Friday Pods are the Drunkest Pods.
game in hand.
Rog sits down with Manchester United legend and Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar to talk about his trophy-filled career, the art of goalkeeping, and Ajax's secret to youth development and what the U.S. can learn from it.
It's 2020. And The Moyes are Back in Town.
Rog and Davo are joined by "Last Week Tonight" host and massive Liverpool fan John Oliver to talk Jurgen Klopp's "white knuckle hugs," the big storylines of this Premier League season thus far and some of our favorite moments of the past decade.
Last Pod of the Decade.
Rog is happy?
Rog breaks down one of the biggest Premier League plot twists in recent history. Mauricio Pochettino is out at Spurs. And none other than JOSE MOURINHO IN.
Rog talks with Golden State Warriors head coach and eight-time NBA Champion Steve Kerr about empathy, leadership, life lessons and Liverpool Football Club.
Live in Liverpool, between beers 4 - 12, Rog and Davo recap their trip to Anfield to witness Liverpool's seismic win over Manchester City.
Too. Much. Narrative.
This may, or may not, include mention of Christian Pulisic's hattrick.
Live in Raleigh, N.C., Rog previews the NWSL final with World Cup Champions Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger. Plus, NC Courage and Chicago Red Stars coaches, Paul Riley and Rory Dames, preview the final.
Rog is joined by North Carolina Courage hero Heather O'Reilly to preview their championship matchup against the Chicago Red Stars. Then he travels to Portland to talk with USWNT and Thorns defender Emily Sonnett about the club's record attendance and special relationship with the city.
In the first ever episode of Women in Blazers, Rog is joined by Kelley O'Hara to break down the upcoming NWSL semifinals. Then, he interviews the league's all-time leading scorer Sam Kerr in Chicago, where her Red Stars host Portland Thorns Sunday.
Everton are in the relegation zone.