The boys discuss yet another surreal finish between City and Spurs at the Etihad. Plus, Lampard still searching for his first win, Josef Martinez can't stop scoring, Barca struggle vs Bilbao and more.
The EPL is in fact back for more and the boys have too much to talk about - Pulisic not starting, Arsenal's youth, Levy's Eriksen decision, VAR and more. Plus, a La Liga preview.
In the final part of our 3 part EPL preview, we field your questions in a mailbag special. Plus, we make predictions that we hope you'll forget (unless they wind up being correct).
Our 3 part EPL season preview rolls along. In Part 2, we lay out twenty questions covering everything from questionable transfers to Pulisic's prospects to the human side of VAR.
Here we go! It's part 1 of our 3 part EPL season preview series! The great Ian Darke joins the boys to get things started... enjoy!
Things are happening everywhere! Big moves at Everton, a stalling out at United, interesting decisions at Arsenal, MLS All-Star Week, unlikely friendships! It will all be covered on this week's Caught Offside!
The boys are joined by Dermot Corrigan to discuss the uncertain future of Gareth Bale. Plus, it was a riveting weekend in MLS and we relive Ray Hudson in all his glory.
The boys put their principles aside and discuss some of the day's most pertinent transfer rumors. Plus, John Barnes joins in-studio for a lengthy chat on Liverpool under Klopp, racism in football, playing for England and much much more.
It's been a US Soccer-centric month so the boys take time to catch you up on some current events in MLS and abroad. Plus, a nostalgic look at the WWC and the Gold Cup.
The US put in a spirited performance but lose to Mexico in the Gold Cup Final. The boys recap the game and examine their takeaways from Berhalter's first tournament.
Some call them cocky, some call them arrogant, but the one thing that we must all call them is BACK-TO-BACK WORLD CHAMPIONS! The boys discuss the final, the tournament, the tea and the future.
The USWNT defeated England 2-1 to advance to the World Cup Final. The boys discuss a pulsating and compelling semifinal.
The USWNT defeated France to secure a date with England in the Semifinals of the World Cup. The boys break down the game and ask is Ellis holding the team back?
It wasn't easy but the US Women advance to face France in the quarterfinals... Thoughts on the penalty? Thoughts on the lineup? Thoughts on the performance? Plus, operation revenge is a success for the US Men and we talk Rafa Benitez with Lee Ryder.
The boys look back on the USWNT's defeat of Sweden and discuss their overall takeaways from the group. Plus, what's up with Argentina? And Andrew revisits his list of "those that have wronged us."
The USMNT's redemption tour officially began with a 4-0 win over Guyana in the Gold Cup. Plus, the US women continue their impressive title defense and we wonder if Neymar is Barca-bound.
The USWNT beat Thailand 13-0; some say the beating was too much, we say, it was kinda fun! And then there's the men *sigh*. The boys discuss where things stand in the Berhalter era.
Andrew tries to remain engaged as the boys pod during the USMNT's ugly showing against Jamaica. Plus, we preview the Women's World Cup and we relive the Maradona drop in our "5 Stars for 5 Years."
Many have wondered how awkward it would be for Andrew and JJ to host a Caught Offside Cup/Champions League Final recap pod... well, here it is...
The hour is upon us... this is really happening... it's the Caught Offside Champions League Final. The boys break down every angle of this epic matchup.
The boys discuss Chelsea's triumph in Baku as the Blues top Arsenal, 4-1. So what happens next? Is Hazard good as gone? Will the Gunners replenish their defense? And which club would you buy stock in moving forward?
This one's got a little bit of everything: USWNT concerns, Chelsea-Arsenal Europa League Final preview, Wheel of Football and Andrew Helms on 30 for 30's "Back Pass."
With European club play winding down and international season heating up, the boys begin previewing the Gold Cup and the Women's World Cup. Plus, we kick off our "5 stars for 5 years" memories with a clip that is "back for more."
The boys dust off their tuxedo t-shirts for the 6th annual EPL Devundling award spectacular looking back on all the highs and lows in one of the league's most memorable seasons.
