This week on the Soccer Godcast, Kevin Brown and Miriti Murungi talk about their European fandom. Miriti defends his choice to support Arsenal (the most heartbreaking team in Europe) and celebrates the Gunners’ shocking—and possibly match-fixed (unconfirmed)—Champions League win over German juggernauts Bayern Munich. Kevin explains how and why he allows himself to become more and more of a Paris Saint-Germain fan despite the obvious internal conflict brought on by the club’s Qatari ownership group.
Later, they break down the final weekend of the Major League Soccer season, which the league —for whatever reason—has decided to brand as #DecisionDay.
Finally, thanks to listener questions on Twitter, important subjects like the greatest song of all time, the inherent value of certain types of fried potato, and the quality of Trader Joe’s sandwich spreads with an expert analysis that only the #SoccerGodcast can provide.
Listen below, and find previous episodes of the podcast here: