August 8th, 2017
On this episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer and Erik Watkins go through the MLS Games from the weekend. What's going on with FC Dallas? Have Seattle flipped the switch? Are we surprised by the run from Vancouver? Did they get it right with the first VAR decisions? We discuss all of this and more.
In-between some of those games, we also discuss some transfers like Yoshimar Yotun to Orlando City, Zoltan Steiber emminently going to D.C. United, and a few more.
Finally, the guys discuss the happenings of NWSL for the week. Can we take anything out of the Washington Spirit's 4-1 win over Sky Blue? Alex Morgan scores a goal for Orlando, and the North Carolina Courage are in first place again.
We end the show by talking about the UEFA Women's EURO 2017 Final. How great the game was, and what the win means for Netherlands. Plus, the new penalty shootout system was unveiled in the FA Community Shield this weekend. Is it better than the original system?
September 8th, 2016
On this week’s show: Rob & Hugo discuss
whether the advent of the Premier League in 1992 has had a negative impact on
the England National Team.
June 22nd, 2016
This week our previews of the newly promoted clubs continues as we turn our attention to Burnley Football Club. Jamie Smith of the Burnley podcast No Nay Never joins us to to talk about Burnley's title winning season in the Championship and what the club needs to do headed into a new season in the Premier League.
Jamie tells us about Burnley's rich history of old, as well as their more recent history of yo-yo-ing between the Premier League and the Championship. He also talks about what he expects from the club this year, and why the club means so much to the community it inhabits.
June 15th, 2016
This week, Treble Radio kicks off it's summer Premier League promotion previews as we talk to Chris Stuttard about Middlesbrough. Chris tells us all about Middlesbrough's season which saw them promoted back to the Premier League after an extended absence, gives us a preview of what we can expect to see from Aitor Karanka's side, tells us where Boro need to strengthen this summer, and gives his hopes for the upcoming season.
Then, we turn our attention to Copa America and EURO 2016. We hit on the big stories of Copa America, including the United States winning their group, Brazil getting eliminated, and Dunga getting sacked. Will England figure out who they are in time to do something at EURO? Do Italy have enough to make a run? What's wrong with Belgium? We answer all those questions and more in this week's Treble Radio.
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.
April 20th, 2016
Arslan takes some time off to focus on school this week.. Maybe. Well. But, Nick Morales from Last Word on Sport joins us as a guest host.
There was some pretty obvious controversy at King Power with Leicester and West Ham, not to mention endless storylines. Everton and Southampton provided not so many talking points, except managerial. On one side. Chelsea and Manchester City battled for three regular points that mean nothing in the grand scheme of things, except maybe keeping City in fourth.
Sam Allardyce is the stand out American hero of the weekend as Sunderland start to crawl out of the bottom. Arsenal surprised no one by giving Crystal Palace another point.
Aston Villa is officially relegated and none of the players really care. Big surprise.
We preview Vardy-less Leicester against Swansea, the Merseyside Derby, and Liverpool and Newcastle.
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.
April 6th, 2016
AFC fan and co-host Eric Walcott ducked the presence of Spurs Writer Dustin George-Miller from Cartilage Free Capt., part of SB Nation.
Dustin talked about Spurs unforeseen rise to the top of the Premier League and their plans this summer. Spurs writers, you don't want to miss this podcast!
Laura and Arslan continued to review the Premier League weekend, as well as a cricket crash course for Laura.
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March 31st, 2016
Listen in as Eric and Arslan get into a heated debate regarding if Wayne Rooney should be a part of Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad heading to the Euros this summer.
Eric felt Rooney should be excluded from the team. What do you think? Tweet @TrebleRadio your thoughts!
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