March to the Match Podcast: Chicago Fire may have scored the biggest steal of the transfer window
Wednesday, August 14
Army Of Me
Sure, Jozy Altidore's hat trick was electric. But the real intrigue of the USMNT's friendly victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina? Icelandic-American forward Aron Johannsson's first cap. The guys are excited by his potential (especially producer Dan), but there's also real evidence he's an option for Jurgen Klinsmann in Brazil. Find out why. Plus, have the Fire scored the coup of the transfer window with Arévalo Ríos? Here's why Chicago fans should be very excited.
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Meet the MttM team
|Matt Doyle is an editor at MLSsoccer.com and pens the popular Armchair Analyst column. He enjoys a good glass of scotch, the Pixies blasted at 11, intelligent Twitter conversations with lunatic supporters groups and long walks on the beach. He takes accusations of "curmudgeon" as high praise.||Matt Tomaszewicz, a.k.a. "The Shin Guardian," works in tech and has an unhealthy obssession with the Beautiful Game. He's currently teaching his 2-year-old daughter how to beat the offside trap. When he's not seeking out venture capital, he's on the hunt for San Francisco's perfect cup of coffee.|
|Jonah Freedman is the host of March to the Match and is the managing editor of MLSsoccer.com. He also writes The Throw-In column every Thursday and stresses every day over the merits of AP Style vs. Chicago Style. He is a devout Earthquakes fan. Or is it LA Galaxy fan? The world may never know.||MttM producer Dan Haiek works as a video editor for MLSsoccer.com. When he's not filming and editing interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at MLS, he is the unofficial president of the Worldwide Venezuelan-Icelandic José Mourinho Impersonators Society (trademark pending).|