For the Glory KC is back with the 36th episode of the show!
On this week’s episode, Sporting Kansas City demolish the Portland Timbers, so we celebrate and break down our favorite moments from the match. We talk about all four beautiful goals (the type of goals this team should have been scoring all year), Sporting KC’s inability to defend the long throw, the rough schedule coming up and all the injuries the team is dealing with.
The Kansas City Current were back in action and unfortunately, they lost again. They’ve now played nine of their 22 league games and have a big hole to dig out of. The defense remains a problem, but we look at what else could be the problem.
Here is a quick rundown of topics (and approximate start times):
- Sporting KC demolish the Portland Timbers: 2:32
- Lots of SKC injury: 26:08
- The KC Current Lose Again: 32:52
- Digital Crawl: 44:03
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The temporary intro/outro music is by Kristian Leo and is from the song “Ride it Like You Mean It.”
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