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Filibuster podcast episode 103: Chicago Fire review, Tauro FC and Montreal Impact preview

On tap tonight: Manhattan, a Gin Pontius, and Courvoisier

The Filibuster gang is back, once again, to preview and review all of D.C. United's soccer action. We start with the conference title clinching win against the Chicago Fire, in which we talk about Chris Pontius, Eddie Johnson and the team in general's composure on the ball, Nick DeLeon and Fabian Espindola's play, and more!

We then talk about tonight's matchup against Tauro FC in the Concacaf Champions League, and talk about whether or not we agree with the fact that Ben Olsen sent a team of reserves (both coaches and players) to this game. Finally, we talk about this weekend's game against the Montreal Impact, we talk about what we might want to do to Felipe Martins, and we talk about the Impact's (and D.C. United's) jerseys. Give it a listen!

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Our theme song is Pocket, by Beau Finley, used with permission.