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Two Americans (Kyle and Justin) dive deep into the world of the English Premier League. Listen here for our take on the world's top soccer / football league, match week reviews, analysis and a fair share of hot takes. We'll be covering all Premier League teams including Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and even clubs like West Bromwich Albion. Oh, and there's beer involved.
 
English Premier League soccer betting projections, analysis and picks using advanced soccer ratings and data. The show uses scaled Squawka performance scores in an agile way to predict true betting odds. Squawka uses play by play data from OPTA. The show also uses the Clear Data Sports SpotterCutter and the IBM Watson Analytic tool to assist in a detailed statistical breakdown for selected matches on the EPL betting card.
 
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Christine Cupo from the Juventibus Twitch stream makes her debut appearance on The Total Soccer Show to discuss the season so far for Juventus. She tackles the burning questions, like... Was there complacency from the start of the season? Should the club have parted ways with Sarri and why had things become so untenable? Who deserves the largest sh…
 
Pep's Man City win their 3rd Premier League title in 4 years; the champions' player of the season; Barca, Bayern or City—which has been Pep's most impressive job?; West Brom and Fulham are relegated; Chelsea and Leicester earn massive wins to come within touching distance of Top 4 finishes; the data nerds' Top 4 chances.…
 
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable, we discuss the clubs that will most likely finish in the Champions League places, what the perception of Brendan Rodgers will be if his side fall short in the league and FA cup final, if Premier League fans get excited about other English clubs making it to European finals, what the future looks like for the L…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam are joined by The Athletic's Felipe Cárdenas for a fascinating discussion about Felipe's recent story, titled "The battles for control through Atlanta United’s rapid ascent and sudden backslide". Why has Atlanta United fallen off over the last few seasons? Why didn't they hire Marcelo Bielsa when…
 
Paul Tenorio is back on the show (in a non-Allocation Disorder fashion) to discuss the Columbus Crew rebrand and why the folks in charge assume changing a logo means more butts in seats. We take a look at the process that led to the rebrand, why Crew ownership thought it was necessary, and where we go from here. Plus, the team that did rebranding r…
 
The mistake from Jorginho that gifted Arsenal victory could very well be ominous. With a top four battle on their hands, a FA Cup final, and a Champions League final to be played, let's remember that Chelsea hasn't won anything just yet. Their season could very well end up in flames. LINK TO FULL EPISODE Euro Tournament Rules The league will be clo…
 
It’s listener question time! Ryan, Taylor, and Joe combine to answer your lovely inquiries, ranging from under-the-radar Americans who we might see at the Gold Cup, to which active Premier League players are future hall-of-famers, to why fans on non-Big Six clubs should be glad that the Super League isn’t happening, to so much more. You can find th…
 
Joe and Taylor discuss Gregg Berhalter's provisional roster for the Concacaf Nations League Finals this summer, and then it's on to discussing some of the most interesting performances by USMNT-eligible players around the world (aka - in North America and Europe). Players discussed: 1) Brenden Aaronson (Red Bull Salzburg) 2) Christian Pulisic (Chel…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to discuss the biggest games of the weekend! And Graham’s OnlyFans account! -Man City vs Chelsea: The Champions League dress rehearsal didn’t go well for Man City, who saw the game turn when Sergio Aguero decided to do his Ademola Lookman penalty tribute. -Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid: A vital game in the Liga titl…
 
Sergio Aguero made a mess of a Panenka penalty as Chelsea ensured Manchester City must wait a little longer to wrap up the Premier League title by fighting back to earn a dramatic win at Etihad Stadium. After City having lost in the FA Cup to Chelsea and now this loss, perhaps Chelsea have City's number? EPLpod’s Euro Cup deadline is June 10th at n…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam use this Saturday’s edition of El Tráfico a jumping-off point for a discussion about roster building cycles in MLS (which is something that LAFC is dealing with right now), club rebuilds (which is something that the Galaxy are dealing with right now), the challenges of selling players mids…
 
Taylor is joined by Transfermarkt's Manuel Veth to discuss the managerial key party that is the Bundesliga coaching situation. We get into what Germany will look like this summer in Jogi Lowe's final outing (and where he might go from here), how Bayern got their man in Julian Nagelsmann but still have a lot to figure out if they want to make sure h…
 
A number of Real Madrid fans criticized Eden Hazard after he was seen laughing with Chelsea’s players following his team’s Champions League semi-final defeat at Stamford Bridge. Special Guest Paul and The Legend discuss! LINK TO THE FULL POD! EPLpod’s Euro Cup deadline is June 10th at noon EST. FPL Rules The league will be closed off on June 10th a…
 
Ryan, Graham, and Joe team up to talk Champions Leagues! First, it's some UEFA Champions League chat with discussion of Chelsea vs. Real Madrid and Manchester City vs. PSG. Just how good was Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea team against Madrid? Has Pep been reading a Diego Simeone biography? And what's the deal with an all-English UCL Final? Then, it's on t…
 
