These are unprecedented times, and MLS is taking unprecedented measures to ensure all teams are measured on the same standard. That means points per game will decide playoff seeding and playoff spots. That’s good news for some, and not so good for others. Andrew, David and Charlie weigh in, celebrate another win for the Union, who are on track for their first-ever trophy now that the Supporters’ Shield is back on, then chat with veteran shirt tucker Ray Gaddis, covering the how and why of on-field presentability, the importance of voting and everything in between.
Also in this show, the guys argue about MVP candidates (and Defender of the Year), declare Josef Martinez clear troll winner and give Henry Kessler his due not that there’s no Rookie of the Year award.
|4:44||Standings, Shield to be decided on points per game|
|14:47||Do the Union have a legitimate MVP candidate?|
|16:41||Who should be Defender of the Year? Mensah vs. Zimmerman|
|23:15||INTERVIEW: Ray Gaddis’ All-Tuck 5-a-side, Union evolution, voting rights|
|1:02:28||Should a fullback be in the running for Defender of the Year?|
|1:05:27||What’s the ceiling for the Revolution?|
|1:16:39||MLS Predict 6 pres. By BetMGM|