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Filibuster podcast episode 131: The international date line is a legitimate thing

We review the win over Orlando City and the loss to Philadelphia, as well as previewing this weekend's match against New England.

And now here comes the 131st edition of Filibuster to please your ears on this fine Wednesday. Adam, Jason, and Ben look back at the week that was, and start off by talking about how slow D.C. United looked against the Philadelphia Union and asking whether or not they should just burn the tape of the game and move on. We also talk about the right side of D.C. United's attack, Chris Rolfe and Miguel Aguilar, and Ben Olsen's substitutions in each game. We end the look-back by talking about filling out the various positions with the further injuries the team has, with a special focus on Davy Arnaud.

We then talk about the upcoming game against Matt Reis' New England Revolution. We are happy for Charlie Davies even though he isn't here anymore, we talk about the Revs pressing and attack, and we break down how you can get three points against them.

Finally, we crack open the Twitterbox and answer your questions! We mention our meetup that is happening in a week and a half, talk about Luis Silva's injury, and discuss which starters could be pushed to the bench when everyone is healthy. Give it a listen!

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