After two episodes, Yanks Abroad has made the decision to join the YA Podcast with the North American Soccer Network
In joining the North American Soccer Network, the Yanks Abroad Podcast will become the latest addition to a fast growing set of shows that cover everything from Major League Soccer and the English Premier League, to Turkish and Canadian soccer.
The second episode of the Yanks Abroad Podcast is now available for streaming or download.
Topics of conversation for this episode include Jurgen Klinsmann's roster selection for the Italy game, as well as the injuries to Jermaine Jones, Timmy Chandler, and Jose Torres. Possible roster additions to take the place of the injured trio, and then an update on Adam Henley being open to switching from Wales to the United States.
The second edition of the Yanks Abroad Podcast will stream live this coming Sunday, February 26.
The broadcast time will be 10:00AM EST, which will be uncomfortable for West Coast listeners, but the timing is working around Brian Sciaretta's schedule in Italy, to allow him to be on the air to provide live commentary on the U.S. National Team.
Timothy Chandler has been given a month to decide his FCN future
Stuttgart continues to show interest in Timothy Chandler, and Nurnberg manager Martin Bader doesn't want to dance around the topic anymore.
According to SkySports and Bild, Bader has reportedly given Chandler a four week ultimatum to decide on his own future; whether he wants to stay at Nurnberg, or move to Stuttgart. Chandler's contract is up in 2013, but Bader wants to know right away if Chandler is going to be a part of Nurnberg's long term plans.
The inaugural episode of the Yanks Abroad Podcast has been released, at long last.
After being talked about and kicked around, and a trial and error episode that featured a little bit too high of a trial:error ratio, Episode #1 has been released and is available for streaming or download. It should also be available on iTunes shortly.
The US national team is set for their first major test of 2012 when they travel to Genoa in two weeks to take on Italy.
There aren't likely to be many surprises on the US roster but there are likely to be a few changes. The biggest change is likely to be in the midfield where a rejuvenated Sacha Kljestan is likely to be given another look by US head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.