This weeks episode features interviews with Head Zanate Josh Babetski, and Rigo and Mateo from the Zanate Musical Collective. Jeremiah and Landon also discuss the following topics:
- Should Austin FC Consider a Defensive DP?
- Stadium Seating Chart
- Cap City Soccer recently posted a “leaked” McKalla Stadium layout on Twitter.
- 2019 Highlights
- 2020 Hopes and Dreams
- Other stuff
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Resumen de fin de año, las noticias del mes de diciembre, entrevista con Alex Limón de Hopsquad Brewery, y unas palabras (en ingles) del Jefe Zanate, Josh Babetski.
Sports journalist, Chris Bils, and Austin FC's Tom Webb join Landon to talk about the highlights of 2019 and what they are looking forward to in 2020. Chris shares a fantastic McConaughey story that you will definitely want to hear.
Landon, Jeremiah, and Tony also discuss the Claudio Reyna meet & greet and other Austin FC news.
En este episodio, Gaby, Alex y Jorge hablan con la famosa Gissela SantaCruz, sobre su historia profesional y como llego a caer en la posición como Directora de comunicaciones y participación de la comunidad para Austin FC. Gissela nos explica como formo desde niña la pasión y amor por el fútbol.
Tyson Wahl, the Austin FC Academy General Manager, joins the show to talk about the ins and outs of starting an MLS academy from scratch. Landon Cotham (@ElViajero87) and Tony Cardone (@TonyCardone) also talk about the following:
- The exciting new hiring of Claudio Reyna
- Austin FC's $45 million training facility
- Chicago Fire logo: Hot or Not?
- 'the heck is a 'super pitch'?
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Landon and Jeremiah review the latest round of upsets in the MLS Playoffs and preview Austin FC's upcoming watch party for the MLS Cup Final, then recap a packed weekend of the Viva La Vida Parade, Premier League Morning Live in Austin, and the last home game for UT soccer. Landon also shares some opinions, including how much he dislikes the new Austin FC merch, and how much he loves Rebecca Lowe.
Austin City Council Member, Jimmy Flannigan, joins Landon and Jeremiah to revisit late nights at City Hall, discuss soccer as a gateway drug to local politics, and to decide on Jimmy's role in the Zanate Musical Collective. Tom Webb, VP of Public Relations for Austin FC, also joins to talk club news and clears up a few points regarding season membership prices, including the difference in "General" seating and "General admission".
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En este episodio, Gaby, Alex y Jorge hablan de los nuevos inversionistas de Austin FC, de la inauguración del estadio, y de cómo MLS y Austin FC pueden - y deben - atraer a la afición hispanohablante y con necesidades especiales. También hablamos de los planes para Dia de los Muertos, y otras actividades de El Himno.
Landon, Zach, and Jeremiah are joined by the Official Dad of Austin Anthem, Andrew Urban, to get his takes on several MLS stadiums he has visited recently and the fan experiences that they are home to. They also recap the latest Austin FC Meet & Greet, discuss the 4ATX Foundation's most recent donation, and run through all the latest Austin Anthem updates and events.
Josh Jackson, Tony Cardone, and Landon Cotham talk about the Groundbreaking at McKalla Place, and then discuss the second half of Landon's interview with Jay Riddle.