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Filibuster podcast episode 206: Dinosaurs headbutting other dinosaurs

We have Jurgen Klinsmann’s stupid comments and the last D.C. United regular season home game about which to talk

Even though there wasn’t a D.C. United game this weekend, there is still a Filibuster for you to enjoy on Tuesday. Jason, Adam, and Ben talk about the change in ownership of D.C. United, with Jason Levien and Erick Thohir buying out long-time investor Will Chang. We then shift gears to talk about the national team, talking specifically about Steve Birnbaum and Bill Hamid and tearing our hair out at the comments Jurgen Klinsmann made about Hamid’s standing.

We then shift to the NYCFC game this weekend, with D.C. United able to clinch a playoff spot with a win and controlling their own destiny for fourth place (and a home playoff game). We talk about what United need to do, how they should attack the Pigeons, and how important that fourth playoff spot is. We end by talking about what D.C. United has to do to stop New York, and who New York will target when they attack United. Give it a listen!

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