(00:00-03:21) – In the opening segment of the first September edition of Soccer Saturday, Greg welcomes you to the show by reviewing the remaining schedule for the boys in blue, reviews how close the division is for the Indy Eleven, and previews who you will be hearing from later in the program.
(06:23-14:09) – Head Coach Martin Rennie returns for his weekly time slot on the show to elaborate on the health status of a couple of key members of the team, what it’s like to prepare for a game against a team they just played, and how hard it is to believe that they’re entering the final month of the regular season.
(17:09-32:01) – The captain of the Indy Eleven in Matt Watson joins the show to walk you through how he was feeling last week when he physically could not take the field, what Martin Rennie’s immediate reaction once Watson informed him about his decision to not play last week, and how he is attempting to balance being a dad, soccer player, coach, and be a leader in the community.
(35:03-48:03) – Ray Gaddis makes his third appearance on Soccer Saturday to explain the work he is doing Black Players Coalition with MLS, provide his insight on how his team (Philadelphia Union) is doing right now, and how much communication he has with his former North Central soccer coach in Jerry Little.
(51:04-58:04) – Teresa Anderson from Fairbanks Hospital rounds out the program to tell you about what Fairbanks is all about, all of the firsts that the hospital has made in Indiana history, and how COVID-19 impacted the hospital protocols. Additionally, Greg in his closing remarks informs you about the Lionel Messi news and previews next week’s show.