Highlights from this week’s show.
Join Cincinnati Soccer Talk for Episode #309 as the team discusses the point in Seattle and the missed chance at home vs Chicago. Regardless, FC Cincinnati still controls their own destiny but they need to beat the wooden spoons to achieve their goals.
Big thanks to Apollo Home who joins the CST team as a long-term sponsor. We give them their first of many shoutouts. Also if you use Apollo for their many home products, please say you are a CST listener and they will waive the $79 charge it normally would cost to have a tech out to evaluate your home.
We also take a moment to dig into missed point moments that we can easily point to and say, this match now matters. Hopefully, it won’t after this weekend. Our city waits in anxiety to find out if the first playoff berth will come.
Our Next Live show is scheduled for Nov 21st at Grainworks Brewery. Save the date! as we play on joining AO Cincy for a World Cup Special.
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Note: The Intro in the Youtube video is extra loud. The Podcast audio version is correctly balanced