The SBI Show: Episode 109 (Previewing USMNT-South Korea, talking MLS moves, and more)

U.S. Men’s National Team


The first U.S. Men’s National Team match of the year kicks off on Saturday, and Jurgen Klinsmann will be fielding a starting lineup with many of his first-choice players, but also some players still fighting for a place on the U.S. World Cup squad.

On Episode 109 of The SBI Show, we discuss Saturday’s USMNT friendly against South Korea, including the players who have the most riding on the match, and the lineup we are likely to see take the field.

Co-host Garrett Cleverly and I also discuss the latest MLS moves, including Fredy Montero’s permanent move to Sporting Lisbon and what it means for Seattle.  We also talk about Freddy Adu and where he stands these days after word that he is training with English League Championship side Blackpool.

Give Episode 109 of The SBI Show a listen after the jump:

What did you think of Episode 109? Agree with our take on the South Korea friendly? Do you see

Share your thoughts below.



This entry was posted in Featured, Podcasts, U.S. Men's National Team and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

10 Responses to The SBI Show: Episode 109 (Previewing USMNT-South Korea, talking MLS moves, and more)

  1. MisterJC says:

    Thanks for this one, too. Listened to the last two shows back to back while I was at work. Now to sleep…

  2. Dainja says:

    And if you want beef you can bring the ruckus,


  3. Ando says:

    wu wu wu wu wu wu wu

  4. Gabe says:

    ives, you guys are really getting tricky with this intro music. i dig it.

  5. critic says:


  6. Bellus Ludas says:

    Per Mix…I think this match is important for him in that this is a match where he should run the show and be the focal point of creating chances. IMHO JK wants to see if Mix can take on a leadership role rather than just adding value.

  7. Clyde Frog says:

    I always enjoy the show, but in this episode like a number of others way too much time, energy, and verbiage is spent lecturing the over reactive fringe of US fans. I realize such people exist, and they are generally the type of people who like to post in your comment sections. But give the majority of your listeners a little more credit please! Such 5-minute lectures really aren’t necessary and detract from the rest of the show.