Memphis Rogues NASL Soccer History 101 takes us back to 1978 with wild stories from original Rogues staff Rudi Schiffer, Bob Brame, and Hal Downing.  But first…

There were a few matches in the Premier League but a full slate most everywhere else.  While a Liverpool title seems like a foregone conclusion, more and more leagues are seeing tighter and tighter races at the top.  Brodee and Tim have a look across the leagues with an eye on who’s hot & who seems stuck in neutral.  

The United States Women’s National Team has qualified for the 2020 Olympic Games!  We have your recap of their successful quest to punch their ticket for Tokyo this Summer.

Major League Soccer has a new collective bargaining agreement, meaning the 2020 will start on time. The boys will discuss the details and how each club will be impacted.  As a result, the season, just two weeks away, will start as planned.  The guys look at the preseason buildup to opening day rosters.

The league is about to open its transfer window.  One Nashville deal isn’t as done as first thought!  

The USL is in the middle of preseason.  Catch up on some of the league’s biggest roster moves.

Tim and Brodee have updates on who’s trying to heal, and who is nearing a return from injury. 

After this, the second half features the wild, make it work on a shoestring budget club that called Memphis home.  We call it Memphis Rogues NASL Soccer History 101 with  Rudi Schiffer, Bob Brame, and Hal Downing.   They take us back to the pitch and the parties, both equally important.  As a result, this team lived up to its naughty name.  Special cookies, missing beer, and making bail were all par for the course.  While they might not have won all the matches, they did win the post-match parties!  Click on this episode’s second half to get this special glimpse into the origins of Memphis professional soccer!

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