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Filibuster podcast episode 155: The urge to vomit

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D.C. United's play has apparently infected our recording process.

Despite technology trying it's hardest, Adam, Jason, and Ben are back for another episode of Filibuster! We talk about the difference between D.C. United versus the New England Revolution and D.C. United versus the New York Red Bulls, as well as talk about the bad refereeing that almost led to Markus Halsti getting seriously injured.

We then have to carry on without Adam and talk about how Pontius' injury affected the team, the second leg of D.C. United versus the New York Red Bulls, and D.C. United's road woes. We finish this section by talking about how D.C. United has to try something different than this 442 since they don't have Davy Arnaud and it hasn't worked against the MetroStars, as well as lamenting Michael Farfan's injury.

We finish by talking about the rest of the MLS Cup Playoffs and then talk about the finalists for the MLS Awards, including Bill Hamid! Give it a listen!

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