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Filibuster podcast episode 77: The Dejan is strong with Keel

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On tap tonight: Buffalo Trace, Broker's gin rickey, and Evan Williams Single Barrel.

The Filibuster team is back once again, even if we are a day late due to technical issues. We are not talking about Juan Guzman and the red card that should have been. Instead, we start by talking about D.C. United's tactics versus Columbus Crew, including how the team pressed for the first thirty minutes of the game, Fabian Espindola's goal and whether the bunker after it was planned or not. We then give you an in-depth analysis of Columbus' goal and Sean Franklin's role in it, break down Eddie Johnson's performance, and end the first segment by talking Nick DeLeon, Perry Kitchen, and whether the Columbus Crew are a dirty team or not.

We then turn our eyes to this Saturday's opponent, FC Dallas, and start with Mauro Diaz. We then move into if D.C. United have a chance and what their tactics need to be if they do have a chance. We end the FC Dallas segment talking Oscar Pareja, set pieces, and Stephen Keel. And since we got some good questions, we bust open a lightning round version of the twitterbox at the very end of the show. Give it a listen!

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Thanks for listening. Get in touch with us with any questions, comments, concerns or anything else via Twitter - @FilibusterDCU - or by emailing us at filibusterpodcast@gmail.com. Or just leave a comment on this post. If you give us feedback, it may be featured on the next edition of the Twitterbox!

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