Soccer at 9 a.m. has come to a close with our final day of group-stage action in the books at the MLS is Back Tournament. Calen, Charlie, and David talk about their biggest surprises of the group stage — both good and bad. On the good side, FC Cincinnati center back Kendall Waston comes on full of smiles to talk about how FCC turned things around, Frankie Amaya’s fades, and being the Latino representative on the Black Players for Change board. Afterwards the group breaks down the Knockout Stage presented by Audi matchups. Plus, Charlie takes you behind the curtain of what it is like being a forward playing with Jozy Altidore. And finally, the Charlotte FC brand becomes official — what are the expectations for this club building towards 2022 and beyond?

Time
Segment
3:29
Surprises of the group stage, both good and bad
17:01
One-on-one with Kendall Waston: Playing CB for Stam, Amaya's fades & more
31:19
Orlando-Montreal knockout round predictions
37:02
Philadelphia-Orlando knockout round preview
46:14
What's up with Jozy and Toronto FC?
1:10:21
<span style="color: rgb(34, 36, 47); font-family: &quot;Open Sans&quot;, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.96px;">Breaking down Charlotte's big brand reveal</span>

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