(00:00-03:39) – Following last week’s 2-0 victory for the boys in blue, Greg Rakestraw raves about how the team looked in their first match in the restart of the season in comparison to what Martin Rennie was telling him during the pandemic while the team was training.
(06:40-19:32) – Indy Eleven Head Coach Martin Rennie returns to the program to discuss how you could not tell the team did not have any rust to knock off following four months without playing, the future of Andrew Carleton in soccer following his terrific Indy Eleven debut last week, and what it was like on the field with less fans than normal by Indy Eleven standards.
(22:33-36:14) – Greg replays his post-game interview with Indy Eleven forward Tyler Pasher following the win last week to break down goal number three on the season and the fourth straight game with a goal dating back to last postseason, what Andrew Carelton and Nick Moon mean to the team, and how he felt physically after the game. President and CEO Josh Mason also makes an appearance in this segment to tell you about potential adjustments the club might make to the fan experience, explains the century club program in connection to the fans, and shares his excitement with a new sponsor that creates more opportunities for the club to have fan interaction with their app.
(39:16-52:46) – Matthew Levine, director of the documentary film on professional soccer player Drew Beckie, joins Greg on Soccer Saturday today to fill us in on what exactly happened to Drew at the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018, explains what myocarditis is, and why he felt like Drew’s story was compelling enough to make a forty-five minute documentary.
(55:47-57:28) – In the final segment of today’s show Greg informs you about the three Indy Eleven players who made the team of the week and the big news in English soccer.