On this edition of the Upper 90 Soccer Show, the hosts Robert Bode, Austin Sanders, Justin McMahan and Brendan Darr review the Euro 2012 quarterfinals and give their preview of semifinals between Spain-Portugal and Germany-Italy.
DC United defender Brandon McDonald and Craig Stouffer, who covers DCU for the Washington Examiner, join the Upper 90 Soccer Show to discuss the season thus far and Sunday’s rivalry match against the New York Red Bulls.
D.C. United (9-4-3, 30 points) remained in first place in the Eastern Conference after Chris Pontius knocked in a Branko Boskovic free kick in the 78th minute for a 1-0 away win on Saturday night at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. It was United’s fourth straight win.
One of the greatest events in soccer is about to begin, as the UEFA European Championships begin Friday. This week on the Upper 90 Soccer Show, hosts Robert Bode and Justin McMahan break down each team from all four groups, plus Bode gives his own Euro Top 40 Players list.
DC United needed extra time to move past the Richmond Kickers on Tuesday night in the 99th edition of the US Open Cup. Marcelo Saragosa provided the game-winning goal in the 107th minute for the 2-1 victory.
The regular crew of Robert Bode, Austin Sanders and Justin McMahan are back together on this episode of the Upper 90 Soccer Show, and they are joined by their favorite guest in the world, US Soccer Hall of Famer and Fox Soccer Channel analyst Eric Wynalda.
This time on the Upper 90 Soccer Show, Robert Bode and fill-in hosts Brendan Darr and Scott Graham take a look back at the wild final matchday of the Barclay’s Premier League, with Manchester City dramatically hoisting their first BPL trophy and their first top-flight title since 1968.
In the first full episode of the Upper 90 Soccer Show on 1067thefandc.com, the hosts Robert Bode, Austin Sanders and Justin McMahan interviewed Dave Johnson, the TV play-by-play voice of DC United, and Jason Davis, the co-host of “The Best Soccer Show.”
Chris Pontius and Hamdi Salihi scored second-half goals and D.C. United beat Toronto FC 2-0 on Saturday, relegating the Reds to the worst start in MLS history at 0-8-0.
DC United (4-2-3, 15 points) sits alone in 2nd place in the Eastern Conference after notching back-to-back wins for the first time since June 2009. Maicon Santos surprisingly leads the club with six goals through nine games.