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Filibuster podcast episode 74: I never had a year of rum

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On tap tonight: rum and coke, Blantons, Michter's rye, and Sam Adams.

Games have been played, and the Filibuster crew is always there to review them for you. We start out by reviewing D.C. United's game against Toronto FC the Chicago Fire, which includes talking about Perry Kitchen, Eddie Johnson and Fabian Espindola, and Nick DeLeon and Sean Franklin. We then have to talk about some woes from that game, including Christian and whether or not Chris Korb should start when healthy, and the play of Jeff Parke and Bobby Boswell. We close out the first segment talking about Luis Silva and Davy Arnaud in the central attacking midfielder role, and whether or not Lewis Neal is the most underrated.

We then bring on Jake Catanese from The Bent Musket to help us preview the New England Revolution. A wide-ranging discussion ensues, including talk of the Revs taking a page out of the San Jose playbook, their offensive woes, Jose Goncalves, the ownership philosophy of Bob Kraft, and stadium projects in DC and Boston. We end tthe segment with how to gameplan for the Revolution, the role of Charlie Davies on this team, and what happened to Scott Caldwell. Give it a listen!

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