Soccer Saturday

Detroit City FC’s Trevor James Explains Their NISA League Championship Title

(00:00-01:55) – In the opening segment of off-season edition number two of Soccer Saturday with Greg Rakestraw, he opens up the show previewing the kind of conversations the program will entail in the next couple of weeks while informing you who you will hear from throughout the course of the show.

(04:58-17:04) – Drew Thompson from The Game Beckons to share how his passion and love for soccer came about, the current project that he is working on in connection with the Indy Eleven that Greg Rakestraw will be assisting him with, and what went through his mind when he found out in 2013 that there would be a professional soccer team in Indiana.

(20:04-36:26) – Former Carmel Greyhound, Butler Bulldog, and current goalkeeper for Phoenix Rising in Eric Dick joins Soccer Saturday explaining whether or not he will return back to Indianapolis, Kansas City, or stay in Phoenix once his season is over, what it’s like practicing against some of the best scorers in the USL in Junior Flemmings and Rufat Dadashov, and how he loved the challenging schedule his club had prior to the playoffs.

(39:28-52:25) – Detroit City FC’s Trevor James joins the show to describe the season his club had after winning the championship in the NISA League, what type of culture he was trying to create when he was announced as the new head coach and general manager of Detroit City FC, and what it was like managing minutes for his players knowing they could (and eventually would have) played five games in two weeks.

(55:25-56:46) – In the final segment of today’s show, Greg overlooks some of the top EPL matches that he will be watching today and tells you about the watch party that the Indy Eleven is throwing today.

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