JJ attempts to fight back his bitterness and applaud City on their 4th title in 8 years. Plus, the boys debate just how exciting this season was and put a stamp on it with EPL trivia.
Liverpool did WHAT against Barcelona??? Tottenham came back from HOW MANY down in the 2nd half??? For the time being, the boys are united in their joy and they relive two of the most unforgettable games in their clubs' respective histories.
Liverpool legend Bruce Grobbelaar joins the boys in-studio to reflect on an amazing night at Anfield, his own remarkable playing career and a unique life off the pitch.
Days after Origi's heroics, Vincent Kompany sees him and raises him. The boys discuss a thrilling title race despite its predictability. Plus, the top 4 seems set, but Old Gil isn't so sure.
The boys eat their feelings and assure one another that "it's not their fault" in the wake of Tottenham and Liverpool's 1st leg defeats. Plus, Zlatan vs Onuoha and solving the Pogba problem.
Everything holds to form in the race for the title as well as the race for the top 4... but for much different reasons. Plus, Crystal Dunn on the World Cup, her time with Chelsea and why she compares herself to Jon Snow.
City and Liverpool continue to do everything in their power to win the league while those battling for the top 4 seem to be doing the opposite. Plus, Shane Long scores goals faster than JJ can answer simple questions.
Tottenham did not fulfill the prophecy and, in fact, won in the most un-Tottenham way imaginable. The boys reflect on Wednesday's thriller in Manchester. Plus, Ajax outclass Juve, Barca roll over United and Liverpool's quest for the double continues.
The boys are back to recap another tense weekend of Premier League action. We try to decide what will ultimately separate City and Liverpool. Plus, some bizarre MLS incidents.
It's halftime of the Champions League quarterfinals so we assess where things stand, who looks good and who should be worried. Plus, drama at Wembley, two all-time misses and the cult of Zlatan.
The boys wonder if Man Utd are reverting to pre-Ole problems. Plus, if you were designing a soccer stadium, what would be priority 1? And it's MLS "Jump to Conclusions Week!"
Well, Spursy Andy may have won the rap battle, but he certainly didn't win what the battle was about; the boys look back on the Caught Offside Cup. Plus, why we were all Neil Warnock at the end of Cardiff City-Chelsea.
The boys look back at an up and down USMNT friendly vs Chile. Plus, Craig Burley sets us up for the stretch run in the EPL. And oh yeah, you may want to check out what happens at the one-hour mark (the rap battle is ON).
The Berhalter era continues to develop as we look back on the performances of Adams, Pulisic, McKennie and others in the US' 1-0 win over Ecuador. Plus, Holland explained.
We take a look back at a pretty thrilling weekend for FC Cincinnati and a pretty weird weekend for the EPL/FA Cup. Plus, Messi is great: Part 4,639,521.
The boys congregate to discuss the final 4 fixtures of the round of 16: Juve make a statement while Liverpool dispatch Bayern. Plus, USMNT squad observations and the best of LVG.
The boys scramble to discuss the news of Zidane's expected return to Real Madrid. Plus, Gregg Evans of the Birmingham Mail joins to discuss the troubling attack on Jack Grealish.
Incredible comebacks, debatable VAR decisions, unquestionable bottle jobs, British men speaking with Dutch accents... we recap all of it in this Round of 16 Champions League pod...
Jurgen Klopp causes us to wonder if Liverpool is actually the new "Windy City." Plus, the US and Mexico begin another round of tug-of-war over a young prospect.
It's MLS preview time! For those who checked out during the offseason, we are here to get you ready for the 2019 campaign. Plus, the one and only Landon Donovan joins the show!
Celtic fans may be questioning Brendan Rodgers' "character," but we're certainly not! Plus, Vinicius divides opinion, Sarri pulls a Scott and VVD loves the Lion King.
The boys look back at a bizarre back-and-forth between keeper and Manager for Chelsea at Wembley. Plus, Rashford does United proud while Hollywood pats itself on the back.
VAR, yelling, VAR, yelling! Also, a full recap of the Champions League matches, a look ahead to Liverpool-United and a new show recommendation that you are to ignore.
