Tuesday Happy Hour, May 26: Doppelbock

Results in Germany today: Bayern Munich all but sealed the Bundesliga title after a 1-0 win at Borussia Dortmund. Joshua Kimmich's amazing individual effort was enough to take the three points. None of the other title contenders were able to keep pace as Bayer Leverkusen lost 4-1 to Wolfsburg to slump into 5th place, 11 points back of the leaders. Borussia Mönchengladbach moved into 4th place, but missed out on jumping into 3rd temporarily, with a scoreless draw with Werder Bremen. Some Happy Hour reading for you: Sean Ingle at the Guardian drops a bombshell regarding the Newcastle United takeover. Get more information on the World Trade Organization report that could scupper the deal at the

Saturday Happy Hour, May 23

Let's get caught up on what we've missed since Friday morning's show... Bayern Munich maintains their 4-point lead ahead of Der Klassiker on Tuesday. Eintracht Frankfurt made it interesting, but Die Roten pulled away in the second half. Check out the highlights: Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez gave the green light to La Liga this morning, their return to the pitch can happen during the week beginning June 8. More from MARCA. Forward Madison got everyone's attention this morning with their alternate kit release: Song of the Day: R&B legend Maxwell was born on this day in 1972. Somehow this one didn't reach #1 on any charts...

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 20: 6 positive Premier League tests

Premier League returning to training over the last 48 hours as protocols are agreed upon for the first phase of resuming activity. Six players/staff tested positive in the initial round of tests, those individuals will be isolated for a week. Some morning reading for you: Serge Aurier might be in trouble after he posted haircut photos on Instagram. EFL proposing salary caps for League One and League Two. NWSL putting together the details for a tournament in Salt Lake City. Song of the Day: Busta Rhymes turns 48 today. After starting with the Leaders of the New School and turning heads with a number of featured appearances, this single broke Busta to the masses in 1996:

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 18: Soccer Made in Germany returns

We'll talk about the return of the Bundesliga this morning on the show. Live at 9am here on the homepage, or on your SDH app. You can also watch on Twitch. Some morning reading for you: * A recap of the weekend in the Bundesliga. * England's League One trying to figure out what to do with the rest of their season. * The Costa Rican league returns tomorrow with Saprissa leading the table by four points. Song of the Day: Country music legend George Strait celebrates his birthday today. It was a cheesy movie, but this was a huge hit for him on the Pure Country soundtrack.

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 14: MLS starts to structure youth development

We're live at 9am this morning, you can listen here on the homepage (live or on-demand). You can listen on the official Soccer Down Here app (Android/iOS downloads available). You can also watch on our Twitch channel. Some morning reading for you: * Sam Stejskal provides a breakdown of the new MLS youth development structure at the Athletic. * Paul Kennedy speaks with MLS' executive vice president of competition and player relations Todd Durbin about the new youth endeavor at Soccer America. * Get ready for the return of the Bundesliga with ESPN's Bill Connelly. Song of the Day: Ian Astbury, lead singer of The Cult, was born on this day in 1962. They had many hits, but this is my favorite th

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 12: Return to the pitch?

Plenty to get into on the show this morning, join us live at 9am or on-demand here on the homepage. Some morning reading for you: * An interview with Boys ECNL Commissioner Jason Kutney. * Premier League stars have not been consulted yet about Project Restart plans, from the Daily Mail. Song of the Day: Steve Winwood was born on this day in 1948. After starting out with the Spencer Davis Group and Traffic, Winwood has had an amazing career playing on hits for others (Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Chile") and had a string of hits here in the US. This is my favorite of his solo hits:

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 11: Premier League showdown

The Premier League is meeting this morning about their next steps in restarting action in England. With some clubs pushing for a return to action and others standing against playing in neutral venues, will the clubs be able to find a consensus? Some players are pushing back against the idea of coming back to play as well. Some morning reading for you: * Overview of the issues facing the Premier League from Sky Sports * Dynamo Dresden will not be able to resume the season in Germany this weekend due to a mandated 14-day quarantine period after two players test positive for Coronavirus * On this day in 1983, Aberdeen won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup trophy over Real Madrid. Plenty of coverage o

