Wherein Our Heroes continue their run of good Netflix-loving form, procuring some great ideas for shows to watch from Tam. Kim Jong-un is revealed to support not one, but two clubs, but more bizarre is the fact he’s “good friends” with Italian senator Antonio Razzi. Big Sam cancels Everton’s club Christmas party, the Manchester Derby offers up intrigue, drama, and milk, but isn’t as glorious as Canada’s own Toronto FC claiming the crown of MLS Cup Champions.
Wherein Our Heroes put to bed our infatuation with Stranger Things 2, once and for all. Toronto FC bid to become the first MLS franchise to win the domestic treble, but don’t look all too convincing leading up to the MLS Cup Final. Wayne Rooney scores a cracker from half, Fellaini and Rüdiger suffer from boot problems (with differing attitudes), and Ronaldo gets the bust his handsomeness deserves. Also, inspired by Gareth Bale, we chat about our hypothetical preferred wedding entertainment.
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 receive, in error, and read on-air, several letters destined for The North Pole. John Terry’s next move is discussed, Mesut Özil’s status as the best playmaker in the Premier League is contested, and the MLS Cup Final is previewed. We echo a Christmas Wish to have Joey Barton land at a new club in January. Also, we share in the outpouring of grief and heartbreak for the victims of the recent aviation tragedy in Colombia.