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  • 01.06.14


    World Football Daily is back in a big way! Oliver and Rafa come back to the microphones to kick it as only this Brit and American can! Our guest for the day is the Telegraph's very own Jeremy Wilson. Jeremy joins the show to talk about the Premier League at the midpoint of the season, coming in to the new year. Arsenal are atop the table and we get his thoughts on how they might be able to stay there. We also look at who have the biggest opportunity to make it into a Champions League spot out of the top 8 teams in the standings as it really is any one's to win. Jeremy and Ollie also look at the January transfer window which just kicked off, with a couple of moves to talk about already. Who will win and who will lose come the close of the window, Jeremy tells us his teams to keep an eye on. Rafa joins the program to talk about his massive hangover to start the new year. The boys also talk about the re-start to Italian and Spanish football, looking especially close at the dominance of Juve and Napoli in the lea

  • 12.30.13


    And Arsenal will be top of the Premier League at the end of 2013. The question of whether or not they will finish at the top of the heap at the end of the season is still yet to be seen. Suddenly, Liverpool FC are in a riot over their recent run of form. Some are literally calling for the head of Manager Brendan Rogers. Sherwood and his Spurs cruised to all three points, but the question is whether or not they will take the Europa League serious, and can they finish top four? Hull City get a huge result against Fulham who have seemingly lost their identity this season. It's a Premier League-centric show today. Thanks to Ollie for coming together to deliver today's show.

  • 12.27.13


    So we hope you have been enjoying your holidays, cause Rafa sure is. Ollie on the other hand is hard at work trying to bring you some of the best content possible. So what can you expect from Ollie? How about some epic Boxing Day football coverage. Some historical moments coming out of the day after Christmas and Ollie talks about it all. From Rooney's 150th, to a record breaking come back, to a referee scandal in Manchester. Ollie also brings you exclusive content from Manager Tony Pullis, US and Aston Villa goal keeper Brad Guzan and Paul Lambert. Again, we are doing our best to deliver over the holidays. Hope you enjoy.

  • 08.28.13


    The midweek edition of World Football Daily is here and lucky for us, there is some Champions League football to talk about, as well as a handful of other football matches, stories and topics to kick about as well. For example, did you hear about Rangers progressing on past Berwick Rangers in the Ramsdens Cup in Scotland? Ya, bet you missed that gem. Our guest for the day is Richard Whittle, Serie A commentator who was the voice you Americans heard on BeIN Sports when you watched the Roma match at the weekend. We welcome back the Serie A with Richard, looking at the new faces who look to make a big impact on the league. Will Rafa Benitez and Napoli find success after some massive makeovers over Summer? Is Fiorentina a legitimate content for the title? And has Juventus beefed up their squad depth looking to win the Champions League, only to stumble when it comes to retaining their league title? So many questions we need to ask Richard. Let's not forget about the Spanish Super Cup!

  • 08.27.13


    The Friday edition of World Football Daily is here and we welcome the start to the new Serie A season. Both the boys are looking forward to this season in Italy with high expectations. Our guest for the day is Italian football editor for, Carlo Garganese. Carlo helps us look at what we can expect from the league this year, particularly who might challenge the Old Lady. Fiorentina have a lot of potential and even more talk from the Italian media with regards to really challenging for the title, but we also look at Roma and how they plan to respond to the pillaging of their talent over the Summer. And will AC Milan start this season off better than last? Carlo will try to answer all these questions. Rafa join the program to give his two pence on Serie A and play a bit of IKTS with Ollie.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 08.17.12


    With one co-host on the sideline, Jimmy Conrad invites super sub and KICKTV producer, Ben Kamlet, on to the show and act as moderator for all of the questions that Jimmy hasn't answered in months. Ben's soothing NPR voice sets the stage as Jimmy discusses who are the hardest forwards to play against, how to play a perfectly weighted pass, which position kids should be playing when they're young to help them become the best players that they can be, and a whole lot of other stuff. In short, this shit is educational so tune in now.

  • Phil Schoen 07.24.12


    Phil Schoen of the new BeIn Sports channel dishes all the need to know information regarding a shift in football coverage here in the states, as well as world wide.

  • Spanish football update with Paul MacDonald


    First up, we have the Spanish Football Editor at International. All the transfer moves and rumors and other news coming out of Spain.

