Q joins the fire after a 6 week break on ATL ON FIRE. The fire is back and we talk about the good run and why Pity needs to start flying like a sparrow. Mike rants on Pity's lack of visual positivity. Dave cracks open some great wine and we talk about it all.
Dave & Mike are joined by the hostile guest Leah Dobbs to talk about our soggy loss in Ohio, the win in New England and the tough loss to FC Dallas at the Benz. We discuss each player and grade them so far, but have some hope no that chances are being created. Atlanta United has 28 games left, how can we turn this around?
Seven games into the season, we'll discuss the last four games, including CCL match-ups against Monterrey and the two MLS ties with Cincinnati and The Union. Frank De Boer has some work to do, and we'll give him some rope, but the results need to change soon. Now that we can focus on MLS only, we're still optimistic the team can get back to our offensive mode and creating a lot more chances for number 7. We Ready, we still proud, nothing is going to change our positivity.
Carmen Butler joins Dave and Mike to talk about the latest stretch of games. We also get to learn more about Soccer in the Streets and how to get involved. It was a fast and furious start to the season, and we'll take the CCL victory, but have some concerns about balancing the MLS schedule. Hope you enjoy!
ALT ON FIRE starts with a Nagbe rant and adds a few new segments like Katz Corner and MLS trivia. This episode has Dr. Roberto Vargas from Atlanta Spine Center, joining espisode three as our special guest. Hope you enjoy...
We actually made a second podcast. It might be real. The dream is alive. Billy Elek Joins hosts Mike Dobbs and Dave Katz to ponder how 2019 will go for Atlanta United. Are we right? It matters not, hope you enjoy the fireside chat. Miguel Almiron transfer is done. What's ahead for the team, and get ready for "squad rotation".
ATL ON Fire episode 1 is kicked off with Katz & Sully joining host Mike Dobbs to talk Atlanta United soccer. We ready? Not really but that won't stop us. Miguel Almiron, Pity Martinez, Frank de Bour, and much much more...