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Filibuster podcast episode 135: There's a reason they're not called Courtmanchebucks

In which we talk about Orlando City, D.C. United's offense, and pool balls.

When you wish upon a star, makes no difference where you are, any Filibuster your heart desires, will come to you! Filibuster is back on its regularly scheduled Tuesday delivery time, and Adam, Jason, and Ben have some soccer talk for you. We start off with D.C. United's loss to Orlando City, and we have to talk about the state of United's attack. We also talk about where Chris Rolfe can be most effective, the play of Chris Korb and Taylor Kemp, and the larger width issue that they bring and that is also up the field.

We then talk about tomorrow night's US Open Cup between D.C. United and the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. We talk about its streaming, how they're scoring (and giving up) tons of goals, and what lineup we expect to see.

We then move onto Sunday's game against the New England Revolution, talking about their season so far. We talk about their (sometimes) potent attack and how United can keep from failing against them.

Finally, we talk about the Women's World Cup and the USWNT. We talk about how awesome Julie Johnston and Becky Sauerbrunn have been, the midfielders and also "midfielders" that Jill Ellis has played, and what we expect to happen today against Nigeria. Its a jam-packed show, so make like peanut-butter and give it a listen!

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