San Jose Earthquakes Legend Richard Mulrooney Talks Playing and Coaching in the 2nd half of My 3 Subs.  But first…

There was plenty of league action around the globe.  While some clubs are preparing for their imminent coronations, others are locked in a title race where the slimmest of margins separate the champions from the also-ran.

Brodee and Tim have the scoop on the Red, White, and Blue.  One team wants to add some more hardware before the it transitions into a new era.  The US Women’s National Team continue their Olympic Qualifying campaign. The US Men’s National Team wrapped up January with a friendly match.   The other team is looking to simply find its way. 

Major League Soccer, the USL & other leagues are sorting out rosters in preseason camp and friendlies.  The guys will have the big news of the week, including an update on the MLS Collective Bargaining Agreement.

The Transfer Window has closed for most leagues, but the fact that Major League Soccer hasn’t begun theirs means there might be just a bit more business left to conduct.  At least one more Premier League player is heading to MLS.  This time, it’s not to Los Angeles but to Nashville!  News plus a recap of who shined through the transfer window and who simply left smudges.  Brodee and Tim will also review who needs more than a bag of ice in this episode’s Injury Report.

The second half features three-time MLS Cup Winner, USMNT alum, and San Jose Earthquakes Richard Mulrooney.  Mulrooney had a successful professional career, including multiple All-Star nods & Comeback Player of the Year.  Now he is helping the next generation of players as Head Coach at The University of Memphis.  Mulrooney talks about his entire playing career and his transition to other side of the touchline.  The second half comes up next!

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