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Filibuster podcast episode 98: New York Red Bulls, Concachamps, and the Chicago Fire

On tap tonight: Fermentation without representation, Evolution Lot No3 IPA, Red Hook ESB

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With only minor technical difficulties this week the Filibuster gang is back in your earholes. We first start talking about the game between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls, and how everyone seems to have already forgotten it. We talk specifically about Bill Hamid's amazing save being ignored, Mark Geiger, and the troubles of playing down a man.

We then move onto tonight's game against Waterhouse FC, whose nickname is confusingly "Fire-House." Jason gives us the gameplan on this important game.

Finally, we move to this weekend's game against the Chicago Fire. We talk about why their field is so bad, why they are so bad, how to gameplan for them, and whether or not anything besides a win is acceptable. In the middle of the Fire talk, we also take a brief diversion down to Richmond to recap the madness that was the Kickers 2-1 playoff win over the Charleston Battery. Give it a listen!

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