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(00:00-04:07) – Greg Rakestraw is back with another version of Soccer Saturday and opens today’s show by recapping last night’s United States Men’s National Team victory over Mexico, reminds you about what the criterion is for each country to make the World Cup, and previews today’s guest lineup.

(07:10-19:38) – Goalkeeper of the Indy Eleven in Jordan Farr joins Rake on Soccer Saturday this week to explain how everything went down with him going on loan to San Antonio FC, if he knows all the names of the players in the locker room, and what it’s like looking down at his San Antonio FC uniform and not seeing the Indy Eleven logo.

(22:39-35:16) – Lead analyst of the USL Championship and a good friend of the show in Devon Kerr joins Greg Rakestraw on today’s installment of Soccer Saturday to detail the fallout of Phoenix Rising throughout the course of the season, how weird it is seeing Jordan Farr between the goal posts for San Antonio FC, and gives his opinion on who has the best chance at beating the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

(38:17-50:16) – The final guest on today’s show is author Rob Goldman of The Sisterhood: The 99ers and the Rise of US Women’s Soccer to explain why right now was the write time to write a book about the 1999 World Cup team, what it was like talking with Tony Dicicco in the latter stages of his life, and which player on the team that isn’t talked about enough from that team.

(53:17-57:30) – Rake closes out today’s edition of Soccer Saturday by thanking today’s guests, takes a look at where the collegiate soccer divisions are at in their season along with some notes, and previews what will be coming your way on the show next week.

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