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This week we dug into the new acquisitions, pondered KFC, and chatted with Ives, who may or may not be fair to RBNY. Give a listen.

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This week we dug into the new acquisitions, pondered KFC, and chatted with Ives, who may or may not be fair to RBNY. Give a listen.

Great show this week. Excellent suggestion if we trade Kenny Cooper trade to Chivas and to try to get Nick Labrocca. Local guy who has really stepped it up and plays in a position we need. I think he plays primarily on the outside but can play centrally.

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So Ives claims that Espindola had a down season in 2012 even though his stats were all time highs (except for goals where he was -1 from the previous season). I called out Ives on twitter about this and he basically said because Espindola didn't score in the big games (playoffs) he basically had a down season. By this logic Henry, Cooper, Wondo and Montero all had down seasons.

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So Ives claims that Espindola had a down season in 2012 even though his stats were all time highs (except for goals where he was -1 from the previous season). I called out Ives on twitter about this and he basically said because Espindola didn't score in the big games (playoffs) he basically had a down season. By this logic Henry, Cooper, Wondo and Montero all had down seasons.


Good point. Besides, Ives needs to define "big game" before his opinion can carry any weight.

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So Ives claims that Espindola had a down season in 2012 even though his stats were all time highs (except for goals where he was -1 from the previous season). I called out Ives on twitter about this and he basically said because Espindola didn't score in the big games (playoffs) he basically had a down season. By this logic Henry, Cooper, Wondo and Montero all had down seasons.


I saw that exchange on twitter, Hack.

I loved your reply when her said you obviously werent paying attention to Espindola's career.

A simple LOL..... :)

Ives is such a tool when he's called out.....
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Great show this week. Excellent suggestion if we trade Kenny Cooper trade to Chivas and to try to get Nick Labrocca. Local guy who has really stepped it up and plays in a position we need. I think he plays primarily on the outside but can play centrally.


He had a great 2011 season playing at the top of a diamond midfield, so that would allow us to move Cahill up top.

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Ives is such a tool when he's called out.....


He might be an awesome guy in person but he just seems to have an anti NYRB bias and gets pissy when challenged on things. Whenever NYRB makes a move his default reaction is like "what a terrible move....". If it's anybody else it's more positive. Whatever.

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It's all Supporters all the time on our latest show, the Supporters Special! Give a listen.

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You guys do an outstanding job on this show time and again, just wanted to say thanks. Wasn't even expecting any new episodes at all over the offseason, so makes these new ones even sweeter when there's no games to watch. Keep up the good work!

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Yeah, You guys do a great job. I go to sleep listening to a soccer podcast and always enjoy when you guys have a new show. My one recommendation is try to get on stitcher or TuneIn.

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Yeah, You guys do a great job. I go to sleep listening to a soccer podcast and always enjoy when you guys have a new show. My one recommendation is try to get on stitcher or TuneIn.



We are on Stitcher my man! Will look into TuneIn.

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Thanks for the kind words, Telegraphed & scheets. As Dave said we have been on Stitcher for most of 2012. Also keep in mind that SR appear on NASN streaming radio.

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Stitcher made it much easier to listen on my tablet.




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