(00:00-05:14) – Greg Rakestraw is back with another edition of Soccer Saturday and opens the show by recapping the Indy Eleven’s first win of the season against RGV Toros earlier in the week, the big signing the Indy Eleven made earlier this week, and previews some of the other topics that he will discuss throughout the course of the program.
(08:16-20:58) – The head coach of the Indy Eleven in Mark Lowry joins the program to elaborate on his team’s first win of the season last week, how big of an addition Solomon Asante will be for the team, and previews this evening’s match against Atlanta United II.
(23:59-35:22) – Rake’s broadcast partner in crime for the last nine years in Brad Hauter joins the program to give his perspective on the Indy Eleven being able to pick up a player with a skillset like Solomon Asante’s, how opposing coaches will now losing some sleep with the potential setup once Asante joins the team, and which new player has impressed him the most.
(38:23-47:04) – The fourth segment of today’s show is spent with Rake updating you on some of the scores and upcoming schedule for the English Premier League, the announcement yesterday that Sean Dyche was fired by Burnley with eight games left on the EPL season, and some teams that could be on the way out of the Premier League.
(50:04-56:46) – Rake closes out today’s show by sharing a couple of notes pertaining to the Indy Eleven’s match against Atlanta United II tonight, how he essentially gave Villarreal a participation trophy last week, and what Manchester City proved in their two matches against Atletico Madrid.