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PawedCast Episode 45: Philadelphia Union Recap, Tommy Redding Interview and Revs & Pride Previews

We pull apart Friday night's 2-1 loss to the Union, look ahead to the Revolution as well as Pride vs. Thorns, and get a visit from Orlando City center back Tommy Redding.

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While you're still reeling from that late goal Friday night, as well as the ensuing explanation that it shouldn't have counted, we are preparing for a date Sunday with the New England Revolution. We'll give you our key match-ups and our score predictions for Sunday's match.

However, that's way at the end of the show and before we get to that, we've got to break down everything that happened on Friday. We think Adrian Winter is good at soccer, that Adrian Heath should have used his subs earlier, and that PRO got it wrong during the game but they got it right afterwards (which doesn't help). We also break down what is sure to be an exciting inaugural match for the Orlando Pride at the Portland Thorns Sunday night.

But the star attraction, as always, is our guest and we've got a good one. Orlando City center back Tommy Redding joins us to talk about his experiences in MLS, why he doesn't play much FIFA anymore, his recent head injury and more. Big thanks to Tommy for coming on the show.

Here's how the show went down this week:

0:11- It's a complete autopsy on Orlando City's first loss of the season, including why it should have finished in a draw, and we pick at it a bit like a wound we won't let heal. We also have our unanimous Man of the Match and what to look for Sunday night when the Pride play the Thorns.

37:02- Tommy Redding climbs aboard our starship and tells us how silly fast David Accam is, plus a whole lot of other cool stuff.

51:48- Our key match-ups for Sunday and what are sure to be three incredibly stupid predictions.

And there you have it. We'll be back next week to break down this weekend's matches from the Lions and Pride and to preview the New York Red Bulls!