In the first edition of a reoccurring item on the site, I bring to you this thing. Listened to later, it sounds like a podcast, but it happens live, and you can hear it, so it's more of a radio show, really. That I do. I've been doing it since 2012, first with a co-host, and now just me. This thing I do is broadcast live over the internet on Fridays from noon to 2 p.m. Chicago time. You can find it at Chicagoland Sports Radio, and, as of recently, on Tune In by searching Chicagoland Sports Radio. And yes, it's like, totally actually real sports talk radio, with phone lines and everything, so if you happen to be listening and feel like telling me I'm stupid (or whatever), we've got that going for us, which is nice. You can call in at 312-564-7375 anytime you want, so long as when you want is Friday between noon and 2 p.m.
Unfortunately, it is not Friday from Noon to 2. So you'll have to settle for the podcast of the show, instead. Good thing there's a comment thread, eh?
On the first show of 2014, Kevin Egan of the Chicago Fire broadcast team and the Big Ten Network joined me from Ireland (over Skype) to talk about the Fire and their acquisitions, as well as a bit about Jermaine Defoe and Michael Bradley. Guillermo Rivera of Fire Confidential sheds light on similar topics, and there are loads of amateur technical problems. Plus Stephen Brant joins me to talk about... well something vaguely soccer-related. I think. Possibly the EPL.
So, Here goes something. Enjoy. (Or be merciless in the comments.) (Or both!)