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Filibuster podcast: D.C. United vs. Atlanta United as MLS kicks off the regular season

Real soccer games are back!

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D.C. United plays a real MLS game this weekend, and Filibuster is ready to dive back into the season. Jason, Adam, and Ben kick off the episode by talking about United’s new secondary jersey and how white it is before diving into their last preseason game. The debacle against the Montreal Impact gives us a bunch to talk about, including what went wrong in the defense and in the midfield, and what positives we can take out of this game as United prepare for the regular season.

In the second segment we welcome on Dan James from the Home Before Dark podcast to preview D.C. United’s clash with the Interlopers Atlanta United. We discuss their new setup under Frank de Boer, losing Miguel Almiron, what Brek Shea might mean for this team, and a whole lot more. Give it a listen!

Music is Fractal (Original Mix) by MendeX.

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