Extratime: Thierry Henry is BACK ... as a coach! Did Zlatan "conquer" MLS? Trade window + US-Canada

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In this episode, Andrew Wiebe, Matt Doyle, Bobby Warshaw and Susannah Collins gather to discuss the only news that matters: THIERRY HENRY IS THE NEW HEAD COACH OF THE MONTREAL IMPACT ... THIERRY. HENRY. HEAD COACH. IN. MLS. Seriously, the all-caps are appropriate. The crew is JACKED, and imagine what MLS and Montreal will be like with the Arsenal, Barcelona and Red Bulls legend on the sidelines.

The only sad part is that, as Henry returns, Zlatan Ibrahimovic bids adieu to the LA Galaxy and, we presume, MLS. Will the Galaxy be better off? What's Zlatan's legacy? Did he conquer MLS? Will we miss him or was it time to say goodbye?

Also in this episode ... Sam Stejskal (The Athletic) calls in to walk you through the movers and shakers in the two-day trade window. Dax McCarty explains why Nashville was the right landing spot for him and what we can expect from the expansion hopefuls. Finally, the US national team has a must-win game against Canada on Friday ... so why aren't people excited? And why is Earnie Stewart giving Gregg Berhalter a public vote of confidence?

Time Segment
1:05 Thierry Henry to coach the Impact! GET HYPED
9:12 Did Zlatan "conquer" MLS? How will he be remembered?
20:38 Sam Stejskal (The Athletic) on Darwin Quintero to Houston, Fire rebuild and more
39:17 Dax McCarty explains why Nashville is the right place for him
51:33 Dreaming big for the open coaching spots remaining in MLS...
54:08 Must-win for USMNT vs. Canada ... so will they win? And what if they don't?

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