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Filibuster podcast episode 150: Hugs for everyone

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We're pretty sad about D.C. United, but we manage to have some fun regardless.

It is the 150th episode of Filibuster, so to celebrate that fact we bring you a completely regular show! Adam, Jason, and Ben are joined by Donald, who regales us with the view from the stands of D.C. United versus Montego Bay United FC in the Concacaf Champions League. We talk about the game, the subs that Ben Olsen sent, and whether Travis Worra was close to coming on as a field player in that game.

We then have to talk about the sadness that was the 2-0 loss to the Montreal Impact. We talk Markus Halsti, Steve Birnbaum, and Didier Drogba, first. We then move to a more general discussion, talking about D.C. United and the playoffs, can they turn it around in time to actually do something in said playoffs, and whether or not they need a wholesale lineup change at this point.

Finally, we talk about D.C. United's Friday game against NYCFC. We talk about New York's midfield of Frank Lampard and Andrea Pirlo, Thomas McNamara, and what D.C. United needs to do to get a point. Give it a listen!

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