We take a look back at the first set of Knockout Stage matches in the Champions League including PSG ending Solskjaer's honeymoon and Poch pouncing on BVB.
Chelsea... good lord. The boys discuss Sarri's sorry performance: Is it over for the Italian? Plus, we go "In the Club" with Man City and preview the Champions League.
Following Man City's 2-0 win over Everton, the boys discuss the current state of the title race. Plus, is Sarri pushing Hazard out the door as Pulisic gets back in the goals?
The boys are joined by John Strong to discuss Gregg Berhalter's maiden January camp. Plus, are we looking at a new dawn for MLS? And, why life begins at 41.
An interesting mid-week slate in the Premier League brings the boys to Caught Offside Towers to discuss City's slip, Ole time, Sarri's sorrow and Zaha's red.
The boys celebrate the dawn of a new era in American soccer despite not knowing what any of Sunday's game actually means. Plus, a shocking FA Cup 4th round revisited.
Andrew emerges from his veil of tears to talk about another crushing semi-final defeat for Spurs. Did Sarri's tough talk do the trick? Plus, Atlanta load up for 2019.
In light of Sarri's scathing press conference, the boys go "In the Club" with Chelsea. Plus, Tottenham's injury woes continue and JJ still has concerns for Liverpool.
Is Solskjaer beginning to change the minds of those who don't think he can manage United? And is Mauricio Sarri beginning to change the minds of those who love joy? Plus, Petr Cech trivia and David Preece on De Gea's brilliance.
After a week of Cup football, the boys ponder whether the FA Cup is still relevant and ask if Chelsea should promote from within. Plus, we go "In the Club" with Wolves and catch up with Craig Burley.
The title race is reignited as City take down Liverpool; the boys discuss all of the day's events at the Etihad. Plus, our winners and losers from the festive period and Andrew goes two-footed on Neil Warnock.
Grant Wahl makes the trip over to Caught Offside Towers for a wide ranging conversation on all things US Soccer: is Christian Pulisic making the right move? Is this young American core the real deal? Is this the greatest women's team we've ever had? All that and more with Grant Wahl...
The boys discuss an eventful set of Boxing Day results as JJ squirms under the pressure of Liverpool being title favorites. Plus, we present a "Thoughtless Year in Review."
Spurs revel in their Carabao Cup win vs Arsenal but worry remains regarding the future of Poch. Plus, Solskjaer prepares for his Man U debut and rap battle topics are selected... yes, that is happening.
The Mourinho era comes to an end at Old Trafford. We break down what went wrong in the company of Daniel Storey. Plus, Champions League knockout stage previews, bad stat trivia and more.
Andrew joins the pod from Las Vegas as the boys discuss a dramatic ending to the group stage of the Champions League for both Spurs and Liverpool.
It's the busy season in the Premier League and that means plenty of midweek action to discuss. Plus, we get you fully prepared for MLS Cup Final and Gregg Berhalter reveals his plan... JJ is excited.
Two games, so many questions: was Pickford to blame? Should Klopp have been on the pitch? Are Arsenal back? Was that more deflating than usual for Spurs? Plus, Berhalter, Adams, Villa and more!
The boys take a look back at the midweek Champions League action including PSG's big win, Tottenham's re-emergence & Dortmund's use of Pulisic. Plus, Jeff Carlisle joins to wrap up the MLS conference finals.
Andrew enjoys the "Sonny" side of life while things remain heartless at Old Trafford. Plus, Tim Vickery discusses the Copa Libertadores madness and Diego Maradona speaks... sort of.
We put on our nice sweaters, light a fire, some guy plays the piano and we discuss all we have to be thankful for in American soccer. Plus, Nations League, Lukaku raps and the pensionable Tim Cahill.
The boys vent some of their USA frustration following a 3-0 defeat at Wembley. Plus, we bicker over Wayne Rooney's send off, Paul Pogba's return "home," and grass... yes, grass.
There are meaty pods and then there's this one: Manchester Derby, Charlie Austin, Der Klassiker, MLS conference finals, Wayne Rooney, England-USA, Ian Joy... it's ALL there!
