August 17, 2018
For this episode, Chris is joined by Phil Schoen of beIN Sports (4:05) to preview the upcoming La Liga season. We discuss Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid's chances to win this upcoming league campaign and all of their major storylines ahead of the league season. We then discuss the marketing partnership announced by La Liga and Relevant Sports that would include potentially bringing a regular season La Liga game to Miami and Hard Rock Stadium.
Then, we're joined by Adam Smoot of Ballscast (34:20), here in the 5 Reasons Sports Network, to break down the leaked logo and name of MLS Miami, Internacional Club de Futbol Miami.
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August 3, 2018
For this edition of the podcast, Chris is joined by Doug Roberson of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to discuss MLS Miami hiring Paul McDonough to be their first Sporting Director. We dig into what McDonough's role was in Atlanta, how he was viewed within the organization, and what Miami can expect.
July 19, 2018
For this episode, Chris reacts to the Miami City Commission vote that sends their Stadium plan at the Melreese Golf Course to a public referendum that will take place this November. To break it down, he's joined by Miki Turner of SoccerESQ.com to break down the political and legal process of the vote and the more than 17 hours of deliberation over the last week on the subject. Plus, chat on the World Cup Final and an update on the transfer window.
July 14, 2018
Chris is joined by ex Manchester United and England goalkeeper Gary Bailey to break down the World Cup Final between France 🇫🇷 and Croatia 🇭🇷 and look back on the rest of the tournament. Chris also talks with 5 Reasons Podcast partner Ethan Skolnick about his experience at the Miami City Commission meeting on the MLS Miami stadium.
July 11, 2018
Chris reviews the first of the two semifinals of the World Cup, as France is through to the final, beating Belgium 1-0. Then we get into the latest developments in MLS Miami's search for a stadium and Cristiano Ronaldo completing his transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus
June 27, 2018
On this edition of the World Cup (every other) Daily, Chris breaks down the biggest story of the World Cup so far, Argentina doing just enough to stay alive and advance to the knockout round. He's joined by ESPN Reporter and relieved Argentinean Stefano Fusaro to discuss their win over Nigeria and to look ahead to their upcoming game against France. We also look at the other action in Groups A, B, C, and D and close with reaction to the latest MLS Miami news.