In this episode Red shares some club updates, heads Up in Smoke with Kitch, explores JJ’s House, and brings that hot and steamy #MLS2DET news.
— Tuebor Football Company (@TueborFC) April 24, 2019
Even more DCFC merch coming out from third parties. I would love to see this shirt in a couple other languages too. Hamtramck has so many nationalities in such a small space. I would definitely buy a couple of them.
I love the design of this shirt. You can pick one up here.
Football Stadium Prints made an amazing rendering of Keyworth to purchase. I definitely had to pick one up for myself.
Keyworth Stadium – Detroit City
Prints, Mugs and Tees available here 👉 https://t.co/nU8LcWdXTl
— Football Stadium Prints (@StadiumPrint) April 23, 2019
You can purchase it here.
The always amazing Michael Kitchen posted his photos from the Detroit City FC match vs Michigan State University. I definitely recommend checking them out.
He also posted this video on his Youtube channel:
In this episode Red brings us some results from the LeRouge v. Michigan State match at the Corner Ballpark, goes Up in Smoke with a few supporters, shares the goodness of PAL, and Ron brings us some important #MLS2DET news…. and Tim loses his car again.
In this episode Red shares some club updates, exposes The Big Shitshow and it’s relationship to the DCFC v. Flint Bucks match, shits on #SupportLocalSoccer, goes Up in Smoke, and Ron drops some major #MLS2DET updates.
Detroit City FC is making it so affordable and easy to get into the game of soccer like no one ever has. Between this and all of their new youth leagues they are really changing US soccer for forever.
Detroit City FC is excited to launch exclusive youth training sessions hosted by Detroit City FC players!
DCFC training sessions are Wednesday nights at Detroit City Fieldhouse. These training sessions give youth players aged 6-17 the opportunity to train alongside Detroit’s professional players like Cyrus Saydee, Bakie Goodman and more for just $20 per session!
Reading this reminds of this Guardian Article I read awhile back that talked about some of the struggles with youth soccer in the US.
Many see the roots of this failure in the expensive, well-organised network of pay-to-play suburban leagues. Some parents spend more than $10,000 (£7,420) a year on membership fees and out-of-town tournaments.
Those competitions are often where college coaches find recruits and national scouts identify prospects. Children in poor neighbourhoods in places such as Washington are priced out. Even the select few who get scholarships struggle with the logistics of reaching training fields far from public transport routes.
I really hope that this is the start of wide scale change within US soccer.
Photo from @DetroitCityFC on Twitter
In this episode Red shares a variety of club updates, brings another installment of The Big Shitshow, provides an earth-shattering interview with the NGS High Horse, visits the Ruth Ellis Center, and Investigative Reporter Ron brings groundbreaking #MLS2DET news to our listeners.
In this episode Red shares some club news, throws The Assembly Line in the bonfire AGAIN, heads Up in Smoke w/ Jen, talks with Queen Beat about Breaking Cycles with Books, and punches a baby.