie O’Connor-Clarke from Waking The Red to pre ...…
 
Episode 221: LAFC and their supporters rolled large into New York this past weekend. Carlos Vela’s brace was enough to secure a point for the away side. NYCFC fans got to see more of the brilliance of their newest Designated Player as Alexandru Mitrita scored a beauty goal to give the home side a lead in the first half, but it would be a lead t ...…
 
Episode 220: Sean Johnson had to come up big for NYCFC in the 2019 Home Opener. The keeper knotted three saves for the Cityzens as DC United would use their quick passing to create chances. James Sands made his second straight start helping to stifle the attack of Wayne Rooney and Luciano Acosta. Mike, Jon and J.R. do their best to get to your ...…
 
Episode 219: The 2019 MLS Season is upon us. NYCFC took to Orlando and much like the 2015 season, they took a lead and conceded late to settle for a draw. This year the team is lead by midfielder captain, Alex Ring. It is obvious that the team still needs to iron out some wrinkles, but one thing was proven on Saturday, Alexandru Mitrita is the ...…
 
Episode 218: The season is here. Now is a time for optimism and excitement. But if you only get your opinions from the analysts at MLS Studios you might be pretty sour about NYCFC’s chances to make the season worth watching. Mike, Jon and J.R. take a look at the Nashville tune up from last Friday. They also welcome Gavin Ewbank from The Orlando ...…
 
Episode 217: Only two more preseason games remain for NYCFC before the 2019 campaign kicks off. As we await the new season, Mike, Jon and Mike welcome The Dummy Run on the show to preview the season and to discuss the newest site to join the NYCFC landscape Theoutfield.org. The guys also look at some of the more contentious spots on the field f ...…
 
Episode 216: Preseason is in full swing and NYCFC have signed their third DP. Alexandru Mitrita joined the club in Abu Dhabi on Monday taking the team’s final DP slot for 2019. Mike, Jon, J.R. and Mike Allen discuss the new signing and his role on the club. In the second segment, Ray Selvadurai, the Director of Coaching from Manhattan Soccer Cl ...…
 
Episode 215: As the NYCFC pre-season picture becomes a little bit clearer Blue City Radio starts to look further ahead into the 2019 season. Mike, Jon and J.R. talk about the preseason trip to Abu Dhabi. They also look at the potential impact of the draftees and discuss the signing of midfielder Keaton Parks on loan from Benifica. In the middle ...…
 
Episode 214: It’s beginning to feel like soccer season. The MLS released the 2019 Regular Season schedule today. Mike and J.R. are joined by Joe Amato from Dudes In Blue to look into some of specifics for NYCFC.By Blue City Radio: NYCFC Podcast Hosts.
 
Episode 213: Here it is. In it’s raw beauty, Blue Christmas 2018. With a huge thanks to Gabila’s Knishes, Blue City Radio host, Mike Anderer was joined by Trey Fillmore, Nick Chavez and Anthony Merced and a live active audience at Ryan’s Daughter for a live show to close out the 2018 NYCFC season. Enjoy, have fun and we will see you all next year.…
 
Episode 212: December 8, 2018 will always be a special moment in MLS history. 73,019 fans witnessed the game live, millions more watched on TV. This was a truly remarkable event. Mike Anderer welcomes soccer writing legend and a veteran of every MLS Cup final from the press box, Michael Lewis (@soccerwriter) to discuss the game from Saturday in ...…
 
Episode 211: It has been a whirlwind of a week as the MLS season comes to a close Saturday evening with MLS Cup. In the midst of all of that anticipation and excitement NYCFC released it’s 2019 Roster updates and in a very heartfelt ceremony said goodbye to the Captain. At the same time, the buzz around US Soccer grew as Gregg Berhalter was off ...…
 
Episode 210: If you’ve listened to the show in the past you already know the levelof admiration the hosts heap upon David Villa. That praise is reflected in this week’s episode as Mike and J.R. welcome Anthony Merced from Dudes In Blue on the show to discuss the original Designated Player for NYCFC, David Villa. The guys also take a brief look ...…
 
Epsiode 209: Wow, on the positive side, it’s difficult to recall a game with as much energy as the Second Leg match in Atlanta. But also Wow, it’s difficult to recall a game that was as disappointing to experience. NYCFC went down to Georgia looking make a deal and they came up empty-handed. The team was forced into errors and Atlanta United ca ...…
 
Episode 208: Yes, the title of the episode is a tribute to Freddy Mercury and Queen. With the recent release Bohemian Rhapsody it seemed very fitting. NYCFC find themselves once again, under pressure after a poor Leg 1 match in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. This week Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen look back the 1-0 loss at the hands of Atlanta ...…
 
Episode 207: Credit to Mike Coniaris (a name easier to spell than pronounce) for the title, but the tongue in cheek joke is appropriate. NYCFC for the first time in club history has won a playoff round. So in essence, Torrent accomplished something that Vieira failed to do in his two post-season attempts. This week Mike, J. R. and Nick Chavez b ...…
 
Episode 206: NYCFC played their best game in well over two months and possibly longer. The team played as a unit for the first time in a long time and from that NYCFC supporters should feel more confident heading into the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs. But many are also still baffled by some of the decisions of Head Coach Domenec Torrent. On Sunday Tor ...…
 
Episode 205: One thing that NYCFC has succeeded in accomplishing is the identity of a team that finishes the regular season poorly. That has not translated into Post-season success. Dome Torrent hopes that his team can turn around the narrative as they face off against Philadelphia Union on Decision Day. This week’s preview episode includes int ...…
 
Episode 204: Here’s a challenge for you. Attend a soccer match, analyze it, hop into your car and then discuss the game with a friend while driving on a highway for two hours. That’s what co-host Mike Anderer attempted to accomplish on Sunday evening. In this week’s episode J.R. deBart handles the hosting duties while Mike weaved his way up the ...…
 
Epsiode 203: NYCFC along with fellow partners of the NYC Soccer Initiative opened the next 10 soccer mini-pitches across the Five Boros. The day was headlined by a ribbon cutting in the South Bronx that brought all the partners together, but more importantly, brought the kids out to play. This week’s episode Mike and J.R. discuss the Soccer Day ...…
 
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