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.
June 11th, 2016
Matt sits down for a brief interview episode with Peter Irvin of the International Sports Report at TSN 1050. The two talk about France's opening win over Romania. They get into the three MLS players partaking into the tournament and why Belgium has a chance to make some noise. Peter also gives his take on Croatia and a few of the minnows making that could surprise some people. Peter then goes full Englishman in his prediction that the Three Lions will once again disappoint in a major tournament.
June 7th, 2016
Treble is back from a little spring break and how to we start after a hiatus? By making Laura sad, of course.
Jose Mourinho was officially announced as Manchester United's next manager. What does this mean for the future of the club, its current players, and its youngsters?
Champions Leicester City have made their first signing in a goalkeeper along with Liverpool. Manchester City announced their newest signing with flare. What clubs need to do the most this summer window? Is Vardy really a fit at Arsenal? How will the Euros, Copa America, and the Olympics impact transfers?
Speaking of the Euros, how will England fare? What is going on with their squad? Which teams left out significant and possibly game changing players? On the Americas' side, will there be a change in the federations' summer tournaments? Is that a good thing?
This summer we will once again have promotion specials to welcome the new Premier League sides, as well as coverage of the Euros. The Summer of Soccer has begun.