Sunday, July 6, 2014
Pat & Chris are back after the disappointing loss to Belgium to wrap up the US' 2014 World Cup experience, and look ahead to the next four years. They also take a look at the remainder of the World Cup.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to celebrate the loss to Germant that is really a win. They take a look at the Round of 16 match against Belgium, and quick predictions of all the other Round of 16 matches.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to recap the draw against Portugal and how the US is looking in Group G, then they preview the Germany match and scenarios for how the US advances to the knockout round.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to recap the US' 2-1 win over Ghana, look ahead to the match up with a suddenly weak Portugal, and how Group G is shaping up. They also talk about how exciting the World Cup has been up so far, including CONCACAF's remarkable record, and which team is the biggest shock, Spain or Portugal. This episode was recorded on Tuesday, June 17th.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to look at the USMNT's 2-1 win over Nigeria, including Jozy Altidore's 2 goals and Tim Howard's 100th cap. They look at how the other Group G opponents are doing before the World Cup. In the first ever guest segment of Yanks Go Marching, the guys talk to chris Naaden about the angles to look at for betting on the World Cup. In the final segment, they break down the group stage for the US, and their first match against Ghana.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to review the USMNT's 2nd World Cup Send Off match against Turkey, and whether the 4-4-2 Diamond formation is the best option. They discuss if Landon Donovan will really be missed by the team. They look at how the other Group G participants are faring in warm up matches, and how a witch doctor caused Ronaldo to sustain an injury. They preview the Nigeria match, look at Giusseppe Rossi being left off the Italy roster, why MLS isn't appealing during the World Cup, and start the idea of a #USMNTDrinkingGame.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to review the first World Cup send off friendly Azerbaijan, and why Pat's player ratings make people angry. They review the announced 23 man roster and why Landon Donovan was left off. They preview the match against Turkey on Sunday, and finish it off reviewing the draw for the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to take a look at the 30 players who will be at the USMNT pre-World Cup camp. The discuss Eddie Johnson being snubbed. They take a look at Tim Ream vs DeAndre Yedlin vs John Brooks. They also look at Timmy Chandler vs John Brooks vs Julian Green. Lastly they take a look at the new MLS TV Deal, and what it means for the future of the league.
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to discuss the possible 30 man roster for the pre-World Cup camp. After that lengthy discussion, they look at the US hosting Copa America 2016. Will Gedion Zelalem finally become a US citizen and join the USMNT. Will MLS release players before the FIFA release date. Is Sunderland's relegation battle good for Jozy Altidore? Will he stay with Sunderland after the World Cup? Lastyl, Qatar has reduced the number of stadiums for World Cup 2022.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to recap the US-Mexico match, Julian Green's debut, Omar Gonzalez's Woes, and "Who's In, Who's Out?". Next the guys talk about who they would take; Omar Gonzalez or Clarence Goodson, Eddie Johnson vs Chris Wondolowski, Julian Green or Brek Shea or Brad Davis. Then they tackle the current Best XI before turning their focus to MLS: Bradley & TFC, Dempsey & Seattle, and Player Salaries. The 2016 Copa America is coming to the US, and Pat is very happy about the FIFA World Cup game coming out within the next week.
Friday, March 28, 2014
Friday, March 14, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
|What's your John Travolta name?|
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
|Star Spangled Thongs are all the rage these days.|
In the latest edition of the Yanks Go Marching podcast, hosts Pat & Chirs tackle a wide range of topics. They start off with with the USMNT Friendly vs Ukraine being moved to Cyprus. Next it's onto an unexpected addition to the European USMNT Camp, and the Best XI based on players in Europe. Did Dempsey's bad loan spell to Fulham hurt his MLS & World Cup chances? Chivas USA is bought back by MLS, but what's the plan for the future? MLS Referees might or might not go on strike. They tackle the important topic of MLS shifting to the European schedule. The discussion is wrapped up with the first feature of "Qatar Watch 2022".
Friday, February 7, 2014
Pat & Chris talk about the"meaningless" 2-0 victory over South Korea, and who helped or hurt their chances of going to Brazil. They talk about the current USMNT Starting XI based on form, and ponder if the US can succeed without an in-form Clint Dempsey. In Yanks abroad, Juan Agudelo scores his first goal while Fabian Johnson will be up for a free transfer in the summer window. Turning to MLS, the guys cover Beckham FC and the future of MLS. Can it finally start to beat out Liga MX? Lastly, producer Jason gets in on the action with the first ever yellow & red cards being handed out on YGM.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Pat & Chris are back to talk about MLS's incinsistent roster rules, and income inequality. On the US Soccer front, the guys discuss transfers including Jermaine Jones to Besiktas, Brek Shea's loan at Barnsley, and Maurice Edu's return to MLS. The player talk continues with the great striker debate of Jozy Altidore vs. Aron Johannsson, then shits to focus on the situation at Right Back. They preview the upcoming South Korea match, possible friendlies in Ukraine & Arizona, and the World Cup Send Off tour.
Friday, January 10, 2014
In the inaugural edition of the Yanks Go Marching podcast, hosts Patrick MacDonald and Chris Kaminski talk about the January camp roster. Yanks playing abroad including the Clint Dempsey (Fulham) vs Jozy Altidore (Sunderland) match. Bob Bradley becomes the first American to coach in a European Top Flight league. Finally they discuss transfers involving Jermaine Jones, Brek Shea, Oguchi Onyweu, and most importantly Michael Bradley.