  • DC United and MLS All Star Coach Ben Olsen


    DC United and the Major League Soccer All-Star's head coach Ben Olsen joins the program. We get to talk about the upcoming All-Star game against reigning European Champions Chelsea, as well as talk about the Crew at the weekend and the new owners in town.

  • Player to Coach with English Goalkeeper Matt Murray


    We talk to former England U-21 Goalkeeper, Matt Murray who talks with Ollie about numerous things in football from making the jump from player to coach, to helping out Wayne Hennessey who is recovering from the same injury that took Matt out of the game.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 07.19.12


    Due to co-host Frank Kuzava's loyalty to his son's baseball team as they march through their Little League playoffs, which is the first sign that he's not only a cool dude, he's a good dad, the other guy who talks on the show, Jimmy Conrad, invited the soccer writer for The Sporting News, Brian Straus, to fill in and fill in he did! Jimmy and Brian talked shop about Chris Wondolowski's chance to set the MLS single scoring record and their reasons about why he can't replicate that form with the National Team, the future development of Geoff Cameron as he makes his move to Stoke City in the English Premier League, if Michael Bradley will go down as one of the best players that America has ever produced, and the MLS All-Star Game against Chelsea. It's 25 pretty good minutes. Check it out.

  • Young Fire-Starter talks new life in Pros and taking on Aston Villa


    Oliver and Rafa are joined by the Chicago Fire's young defender and regular in the starting 11, Austin Berry. We talk about his jump in to the Pros and how his first year is treating him and we look forward to his clash against Aston Villa.

  • A Global Shift in Economic Power for Football - Leander Schaerlaeckens


    Today we look at the shift in economic power in world football with ESPN writer Leander Schaerlaecken. With more and more players taking the money and heading to league in Brazil and China, will the beautiful game stay beautiful? Leander joins us to give his thoughts.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 07.09.12


    Jimmy is back from Poland and Ukraine where he was covering the Euros for KICKTV, Frank is back from coaching Little League baseball in Kansas City, and JC's ASS is back and looking tan after spending some time at nude beach. So tune in to hear Jimmy and Frank discuss when the US will produce the next Andrea Pirlo, the difference in levels between playing for your club and playing for your country, why Geoff Cameron should've started versus Brazil, John Hackworth taking over for Peter Nowak in Philly, and some other stuff. You could learn something.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 06.02.12


    Because they prefer briefs over boxers, Jimmy and Frank wanted to be brief with this summary: They talk about the U.S. men's soccer team overall and specifically if Jose Torres makes Michael Bradley better, they chat about why MLS teams don't care about the U.S. Open Cup like they should, and LA Galaxy defender and good friend of the show, Todd Dunivant, tries to help us understand why the Galaxy are terrible this year. Maybe you should listen.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 05.25.12


    Jimmy and Frank take you on another one of their patented adventures as they explore how you adapt to playing with new teammates once you've been traded in Major League Soccer or get called in to the U.S. Men's National Team. Also, they investigate why forwards stop making runs for their teammates and the negative effects of always being in shape without giving your body a rest during the off-season. Also x 2, they welcome D.C. United player/coach, Josh Wolff, on to the show to dissect the inner workings of DC's success this season and what it means to be a player and a coach. We promise you'll get smarter after this one.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 05.18.12


    Against all odds and despite what the haters are saying about Jimmy's hair and Frank's lack thereof, the super cool co-hosts continue to pump out quality podcast after quality podcast and this week they invite one of the hottest goalkeepers in MLS on to the show, Chivas USA's Dan Kennedy, who should be getting a look with the U.S. Men's National Team but isn't. Also, they take questions from the fans in the always popular Facebook Face-Off, which involves navigating the waters of aging Serie A stars who want to come to MLS, who will be the Sir Alex Ferguson of the league, why rookies always hit a wall, and much, much more. We double dog dare you to listen.

  • Jimmy Conrad's American Soccer Spectacular - 05.10.12


    Here is a Cliff Notes version of the show: Jimmy and Frank take questions from the fans and touch upon subjects ranging from losing streaks to expansion to erectile dysfunction to hotshot, arrogant soccer players who think they have it all figured out and they welcome Philadelphia Union Youth Technical Director and former MLS Cup MVP, Alecko Eskandarian, to the program to discuss concussions, youth soccer, his date with Kim Kardashian, and the infamous handball moment of MLS Cup 2004. It's must-see TV!

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