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PawedCast Episode 160: NYCFC Rewind, Pride-Utah, OCB, Toronto Preview & More

The Lions gained another road point but the rest of our teams had a rough Saturday.

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MLS: Orlando City SC at New York City FC Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

Orlando City earned another road point, making it three out of four away games this season where the Lions have brought something home with them. It could have been more if not for a brutal miss by Dom Dwyer at New York City FC, but we’re not here to bury a human who made an error while trying to score a goal. We would have liked him to score but there’s nothing we can do about that, so we’re moving on. We also pick our Man of the Match selections and briefly discuss OCB’s 1-0 loss to North Texas.

The Pride just aren’t where they need to be yet and it’s frustrating but we’ll just have to be patient a bit longer. We discuss Orlando’s 1-0 loss to Utah Royals FC and the fact that this Pride team just can’t score goals right now. At least they seem to be getting somewhat better week to week, so let’s hope that trend continues.

We’ve got mailbag questions about soccer and not about soccer, and we’re making sure we aren’t spoiling any Avengers or Game of Thrones content for anyone. There are plenty of other places to get spoiled.

Finally, we give our key match-ups and score predictions for Orlando City vs. Toronto FC.

If there’s something you want us to address on our next show, just ask by tweeting it to us @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC.


Here’s how show No. 160 went:

0:16 - Orlando City and NYCFC draw yet again, and we’ve got thoughts about the contest.

35:05 - OCB and the Pride were on the wrong end of identical 1-0 scorelines. Why is this happening? We explore.

51:57 - Mailbag asks the hard-hitting questions and we aren’t shy about standing up to them.

1:19:51 - Our key match-ups and score predictions for the upcoming game vs. Toronto FC. We both think the Reds are good.