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The SBI Show: Episode 300 (with special guests Herculez Gomez and Andrew Farrell)

Herculez Gomez and Andrew Farrell join The SBI Show to help celebrate the 300th episode of the show, talking USMNT, MLS, and more.

Host Ives Galarcep discusses the latest Americans Abroad news, including FA Cup victories for Zack Steffen and Manchester City, and Christian Pulisic and Chelsea, as well as the recent debuts by Paul Arriola and Daryl Dike with their new teams in England.

Former USMNT striker and current ESPN television analyst Herculez Gomez joins The SBI Show to discuss the USMNT and its golden generation, the MLS CBA and the players union’s latest failure, and the improved opportunity for young players in MLS.

New England Revolution defender Andrew Farrell also joins the show to discuss the Revs’ impressive 2020 season, the breakout seasons for Matt Turner and Henry Kessler, and his own evolution into being a team leader.

Episode 300 also features some words from USMNT winger Tim Weah, who is enjoying a good season with Ligue 1 leaders Lille.

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  1. Congrats on 300, and as always, great show!

    Me personally, I’d prefer 2 episodes a week if it meant more guests and solid production…

  2. A healthy Jozy is number 1 LMAO!!!!! That’s like me saying a alive Michael Jackson is number 1. Ives Jozy done. Its between Josh and Hoppe right now at number 9. Also some other younger options

    • You can think Altidore is done, but Berhalter doesn’t and ultimately he’s the one who counts in all this. It’s only going to get tougher for Altidore to stay healthy at this age, but if he’s healthy and playing regularly he is still very much the guy Berhalter will call on for a big game.

      Sargent should take that spot soon enough, as I noted on the show, and if there was a big game this week he’d be the pick. As for Hoppe, he’s got promise, but folks need to relax rushing him up the list. He’s still young and raw and needs more seasoning.

      Who starts the first qualifier in the Fall? My money is on Sargent, but it wouldn’t at all shock me if Altidore is there and it’s much more a possibility than some folks seem to think.

      • I like Jozy, and don’t disagree with him being our current best striker, but that’s contingent on him being healthy and available.

        If so, then yeah, start him.

        Otherwise, I’d rather have Weah or AJ up there…

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