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Episode 1: Waking The Red Weekly—MLS is Back Tournament Preview

Dr. Tej Sahota and OneSoccer analyst Oliver Platt joins Mitchell Tierney, Jeffrey P. Nesker, and Michael Singh to discuss Toronto FC and preview the MLS is Back Tournament.

Welcome to the first-ever Waking The Red Weekly live show!

We’re breaking down everything #TFCLive at the MLS is Back Tournament as hosts Mitchell Tierney, Jeffrey P. Nesker and Michael Singh are joined by special guests Dr. Tej Sahota and OneSoccer analyst Oliver Platt to preview the upcoming competition, which by the looks of things will kick off tomorrow. Friendly reminder TFC start their journey on Sunday vs. D.C. United.

The logistics are simple: register online for free and get a zoom link to attend. As before, the show will be simultaneously live streamed on the Footy Talks Facebook page. The live chat will be active on both platforms.

The show will also be embedded at the bottom of this article when we go live. We’re getting down to the nitty and gritty of things, so don’t be afraid to chime in and ask questions.

Upon conclusion, a replay of the show will be embedded below.

Waking The Red Weekly presented by Footy Talks! MLS is close - sooooo close. But with one team already dropped out and others yet to travel, there’s still plenty of drama surrounding the imminent.

Waking The Red Weekly presented by Footy Talks! MLS is close - sooooo close. But with one team already dropped out and others yet to travel, there’s still plenty of drama surrounding the imminent MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando. In our inaugural episode of Waking the Red Weekly, hosts Jeffrey P. Nesker, Michael Singh and Mitchell Tierney talk TFC, MLS and beyond, in an action packed show - now broadcasting live every Tuesday lunch time. Special guest Dr. Tej Sahota gives his opinion on Achara’s recent training ground injury, and discusses all the implications of games played out in Orlanda’s football ‘bubble.’ And OneSoccer analyst Oliver Platt talks us through the growth of the CPL, with high profile european arrivals and departures, raising the profile of Canadian soccer around the world.

Posted by Footy Talks on Tuesday, July 7, 2020