February 26th, 2016
Ty, Matt, and Alec sit down with KickTV's Sonya Kondratenko to discuss the ins and outs of her current gig, MLS hopes and dreams, and what's to come at the Copa America 2016. Last Word's Mike Norton also stops by to chat MLS Jersey Week, and the guys help Matt plan a ski trip.
February 25th, 2016
It seems like there aren't many Premier League stories this week. Which is odd, because the FA Cup happened this weekend. Maybe Manuel Pellegrini had more impact on that feeling that we'd like to think.
Arsenal started their routine of being knocked out of the Champions League with a 2-0 loss to Barcelona. Are they choking?
Chelsea destroyed a team of Manchester City kids. What does that mean for Gus Hiddink? What does it say about City under Pellegrini?
Speaking of being destroyed, Aston Villa were destroyed by their own u21 side over the weekend. How does that even happen? What does that say about the future for Villa?
Liverpool have a chance at a trophy this upcoming weekend against Man City. Will Pellegrini take this seriously or not?
The big game of the weekend has to be Arsenal at Manchester United. Just how many problems do United have to solve? Will Arsenal start their run for the title at Old Trafford?
Listen and weigh in. Tweet us @TrebleRadio
February 21st, 2016
Jeff and Guillermo are joined by former Chicago Fire General Manager and longtime President Peter Wilt, who recently joined Chicago NASL to spearhead efforts to bring a professional soccer team to the city of Chicago. Wilt discusses a variety of topics, from the recent launch of ChicagoNASL.com, his time with the Fire, MISL's Chicago Riot, and most recently Indy Eleven, and much more.
February 19th, 2016
Alec and Matt talk to Steve Brisendine, Sporting Kansas City beat writer at MLSSoccer.com, about offseason moves for the Sporks and Swope Park Rangers' first preseason. They are also joined by Last Word Soccer Club's Jeremy Whiting to talk CONCACAF Champion's League knockout stage and the Chicago Fire's trade of Harry Shipp to the Montreal Impact.
February 17th, 2016
The top of the table met in big games, summer transfer rumors are picking up, and the Premier League title race, as well as the relegation battle, is in full swing.
We start this week's show with out weekend predictions. Leicester v Arsenal didn't exactly go as planned, but why? What went wrong for Leicester? What did Arsenal do right?
Tottenham have been flying below the radar, but can't hide of from the title contention chatter after defeating Manchester City. Mauricio Pochettino is doing everything right with Spurs right now.
Watford bested Crystal Palace in a scrappy match with Troy Deeney shining again. Chelsea destroyed Newcastle. Ripped them apart. DeAndre Yedlin played the full 90 against Manchester United, but how much did he really contribute to the Sunderland win?
We wrap up the show with the latest summer rumors, injury news, and the relegation battle. Who will pull off a great escape? Who should be preparing for next season in the Championship?
February 14th, 2016
Jeff and Guillermo are once again joined by Chicago Fire General Manager Nelson Rodriguez to discuss the recent trade that sent Harrison Shipp to the Montreal Impact. Nelson also discusses preseason, homegrown players Mauricio Pineda and Collin Fernandez, the club's continued search for attacking midfield players, recent signings Joao Meira and Johan Kappelhof, and he opens up about the logistics behind MLS Target and General Allocation Money.
February 12th, 2016
Jeffrey Carlisle of ESPN and ESPN FC joins Alec, Matt, and Ty to talk about the USMNT, USWNT, MLS, NASL, and beyond.
February 11th, 2016
There are some apparent ground breaking premier league stories this week, and we dive right into them.
What is up with this Jose Mourinho taking the Manchester United job this summer business? Would this be a good deal or bad deal? Is it really necessary to sack Louis van Gaal?
Pep Guardiola if officially going to Manchester City. We all know that, but what does it mean for City players? Really, how great would a Manchester derby be?
Liverpool and ownership made headlines by freezing ticket prices after a massive fan protest, and they aren't the only club to do so. Ticket prices aside, there are still other problems at the club.
With the league officially dropping the "Barclays," they've unveiled their new logo. Was it necessary? How controversial is it?
Top of the table teams clash this weekend and we start previews with Leicester and Arsenal. Can Leicester increase their lead? Can Tottenham pull a Leicester and rip Man City's defense apart? Just how scrappy will the Crystal Palace and Watford match-up be? The bottom of the table bash of Chelsea and Newcastle rounds out our show this week. Who will come out on top?
February 5th, 2016
Kurt Larson of the Toronto Sun, University of South Carolina professor Mark Nagel, and Caribbean soccer expert Nathan Carr join Matt, Ty, and Alec on this episode of Last Word SC Radio. We also break down some MLS drama, a US Soccer lawsuit, and some USMNT action!