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Filibuster podcast episode 188: Changing the arc of human history

D.C. United, USMNT, and more, featuring Kyle McCarthy!

It is a USA gameday, and it is a Filibuster listen day! Jason, Adam, and Ben are back to talk about a couple of D.C. United games and the USMNT. We start with the two most recent games, the US Open Cup loss to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers on penalty kicks and the 0-0 draw to the Houston Dynamo in MLS regular season play. We talk about our feelings about these two results, as well as the lack of creativity shown across the field and what they can do better. We talk about D.C. United’s formation, the debut of Jalen Robinson in MLS, and, of course, we have to talk about Chris Durkin.

We then talk about tonight’s USMNT matchup against Argentina, including the changes Jurgen Klinsmann is going to have to make to both his players and maybe to his formation. We take this opportunity to crack open the Twitterbox as well to talk about potential throwback jerseys for D.C. United.

After the break we bring on Kyle McCarthy of the Boston Hearld to preview D.C. United’s upcoming game against the New England Revolution. We talk about the Revs’ up and down season so far, their midfield, and how Kei Kamara has fit in with their striker corps. We talk about the play of Andrew Farrell and Lee Nguyen, whether or not Juan Agudelo will still be with the Revs at season’s end, and our old friend Charlie Davies before asking Kyle to gameplan the Revs for us. Give it a listen!

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