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Host Ives Galarcep discusses all things American soccer on the show brought to you by SBISoccer.com

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Host Ives Galarcep discusses all things American soccer on the show brought to you by SBISoccer.com

    Episode 352 (Talking Matt Turner's Arsenal move, USMNT depth chart, and more)

    Episode 352 (Talking Matt Turner's Arsenal move, USMNT depth chart, and more)

    Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the latest on the Americans Abroad scene, including Gio Reyna's looming return to the Borussia Dortmund starting lineup and Christian Pulisic's chance to play in a Club World Cup Final.

    Episode 352 also digs into the U.S. men's national team depth chart, and some of the moves we saw made in the race for potential World Cup roster spots.

    MLS news closes the show, as the episode dives into Atlanta United's latest big move,

    • 46 min
    Episode 351 (USMNT-Honduras recap, Gio Reyna's return, and more)

    Episode 351 (USMNT-Honduras recap, Gio Reyna's return, and more)

    Host Ives Galarcep takes a closer look at the U.S. men's national team's 3-0 win vs. Honduras, and breaks down the top performers and storylines, including the complaints about the extreme weather.

    Episode 351 also touches on Americans Abroad news, including Gio Reyna's long-awaited return to Borussia Dortmund.

    Lastly, the episode discusses Jozy Altidore's rumored move to the New England Revolution, and why it is a move that could help Altidore make a return to the USMNT.

    • 55 min
    Episode 350 (Recapping the USMNT loss to Canada, previewing USMNT-Honduras)

    Episode 350 (Recapping the USMNT loss to Canada, previewing USMNT-Honduras)

    Host Ives Galarcep digs into the U.S. men's national team's 2-0 World Cup qualifying loss to Canada, including Christian Pulisic's latest lackluster outing, the failed Gyasi Zardes experiment at striker and Gregg Berhalter's surprisingly positive take on his team's loss.

    Episode 350 looks ahead to Wednesday's qualifier against Honduras in Minnesota, including potential lineup options and whether it is time to sit Pulisic.

    • 43 min
    Episode 349 (USMNT-Canada preview, recapping the win vs. El Salvador, and more)

    Episode 349 (USMNT-Canada preview, recapping the win vs. El Salvador, and more)

    Host Ives Galarcep breaks down the U.S. men's national team's World Cup qualifying win over El Salvador, and previews Sunday's showdown with Canada.

    • 51 min
    Episode 348 (USMNT-El Salvador Preview)

    Episode 348 (USMNT-El Salvador Preview)

    Episode 348 (USMNT-El Salvador Preview) by The SBI Show

    • 47 min
    Episode 347 (with special guest Chris Durkin)

    Episode 347 (with special guest Chris Durkin)

    Host Ives Galarcep and the SBI Show is back for the new year, and the first episode of 2022 features an interview with American midfielder Chris Durkin, who discusses his time in Europe and the possibility of a return to MLS.

    Episode 347 also touches on the busy winter for Americans Abroad, including the recent transfers of Ricardo Pepi and Daryl Dike, as well as Sergiño Dest's looming departure from Barcelona.

    The show wraps up talking MLS, including the final head coaching hires, and some of the blockbuster moves made recently, including Toronto FC's signing of Lorenzo Insigne and Seattle's snagging of Albert Rusnak.

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
290 Ratings

290 Ratings

Christian 333 ,

Venezia not Tunisia

I love your pods and glad your back at it. I’m not usually one to get uptight about pronunciation except in cases like this because it should be so easy for you as a Spanish speaker. 1. The vowels in Italian individually are pronounced identically to the vowels in Spanish, but you know that. I’m just covering all bases here. 2. The ‘v’ in Italian is going to be a ‘v’ like in English. You got that already. 3. This is the hard one to describe in writing. The ‘zia’ combo… think of tsetse fly. Focus on the 2nd syllable of tsetse and add the ‘a’ vowel sound like in Spanish to the tse. It’ll come out almost like “zeeah”. Or Spanish zia (my guess at Spanish). In Italian when you have zia the z is pronounced forcefully it is NOT slurred into an ‘s’ or a whimpy z (think of the difference between Pisa and Pizza). It’s a full on zee. And you say the zia combo fast. 4. Put it all together and you have - (using Anglo) vey ney tzeeah with emphasis probably on the nay I’m guessing.

Handheld Devices ,

Best US soccer historian

Honest perspective and insight, Ives is the best US soccer EXPERT in the media (if you only know soccer from playing FIFA or don’t remember soccer history before the 2014 World Cup, you are not an expert). He is truly the best in the business

Footy Sam ,

Consistency is key!

Glad the consistency is back and hope it stays that way. Definitely recommend sticking to 2 shows a week and dropping the second one no later than Thursday evening. Anything later risks not getting heard due to the weekend fast approaching.

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