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 10: Sunday Brunch

Some Sunday reading for you: * Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. of Scotland's second tier has issued a statement ahead of Tuesday's vote on an independent investigation of the SPFL's actions: "Tuesday will bring forward the next stage of this process when all 42 clubs will vote again, this time on a straight forward resolution re an independent investigation with perhaps the last opportunity to discover how and why things went so badly wrong from the beginning and who was responsible but please be assured that ICTFC will move forward regardless of how that vote goes. One thing is certain, with regards to the governance and leadership of the SPFL, we all deserve better." * David L'Heureux an

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 5

New show live this morning on the SDH app & here on the homepage, send in your questions/topics to join the conversation. We'll be talking to Atlanta United Academy director Tony Annan later today about what could be next in the world of youth soccer, be on the lookout for the podcast soon. Some morning reading for you: * Germany’s Bundesliga is set to be given the green light for a restart, probably from May 15, as part of measures to further ease the country’s coronavirus regulations, two people familiar with the preparations told Reuters. * At the BBC, English Football League chairman Rick Parry has said the current season needs to be concluded before 31 July and that clubs face a "£200m

Best MLS Teams of the First 25 Years: #17 2016 FC Dallas

The best season in Dallas history, one that saw two trophies find homes in Frisco, will always have a big question mark at the end of it. What if Mauro Diaz had not torn his Achilles tendon in the 89th minute of the season's 33rd match against Seattle? The Best XI midfielder missed the playoffs that saw those same Sounders defeat Dallas in the conference semifinals. That question mark does not take away from a double-winning season with the Supporters' Shield and Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup ending up in the hands of the club. It was Oscar Pareja's finest season with the club, leading his team to a 24-9-12 mark in all competitions. Diaz's 13 assists in league play stand out alongside 9 goals eac

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 4: England edges back towards the field

Another week begins. As everyone tries to figure out what's next in soccer and life, some parts of the world make bigger steps to a return to the pitch and to some semblance of normalcy. * Jeremy Wilson at the Telegraph writes, "Women’s football and the grass-roots game will remain two central planks of the Football Association's strategic planning as it sets about cutting £75 million from the annual budget." * From the BBC: "Clubs in the EFL face a bleak future as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, says football finance expert Kieran Maguire." * Matt Hughes at the Daily Mail explains some of the different positions on what's next for the Premier League. Some clubs want to block Project R

Biscuits N' Gravy, Sunday Brunch: May 3

Beautiful weather here in Atlanta, but really missing live soccer. I should be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium right now, preparing for a Sunday afternoon match between Atlanta United and Real Salt Lake. I love those afternoon matches, they are by far my favorite. Once we finish the Full Time Report on radio, there's usually time to get to the pub or get home to watch other matches from around the league. We'll get back there, we just have to try to have patience... Some Sunday reading for you: * Jonathan Wilson writes in the Guardian: "But in the background there is a crucial, nagging voice, and what it is saying is this: if football isn’t prepared to return, at least initially, in a form very

Biscuits N' Gravy, May 2

We're going to try to keep the kitchen open for your breakfast needs going forward, sharing some interesting articles for you to check out and a little fun too. Here's today's good reads: * Graham Hays wrote at espnW: "A federal judge in California ruled in favor of the United States Soccer Federation on most of the key points in the ongoing wage discrimination lawsuit brought by members of the U.S. women's national team player pool..." * In MARCA: "Gary Neville has suggested that the Premier League should complete their season in a country that is less affected by coronavirus." * "The Women’s Premier Soccer League has canceled its traditional summer 2020 season and is exploring options

Best MLS Teams of the First 25 Years: #18 DC United

As the first champions of the league, the inaugural DC United squad holds a special place in MLS history. They won eleven of their final fourteen matches in the regular season and playoffs in regulation to storm to the title. They also did the double in their first year, winning the U.S. Open Cup over Rochester at their home base of RFK Stadium. They did not look like champions in the beginning, losing five of their first six matches and Bruce Arena conducted a roster overhaul on the fly. Steve Rammel and Tony Sanneh were added from the lower divisions early on, and Bolivian international Jaime Moreno joined in the summer. Raul Diaz Arce led the team with 23 goals in the season (second in

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