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River Plate's Marcelo Gallardo to Inter Miami is OFF ... or is it? Doyle isn't so sure, especially because the logistics around a Patrick Vieira move from OG Nice to MLS isn't cut and dried. We do know Miami will enter MLS in the Eastern Conference, while Nashville SC head West for their first season (perhaps more). Does that make sense? Should Chicago have taken their place? Did the Supporters' Shield take a hit based on the new schedule?   Also in this show ... 22 Under 22 snubs and the outlook on young players in MLS, the Fire still don't have a head coach or a GM or any DPs, MLS teams reportedly shop for Liga MX stars, best bet to make Concacaf Champions League history and an early look at SuperDraft prospects. 4:58 – Marcelo Gallardo to Miami is OFF ... unless it's not 12:00 – Chicago Fire still don't have a GM, head coach or DPs 15:53 – Conference Alignment: Nashville goes West, Miami to the East 17:56 – Do the Fire make more sense in the Western Conference? 20:02 – Does schedule shift hurt the Supporters' Shield? 23:16 – 22 Under 22 snubs and 2019 preview 40:17  – Moves that went down in MLS while we were away 43:39  – MLS teams go shopping for stars -- JJ Macias!!! - in Liga MX 50:25  – Where does Chicharito fit in MLS? Is he worth the price?

Subtitle
River Plate's Marcelo Gallardo to Inter Miami is OFF ... or is it? Doyle isn't so sure, especially because the logistics around a Patrick Vieira move from OG Nice to MLS isn't cut and dried. We do know Miami will enter MLS in the Eastern Conference,...
Duration
01:01:41
Publishing date
2019-12-02 21:33
Link
https://youtu.be/ath0c_s1QU4
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Enclosures
Extratime_Dec_2.mp3?dest-id=231918

Shownotes

River Plate's Marcelo Gallardo to Inter Miami is OFF ... or is it? Doyle isn't so sure, especially because the logistics around a Patrick Vieira move from OG Nice to MLS isn't cut and dried. We do know Miami will enter MLS in the Eastern Conference, while Nashville SC head West for their first season (perhaps more). Does that make sense? Should Chicago have taken their place? Did the Supporters' Shield take a hit based on the new schedule?   Also in this show ... 22 Under 22 snubs and the outlook on young players in MLS, the Fire still don't have a head coach or a GM or any DPs, MLS teams reportedly shop for Liga MX stars, best bet to make Concacaf Champions League history and an early look at SuperDraft prospects.

4:58 – Marcelo Gallardo to Miami is OFF ... unless it's not

12:00 – Chicago Fire still don't have a GM, head coach or DPs

15:53 – Conference Alignment: Nashville goes West, Miami to the East

17:56 – Do the Fire make more sense in the Western Conference?

20:02 – Does schedule shift hurt the Supporters' Shield?

23:16 – 22 Under 22 snubs and 2019 preview

40:17  – Moves that went down in MLS while we were away

43:39  – MLS teams go shopping for stars -- JJ Macias!!! - in Liga MX

50:25  – Where does Chicharito fit in MLS? Is he worth the price?