The boys reflect on Manchester United's dramatic comeback vs Juve and discuss Sergio Ramos doing Sergio Ramos things. Plus, Boca is playing River and therefore, houses are being burned down.
On this election day pod, we take a look back at the Tuesday Champions League results and wonder if Liverpool are in trouble, if Thierry is in over his head and if Spurs are alive?
FINALLY! MLS' postseason is upon us and Atlanta's Julian Gressel joins to discuss his club's outlook. Plus, it's the 15 year anniversary of "Arrested Development." The boys honor one of their favorite shows through portal of the Premier League.
Lifelong Leicester City supporter and current BT Sport broadcaster Andy May discusses the tragedy at the King Power. Plus, we analyze Lopetegui's sacking and Spurs' situation.
The boys look back on tough days for United, Spurs and PSG. Plus, we check to make sure that Christian Pulisic is in good hands and we analyze Leo Messi's sling.
The boys look back at an eventful and controversial finish between Chelsea and United. Plus, we wonder if Fulham are the most disappointing team in the league. And we give the most obvious Wayne Rooney tribute ever... Schwing!
What's wrong with Germany? Is it ok to believe in England? Is Eric Dier better than Sergio Busquets??? Plus, Miguel Delaney previews the EPL weekend and what type of wine best suits Andrew and JJ?
The boys analyze the USMNT's most recent friendlies and plot a course for the future. Plus, #SaveTheCrew is happening! How this story turned on its head.
Michael Bradley is back with the USMNT; the boys discuss what that means with Jeff Carlisle. Plus, Neil Warnock establishes quite the high bar for a red card offense.
The boys reflect on a surprising 0-0 at Anfield with Craig Burley. Plus, we take in The Tonight Show with Bernd Leno and JJ compares a Jackson Pollock painting to Jose Mourinho.
The boys analyze Dave Sarachan's latest USMNT roster and start really wondering which vets will remain in the fold. Plus, Andrew extends an olive branch to JJ.
The boys are back talking Champions League, the "moral victory table" and Pep's pep talks. Plus, sad seats at Old Trafford and assault with a deadly vegetable.
The atmosphere is tense as Andrew and JJ express some philosophical podcast differences... very uncomfortable. As for the soccer, the Carabao noise returns as does the Wheel of Football! Enjoy!
The boys convene to look back on a weekend that happened. Arsenal manage to annoy Everton fans while United seem to annoy their own fans. Plus, bad misses, good goalkeeping and American pea-brains.
The Champions League is off and running and already there's a ton to discuss. Andrew weeps to Radiohead while James Milner balls out to Lil' Wayne. Plus, is "Spectre" behind Ronaldo's red?
Andrew hands the Caught Offside Cup over to JJ & JJ promptly mocks Andrew's wardrobe... nice guy. Plus, Zlatan does a thing we've never seen and Wilf Zaha airs his grievance.
It may only have been a friendly, but the US-Mexico match presented us with so much to comb through including why Matt Miazga is the new Oguchi Onyewu. Plus, we preview the Caught Offside Cup and analyze Nicklas Bendtner's legal conundrum.
Daniel Storey joins the boys to discuss his new book, "Gazza in Italy," profiling a tumultuous time in an already tumultuous life. Plus, a review of USA-Brazil and what exactly is happening in the Ireland camp???
Well, here it is... the podcast that will change lives! It's our 2018-19 Help-A-Fan Special, where we give you a club to live and die with! Oh, and we do a mailbag too.
On a jam-packed pod, the boys discuss everything from why Andrew is done with soccer awards to why JJ has fond memories of Red Star Belgrade. Plus, a US-Brazil preview.
EMERGENCY POD: Upon hearing the news that one of their all-time favorites has decided to call it a career, the boys come together to share their memories of Clint Dempsey through the prism of 5 memorable goals. Plus, Jeff Carlisle joins to share his thoughts as well.
We've played 3 matches in the EPL, so it's time to jump to some conclusions. Plus, John Strong joins to talk MLS, his experience in Russia and the direction of the USMNT.
For the second time ever, JJ does something that truly enrages Andrew. Plus, where does United's 3-0 loss leave Jose and why is Roy Hodgson upset about a mascot?
