Tyler Adams: Road to the Cup Episode 5, Powered by Volkswagen
Episode five of our eight-part series leading up to the World Cup, in which USMNT leader Tyler Adams joins Rog to relive Leeds United's delirious 3 - 0 win over Chelsea Football Club, discuss Brenden Aaronson's new "American Boy" song from the Elland Road faithful, and reveal why he won't disclose his favorite NY pizza spot.
Men in Blazers 08/24/22: Do It Live! with Tom Bogert
Rog is joined by insider and journalist to break down the biggest news of the transfer window including the Christian Pulisic sitchu, whether Brenden Aaronson's younger brother Paxton may soon head to Europe, and Gareth Bale to LAFC.
Tyler Adams: Road to the Cup
Episode 4 of our eight-part series leading up to the World Cup, in which USMNT leader Tyler Adams joins Rog to discuss his move to Leeds United, how it felt to walk out into the raucous bear pit that is Elland Road, and how he would've stacked up with current manager and fellow American Jesse Marsch during Jesse's playing days.
Pod Special with Nottingham Forest CEO Dane Murphy
The pair discuss Dane's rise from MLS Scout to running one of the most historic clubs in global football.
WGFOP: Weekend Preview 8/12
Rog takes listener questions on WGFOP: Weekend Preview. Today, the headline is Christian Pulisic, Thomas Tuchel's reported lack of trust in the American, and what it means for his future at Chelsea. Then, celebration of Brenden Aaronson, the Philadelphia Union, Everton's season of... possibility, and more.
Men in Blazers Q&A: Matt Turner on USMNT goalkeeping situation, joining Arsenal and playing into his 40s
The latest series from the Men in Blazers Media Network. Bringing you interviews with the biggest stars from the USMNT before they head off to the World Cup.
Tyler Adams: Road to the Cup Episode 2
Episode 2 of our eight-part series leading up to the World Cup, in which USMNT leader Tyler Adams joins Rog to discuss childhood friend Haji Wright's return into the USMNT; winning his first major European trophy; and whether it's better to have no coach than a bad coach at the youth level.