Filibuster Podcast Episode 4: Winning in New England and Talking Youth Development with Travis Clark

Four games unbeaten: What better way to celebrate than with a fourth episode of Filibuster - the Black & Red United Podcast?

This week...

  • We look back at the win in New England and United's recent run of good form.
  • Inspired by commenters here at the site, we talk about using players in different roles and the roster implications of different moves.
  • We talk to youth development reporter and all-around good guy Travis Clark of Top Drawer Soccer about the D.C. United Academy and the latest in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
  • And we look ahead at United's quick turn around against Montreal and the Metros this week.

The latest episode is waiting for you after the jump.

iTunes Link | RSS Feed | Our theme music is Pocket by Beau Finley, used with permission.

After you listen, let us know what you think here in the comments or on Twitter by yelling your approval or disapproval at @FilibusterDCU (we're bloggers and podcasters - we crave validation). Speaking of Twitter, be sure to follow this week's guest @travismclark. Also, whether you feel super excited, super hateful or super medium about the show, do us a solid and give us a rating and/or review over at iTunes.

Thanks for reading and listening. Hope you enjoy it.

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