The full show podcast of Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 08.17.12
With one co-host on the sideline, Jimmy Conrad invites super sub and KICKTV producer, Ben Kamlet, on to the show and act as moderator for all of the questions that Jimmy hasn't answered in months. Ben's soothing NPR voice sets the stage as Jimmy discusses who are the hardest forwards to play against, how to play a perfectly weighted pass, which position kids should be playing when they're young to help them become the best players that they can be, and a whole lot of other stuff. In short, this shit is educational so tune in now.
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 07.19.12
Due to co-host Frank Kuzava's loyalty to his son's baseball team as they march through their Little League playoffs, which is the first sign that he's not only a cool dude, he's a good dad, the other guy who talks on the show, Jimmy Conrad, invited the soccer writer for The Sporting News, Brian Straus, to fill in and fill in he did! Jimmy and Brian talked shop about Chris Wondolowski's chance to set the MLS single scoring record and their reasons about why he can't replicate that form with the National Team, the future development of Geoff Cameron as he makes his move to Stoke City in the English Premier League, if Michael Bradley will go down as one of the best players that America has ever produced, and the MLS All-Star Game against Chelsea. It's 25 pretty good minutes. Check it out.
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 07.09.12
Jimmy is back from Poland and Ukraine where he was covering the Euros for KICKTV, Frank is back from coaching Little League baseball in Kansas City, and JC's ASS is back and looking tan after spending some time at nude beach. So tune in to hear Jimmy and Frank discuss when the US will produce the next Andrea Pirlo, the difference in levels between playing for your club and playing for your country, why Geoff Cameron should've started versus Brazil, John Hackworth taking over for Peter Nowak in Philly, and some other stuff. You could learn something.
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 06.02.12
Because they prefer briefs over boxers, Jimmy and Frank wanted to be brief with this summary: They talk about the U.S. men's soccer team overall and specifically if Jose Torres makes Michael Bradley better, they chat about why MLS teams don't care about the U.S. Open Cup like they should, and LA Galaxy defender and good friend of the show, Todd Dunivant, tries to help us understand why the Galaxy are terrible this year. Maybe you should listen.
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 05.25.12
Jimmy and Frank take you on another one of their patented adventures as they explore how you adapt to playing with new teammates once you've been traded in Major League Soccer or get called in to the U.S. Men's National Team. Also, they investigate why forwards stop making runs for their teammates and the negative effects of always being in shape without giving your body a rest during the off-season. Also x 2, they welcome D.C. United player/coach, Josh Wolff, on to the show to dissect the inner workings of DC's success this season and what it means to be a player and a coach. We promise you'll get smarter after this one.
Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 05.18.12
Against all odds and despite what the haters are saying about Jimmy's hair and Frank's lack thereof, the super cool co-hosts continue to pump out quality podcast after quality podcast and this week they invite one of the hottest goalkeepers in MLS on to the show, Chivas USA's Dan Kennedy, who should be getting a look with the U.S. Men's National Team but isn't. Also, they take questions from the fans in the always popular Facebook Face-Off, which involves navigating the waters of aging Serie A stars who want to come to MLS, who will be the Sir Alex Ferguson of the league, why rookies always hit a wall, and much, much more. We double dog dare you to listen.
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Best podcast ever!
Jimmy is awesome. Love his attitude! He has a great appreciation for the sport, and embodies the joy it can bring its fans.
Funny arse pod
Wish Jimmy and Frank could do these more often.
Best Soccer Podcast.... Ever.
JC's A.S.S. is awesome. It is the wet dream of soccer podcasts.