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Dwight Burgess served 24 seasons as "The Voice of the Crew" calling Columbus Crew games on radio and television from 1996-2019. Historian and writer Steve Sirk has covered the Crew since 1998, also authoring three books about the club. Listen in as these two longtime friends talk about the Black & Gold, whether it's the current season, the exciting future, or tales and personalities from years gone by in the club's rich history.
 
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The 2008 Columbus Crew was a legendary team. But, that team was immediately and undeniably changed just days after the historic victory in MLS Cup. The Victory celebrations and tough emotions that followed are laid bare in the final chapter of the 2008 season. Hosted by J.D. Smith, and featuring Duncan Oughton, Gino Padula, Danny O'Rourke, Mark McCullers, Steve Sirk, Shawn Mitchell, Neil Sika, and Dave Stephany.
 
The Home Before Dark Podcast Network currently offers the main Home Before Dark show as well as an Atlanta United FC Weekly podcast, both hosted by Kevin Bradley and Tim Herb. With more shows in the pipeline, the Home Before Dark Podcast Network is bringing you all the best Atlanta-based podcast content available today, covering a vast variety of content - video games, movies, television, pop culture, trivia, sports, the arts, and general lifestyle. Home Before Dark hearkens back to a time w ...
 
Two guys who love soccer, beer, and other things (but mostly soccer and beer) discuss everything in the world of soccer. From the biggest games in Champions League to absurdity of the transfer market and the inner workings of U.S. Soccer, if it involves the Beautiful Game, chances are Bone and Beam will talk about it.
 
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Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew beat reporter Jacob Myers, and staff photographer Kyle Robertson on the latest edition of the Soccer Speakeasy podcast. During this episode we discuss the final 2-0 loss against the Chicago Fire FC, talk about how the Crew missed the MLS playoffs this year, and mention how much of this we thi…
 
World Cup winner Gilberto Silva looks ahead to the Copa Libertadores final between Flamengo and Palmeiras. Also on the programme, the former Australia international Alicia Ferguson reacts to the latest abuse allegations in women's football.Picture on website: A Palmeiras fan holding the team's flag after beating Santos. (NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Gett…
 
This week, Bone takes a victory lap around Beam after Watford slams the door on Manchester United with a 4-1 defeat. In turn, Beam thanks Bone for Watford getting Ole at the door - who's next as manager for Man U? The boys discuss that, as well as which world soccer team is the correct comparison for UM Football? There was also a convo about the ML…
 
Reflections on a dramatic week of World Cup qualifiers with Serbia and Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenković and Ghana's Andy Yiadom. We also hear from Marseille's young American winger Konrad de la Fuente. He tells us about his journey from Miami to the south of France via Barcelona's famed La Masia academy.Picture on website: Dusan Vlahovic and N…
 
This week on the show, Bone and Beam are giving you a last minute preview of the WCQ with the US and Mexico, including some discussion about the decision to have the game in not Columbus. Also discussed: A Tonya Harding-esque scandal in France, West Ham is legit, and the Crew need to undo their dumb logo decision pronto. Tweet us - @bonebeamunited…
 
World Cup winner Gilberto Silva explains how his tough upbringing shaped him as a footballer. And Thailand's new coach Mano Pölking looks ahead to the Suzuki Cup and explains the cultural differences he's faced coaching in South East Asia.Picture on website: Gilberto Silva of Brazil celebrates winning the World Cup (photo by Mark Leech/ Getty Image…
 
A seismic week awaits in here in the Queen City, with the U.S. men’s national team and Mexico doing battle in World Cup qualifying in Cincinnati for the first time at TQL Stadium. As you might expect, D.J.and Jeremy dwelled heavily on the arrival of the marquee match on the banks of the mighty Ohio River, what it means locally, and a look at the US…
 
The Denmark international Martin Braithwaite talks about a tumultuous time for Barcelona following the exits of Lionel Messi and Ronald Koeman. And Braithwaite also describes how his positive mindset has benefitted his career and helped him top become the best possible version of himself.Picture on website: Martin Braithwaite walks out onto the pit…
 
It was an news-filled week for at least one half of the #Pondcast team this week, as D.J.’s Spurs made some waves in the managerial space after losing to Manchester United and their underfire manager. After examining the repercussions of that move and a look around the rest of the weekend Premier League action, he and Jeremy then took a dive in on …
 
Content Warning - We swear quite a bit in this one and there is some sort of weird clicking sound that keeps happening so sorry about both of those things. Also this wasn't our normal recording night so the bar is a lot busier than normal. Also we watched the Atlanta v Red Bull game before recording and found a bottle of whiskey (we're a bit drunk)…
 
