In Episode 1: Logan Ayers and Colin Steitz discuss the D-2 Agreement on the US Soccer Pyramid, talk about NASL Expansion, banter the Chargers moving to LA, and talk about Indy Eleven's first 9 signings of the 2017 campaign.
https://soundcloud.com/ticc_pod/the-cosmos-dont-sleep-with-the-fishes After an extended hiatus (and some uncertainty on whether or not we'd be back), TICCPod is back talking New York Cosmos, the Rocco, and the Resurrection. We'll give you an update of how things played out for the club, who's gone, who's left and have a look at an unexpected savior.
Today Minneapolis City SC co-owners Dan Hoedeman and John Bisswurm join the guys to discuss their move to the National Premier Soccer League, mascots, and the US Open Cup. John and Fletcher also talk FIFA vs. PES and why you shouldn't fight teammates. Follow Minneapolis City @mplscitysc Follow us @TheOuterDrive
https://soundcloud.com/ticc_pod/cosmos-country-ep-68-prep-for-the-playoffs We're back, talking a win over Minnesota United, some news about a bite-sized potential NASL Final venue and your reactions to that and rumors about Gio Savarese. Speaking of Gio, we speak with him, Carlos Mendes, Jimmy Maurer, Adam Moffat, and Eric Calvillo about their win and the road ahead. We take
https://soundcloud.com/ticc_pod/fall-champions-2016 We're back talking silverware as the Cosmos clinch the Fall Season title, the Combined table for the second year in a row, and the #1 seed in the postseason! We talk an exciting win in Jacksonville and take a look around the league's results and news. We share your thoughts on who
https://soundcloud.com/ticc_pod/recap-nasl-and-final-rights-for-sale We're back, talking an important road point in Ottawa, an important upcoming road match, the loss of a starter, and the newest obstacle the Cosmos may face, the inability to host the NASL Final should they win the rights to do so. We take a look at results and news around
https://soundcloud.com/ticc_pod/little-more-positivity We're back talking some mixed results for the Cosmos on the road: a loss in Indy and a win over the RailHawks. We follow that up with a look around the league's results and news. We also return to the subject of the league and 2017, compiling all the updates across
“They’re selling postcards of the hanging.” This week, the NASL decided to issue a statement reiterating their commitment to moving forward, growing the game, and “laying the groundwork for an exciting future,” - basically, attempting to close down the internet rumors they were moments away from being bundled into the trunk