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Filibuster interview with Oniel Fisher, plus D.C. United versus Montreal

Soccer rolls on

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D.C. United is two-thirds of the way through the group stages of the MLS is Back Tournament, and Filibuster is here to talk about what they need to do to get through. Jason, Adam, and Ben break down United 1-1 draw against the New England Revolution, and talk about what is going on in central midfield and why this team can’t break through without Pipa Higuain.

In the second segment, Jason talks to Oniel Fisher to get his thoughts on the tournament so far and how he prepares for playing a game at 10:30pm.

Finally, we welcome on Kevin Laramee to preview D.C. United’s must-win game against the Montreal Impact. We discuss who replaces Ignacio Piatti, what the team needs to do to get back on track, and what Thierry Henry’s goals are as coach. Give it a listen!

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 9:42 D.C. United versus New England Revolution
  • 27:47 Oniel Fisher
  • 47:23 D.C. United versus Montreal Impact

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