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Filibuster podcast episode 159: Mass-produced lab nog

We preview MLS Cup and talk about D.C. United's moves so far.

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Even in the offseason, the Filibuster crew is hear to shout words at you about soccer. Jason, Adam, and Ben start off by talking about MLS Cup and whether or not Don Garber is happy with this final. We talk about the draw of the game to wider MLS and soccer fans, and who has the advantage between Columbus Crew SC and the Portland Timbers.

We then turn our eyes to D.C. United, and talk about the trade of Chris Pontius to the Philadelphia Union. We talk about the ridiculousness that is the Union front office as well. Then we analyze the potential Lamar Neagle trade to United, and then break down MLS's Best XI.

We end the podcast with our verdicts on whether or not Andrew Dykstra, Fabian Espindola, and Michael Farfan should be back next year. Give it a listen!

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