(00:00-02:43) – Greg Rakestraw is back with the final regular season edition of Soccer Saturday where the Indy Eleven need a win or draw in order to make it into the postseason, which would be a very surprising end to what was a very promising start of the season.
(05:47-16:55) – Head Coach Martin Rennie is back in his usual segment of the show and he said that he is feeling good on short rest going on the road today to take on St. Louis FC because it’s like a playoff game for both teams, what his expectations are for St. Louis FC tonight considering it is their last match in franchise history, and what some of the key points are tonight to either draw or win the match to make it to the playoffs.
(19:56-28:12) – The only Indy Eleven player to find the back of the net on Wednesday in Andrew Carleton shares his thoughts about the fourty-five minutes he gave the team, walks you through what he saw on the field in the moments leading up to his first goal scored, and what Martin Rennie told him at the end of the first half.
(31:14-50:12) – SiriusXM’s Brian Dunseth returns to the program to discuss how busy he has been broadcasting games between the various leagues that are all in action right now, how people should be feeling about the United States National League in comparison to previous years, and his respect for Landon Donovan following his team’s (San Diego Loyal) second forfeiture of a match earlier this week after Collin Martin received a homophobic slur by an unpunished LA Galaxy II’s Omar Ontiveros.
(53:13-56:59) – Greg concludes this week’s edition of Soccer Saturday by congratulating Jerry Little for his 600th career victory, reviews the Champions League pairings, and briefly touches some of the latest news in the EPL.