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FC Cincinnati and the USL Season is Finally Here

Episode 6

Episode 6
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It may have only been a friendly on Friday night, but the FC Cincinnati faithful packed the house at Xavier to watch the orange and blue in their first game in the Queen City. What a spectacular turnout. The supporters groups were out in force and working together on chants and marching to the game. The Listermann’s event prior to the game sounded like it was a hit as well. It almost feels like the 2-0 win over the Muskies was just a side note to the night. It was great to see FC Cincinnati close out their preseason unbeaten though as they get set to head down to Charleston to take on a very tough Battery side.

On This Episode

We opened this week’s show by discussing the great turnout by fans to the friendly at Xavier. Bryan recapped quite elegantly here. Oh by the way, there was a game on Friday night and it finished 2-0 to the good guys.

We were really excited to have back on the program Chad Hollingsworth from the USL Show and Scratching the Pitch. Chad was impressed with the preseason that FC Cincinnati had and thinks they have a loaded roster, one that can possibly compete for the Eastern Conference crown.

We finished up the show by discussing the radio debut of the John Harkes Show from the Moerlein Lager House in downtown Cincinnati. Our very own Brad Weigel was there representing CST. Yours truly was proud to be the first caller in the history of the program too. #humblebrag

Plus we also give our score predictions for Saturday night’s USL opener for FC Cincinnati and more.

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