It's all come down to this - one game left for the Crew's slim playoff hopes. Bone and Beam break down what it's going to take for the Crew to make it into the MLS playoffs, what it means if they don't, and how dangerous this team could be if they pull of the (nearly impossible) feat of math and get in. Then, the guys discussed the scenarios for EV…
 
Duane recaps OSU's week, contemplates the fall of the once mighty Nebraska Cornhuskers along with a thought on the first CFP Playoff poll and also ponders the Crew's post season long shot chances while preaching patience with the Blue Jackets.By Duane Bent
 
Topics covered on tonight's show. Matt screwed up Crew win v Orlando Lucas Zelarayan has goal of the year... for a couple hours Cincinnati wins their third consecutive wooden spoon! Season ticket renewals Sad people on the Cincinnati FC Reddit Customer service Carpool karaoke DC United preview How we're going to spend the offseason Please rate and …
 
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew beat reporter Jacob Myers, and staff photographer Kyle Robertson on the latest edition of the Soccer Speakeasy podcast. During this episode we recap the Crew’s performance in the past two games, talk about last night 3-2 victory over Orlando City, and discuss how head coach Caleb Porter has t…
 
New Zealand's Niko Kirwan talks about his sporting family and first international goal. Plus, is Xavi the right coach for Barcelona following the departure of Ronald Koeman? And we hear from FIFA's head of women's football Sarai Bareman.Picture on website: Ronald Koeman on the touchlines during a match between Cadiz and Barcelona (Jose Breton/Pics …
 
This week, the guys talk about why Lucas Zelarayan had to goal of the year in MLS, why the Crew's playoff chances still on life support, how Beam helped New England to the best regular season in league history, and why Kentucky FC (aka FC Cincinnati) has hit a new low. They also discussed the issues at Manchester United, Barcelona firing Ronald Koe…
 
After willing Steve Bruce’s axing into existence on last week’s show, Jeremy and D.J. again attempted to push the scales of reality by talking at length about who might replace the stumbling Ole Gunnar Solsjkær in the Manchester United hot seat — though no axe has yet fallen on the Ole at the time of publication. Also on this week’s show, the guys …
 
This week, Bone and Beam return to talk about the stunning comeback win for Manchester United in the Champions League, as well as some injuries for Chelsea. Additionally, the boys talk about the chances of the Columbus Crew making it back to the MLS Playoffs after getting a 1-1 draw on the road in Nashville. And Guillermo Barros Schelotto is trying…
 
There’s always a lot to talk about after taking off the international break, and things are no different this week as D.J. and Jeremy reconvened for another weekly dose of soccer podcasting. On the agenda for this week’s show: we’re really talking about whether Solsjkær is the right man for Manchester United, the implications of the Saudi image rin…
 
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew beat reporter Jacob Myers, and staff photographer Kyle Robertson on the latest edition of the Soccer Speakeasy podcast. During this episode we recap the latest 4-0 victory over Inter Miami, discuss the current MLS rankings as of right now, and look ahead to tomorrow night’s game against Nashv…
 
Watford defender William Troost-Ekong discusses Claudio Ranieri's Premier League return. We also hear from the Sierra Leone national team coach John Keister as the country looks ahead to competing in its first Africa Cup of Nations since 1996.Picture on website: William Troost-Ekong of Watford celebrates following a match against Millwall (Photo by…
 
Yes, D.J. forgot to publish the podcast again. But that kinda works out this time, given it’s an international break and the guys are taking their normal two-week sabbatical anyway. So just think of this as fresh content in what would have otherwise been an off week! So on this week’s show, the guys talked through the competitors for the title of “…
 
Heather O'Reilly reacts to the abuse allegations which have rocked women's football. Heather O'Reilly played under coach Paul Riley at the North Carolina Courage. He faces allegations of sexual harassment and emotional abuse, allegations which he denies. (Photo: Signage supporting NWSL players on display during a game between the Los Angeles Galaxy…
 
This week on the monumental 100th Episode (?!?!?!) the guys discuss some of their favorite soccer memories. There was also discussion of the USMNT qualifiers, what's happening at PSG, and how Barcelona almost wasn't a thing. A big thank you goes to anyone else who actually listens to this podcast - you'll never know how much it means. To the next 1…
 
Sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Columbus Crew beat reporter Jacob Myers, and staff photographer Kyle Robertson on the latest edition of the Soccer Speakeasy podcast. During this episode we recap the latest 3-0 loss against the Philadelphia Union, break down how the Crew won the Campeones Cup, and discuss the final six regular season game…
 
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