Sunday Not-So-Funday

Sundays have been terrible in my house this summer.  Usually slightly hungover, always tired, and almost always frustrated and angry from the STLFC results from the night before.  There’s usually house projects...

15 minutes with……. Mark Regester

At the beginning of the season I conducted a few interviews with some of our new players in an attempt to get to know them better. It kind of came to a close as I got an actual job that I had to go to in order to pay bills, and the team results took a bit of a...

When We Win, Does NASL Lose?

That's silly.  The two are not related at all. But they are topics this week.  We discuss the game against Orlando City B, the workman-like efforts, and the rise of Ryan Howe as a prominent force on the squa...

Disappoint. Vent. Repeat.

Mitch and Brad fly without Matthew Bird on this episode, as Matt's back in Jolly Old England.  Where he made the mistake of staying up to watch saturday's game until 4am his time. While we'd like to say the ...

We’ve Got a Live Show From the Social With the Players

With the clock running down on a playoff push, the players know that every game matters.  And when you listen to our guests, they reinforce that a supportive crowd makes all the difference to the players. Guests?  We have guests!  Captain Ivan Mirkovic, Dra...

That’s the Way She Goes, Boys.

You can play your heart out, but being a man down, it's a hard mountain to climb. We recorded this podcast immediately after the game; I don't know if that was the best idea, but it sure was cathartic for us...

Charity starts at Home Games

The St. Louligans have always been a charitable bunch. But that generous nature really kicked into high gear during 2015, the inaugural season of Saint Louis FC. We recognized that our membership and platform g...

A Rollercoaster Victory Doesn’t Mean It’s Back On

Every game is three points that we need. Can we get it going?  Next game is a major decider if we're players or pretenders. We talk about how unsettling the game was Sunday: Winning, then losing, then coming back...how it felt all too familiar but was an un...