Glenn sits down with Stoke City Midfielder Geoff Cameron to talk about his time in the premier league he also gives his insight on the newest hire at the president in FIFA and the USMNT and their plight by not making the World Cup.
On the first hour, Glenn Davis gives a recap of today's matchup featuring PSG and Real Madrid, he also asks fans "what made you fall in love with soccer?" Also, he begins his interview with Houston Dynamo alum Geoff Cameron.
On the second hour, Glenn sits down with Stoke City Midfielder Geoff Cameron to talk about his time in the premier league he also gives his insight on the newest hire at the president in FIFA and the USMNT and their plight. ESPN FC analyst Tom Marshall also joins the program to talk about Landon Donovan and after he joined Liga MX this season.
Former Dynamo and current Stoke City Midfielder/Defender Geoff Cameron joins Glenn Davis and Soccer Matters to talk the USA missing the World Cup and his past relationships with both Bruce Arena and Jurgen Klinsmann.
Victor Araiza visits Glen to go over the Mexico vs Bosnia game in San Antonio. Former Dynamo and current Stoke City Midfielder/Defender Geoff Cameron joins Glenn Davis and Soccer Matters to talk the USA missing the World Cup and his past relationships with both Bruce Arena and Jurgen Klinsmann.
Sprint CEO and part owner of the new Miami club joins glen for an in-depth discussion of expectations of the new team in Miami. Victor Araiza joins the show via telephone from San Antonio live at the Mexico/Bosnia match. New Houston Dash coach Vera Pauw joins Glen to discuss her new roll and how the Dash will fair.
Patti Smith joins the show from Houston Sports Authority. Jon Christianson of Danish Inspirations along with Dutch born American Producer DJ Sun and former Dynamo stand out Eddie Robinson join Glen for a round table disscussion.
Cubo Torres has left the Houston Dynamo, and the Dynamo continue to make off season moves. Matt Jordan joined the show to talk all about these things and more. Make sure to tune in to Soccer Matters Wednesday Nights on ESPN 97.5!
In the first hour Glenn analyzes Coutinho’s debut with Barcelona and poses the question: was Cubo Torres a disappointment in Houston? Dynamo midfielder Arturo Alvarez joins Glenn in studio for a look at his career as an El Salvadorian player and what to expect going forward in Houston.
In the second hour, Glenn welcomes Houston Dynamo General Manager Matt Jordan in studio to discuss last season and also what to expect from the team going forward. He also talks with MLS defender of the year Ike Opara to discuss his season with Sporting KC and also upcoming expectations for the U.S. Men’s National team and his role. Lastly, Glenn interviews Houston Sports Authority’s Patti Smith to discuss her amazing career.
What needs to change for Tomas Martinez to get more touches? Spanish Newspaper seemingly confirms transaction between Puma and Dynamo. Special guest Brad Rothenberg of Alianza de Futbol joins the show. Why the lack of Hispanics in today's US soccer?
In the first hour of the show, Glenn hits on a variety of topics including his preview of El Clásico and some discussion of the Dynamo offseason. He is also joined by homegrown Dynamo midfielder Memo Rodriguez to talk about his upbringing, his first Dynamo goal against Montreal, and his relationship with Manager Wilmer Cabrera.
In the second hour of the show, Glenn brings on a multitude of guests. He has an out of the box segment as he is joined by Marine Corporal David Cantu, the Assistant Veterans Service Officer for Harris County, to talk about all the work David, the VA, and the Veterans Service officers are doing for veterans in the Houston area. Later in the show, newly signed Dynamo Goalkeeper Chris Seitz joins the show to discuss his career, his move from FC Dallas to the Dynamo, and some of his favorite...
Hour one of Soccer Matters, Glenn debates if the Premier League race is over. Then, Houston Dynamo GM Matt Jordan joins the show to speak about Alberth Ellis re-signing with the Houston Dynamo and how the young players need more playing time so they can develop.