Andrew is on vacation but joins JJ to discuss what is going on at Manchester United. Who is to blame for the mess they are in? Plus, Raiola v. Scholes.
Breaking news: La Liga is coming to North America. We discuss the pros and cons... mostly cons. Plus, our thoughts on the upcoming Spanish league season.
The Premier League is back and the boys end up in a heated argument over... Arsenal?? Man City and Liverpool set the right tone while Mourinho/Pogba tension rumbles on.
Part 3 is all about you... it's our season preview mailbag spectacular. Plus, we make predictions that we hope you'll forget... unless they turn out to be right.
In part 2 of our EPL preview, former England international Danny Mills joins to discuss Spurs' inactivity, how he might have dealt with Kevin De Bruyne and much much more!
Here we go... it's part 1 of our 3 part EPL season preview! We answer 20 key questions to get you ready for the 2018-19 campaign.
We catch up with the latest member of the 100 goals club, Bradley Wright-Phillips as he discusses his favorite goal, the turnaround in his career, England's WC run and more.
I believe it was the Joker who once asked, "why so serious?" Today, we pose that question of Jose Mourinho. Plus, Help-A-Fan returns, Fulham stockpile and Weah impresses.
It may still be preseason but the soccer never stops so Andrew joins from his vacation to discuss Ozil's decision, JJ at Manchester City training and a big MLS transfer.
Feeling a sense of loss? Can't quite believe it's over? Why not relive the thrills and spills of Russia 2018 in our World Cup retrospective.
In the first of our post World Cup pods, the boys come to grips with the preseason and football outside of Russia. Transfers, moaning Mourinho, Craig Burley and a trademark Mike Petke outburst.
The boys look back on all the goals, controversies, pitch invasions and stage delays of the 2018 World Cup Final. So join us as we examine how Les Bleus won it all.
It takes quite a big event to get the boys in-studio on a Saturday... oh, who are we kidding, it really doesn't, they actually slept here last night... but still, this is huge! It's our official preview of the 2018 World Cup Final between France and Croatia. Enjoy!
The boys eulogize England's World Cup run and wonder how this team will be remembered. Plus, Dan Thomas joins to lament this missed opportunity and we give Croatia their props as well.
France blow aside Bobby's Belgium and book their place in the final... who will they meet: England or Croatia? Plus, we interrupt your World Cup to let you know that Ronaldo no longer plays for Real Madrid; Dermot Corrigan joins to break down the move.
The boys get you set for the World Cup quarterfinals and talk England with David Preece. Plus, the internet continues to star and more trivia horror for JJ.
"Big old Spursy" Andy and "English" JJ take you through an exhilarating round of 16 from Dier's winning penalty to Chadli's last gasp finish. Plus, trivia, nostalgia and more.
JJ wrote a gentle poem and screamed at a listener all in the same podcast... ah, the power of the World Cup. Plus, we review the group stage and look ahead to the round of 16.
Kroos is clutch, Colombia bounce back and Spain and Portugal sneak through. Plus, JJ's dreaded World Cup trivia & Andrew's trip to the zoo.
The boys examine just what has gone wrong for Lionel Messi and Argentina. Plus, a Ronaldo quiz and a Russian revolution. Oh, and "Sean Dyche" chimes in as well.
We recap the first few days of the tournament including Kane's heroics, Mexico's upset & Landon's fandom. Plus, ALLLL those beautiful goals and Tim Vickery on the South American sides.
In the third part of our "Turn the Page" series, the boys chat with Bruce Arena getting his take on locker room rifts, what he would've done differently and more.
The group previews are done... time for our overall thoughts on the 2018 World Cup. Plus, 2026 is coming to North America!! And Spain did what???
The boys dive into what may be the most evenly matched group of the World Cup... Group H. James, Lewandowski, Mane, Kagawa... the margins will be razor thin.
Is this the true arrival of Belgium's golden generation? Is this the most unified England team in recent history? Can an American fan root for Panama? All that and more...
On Part 1, we looked back; on Part 2, we look ahead. Which young guys have what it takes? Which members of the old guard still have a role? What does the future hold???
