Wherein Our Heroes play pretend music curators for FIFA 18 and take our rightful place as style mavens. Samir Nasri flips his mega-mansion, Atlanta United FC educate the local media, and Séamus Coleman suffers a horror injury. Icelanders prove to have celebrated their Euro 2016 victory over England by knocking the proverbial boots, resulting in many new sons and dottirs arriving last weekend. Also, we continue to discuss the merits and pitfalls of sitting to urinate.
Wherein Our Heroes yet again pull out many tricks: a Deluge of Segments, Mailbag, a Ghanaian Brace, and Canadian Bacon, among others. Chicago complete a bizarre signing by adding Bastian Schweinsteiger to a crowded central midfield, two Ghanaians err in vastly different ways, The Canadian Men’s National Team finally get their man, and Toronto FC are victors over Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place. Also, inspired by Messi and Suárez, we sing the praises of peeing whilst sitting down, and also recount the filmography of visionary director Jon Turteltaub.
Wherein Our Heroes unleash a flurry of segments, including but not limited to Bournemouth’s Joshua King rocking a treble-worthy coif, a Millwall supporter entering the annals of Bartondom for a haymaker thrown after the latest round of FA Cup matches; and, an educated discussion surrounding whether or not Harry Kane should have even started said FA Cup match in the first place. Also, Ibra’s package is apparently huge, Jay DeMerit pitches his latest venture on Dragon’s Den, and surely things can’t get worse for Minnesota United FC. Also, we discuss The Bachelor finale, natch.
Wherein Our Heroes delve into the ins and outs of the upcoming MLS season. The youth movement has us excited, we like the cut of Seattle’s jib, and peg Toronto FC to take the next step. Minnesota United FC is likely to falter in their inaugural season, we are not having current Bachelor Nick Viall’s lotharious ways, and we award a Triple Barton to Orlando City SC, NYCFC, and Atlanta United’s supporters. Here’s to a great season!
Wherein Our Heroes praise Southampton for their efforts in the EFL Cup Final against Manchester United. Crystal Palace’s supporters idiotically vandalize their own club’s coach, Pogba and Fàbregas both achieve incredible milestones, and the right-sleeves of several Premier League clubs look set to be adorned with adverts next season. Also, Claudio Ranieri is finally cut loose by the brass at Leicester; was player power to blame, or Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway?