New year, new podcast! Ok maybe not totally new, but we had a good time talking about the start of the LigaMX Clausura. We talk Moises and his new life at a poor Chiapas club. Pretty much every America player that has been transferred has not liked the way it was done.
We also gave predictions for both LigaMX and the National team with qualifiers and Confederations Cup. Join us every Wednesday night and listen live around 9pm Central time.
Right after the America v Monterrey game, we got together for another episode of the Dos A Zero podcast. Some good (smack) talk amongst Aguila and Rayado fans on the panel. It was definitely an exciting game at the Azteca. A back and forth affair with 18 shots on goal for each team. This series would definitely be final worthy and some may have to think a bit to remember what are the other teams in the semifinals.
We also discuss the Mexican National Team call up and the Giovanni Dos Santos drama about “declining” the call up. We discuss theories of the unspoken reasons for Gio missing out on the Copa America, taking into account the JCO presser as well as Giovanni at a Head and Shoulders event. Listen in on iTunes and follow us on twitter for the next live episode.
Another fun night of Futbol talk. We discussed, who is most benefitting from the latest success from Giovanni Dos Santos, as well the standouts from the list of 40 players. There was also a segment on morality in Football. Why the need for pregame prayers or post game prayer circles, or t-shirts with I heart Jesus on them.
Listen in on another fun episode of the Dos A Zero podcast.
Alan Pulido has been playing well in Greece and it is still a mystery if he ever will put on the National Team jersey. We talk about his situation and the infamous Pacto de Caballeros in Mexico. We also talk the CCL as we recorded this show during the America v Tigres game. Some thing interesting that came up during the podcast was the idea of Tigres becoming the new Cruz Azul. The SubCampeonisimo. Is this true?
Tune in on Wednesday nights live and on iTunes.
Hello fans. We are back with a Rafa packed podcast, analyzing and discussing the latest comments made by Rafa during a press conference. We have back and forth discussion on wether he was out of line or not. Rafa stated that there is no comparison between Clasicos in Spain/France vs Guadalajara. We take this discussion into the “yo estoy en Europa y tu no” topic. Is Rafa an arrogant fresa, belittling Mexico and Guadalajara, or is he justified by his salty opinion?
I guess you know a bit of what I think. 😉
In Episode 30 we discussed the Chivas streak of wins and if they can maintain this or will they eventually begin to lose and do nothing in Liguilla. We also give some input on this whole FIFA article 19 news on the protection of children in youth transfers. Finally we discuss the foreigners in Mexico, be it coaches or players. Are foreigners expected to have more success than Mexican coaches. What are the differences? This and more on The Dos a Zero podcast!
Tune in every Wednesday night at 9pm central time..
A fun show with some good talk on the state of Chivas and their recent success. Are they back and will they be a challenge the remaining of the season. America used to be in crisis, now they are in the final of the CCL. Tigres has been surpassed by rival, Monterrey, in league standings but proceed to CCL final in an impressive matchup vs America. We even talk about US Womens wage dispute and drama. Tune in for good footy talk and some fun moments.
Another episode in the books. We discuss the successful series vs the Canadian National Team. The upside of Tecatito, CH14, Lozano, as well as the downside of Marco Fabian. The controversy of the Pu*o chant is brought up yet again and will most likely be talked about in the future. No matter what FIFA or the FMF does, we may not see the end of this “yell” anytime soon. We finalize the show talking Jurgen Klinsman and a little bit of US youth soccer. Have a listen here on the site or on Itunes.
We had a good podcast talking about the Clasico Regio and the greater Clasico Nacional. Most are in agreement that America will beat the weakened Chivas. We talked slightly the Clasico Regio as the fresas and tea sipping Monterrey fans enjoyed a good victory over Gignac and company.