Were Germany inSANE to leave out Sane? Plus, ESPN FC's Tom Marshall joins to break down Mexico's chances and shed some light on their off-field distraction.
With the World Cup just days away, the boys bring you Part 1 of a 3 part series on the USMNT so we can bring closure to this ugly chapter of American soccer.
The boys examine what may be the tournament's top team in Brazil and debate just how important Neymar will be. Plus, can Costa Rica do it again? And will the Swiss get rolled?
Has Messi given all he can give to Argentina? Is this the most difficult group in the tournament? Is the population of Iceland less than that of the Indy Motor Speedway???
Zidane made his announcement and immediately, the "emergency pod" bat signal went up from Caught Offside Towers. The boys weigh in on Zizou's decision to walk away.
Our World Cup group previews continue. Can France live up to the hype and can Peru survive without Guerrero? Plus, JJ downs Denmark and both guys question the Aussies.
JJ returns the US a broken man in the wake of Liverpool's defeat. But even still, we power on and look back on all of the moments that made this final so memorable.
With Andrew in the New York studio and JJ in the back of a cab in the Ukraine, the boys preview Real Madrid vs Liverpool.
We continue our World Cup previews with Group B. Are Morocco a potential darkhorse? Are Spain a legit favorite? Plus, #1 songs, a blast from the past and more.
It's time... the World Cup is less than a month away... let the group previews begin! First up, Group A (Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Uruguay).
The FA Cup: was it a fun watch? No. But were there things to talk about? Very much so. Jose's bitter, Willian's petulant & Conte's on his way out. Plus, a goodbye to Iniesta.
It's the gala event of the soccer season as Andrew and JJ roll out the red carpet, put on their finest tuxedo t-shirts and honor both the good & bad of the '17-'18 EPL season.
As the crowd shuffles into the Devundlings After Party, Andrew and JJ hit up the studio to get in a few quick thoughts on the Europa League Final, England and Brazil.
Oh man, this is a long one... feel free to stick it on 1.5x. But can you blame us?? There really was a lot to digest... actually, there wasn't, but still. Enjoy!
The boys convene to discuss who can look back on this EPL season fondly and who cannot. Plus, a World Cup 2026 update, Rooney to MLS, Ray Hudson critiques and more.
It's a multi-continent pod! JJ joins from Ireland to discuss Huddersfield and Southampton staying up, whether or not an era is ending for Juve and Chelsea's heartbreak.
JJ's plane ticket gamble pays off as Liverpool book their place in Kiev where they'll meet Real Madrid. Plus, paying tribute to Iniesta & ranking miserable clubs to root for.
The boys come together to tell you why you should continue watching this EPL season. Plus, we go in-depth on JJ's favorite league (the Championship) with Kristin Heneage.
Toronto send the CCL Final to penalties, but ultimately fall to Chivas. The boys look back on the final discussing everything from Bradley's Baggio to Delgado's Wondo.
Mo Salah was spectacular yet again... so, just how good has he been this season? Plus, Bayern come up small at home and we examine the good and the bad in Jurgen Klopp.
After 22 years, Arsene Wenger has decided his time at Arsenal is over. The boys reflect on the ending of an era, what his legacy will be & what awaits Arsenal's next manager.
It's a blue moon rising as the boys dedicate this pod to Manchester City's title winning season. We look back on their top moments and where they rank all time.
The boys take a look back at the CCL Final 1st leg and discuss whether or not Toronto FC can come back. Plus, Lex Luthor sends Roma's announcer into a frenzy.
After an incredible 48 hours of soccer, the boys hit the studio to look back on epic 2nd legs in Madrid and Rome. Plus, Toronto reach the final while Carly reaches 100.
United spoil City's party causing us to wonder who needs to bend first: Jose or Pogba? Plus, it's MLS Jump to Conclusions week and why Pulisic should've just kept quiet.
It was an eventful set of UCL 1st leg fixtures as Liverpool stun City and Ronaldo stuns Juve. Plus, what happened outside Anfield and inside Toronto FC's tunnel?
