D.C. United have three matches in eight days, so there is plenty to talk about on the newest episode of Filibuster! Adam, Jason, and Ben start off by talking about D.C. United's 1-1 draw against Sporting Kansas City and how it is disappointing to drop points at home, even against good teams. We then talk about Michael Farfan and Nick DeLeon, Chris Korb and Taylor Kemp, Luis Silva, and the massive amount of squad rotation and competition that is going to take hold in May.
We then talk about United's midweek game against Orlando City and try and diagnose why the Lions aren't scoring any goals. We also talk about their young Canadian starlet, Cyle Larin, their gameplan and how to stop it, and then talk about current Lion and former Union player Amobi Okugo.
Speaking of the Philadelphia Union, they are a bad soccer team right now. We talk about whether or not we see Jim Curtin or Nick Sakiewicz getting fired this year, their 345 goalkeepers this season, and how to best extract three points from them this Sunday. Give it a listen!
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