The SBI Show: Episode 96 (Talking Americans Abroad, college soccer, and more)

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Steve Cherundolo and Brek Shea made some waves this weekend when both made their season debuts for their respective clubs, and that topic serves as the lead subject on the latest episode of The SBI Show.

Episode 96 of The SBI Show takes a closer look at Cherundolo and Shea’s returns to league action, and what it could mean going forward. We also discuss Jozy Altidore’s worsening situation at Sunderland, and whether a winter move away from the Black Cats is a realistic option.

Co-host Garrett Cleverly and I also discuss the NCAA Tournament, which saw the field whittle down to eight on Sunday, with some surprising results.

Give Episode 96 of The SBI Show a listen after the jump:

What did you think of the episode? Excited to see Cherundolo and Shea make their first league appearances of the season? What do you make of Bob Bradley interviewing with the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Share your thoughts below.

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9 Responses to The SBI Show: Episode 96 (Talking Americans Abroad, college soccer, and more)

  1. Dc says:

    Come on, Ives! Cal will beat Maryland, mark it.
    I will be one of the 20 people there.

  2. Phill says:

    I’ll be at the Cal game. Any excuse to eat at Angeline’s!

  3. MisterJC says:

    Good show guys…

  4. rainORshine says:

    agree about dempsey

    not sure how a handful of games in england over winter helps dempsey be better prepared for bazil

    get some rest (november/december), get conditioned (jan. camp) and get into preseason with your team (feb.) so you can find a rhythm at the beginning of season (march)

    dempsey to EPL for a couple months? why? been there, done that… and you only increase the odds that you struggle to find a rhythm in seattle in the spring

  5. doktoramor says:

    Love the show, but I am not sure there is anyone who enjoys the ramblings.

  6. Joamiq says:

    You guys better have a photographer on hand for the momentous first meeting!

  7. John L says:

    I don’t think Klinsmann thinks that he’s the first one that started to tell MLS/American players to go on training stints during the offseason. He did start the move that his national team players should go on loan to a top league in Europe during the offseason, if the opportunity comes for any of his players.