Showing posts from September, 2018

EP-039 Champions League Review USMNT and As the World Turns in Manchester

Matchday 1 of 6 is done and dusted. RIP Tottenham! Jay flies solo in the Smokin Js podcast studio recapping the important Champions League matches. Why is Tottenham sunk and yet Manchester City still floating on? Liverpool vs PSG did not fail to disappoint.

Christian Pulisic is the best USMNT player ever, and he just turned 20. Just happened to score a Champions League match winner on his birthday. #special
Jay pays tribute to the week the USMNT star had, and settles a few scores with whiny Outlaws.

The special Jose Mourinho segment is back As the World Turns in Manchester. There is no limit of players in the blame game.

Are Chelsea for real? We are going to find out! It's on and popping this weekend against Liverpool, and there are no excuses or obstacles for either team.

If you fought Fabian Delph, apparently you wouldn't have to worry about kicks. Whiff!

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EP-038 Champions League is Back and Jay Goes Deep in the Lounge

John and Jay are back together again! The guys review the big matches from the EPL Matchday 5. Tottenham vs Liverpool and Watford vs Manchester United are discussed.

Champions League is back, and the guys are giddy with excitement for the matches in the first week of group play. Inter Milan host Tottenham and Liverpool host PSG in the most compelling match-ups of the most competitive groups. All the angles are laid out.

News! We got news even though Jose Mourinho makes no guest appearance in this podcast. Douglas Costa shares some DNA, Vertonghen goes knuckle deep, Lloris gets close with his fans, and there will be drinks spilled on the pitch during winged violence.

Stay tuned, the Jagermeister keg-orator is requested, John is challenged in his high Chelsea perch, and Jay make some questionable comments during the lounge segment. Stay tuned till the end. It's gold Jerry, I tell yeah, it's gold!

If Red Bull gives you wings, then what does RasenBallsport give you?


EP-037 USA USA USA USMNT Soccer News and EPL Weekend Preview

US Mens National team continues auditions for prime time against Brazil and Mexico. RIP Paul Arriola. Weston McKennie moves closer to a solid spot in midfield. The competitive defensive back line has become a point of strength for the US squad. John and Jay get it in three beers deep.

Tax fraud or tax avoidance? Is it really the players that came up with the shell corporations and offshore accounts. Jay digs deep on the super agent Jorge Mendes, and his role in the recent Spanish tax avoidance sentences. John takes a look the senseless African stampedes, and how the past continues to repeat itself.

Tottenham vs Liverpool and Watford vs Manchester United top the list of matches this weekend. But how does Champions League affect both matches. We'll set up both matches for you, and even give you gamblers an edge.

We opened no new offshore accounts for Jorge Mendes during the production of this podcast.

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EP-036 Three Unbeaten Undrawn in EPL Champions League Group Draw and USMNT

The Hornets sting the Spurs! Three teams remain unbeaten and undrawn in EPL play. Are Watford and Chelsea for real as title challengers? Klopp pulling all the right levers for the Liverpool winning machine.

Everyone's favorite segment featuring Jose Mourinho is back again this week as he recites his resume for reporters. Jay climbs behind the curtain to see the reason for Jose's resume narrative.

Champion's League is back! The group stage draw is analyzed. There is one group of death this season, but it may not be the group you think.

International break brings exciting friendlies for the US Men's National Team. No Pulisic, but John Brooks is back. The squad may be without a coaching leader, but group decisions are creating a youthful competitive environment for the hopeful squad. The show gets you set up for the matches with Brazil and Mexico.

The Michael Bradley fan zone has been moved from the stadium to the elementary school gym.

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