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Brit, Sam, and Peaches (Michelle French stans, Gonzalo Veron advocates, and formerly Ronald Zubar apologists) talk about the New York Red Bulls.

Customer Reviews

Come for the soccer; stay for the hip hop.

This is a great little podcast about New York Red Bulls soccer. The hosts have a good rapport and have a deep knowledge of soccer formations/tactics. My favorite thing about the pod, though, is the closing song. One of the guys has a deep-cut knowledge of New York hip hop because they always play a dope song to end the show. And I mean a whole song. It's been a few weeks since I heard Fat Tony's "BKNY" and I can't get enough of it. The sound on this track is like a warm, fuzzy blanket that you don't want to come out from under.

So listen to this show if you want to hear some fun soccer talk and find your next favorite song.

Great fan podcast

This is a go to for NYRB commentary—it’s made better by Brit, Sam, and Peaches great rapport. Definitely worth a listen

They prove that 202 does have a great view

This is a very well rounded group who know Metro tactics as well as supporter culture and are happy to throw in some politics.

Metro supporters have a great variety of podcasts that reflect the fanbase: tactic purists, club insiders with great access and breadth, blue collar Jersey lifers, etc. View from 202 nicely represents the NYC urban liberal set of supporters who care as much about Veron’s playing time as the decline of Western Civilization.

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