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Filibuster podcast episode 140: Gin in lieu of money

We have to talk about the FC Dallas game, but also talk USMNT and Philadelphia Union.

It is a Tuesday, so that must mean that it is time for Filibuster to come back into your ears. We don't even let the fact that we've sent Adam on assignment prevent us from calling him while he's on vacation and making him talk about soccer. We start with the loss to FC Dallas: we talk about what we liked and didn't like from the defense as well as the great performance Andrew Dykstra put in. We then wonder what happened for each time at halftime, and then talk for awhile about Facundo Coria making us very, very sad.

We then move on to preview D.C. United's first home game in years, when they take on the Philadelphia Union this Sunday on national TV. We wonder if the Union will try and do the same thing they did in the Open Cup, how Alvaro Saborio will fit in for United, and the fact that the Union have a midweek game.

We end by talking USMNT and the Gold Cup, and mostly wonder if there is anything we can learn from the Cuba game. Give it a listen!

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