Hello Rapids Fans! This week on Holding The High Line, we have the second half of our Jordan Angeli interview.
Holding The High Line: Jordan Angeli Interview
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Matt Pollard (Red) and Mark Goodman (Rabbi) are Southern California natives and started HTHL in January of 2018. Red is the Site Manager over at Last Word on Soccer. He has covered the Colorado Rapids as credentialed press since 2016. In his non-soccer free time, he enjoys the outdoors. He is also a host on Last Word SC Radio which is also a member of the Beautiful Game Network. Rabbi relocated to the Pittsburgh area in 2019. He now covers the Pittsburgh Riverhounds for Pittsburgh Soccer Now and soccer in general for American Soccer Analysis.