September 15th, 2016
On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discusswhether the English Clubs in this year’s Champions League can challenge thelikes of Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
September 3rd, 2016
On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discuss all the ins and outs of the summer transfer assessing the business each club has done.
July 29th, 2016
What's up MLS Fam? Matt is joined by LWSC Quakes Writer Daniel Sperry to break down the MLS All Star game and the entire All Star Week in San Jose. Dan waxes poetic about Avaya Stadium and the growth of the game in San Jose and the Bay Area. The two break down the game and how wide open and fun it was. We were kinda bumbed the All Stars lost.
The lads then talk all things San Jose Earthquakes. Dan gives his take on the Quakes midfield, specifically the Panamaniacs. They talk David Bingham and the defensive issues. Dan and Matt then make some bold playoff predictions for San Jose and do some score predictions for the weekend fixtures.
Still got your adrenaline up from the match? Listen to this to relive the week and the game. Oh, and send it to your coworker from Seattle to help them forget about Sigi leaving.
May 17th, 2016
Happy St. Totteringham's Day? In what should have been an historic run for Tottenham Hotspur, they still managed to finish below Arsenal on the last day of the season.
Manchester United's season isn't over yet due to a bomb scare that hasn't quite been cleared up. They won't be able to get top four, but they still have the FA Cup to play for.
Newcastle have been relegated, but will they also be out a manager? Everton have said goodbye to Roberto Martinez and who is left out there to replace him? Ronald Koeman?? What sort of managers will we see next season?
The Champions League, Europa League, and FA Cup finals are approaching. How will each team stack up with silverware on the line?
The season's at the end, but we will never run out of premier league stories to discuss.
May 6th, 2016
Catch up with Laura, Nick and Arslan as they talk about the new champions of England!
Furthermore, Manchester City are in trouble. Trouble of dropping out of the Top-4, and with Pep Guardiola coming in, this could be a disaster.
Who's going to be relegated? Will Crystal Palace be dragged through the mud?
April 13th, 2016
The whole team is back this week, but with an extra special, extra tiny, guest!
We start off this podcast with Tottenham Hotspur's 3-0 bashing of Manchester United. What exactly went wrong for United when it looked like they could grind out a 0-0 draw. How did Spurs change that?
Arsenal are definitely not in the title race anymore, but second, or third, place isn't far off. West Ham definitely didn't pick them apart but are still contenders for fifth or even fourth.
Crystal Palace won their first game of the year! They look safe, but what of their opponents, Norwich? They have a big test coming up next weekend with Sunderland coming to town.
Leicester City have officially qualified for the UEFA Champions League. The Foxes will compete with the best in Europe next season. What does the summer window hold for them?
Speaking of summer, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino hasn't signed his new contract with the club yet. Is this negotiation for a higher payday or with another club?
This week we preview what should be a Europa League spot clash between Everton and Southampton before looking to what should be a title clash Chelsea and Manchester City. This season is an odd one, and we're loving it.
March 31st, 2016
The lads are back from the international break and ready to rumble.
The Americans were still livid after their national team left them frustrated. Jurgen Klinsmann seems to have killed all of America's soccer buzz.
The crew went on to talk about the English national team's encouraging display in their games against Germany and Netherlands. Is Wayne Rooney going to be dropped and not taken to the Euros? Is he an obvious candidate? Why SHOULD Hodgson pick him as one of his 23 players?
Eric says there is no need for Rooney in the squad as England should move on from their failed past. Listen to the debate.
Eventually, they previewed games.
To get geared up for the Premier League weekend (Liverpool/Spurs, Leicester/Saints, United/Everton) and have a great time, Tune in to Treble Radio. Tweet your thoughts @TrebleRadio
March 17th, 2016
All three hosts are back this week just in time for Arsenal's Champions League exit. With just the Premier League to focus on, do Arsenal still have a shot at the title or is it a two horse race between Leicester and Tottenham?
Rafa Benitez has been hired at Newcastle, but can he save them from relegation or will his biggest impact on the league be his feud with Big Sam? Speaking of manager feuds, how much entertainment can we get from those alone? How well would a Premier League manager reality show do ratings wise?
The FA Cup magic is strong this season with Crystal Palace, Watford, and Everton already securing spots in the semifinals. Will West Ham or Manchester United grab the final spot?
Things are heating up in the league as the end of the season is approaching. Everton and Arsenal are facing off this weekend. Who will come out on top at Goodison Park? Will Chelsea create anything without Diego Costa against Dimitri Payet and West Ham? Benitez has his first Tyne Wear Derby this weekend, but can he help Newcastle to their first victory in over six matches against Sunderland? The Manchester Derby is this Sunday, but it might come down to which team is struggling less.
March 9th, 2016
Arslan & Eric discussed the result of the North London Derby, the disappointment that Arsenal fans must be feeling and the missed opportunity for Spurs.
Further along, Everton seem to be conceding leads weekly, with former Norwich striker Chris Sutton calling Roberto Martinez "a joke". Are Everton a joke? Is Martinez destined to be sacked this summer?
The highlight of the night has to be Aslan's epic rant on Newcastle's loyal fans and what they have to put up with. Will the possible sacking of Steve McClaren fix anything?
All that and more at TrebleRadio. Tune in.
March 3rd, 2016
four days of premier league action, there are a lot of stories to talk about.
With all these games, you'd think there'd be a little shakeup at the top
of the table, but Leicester still sit at the peak.
Manchester City have
won the Capital One Cup with a surprising hero in Willy Caballero. It wasn't
the best cup final, but Liverpool's comeback to spend it to extra time and
penalties was rousing.
The other side of
Manchester put out a line-up of misfit toys against Arsenal earlier Sunday, and
those misfits played beautiful soccer. Their performance was so brilliant
even Louis Van Gaal himself got out of his seat and fell to the floor.
Dan Riccio from
Toronto radio Sportsnet Fan590 joins us to talk about some big questions
including, but not limited to, where is the leadership at Arsenal and who is
going to win the league? Does Arsene Wenger have what it takes to push this
club to the next level?
In MLS, D.C. United
players had their phones and some cash stolen after a CONCACAF Champions League
game. This begs the question, which footballers phone would you steal?
Looking ahead, the
games look good this weekend. The North London Derby is happening and
will Spurs bounce back from their recent defeat? Will Arsenal bounce back from
their recent strings of defeat? Is Watford going to be an easy win for league
leading Leicester City? Which Newcastle is going to show up against
Bournemouth? Can Stoke repeat their last performance against Chelsea?
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