S2 E41: Didgeridoo Speech

Hello Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, we have a lot of league news to discuss with the Colorado Rapids double game week this week. The guys recap the state of the #AUnitedFront give events at DSG Park earlier this year. We say adios to Johan Blomberg and discuss the state of the coaching search given recent events.


We do Good Thing, Bad Thing, Big Thing on Saturday’s win over the San Jose Earthquakes. The guys then turn to Minnesota United FC and the Houston Dynamo. We discuss how the teams are different from when they visited Commerce City and what the Pids can do to get lots of points this week. This episode ends with some Jonathan Lewis and Andre Shinyashiki talk for AskHTHL.


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