Bigsoccerhead Podcast host, Eric Krakauer, joined ESPN’s Over the Ball to discuss Portugal’s Euro 2016 campaign and the forthcoming semifinal clash with Wales, as well as New York City FC’s first Hudson River Derby win against the New York Red Bulls. Interview starts at 28:00 Click: ESPN’s Over the Ball Follow Eric Krakauer on… Read More »
Harrison, New Jersey – “I think this is the kind of game that defines a season.” In a game where platitudes and hyperbole reign supreme, Jesse Marsch’s assessment of his team’s win against the Houston Dynamo was neither. And it would have applied equally as well had the Red Bulls not overcome what appeared to… Read More »
The Grayson will introduce itself as New York City’s newest soccer-watching haven this weekend when New York City FC hosts the Red Bulls in the second installment of the Hudson River Derby. Launched by Keith McKeown and Kenny Caulfield (both proprietors of Murray Hill’s Mercury Bar), The Grayson blends the sophistication of a gastropub with… Read More »
Eric Krakauer and Jason Le Miere welcome Andrew Jarell Jones (The Intercept/The Guardian/World Soccer Talk/MSNBC) to the podcast to analyze the Champions League final. Andrew and the boys also discuss the soccer week that was, predict next season’s biggest stories, and divulge their best elevens of the season.
This article first appeared in Prost Amerika Jason Kreis cut a forlorn figure after New York’s defeat to Seattle last Sunday. The home loss to the Sounders was the fifth in sixth games, a dreadful stretch that saw the team concede nine goals while only scoring three. When asked about the rut, Kreis was remarkably… Read More »
Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere, and Paul Farrell discuss Jose Mourinho’s comments about Premier League strength, as well as John Carver’s explosive comments after Newcastle’s eighth defeat in a row. Eric, Jason, and Paul also analyze Pep Guardiola’s return to Barcelona for the Champions League semifinals, and talk pichichi race between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel… Read More »
This article first appeared in Prost Amerika If media attention is of any indication, the pressure will be on Bradley Wright-Phillips to reproduce last season’s form, which saw the London-born striker net a league-leading 29 goals. Swarmed by journalists at the Red Bulls 2015 Media Day, which was held at the Webster Hall concert venue… Read More »