Sometimes, there's just a lot going on and you're left with a longer than normal podcast. Please listen to all of it including Alexi Lalas joining to discuss Zlatan's debut.
What's to be taken away from the USMNT's 1-0 win over Paraguay? Who are we pleased with? What has us bothered? Plus, Sterling's plea, Sampaoli's dilemma and England away.
The boys discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic's high profile move to LA; is he coming for the right reasons? Plus, one fan's dilemma makes Andrew uncomfortable.
Ok, so it may not be the biggest game ever played, but we're still gonna tell you what we think of the US' latest roster! Plus, Toronto's odd start and can you ride a zebra?
The boys praise Mo Salah's performance but question why some are so quick to compare him to Messi. Plus, Mourinho changes his tune and it's a World Cup kit fashion show.
United crash out to Sevilla... but don't worry Reds fans, Jose's beaten you before, this is all perfectly normal. The boys discuss Mourinho's crazy comments.
The boys do a deep dive into Saturday's scenes at the London Stadium with Dave Walker of the West Ham Way podcast. Plus, Mourinho beats Klopp but do fans want more?
The boys look back on Tottenham's loss to Juve and try to explain why it went the way that it did. Plus, do PSG need to change their approach? And the CCL theme is revisited.
The boys discuss "3 Goals Inside Selhurst Park, London." Plus, they review Arsenal's "Darkest Hour" and question "The Shape of Chelsea." Yeah, the Oscars happened.
It's a monster pod as the boys get you ready for the start of MLS 2018. Plus, Adrian Healey joins with his thoughts. And the guys weigh in on the USA/Mexico/Canada 2026 bid.
The boys announce their heroes and zeroes from the first Cup Final of the season. Plus, Craig Burley on Arsenal's shortcomings and his favorite team to watch right now.
Back by popular demand, it's "Wheel of football." Also, LAFC's Benny Feilhaber joins to talk about the new season, his new club and his struggle to pick a best friend.
Andy May updates us on his Champions League travels and gives his take on the Pogba/Mourinho rift. Plus, JJ sings the Champions League anthem... no, not that one.
The boys look back on a couple lopsided Champion League matchups and a couple thrilling ones. Plus, Jeff Carlisle on Carlos Cordeiro and US Soccer in-fighting.
Lee Dixon discusses his role in "89 The Film," which takes a look back at one of the most exciting conclusions to a season in history. Plus, the NLD, Antonio Conte and more.
With the USSF Presidential election days away, Eric Wynalda discusses everything from the changes that must occur on the field to the backstabbing that has gone on off of it.
The boys break down an epic Caught Offside Cup while Andrew defends the honor of Eric Dier. Plus, are Arsenal back and what's your favorite way to go on strike?
An emergency podcast it is not... but it is still coverage of a USMNT match. Plus, Beckham's day finally arrives in Miami, albeit without much information.
Video Assisted Refereeing took centerstage over the weekend; it takes centerstage on this podcast as well. Plus, who is Joao Mario anyway?
The boys discuss how both Arsenal and United fared in their high profile swap. Plus, Chelsea cry poverty, Liverpool do Liverpool-things and more optimism for the Union.
Steve Goff of the Washington Post joins to give a status report on how the USSF election is shaping up. Plus, is the USA-Mexico-Canada 2026 bid in jeopardy?
Dermot Corrigan joins the guys from Spain to explain what's behind Real Madrid's downward spiral. Plus, Landon is back and the refereeing blunder of the year.
The guys react /overreact to Liverpool's win against Manchester City. Plus, just what exactly happened to Everton at Wembley?
Well, it's finally happened... the boy from Brazil is on his way to Barca and we check in with Tim Vickery for the details. Plus, Eric Lichaj is getting a dog.
The blows just keep on coming as Jonathan Gonzalez pledges his future to Mexico. Tom Marshall and Jeff Carlisle both join to explain how and why it happened.
The boys brave the elements to bring you their views on yet another busy week in the Premier League... Maybe too busy? Plus, the magic returns in the FA Cup.
If we're anything, it's honest. That's why, as we pass the midway point of the season, we went back and analyzed our 2017-18 EPL predictions. Some good and some... not.
