Filibuster Podcast Week 24: US Open Cup, Philadelphia Union, and Playing the Kids

The Filibuster crew is back with a guest host, tackling the team's performance in the US Open Cup and against the Philadelphia Union. Throughout, they talk about Ben Olsen's future and whether or not they should be playing the kids.

Free from Adam's tyranny, Martin, Jason, and Ben take a look back at the US Open Cup game against the Chicago Fire and the loss to the Philadelphia Union over the weekend. The guys then take a meander through the youth and the future of the team, talking about Conor Doyle, Jared Jeffrey, Michael Seaton, Dave Kasper, and Ben Olsen. We don't spend too much time on previewing the Montreal Impact, having just played them a few weeks ago. We close with Martin asking Jason what he tells his friends to say at the end of the night, with hilarity throughout.

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