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D.C. United’s offseason and MLS awards: Filibuster

We take our first steps towards 2019

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D.C. United is plowing right into the offseason, and Filibuster will be here with you every step towards the 2019 season. Jason, Adam, and Ben start this episode by talking about D.C. United’s apparent new technical director, Dane Murphy. Relatedly, wetalk about the way that Loudoun County United will fit with D.C. United under the leadership of a single technical director. With a USMNT game coming up today, we have to talk about the ridiculousness furor surrounding Wayne Rooney’s callup, before ending the segment talking about some MLS awards and especially ones that feature Luciano Acosta and Mr. Roney.

In the second segment, we talk about some MLS expansion news, dunk on some badges and some Telstar logos (but not Telstar the ball) and punt the playoffs to next week’s episode. Give it a listen!

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