May 30, 2012: Cal FC’s locker room after their historic win over the Portland Timbers in the U.S. Open Cup.
Posts Tagged ‘Eric Wynalda’
Tags: Cal FC, Eric Wynalda, MLS, Portland Timbers, U.S. Open Cup
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
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.
Extra: EPL Relegation, Serie A Battle For 3rd, Real and Barcelona’s Super Classico, And FIGHT FIGHT FIGHTPosted: 6th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Extra
Tags: Barcelona, Champions League, Eric Wynalda, Europa League, La Liga, Premier League, Real Madrid, Relegation, Serie A
Which three teams will be relegated in the EPL. Parity in Italy, makes the race for the final Serie A Champions League spot interesting. Real Madrid and Barcelona will meet in the Super Classico and it could be the game changer for who will take La Liga’s number 1 spot. And finally… George and Christian get into an argument over which league is better, La Liga or the EPL. And things gets even uglier when they start talking Europa.
The Great Giorgio Chinaglia, Champions League Quarterfinals, Busquets is Dirty, and Man City’s Title RacePosted: 5th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, Barcelona, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Giorgio Chinaglia, Jose Mourinho, Manchester City, NY Cosmos, Real Madrid, Roberto Mancini, Sergio Busquets
Wynalda and company share some personal stories about the late Giorgio Chinaglia. The guys discuss Champions League Milan Barca and Chelsea Benfica quarterfinals. DId the referees ruin the matches? Is there a Dutch conspiracy? And is Sergio Busquets the dirtiest player in the world? And if Man City’s title race is over, what does it mean for Mancini and Mourinho? Also, the “Stat Man” makes his 1st appearance.
Tags: AC Milan, APOEL, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Marseille, Olympics 2012 London, Real Madrid, Sunil Gulati, U23, US National Team
Fox Soccer’s Nick Webster cohosts. The U.S. has failed to qualify for the Olympics and Wynalda is pissed. Eric and George think the fault lies with current President of the U.S. Soccer Federation Sunil Gulati. Caleb Porter was not at fault because he was over his head. Also, Champions League recap and predictions. Chelsea, Madrid, and Bayern can’t be stopped. Milan Barcelona match is the only real game.
U.S. Olympic Qualifier Woes, Can Milan Upset Barcelona, Peter Crouch Goal Of The Year, And Wynalda Is NOT Campaigning For ChivasPosted: 27th March 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, APOEL, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Chivas USA, Eric Wynalda, Ibrahimovic, Marseille, Olympics 2012 London, Real Madrid, Robin Frasier, U23, US National Team
The U.S. is at risk of not qualifying for the 2012 Olympics… PODCAST RECORDED PRIOR TO U.S. OUSTER FROM OLYMPIC CONTENTION. Champions League preview… Does Apoel stand a chance against Real? Can Milan upset Barcelona? The race for 4th place in Premiere League… Who will take it? Arsenal, Chelsea, or Tottenham? And finally, Eric reiterates that he is NOT lobbying for the Chivas job.
Tags: AC Milan, André Villas-Boas, Barcelona, Chelsea, Chivas USA, Eric Wynalda, Fiorentina, Ibrahimovic, Juventus, Lazio, Marcelo Bielsa, Michael Bradley, MLS, Napoli, Roberto De Matteo, Roma, Udinese
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba’s heart attack. More Chelsea, Andre Villas-Boas, and Roberto de Matteo talk. Who are the top 10 highest paid soccer players in the world. Guardian columnist Paolo Bandini joins the poddy to discuss all things Serie A: upcoming Barcelona Milan match, Michael Bradley, Ibrahimovic, Juventus Fiorentina rivalry, Napoli, Lazio, Udinese, and Roma. And Wynalda ends the episode with Chivas USA talk…
Tags: Bet, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Napoli, Roberto De Matteo
Chelsea overcomes a 1st leg deficit against Napoli by defeating the Neapolitans 4-1 at Stamford Bridge. Thanks to this impressive comeback by The Blues, Eric Wynalda won his bet against “Jersey” George Valencia. This episode is dedicated to Roberto De Matteo, match analysis, and the settling of The Bet.
Tags: Chicago Fire, Chivas USA, D.C. United, Eric Wynalda, Houston Dynamo, LA Galaxy, MLS, New England Revolution, New York Red Bulls, Portland Timbers, Real Salt Lake, San Jose Earthquakes, Sporting Kansas City, Toronto FC
A very special MLS episode to honor the start of the 2012 season. MLSsoccer.com correspondent Adam Serrano gives his analysis of recent results (ie, Chivas 0-1 Houston, Dallas 2-1 NY Red Bulls, LA 1-3 Salt Lake). He also gives his predictions on who will shine, who will struggle, and who are the ones to watch (eg, Chicago Fire, DC United, New England, Portland Timbers, San Jose Earthquakes, Kansas City, Toronto). Also, does competing against the schedule of March Madness, the NBA, and MLB impede the MLS growth?
APOEL Advances, Arsenal and Chelsea Fight For Champions League Spot, And Mourinho Is House-Hunting In LondonPosted: 13th March 2012 by sentoff in Celebrity Guests, Sent Off Podcast
Tags: APOEL, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, FC Basel, Jose Mourinho, Lyon, Napoli, Premier League, Relegation, Tottenham Hotspur
Jamie Trecker joins Champions League analysis: APOEL vs Lyon, Bayern Munich vs FC Basel, and Chelsea vs Napoli. Arsenal and Chelsea are still vying for a Champions League spot, and Tottenham is struggling to hold onto theirs with another loss. Jose Mourinho is house-hunting in London—is he returning to the Premier League? And finally, George and Eric make an epic bet in which one of them will end up cooking, cleaning, and possibly wearing a speedo.