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Filibuster podcast episode 185: Barge in the ocean headed to Spain

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In the last podcast before the Copa break, we talk USMNT, Sporting Kansas City, and Seattle Sounders

With a game this Wednesday, D.C. United is back on their regular Tuesday to help you get all the info you need. Jason, Ben, and Adam start by reviewing D.C. United's 1-0 victory over Sporting Kansas City, and start with the wonderfulness that was Alhaji Kamara's goal. We ask whether the team we saw in Philadelphia and Kansas City is true D.C. United right now, and we show some love to the return of Bill Hamid. We end the first segment by talking about Luciano Acosta and Fabian Espindola and what the latter has to do to fit in the with the rest of the team.

We transition quickly into the Copa America Centenario, which starts this weekend. We ask whether or not the United States are going to be OK and talk about, of course, all of the players that Jurgen is playing out of position. We get out of the segment before we get too mad at Jurgen, but we truly do want him to confound us and do well at the Copa.

Finally, we bring on Dave Clark from Sounder at Heart to preview United's midweek matchup with the Seattle Sounders. We ask what is going on with the Sounders attack as well as about Brad Evans and the stingy defense. We also ask about Andreas Ivanschitz, we have to ask about Jordan Morris, and wonder if there will be any rotation for this East Coast trip. We end by asking about some veterans on the team, Osvaldo Alonso and Herculez Gomez, before exploring whether or not Sigi Schmid is on the hot seat and how Dave would gameplan Seattle for United. Give it a listen!

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