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LAFC Podcast Wrap: Little bit of everything

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One of the great things with all of the podcasts devoted to Los Angeles Football Club is the variety. There’s always room for more, but you can get a little bit of everything with the shows out there.

Back to Back

Jordan and Beita have on teammate Mark-Anthony Kaye for their latest episode. This is a great episode, the standout of the week. All the pods are great but if you only have time for one this week, listen to this one.

The Locker Room with Walker Zimmerman

This week Walker speaks to Jimmy Lopez, president of The 3252. Zimmerman’s mind sounds blown over the “Call to Arms” chant being picked up so quickly by the crowd.

Defenders of The Banc

Filly and The Scarf retire the birthday segment and talk about the Sounders draw. They also announce another tailgate is coming up, with a cup sale that may or may not come with beer poured into said cups.

LAFC Season Pass

The reporters talk the Seattle draw and raise a fantastic point: The three games where LAFC have dropped points this season, Steven Beitashour hasn’t started. Coincidence? Perhaps, but an interesting data point, certainly.

Inside LAFC

Max and Vince talk about the draw in Seattle, the Champions League and the hypocrisy surrounding coverage of the different countries (I agree with Vince’s point there), and go over their Top 5 memories at The Banc through one full year.

Soccer Weekly

Dave Denholm has the spicy take that Zlatan Ibrahimovic can be a jerk. He also talks to Max Bretos about LAFC, and it’s a solid chat.

FCFC Podcast

Alex and Sam do another on-location podcast, at a gym during a tifo painting. They talk to The 3252 treasurer Myra and away day coordinator Rafa.

Shoulder 2 Shoulder

The guys welcome in Chilly, the guy behind Pin Attick, which has some very, very fresh looking pins.

Are We LAFC?

The guys give you the bar talk of the Seattle draw and pull no punches in their assessments.

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