Category Archives: Four At The Back

#15: The Long Goodbye

The long-awaited but barely anticipated 15th episode of Four At The Back is available now, in which Dan Loney and I talk about the USA/Mexico game, Don Garber‘s decade as Commissioner of Major League Soccer, the just-completed “Summer of Soccer” and the future of our little show. Who knew Landon Donovan had Swine Flu? Not […]

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Programming Note

Four At The Back is taking some time off.

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Episode #14: Beckham, Gold Cup, Open Cup, SuperLiga

So is David Beckham really a bad captain and teammate? And what will happen now that he’s due back in the States soon and will return to his contractually-obligated, short-term-stint MLS career next week against the Red Bulls in New York? Dan Loney and I will discuss that and other topics in the latest episode […]

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Episode #13 – Confederations Cup, XSL, Book Report and US Open Cup

Back after a week’s vacation, Dan Loney and I pick up with Episode 13 of Four At the Back by looking at the US Nats’ shocking run to the Confederations Cup final, the potential demise of the Xtreme Soccer League and third-round results in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, plus we talk to soccer […]

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Extra #2: Shep Messing En Toto

Just our luck – the US pulls off a miracle, and we’re going to be on vacation this week. So no new Four At The Back this time around (sorry), but on the second Four At The Back Extra, we bring you our entire interview with former star goalkeeper and current star analyst Shep Messing. […]

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Episode #12: Slammed in South Africa, Rossi, USL-1 and Mount Rushmore Revisited

The plight of the National Team, branding Giuseppe Rossi a traitor, the top team in USL-1 and Mount Rushmore redux are the topics on this week’s episode of Four At The Back. Dan Loney and I look at the first two games of the Confederations Cup for the US and ask “What’s next?” Also, Andrew […]

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Episode #11: WPS, Open Cup, the Nats and Mount Rushmore

Josh Hakala from usopencup.com and Rob Penner from WPS are our guests on Episode #11 of Four At The Back. We also talk about the US Men’s National Team’s qualifier against Honduras and their prospects in the upcoming Confederations Cup, and, just for fun, ask “Who’s on your Mount Rushmore of American soccer?” Download the […]

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Episode #10: US Nats, Subbuteo, Beckham and More

Falling between World Cup qualifiers, episode #10 of Four At The Back features discussion of the US Nats’ loss in Costa Rica and a look ahead to the game with Honduras. Also, the best subbuteo player in the country, Zach Walker, is our guest (visit the American Subbuteo Association to find out more about this […]

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Four At The Back – Episode 9

Shep Messing is our guest on the latest episode of Four At The Back (sorry it took an extra day to get it online – but, hey, you’re not paying for it, so simmer down). We also discuss the US National Team’s upcoming busy summer and ask what can be done about the US Open […]

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Four At The Back – Episode 8

The Steven Cohen affair, ties in Major League Soccer, proFANity in the stands and an NASL reunion are the topics Dan Loney and I cover on the 8th episode of Four At The Back. In honor of the season finale of American Idol, we even ran a little long this week. Sorry about that. Notes […]

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