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Filibuster podcast episode 145: Settling before settling was necessary

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D.C. United takes on Montego Bay United tonight and the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, and we're on it.

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Happy United Day and Happy Filibuster Day! Adam, Jason, and Ben return to talk about the debacle that was the San Jose Earthquakes game. We ask if the other shoe dropped in this game (or if it had already dropped), the problem that was the defense in general and Kofi Opare particularly, the lack of ideas across the midfield and attack, whether or not Alvaro Saborio scoring would have changed things, and Davy Arnaud.

We then talk about the Concacaf Champions League and games both past and future. We talk about Michael Farfan's play and his backheel, the reserves in general, and whether or not someone may be able to vault into the first time from this game.

Finally, we talk about the Atlantic Cup and the New York Red Bulls. We mention Dax McCarty, Shaun Wright-Phillips, getting pressure and pressured in the midfield, and who from United needs to step up in this game. Give it a listen!

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