Mario Balotelli is again at the center of controversy after an out-of-control performance against Arsenal, most notably a studs-up tackle against Alex Song. The pressure is on in the next few weeks as Barcelona and Real are only 4 points apart. Wynalda dusts off his cleats and preparing for the 2012 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. Number 1 Dortmund face number 2 Bayern Munich on Wednesday. Juventus and Milan continue their battle Serie A supremacy. And finally, Eric gives his predictions for the number 3 and 4 spots in the EPL, La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga.
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Balotelli Strikes A Song, Wynalda Dusts Off His Cleats, And The Big Match Ups In La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, and The EPLPosted: 10th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, Alex Song, Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Bundesliga, Eric Wynalda, Juventus, La Liga, Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, Málaga, Manchester City, Manuel Pellegrini, Mario Balotelli, Real Madrid, Serie A
Tags: AC Milan, Arsenal, Bundesliga, Carlos Tevez, Champions League, Eric Wynalda, MLS
THIS WEEK’S TOPICS: The Greatness that is the Bundesliga. Christian and George take a quick trip to Guadalajara for a Chivas USA unveiling. A tangent about Goats. Arsenal’s big 4-0 loss to AC Milan in Champions League. Tevez returns to Man City. And a quick look at the upcoming MLS season and Brian Ching’s return to the Houston Dynamo.
Tags: Bundesliga, Carlos Tevez, Copa del Rey, Eric Wynalda, German Football Association, Homosexuality, MLS, Premier League
In response to recent comments regarding homosexuality in football by DFB president Theo Zwanziger and German National Team captain Philipp Lahm, the guys throw in their two cents. Also on the agenda, MLS loans, Eric Wynalda’s trip to the NSCAA, transfer market, Copa del Rey, weekend results, and upcoming match predictions.
Tags: Bundesliga, Eric Wynalda, Landon Donovan, MLS, US National Team
PART 1 HAS BEEN REMOVED AND IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE Eric Wynalda crashes the podcast and reminisces about his football career in the US and German Bundesliga. He also shares his thoughts on the MLS, Landon Donovan, and the US National Team. And in classic Wynalda fashion, he pulls no punches and goes for the jugular. Tweet