Sure bye weeks are great for the players who need a break, but to have a bye week one week after the season opener is such a tease. Thankfully the FC Cincinnati faithful have a short trek up I-74 this week to watch the Orange and Blue take on Indy Eleven. Enjoy this week’s show. Get downloading!
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Highlights from this week’s show.
We started off this week’s show by recapping this past weekend’s win over the Columbus Crew reserves. I certainly can’t blame Alan Koch for wanting to keep his guys fresh. All that build up to the season opener and then to have to sit around for the weekend. The club’s friendly with the Dayton Flyers was snowed out over the weekend, so it was good to hear that FC Cincinnati got some minutes over the weekend.
We learned today about Cincinnati’s bid to be a host city for the United big in 2026. It’s interesting to see where Cincinnati stacks up against the other cities bidding for the World Cup in 2026. To learn more check out Bryan’s story here.
We wrapped up the show by playing the Wikipedia game again.
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