Adam and Drew return to their roots with one of the most violent games ever played. We're talking red cards in the double digits. We're talking multiple arrests. A Copa Libertadores game becomes classic for all the wrong reasons, and we're here to tell you about them.
Adam tells Drew about one of the dumbest rules to ever grace the beautiful game, and the wonderful chaos it brought to the 1994 edition of the Caribbean Cup. New format! Hot pod action! Making noises with our mouths!
Adam and Drew contemplate the International Break, Eric Cantona, and all the players they want to see UEFA give a completely unscripted speech to millions of people to. After the break, Drew tells us all about a Portuguese goal-scoring machine. No, not that one. No, not that one, either. The other other one (19:58).
Adam forces Drew to sift through all of his Manchester United feelings, a process he will inevitably have to go through himself when Dortmund drops points in about two weeks' time. A new segment debuts, in which the Snavely Brothers give you their Best Worst FPL advice of the week (16:30). Then, Adam tells Drew a story of money, drugs, the mafia, and S.S. Lazio (21:40).
Adam and Drew revel in the chaos and glory of their favorite teams reigning victorious in their opening fixtures, and give shout-outs to listeners for reviews and their WTFPL team names. Then, Drew recounts the sordid history of food being thrown onto the pitch (23:18). Turns out it's literally magic.
Adam and Drew get hyped for the impending Premier League season and how this transfer window feels crazier than in years past. Sensing the appetite for crazy is at an all-time high, Adam then tells Drew a story about the weirdest and worst season in English Football (soccer) League history (13:36).
The Snavely Brothers read listener reviews, basking in the glow of positive reinforcement, and talk about something that is ruining their personal relationships and their families: Fantasy Premier League. Then, Drew tells Adam all about that time the World Cup trophy up and disappeared, and the good boy at the center of the mystery (16:02).
Drew and Adam toast Algeria, Riyad Mahrez dunking on racist French politicians, and unleash the lion himself, Zlatan. After the break (13:25), Adam enlightens us on Dynamo Moscow, passovotchka, and one of the most farcical friendlies ever played on English soil.
Adam and Drew round up transfer rumors, the great mystery of Phil Jones' age, and how the Africa Cup of Nations is absolutely bonkers. After the break, Drew brings forth the tale of Ivor Broadis, a visionary player and coach, and one of the strangest transfers in soccer history (21:06).
A tale of carnage and fashionable refereeing. First, Adam and Drew discuss the USWNT's World Cup championship, Gabriel Jesus and his path of destruction, and the curious sadness of the USMNT. Then, we run through the history of the most stupid, brutal game in World Cup history, and the man who had to referee it (20:08).
Adam and Drew discuss the various ways in which Jill Ellis raises their blood pressure, agree that Phil Neville Brexits, and ruminate on USMNT vs. Curacao with blissful ignorance of not having watched it yet. Then, they dig into the history of soccer on Curacao, in which phrases "were the friars the referees?" and "Gucci gang" are uttered (25:40).