All Three Points

All Three Points podcast: The rule of threes

It’s an historic day, dear listeners, for it is the first time the A3P podcast has been recorded following three consecutive wins! Somebody make a plaque.

The games
  • Union 4–2: Andrew Wenger’s coming out party is also the most dominant offensive performance the team has submitted in a very, very long time.
  • Union 1–0 Toronto: A gritty win that never was as close as the scoreline suggested.
  • Toronto 0–2 Union: No one wants to play this team right now but Toronto is reeling. What will the Union do against better opposition?
The points
  1. Wait, we have a starting 11? And they play at the same time? The Union finally have a relatively settled starting lineup and, astonishingly, the coach is playing them! Barring the goalie kerfuffle and some adjustment with Carlos Valdes returning, who would you change in the team that beat Toronto on Saturday?
  2. The U.S. Open Cup: The final approaches!
  3. A new head coach on the way? Jim Curtin’s final act as Union head coach may be to win the U.S. Open Cup, as rumor has it Dutchman Rene Meulensteen has been tapped as the next boss. The announcement is being delayed, supposedly, until after the cup final? So, this a good move or not?

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2 Comments

  1. Good stuff thanks guys

  2. Really enjoy the Union talk fellas. Thanks for doing it! From Oregon, Scott

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