The Streak Can Drive!

This week, Dom & Aaron get together for an action-packed episode.  They recap both Rising road wins, then discuss a surpRISING amount of team news (national team callup, playoffs, and roster moves oh my!).

They finish by previewing the match with San Antonio and recapping another fun week in the chaotic Western Conference.

Can we send the streak to college?

#32 | Super Mailbag: xM Edition

Westen, Geoff, Cam, Brad, and Cody tackle tons of listener questions with no Ignite game this past week. Among the topics discussed are, the most important players to the team, player comps for Pato, ideal hangouts with Nate Miller, and other USL markets we would like to see. The crew also looks ahead to the Tucson game this Friday.

episode 52: Tulsa Time

On episode 52 of Fox Trot Pod: Chris and Edward chat about the Foxes loss to Tulsa Roughnecks and chat about MLS' ban on political speech at their matches and rise of the United Front movement against Fascism. We also preview our away match against our third place rivals Reno 1868 FC. All this and much more on Fox Trot Pod!

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Episode 120 - Jordan Scarlett Returns

This week:

- Recap wins over Nashville SC and Swope Park Rangers

- Interview with Jordan Scarlett

- Preview match against Indy XI

03/09/2019 - What's REALLY Wrong With VAR

We are just 4 games into the new season and we feel like we have not heard the end of 'VAR' and the issues surrounding it. So we take a deeper look into the issues that are talked about each and every week, to uncover the real issues with VAR

Some mighty results over the weekend, Arsenal & Sheffield United clawing back 2-0 deficits to come out with a point.Everton go toe to toe with Wolves and come out on topAston Villa will feel hard done by as their goal is ruled out for NOTHING.

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Bold FC's experienced striker is ready to help down the stretch

Austin Bold FC currently find themselves fourth on the USL Western Conference table and winners of the Copa Tejas in their inaugural season. It's a surprising success story and they have relied on a largely veteran roster. Striker Isaac Promise is 31 years old and brings an experienced presence up top combining with players like Kleber and Andre Lima. He has three goals in 2o matches in his second season in the United States after spending most of his career in Turkey.

He played more than 12 years in Turkey and described his experience as enjoyable and unforgettable. "My time there was one of the best of my career," Promise said. When I asked him what his favorite parts of his time there were, he answered shopping and said he still enjoys eating rice, stew, and fish to this day.

Despite spending most of his professional life in Turkey, Promise is a native of Nigeria. Describing his home country, he said that Nigeria is blessed with oil and other natural resources, but there is another valuable commodity that is found all across the West African nation. "Above all, God given soccer talents that you can even create a national team on the streets," he said.

This summer, Nigerian musical artist Burna Boy released his critically-acclaimed album, African Giant. Promise explained that there have been a lot of Nigerian artists making waves before Burna Boy, but he personally prefers gospel music.

Just like African Giant, Austin Bold FC are making waves across America in 2019. Promise said it's a good thing to know they are winning some things "in the first year of a lovely organized team". He added that he's blessed to be a part of it.

But, the players and organization won't be satisfied with a great regular season without playoff success. When asked how dangerous they can be in the postseason, Promise answered, "Everything can be possible if we believe and fight to achieve it."

Bold FC won vs. RGVFC yesterday and they will continue their push towards the playoffs when they travel to Colorado Springs to take on Switchbacks FC on Saturday. Kick off is set for 7 PM Central Time.