The FC crew discuss Harry Kane's absence from Tottenham training and what a potential move to Manchester City would mean for both the club and Premier League. Plus, Lionel Messi's continued contract negotiations, Premier League changes to VAR this season and checking in on Neymar's legacy at PSG.
On Monday’s episode of Futbol Americas, Sebi and Herc recap the USMNT’s shocking upset of Mexico in the Gold Cup Final. What does it mean for U.S. Soccer going forward. Then, Mauricio Pedroza joins the show to give the Mexican perspective and discuss the fallout of the loss for the Mexican National Team. Finally, former USWNT player Ali Krieger joins the guys to to discuss the USWNT’s disappointing loss to Canada in the Tokyo Olympics semifinals. Is the USWNT still the power in women’s soccer?
The FC crew break down Harry Kane's absence from Tottenham training and if this move will help the English striker's pursuit of a transfer away from Spurs. Plus, how would Jack Grealish's move to be Man City be affected by a Kane bid and the guys discuss Kylian Mbappe's comments about how winning the Champions League with PSG is his biggest dream.
The Gab & Juls Show is back for the new season! With Gab Marcotti still away on international duty, Stewart Robson joins Julien Laurens and Mark Ogden to talk all things Premier League. Man United have been the window’s winners so far, but will it translate into a title challenge? And what of the other leading contenders, who needs what heading into the fresh start?
The boys look back on Sunday night's Gold Cup Final thriller between the US and Mexico! Who were the standout performers? Whose profiles went up a notch in this tournament? What does say this all say about where US Soccer is currently at? All that and more!
The FC crew discuss how Raphael Varane will fit in Manchester United's defense and if he's enough to make them legit Premier League title challengers. Plus, what would Jules Kounde bring to Chelsea's Champions League winning side?
The FC crew discuss Manchester City's enormous bid for Jack Grealish and question which teams will be able to challenge for the PL title. Plus, Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez preview the Gold Cup final between Mexico and the United States and Gemma Soler breaks down the latest of the 3 clubs still in the European Super League.
The United States and Mexico take care of business, and will face each other in the 2021 Gold Cup Final.
The U.S. Women's National Team has to take the Netherlands to penalty Kicks to advance to the semifinals.
And Mexico face off against South Kore in the Olympics Quarter finals.
The FC crew discuss where Jack Grealish would fit on the pitch for a stacked Manchester City lineup and if Ben White is enough to see Arsenal climb the table. Meanwhile, Rob Palmer joins to discuss the remaining chances of a European Super League being created. Plus, the United States saw massive victories in both the Olympics and Gold Cup.
From Gyasi Zardes' heroics to Matt Turner's, the boys discuss all angles of the United States' 1-0 win over Qatar to advance to the Gold Cup Final! Plus, why Sergino Dest = Dwight Schrute and why Man Utd should = title contenders.
The FC crew discuss Jack Grealish being linked to Manchester City and wonder if Harry Kane would be a better target for Pep Guardiola's side. Meanwhile, Chelsea's defensive efforts were impressive last season but how does the club plan to solve their lack luster goal total this year. Plus, Eden Hazard seems to have arrived in good shape but will he make a big enough impact at Real Madrid.
On Wednesday’s episode of Futbol Americas, Sebi and Herc preview the upcoming Gold Cup semifinals between USA & Qatar and Mexico & Canada. Next, they talk about the announced World Cup Qualifier between USA and Mexico in Cincinnati. Later, the guys break down the Olympics where the USWNT limp into the quarterfinals after 0-0 draw vs. Australia, and Mexico cruise into the quarters with a 3-0 victory over South Africa. Finally, LA Galaxy Jonathan Bond joins the show to talk MLS,...
Sid Lowe joins the FC crew to discuss what Raphael Varane's departure means for Real Madrid and why Lionel Messi is still a free agent at the moment. Plus, Jan Age Fjortoft weighs in on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's new deal and when Erling Haaland could be on the move.
The FC crew break down Manchester United's offseason transfers including Raphael Varane's move from Real Madrid and question if Solskjaer can turn the squad into title contenders. Plus, the guys discuss Jules Kounde's potential move to Chelsea, Tottenham's pursuit of Cristian Romero and Max Allegri's asking for Cristiano Ronaldo to be "more than a goalscorer".
On Monday’s episode of Futbol Americas, Sebi and Herc recap the Gold Cup quarterfinals where the U.S. defeated Jamaica and Mexico defeated Honduras. Next, the guys break down Mexico’s loss to Japan in the Olympic group stage, before being joined by former-USWNT player Ali Krieger to talk USWNT’s chances to medal in Tokyo. Later, the guys go through the good, the bad and the ugly from all of the weekend action in MLS, including Kanye West’s appearance at the Atlanta United game. Finally, the...
The FC crew discuss Raphael Varane's impending transfer to Man United and question if the move will make the Red Devils title contenders. Plus the guys break down Cristiano Ronaldo's future with Juventus past the upcoming season and if Arsenal fans should be satisfied with the club's offseason moves.
The US Men are into the Gold Cup semi finals. The boys break down the win including who came up big, who needs to improve and who might be putting themselves on the map for World Cup qualifying.
The FC crew discuss whether or not Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deserves his new contract and if Manchester United are title contenders if they sign Raphael Varane. Plus, Georginio Wijnaldum speaks out for the first time after his move from Liverpool to PSG.
The FC crew discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's new three-year contract with Manchester United and wonder if Lionel Messi will be able to play for Barcelona when the season kicks off next month. Plus, the U.S. Women's National Team rebound from their disastrous Olympic opener with a convincing 6-1 win over New Zealand.
The FC crew discuss Barcelona's dire financial situation as they try to offload players to fit additions like Memphis Depay and Lionel Messi's return. Jadon Sancho completes his move to Manchester United, but what are the expectations in his first season in the Premier League? Plus, where will Harry Kane be next season?
On Thursday’s episode of Futbol Americas, Sebi and Herc recap the USWNT’s stunning loss to Sweden at the Tokyo Olympics. Is it time to panic for the USWNT? Then, the guys discuss Mexico’s dominant victory over France in their Olympic opener and what it means for their medal chances going forward. Later, the guys preview Gold Cup quarterfinals between U.S. and Jamaica, and Mexico and Honduras. Jamaican star Leon Bailey stops by to discuss Jamaica’s chances vs. the USMNT. Finally Mauricio...
The FC crew discuss the use of VAR at EURO 2020 and if the Premier League can deploy a similar approach next season. Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United is in doubt after being linked with PSG. Plus, should players be participating in two international tournaments this same summer?
The FC crew discuss Harry Kane and Timo Werner's futures as reports continue that they want to leave their respective London clubs. What's next for the U.S. Women's National Team after their shock defeat to Sweden? And can Liverpool compete for the Premier League title this season?
The FC crew discuss Barcelona’s salary cap issues with Memphis Depay in training but not being able to register and Antoine Griezmann’s future in doubt. Plus, 2-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner, Ali Krieger, gives her thoughts on the United States’ chances in this year’s Olympics.
On this week's pod, we discuss the USMNT's performance in the group stage, Gabriel Heinze getting the sack in Atlanta and Wayne Bridge's disgust over Roberto Mancini's success. Plus, an Olympic preview for the US Women.