It's an inter-continental pod with JJ joining from Ireland as the boys discuss the Boxing Day fixtures, Barcelona's Clasico triumph and the return of Peaky Blinders.
The boys reflect on all that has occurred this past year in the sport that we love. From the highs of Barca's comeback to the lows of... well, you can probably guess.
The boys are joined by Ian Darke who provides some perspective on City's dominance as well as some hope for sad US fans. Plus, Moyes love, Oldman love and wedding date hate.
The boys discuss Saturday's MLS Cup Final and wonder how American fans feel about Jozy and Bradley's triumph. Plus, Benteke's blunder, PSG's problem and Shaqiri's shape.
The boys look back on the northwest derbies in England in the company of Craig Burley. Was Jose too sensitive? Was Jurgen too dismissive? All of these questions are answered.
The boys put the Champions League group stage to bed by giving you their winners and losers from the competition's first phase. Plus, an MLS Cup Final preview.
The boys hit the studio to look back on David De Gea's masterclass vs Arsenal. Plus, was Gulati good or bad for US soccer? And Mark Clattenberg "scripts" an EPL classic.
It is a podcast filled with singing and dancing... and also instant reaction to the announcement of who's playing who in the group stage of the 2018 World Cup.
The boys discuss whether or not Spurs should be hitting the panic button and whether or not Pep should be coaching other teams' players. Plus, stop leaving games early!!!
The boys break down both MLS 1st legs and weigh in on Michael Bradley's rather inflammatory comments. Plus, who from the world of soccer do you want at your Thanksgiving?
The boys discuss Matchday 5 in the Champions League and wonder which club has been most disappointing. Plus, is it time to reevaluate Arsenal?
In discussing Ireland's meltdown vs Denmark, the boys ponder what way to lose is the best. Plus, get excited about World Cup NIT! And what's happened to the Azzurri?
The boys are joined by Wil Trapp of the Columbus Crew to preview their matchup vs Toronto FC. Plus, Christian Pulisic's take on what went wrong (and Bruce's too).
The campaign trail makes it's way to Caught Offside Towers as Kyle Martino drops by to discuss equal pay, the USMNT's WC failure, youth soccer and everything in between!
Is it time to start wondering whether or not there will be a title race in the EPL this year? Plus, mutual un-enthusiasm on the Moyes appointment.
The boys give their thoughts on the MLS postseason including Jozy vs Sacha and Clint's redemption. Plus, FS1's John Strong checks in with a beard and some flannel.
The boys share their thoughts on Jozy Altidore's shot at New York fans. Plus, Timbers Captain Liam Ridgewell checks in to preview the 2nd leg vs Houston.
JJ implores Andrew to not be insufferable over Tottenham's win at Wembley against Real Madrid. Plus, Andy May checks in from Naples following Man City's 4-2 win.
Caught Offside shares the trailer for Season Two of 30 for 30 Podcasts, launching November 14th, as well as one of our favorite episodes from Season One, Dan & Dave.
Adrian Healey joins to help preview the upcoming MLS Playoffs. Plus, Andrew Erickson of the Columbus Dispatch gives the latest news on the Crew possibly bolting town.
After years of watching JJ keep hold of the Caught Offside Cup, Andrew finally gets his moment in the sun. Plus, Koeman is out and so is one of their fans.
The boys analyze whether or not Jose Mourinho is taking the right tact in his approach. Plus, the Caught Offside Cup resumes, MLS Playoffs are upon us and Big "Uncle" Sam.
We look back at an eventful matchday in the Champions League featuring a thrilling draw at the Bridge, a triumphant draw in Madrid & 2 shocking draws in Cyprus and Azerbaijan
So, the sun came up (we think) & the boys are back in the studio discussing the USMNT's epic letdown. Plus, we begin compiling "the list" of those that have wronged us.
Need to take your mind off of Tuesday's USA nightmare? Well, this is the podcast for you (mostly). We look at Messi's brilliance and bid farewell to a Dutch legend.
It's the podcast that we never thought we'd record. The United States will not be going to the World Cup. They say misery loves company, so come join us.