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Filibuster podcast episode 173: Boozy fruit is always good

The guys talk about D.C. United's great first half (and second half collapse) against LA before previewing New England

Filibuster is finally back on a Tuesday, and we're here to review D.C. United's first regular season game. We have to talk about Mike Magee and the difference between the two halves against the LA Galaxy, the bad marking on set-pieces, and the benching of Fabian Espindola. We also ask about Lamar Neagle's defense when he was moved to the wing, whether Luciano Acosta will go 90 minutes, and Steve Birnbaum's head injuries. We end by giving our takeaways from this game, including United's new directness and Nick DeLeon's good game in the center of midfield.

We then invite on Steve Stoehr from The Bent Musket to break down this weekend's game against the New England Revolution. We talk about the Revs' road draw in Houston, Diego Fagundez's resurgence, and the whole Jermaine Jones situation. We then discuss their system, their new right back in Je-Vaughn Watson, and why Kelyn Rowe was a central midfielder. Finally, we ask Steve about the Revs' stadium situation and how the gameplan the Revs this weekend. Give it a listen!

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