Manchester United vs. Liverpool is postponed after Manchester United supporters protesting the club's owner broke stormed Old Trafford; Leicester and Chelsea edge closer to a Top 4 finish; the relegated sides are virtually confirmed; West Ham keep their Top 4 dreams alive; Bale rolls back the years with a hat trick; FiveThirtyEight's Top 4 predicti…
 
Meg Linehan of The Athletic is back on the show to discuss this weekend's NWSL Challenge Cup Final, as well as her thoughts on some of the best offseason moves in the league. Plus, which teams are looking strong (or as strong as ever) and which teams still have some work to do! There's also Taylor attempting to get Meg to make Olympic roster predic…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham discuss the weekend’s biggest games—including the one that didn’t actually take place! Manchester Utd vs. Liverpool: the biggest fixture in English soccer was postponed following protests from Red Devils fans aimed at their absentee owners. What exactly happened at Old Trafford, and what will follow? La Liga title race: Atle…
 
Manchester United’s game with Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday was postponed after a planned peaceful protest outside the stadium by fans angry with the club’s owners. Will this spark other similar protests throughout the country? Mike and Special Guest Paul discuss. EPLpod's Euro Cup deadline is June 10th at noon EST. FPL Rules The league will …
 
Taylor, Adam Snavely, and Joe team up to answer your listener questions and talk CCL! We start out with CCL and try to get to the bottom of what on earth happened last night between the Columbus Crew and Monterrey and the Portland Timbers and Club América. Then, it’s on to the questions! 1) What can we expect from Bayern Munich under Julian Nagelsm…
 
From an ownership perspective, the remaining four clubs in the Champions League are repugnant. Three out of the four are from the dirty dozen, with three of the clubs being owned by oppressive dictators. But which club is the the most morally insidious and which club is the least morally reprehensible? Mike and Paul discuss! LINK TO FULL EPISODE…
 
Joe, Ryan and Taylor have assembled to indirectly discuss the filmography of Christopher Nolan... but also to break down this week's Champions Leagues games! 1) PSG v Manchester City: why was one half so good for PSG and the other was, erm, the opposite? 2) Real Madrid v Chelsea: what was Tuchel's tactical approach and how did Real Madrid calm thin…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam discuss some of MLS’s competitive balance issues, spending disparity, and a handful of roster rules. Then it’s on to a conversation about the Galaxy and Chicharito’s hot start, Atlanta United vs. the Philadelphia Union in CCL, and much, much, much more from around the world of MLS. Sponsors! Hein…
 
Taylor and Joe chat about how a number of young American players, based both domestically and abroad, fared this past weekend. Just how good was Cade Cowell against FC Dallas on Saturday? What's up with Reggie Cannon at Boavista? How is Yunus Musah doing with Valencia? We talk about all of those things (and discuss many more Americans) before turni…
 
Manchester City win their 4th Carabao Cup in a row as Tottenham's trophyless run goes 13 years; a look at the European Super League's 48-hour collapse; Leicester City and Chelsea close in on a spot for next year's Champions League; Liverpool capitulate against Newcastle; the Leeds v. Manchester United rivalry goes flat; the first two Premier League…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham convene for a look back at the weekend that was! - West Ham vs Chelsea: The Blues dealt a crucial blow to David Moyes in the battle for fourth place with their ‘professional’ (read: ‘slightly boring’) style! - Leeds vs Man Utd: It was honors even at Elland Road, where Marcelo Bielsa appears to have adapted his style to face …
 
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez says the 12 clubs that agreed to join a new European Super League have "binding contracts" and "cannot leave". The Legend and Special Guest Paul discuss what the third iteration of the European Super League will look like.
 
In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we discuss, the fallout from the brief existence of the European Super League, if the "Big Six" will be punished for trying to breakaway, if the recent protests have shown that fans can still have a positive impact on the game at large, if the race for the top four will run to the end of the season, if Hodgson …
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam sift through this week's Super League drama, but from an American soccer & Major League Soccer perspective. How similar is MLS's structure to the Super League's proposed structure? And what does all of this Super League talk mean for MLS? Then, after the Super League discussion, it's on to takeaw…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to answer listener questions—but not before sounding off on the latest updates of the demise of the European Super League! Topics include: the most impactful signing of the season, the use of VAR in the Premier League and players whose career was ruined by a huge mistake! Sponsors! SoFi! For facts, analysis, and upd…
 
It has been a crazy few days for European football. The biggest, richest clubs on the continent quit the Champions League, then returned, humiliated and apologetic in less than 48 hours. The Legend speaks to author James Montague of The Billionaires Club about the calamity that was wrapped up in a farce. FULL EPISODE HERE…
 
With the European Super League now appearing to be dead in the water, Adam Snavely joins Taylor to discuss where things stand and how we got to this point. Plus, we try to get to the bottom of some big questions, like why did the owners ever think this would ever go well, what will happen next, how severe will any potential punishments be, what mig…
 
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