After a pair of decisive near EDS wins, the team took an L against a very solid Orlando side. But who cares, it's a fake season. In this episode we go in depth about what a Struber and Thelwell led team might look like, why the most important thing this year is looking forward to next year, and much more.
After a 6 month quarantine we're back to discuss a bit of what's been happening in this weird season from poor results, the big news of Chris Armas and CJ Brown being fired, Kevin Thelwell putting his stamp on the club, what a future under him might look like, mailbag, and more.
We tackle the early season slog of a game in Utah, before discussing the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the community surrounding the team, and how the team should chip in to help workers, employees, and even players who will have their livelihoods disrupted by the pandemic
The Rundown returns to discuss yet another Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde as the team once again shows it's incapable of a complete 90 minute performance. We talk stock up, stock down, supposed new French Vietnamese leftback Jason Quang-Vinh Pendant, the RSL game, and the mailbag.
After an embarrassing loss to a team that doesn't exist (#ArmasOut), followed by yet another embarrassing exit in yet another tournament (#ArmasOut), Tom and Lenz discuss what's going on this year (#ArmasOut) and what needs to be done to save the last hope for silverware. (#ArmasOut)
With a bye weekend ahead and the team getting rest until our '19 USOC start on Tuesday, we chat about the best performance of the year against RSL, the return of the greatest RBNY manager ever, Ralf coming to save us, and more.
The confusing form of the team continues after an embarrassing loss at home against Montreal followed by a solid away win against FC Dallas. What is this team? What are realistic expectations? How will Atlanta play, and how will we play? Stock up and stock down, mailbag, and more.
Once a Metro's chief editor, Austin Fido, joins us in a worthy marathon episode as we look into all things Red Bull New York and Red Bull Global. Where does RBNY fit into the grand scheme of RBG's plans? Is the "system" gone without Jesse? What does the current situation mean in the big picture with RBG and what kind of insight does how they handle it give? We dive into those and a lot, lot more, plus the mailbag.
It was an eventful game in Kansas City. In this episode we go over what went right, what went wrong, should BWP get benched, will Kaku be tried for attempted murder & banned from football, CCJ's impact on the team, Henry rumor, mailbag, & more.
Third loss in a row, second in a row at home. While things continue to look grim we may have seen a glimpse of hope with the formation change and finally seeing CCJ on the field. In yet another crisis episode we go over the formation change and what this could mean for BWP, Rza, and others, what's happening with our backline, the mailbag, and more.
The Rundown is back. More disappointing results, more awful performances, more questions. Is Chris trying to change things up? Is he simply just mismanaging a group of issues? Is it both? Is this team just not good enough? Is BWP finally on the decline that people have feared for some time now? We cover all this and more.
It's the CCL postmortem episode where we dive into the good, the bad, and the what the fuck. Lots to unpack after our exit from CCL but also as we prepare to go all in on the regular season. LigaMX vs MLS, season expectations, Kemar is alive, 3rd DP, empanadas, mailbag, and more.
It's a crisis episode as Tom joins us to dive into the disappointing 1st leg CCL loss against Santos Laguna at Red Bull Arena. We discuss what went wrong, what went right, and what needs to change for leg 2. We also touch on the first MLS game of the year as our depth handled business away in Ohio
A loaded but very fun episode of the Weekly Rundown returns as the awesome Lee Jutton joins us to talk CCL, what's ahead this year for RBNY, season expectations, roster depth, possible trade bait, mailbag, & in the spirit of Oscar season we cast an RBNY movie, plus more!
The Weekly Rundown is back as the unmasked and retired ultra, Juan Escalante, joins us in previewing the start of our 2019 season and CCL run against Atlético Pantoja of the Dominican Republic, chat about the state of soccer in DR and Puerto Rico, unpack the Mathias transfer, more offseason news, mailbag, and more.
Does Kaku leave? Does he stay? What does this transfer or non-transfer potentially mean in the bigger picture? Draft pick summary. Rza is back. Nobody cares about team financials. Mailbag... Eric joins in on another very loaded Weekly Rundown
The Weekly Rundown is back with our first episode of the year. Eric Friedlander joins us as we go over the draft, what needs to be addressed this offseason, the characteristics needed for each position, plus general RB2 and youth talk, and more.
Huge episode as we welcome the one and only Andrew Vazzano to join us to reflect on what was an incredibly memorable season, talk players, breaking language barriers, coaching changes, empanadas, haircuts, memes, and more.
With the big showdown against the Silverbacks right around the corner, we shift focus a bit and chat about some of the RBNY season awards, what Long's success means and what it proves regarding the teams development, dive a bit into the RB2 roster decisions, some MetroFoodTV, & more.
Luke Hume in England joins the Weekly Rundown after a wonderful 3-0 home win against Columbus sets the stage for a huge Eastern Conference Final against Atlanta United. We dive into some of the big moments of the home match, preview the Atlanta game, get a perspective from a supporter abroad, and more.
It's not the end of the road yet for Red Bull New York. Lenz, Fernando, and our latest guest, Gus, go through what happened in Columbus and what can happened in Harrison for the 2nd leg, Gus talks about the Ewing Theory with Tyler Adams, we debate if we should nuke Columbus, and more including the mailbag.
We know it's a long one, but it's a fun one. Alexander Sassaroli joins us on a very special Supporters' Shield edition of the Weekly Rundown. We dive into a ton of things from the Shield win, youth development, Eastern Conference playoff preview, why all our kids are psycho killers, and much more.
Then, a special message to Andrew Wiebe
Alex Lyszyk joins us this week as we recap the game against the crybabies in Philly, preview OCSC, debate on the importance of Parker & the backline, why Kaku must meg Sacha or this season is worthless, & most importantly, discuss a beef, chicken, and veggie battle royal.
Another loaded episode of the Weekly Rundown as we welcome Phil Beck, our first of what will be many guests on the show going forward. We talk Philly, the playoffs, player mindsets, Tokyo Drift, Eastern Conference, what this season means to club history (Cup or no Cup), and get breaking news from our friends at Brisas, and more.
Lots to talk about in this episode. What's different about this team compared to previous years? Is Alex Muyl really becoming a difference maker? Has the team earned a long leash when it comes to trusting their internal and external roster decisions? Can we really win the Shield? Is this our big year for the Cup? What teams scare us in the playoffs? These questions, the mailbag and more in this latest episode.
In this episode we go global as Lenz in Singapore and Fernando in NJ go in depth over the crushing dick punch win against Atlanta, breakdown the performances of individual players, discuss what is considered a "d i f f e r e n c e m a k e r", preview San Jose, and more.
In this episode of the Rundown, we go over the win against Toronto, a shift in our opinions about Armas including some deeper analysis of what we think is happening after 14 games, preview the Atlanta game, and give both our realistic & galaxy brain ideas of who should replace BWP against Atlanta.