Episode 231 – 18/05/03 #meh-ketxe

Most of the gang is here to review the adventure of your #MOMSCCL, the match against Chicago, look ahead to Philadelphia, talks some Canadian Premier League and the usual silliness. In this episode, Mark gives his impassioned Yelp review, Duncan steals his own joke and Kristin predicts the whole Alan Gordon thing – again.

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Mark Hinkley

Author: Mark Hinkley

Mark is a full-time graphic designer, full-time smart ass and full-time logo, stadium and kit nerd. When he isn't writing ridiculous match reports or redesigning logos for his own amusement, he's salivating over the day that promotion and relegation occurs in MLS. You can follow him @kitnerdmark on the twitterz.

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  1. I am unfamiliar with the terminology of “Red Bull orgasm” that Garber seems to be into. You kids these days have strange new lingo. On your video podcast can you demostrate this function and any of the finer details.

    Also I hope your plane tickets to Dubai for the Club World Cup were fully refundable. I am sure you were just finishing the final touches on that banner (what is Arabic for You all suck, Toronto is number 1)? And you were looking forward to getting drunk on all that Dubai beer (what is the strongest beer available there)? A rematch of the Toronto FC versus Real Madrid, this time we are not fooling around! I mean Gabe Gala scored (please phone for all your real estate needs in the Greater Toronto area, let him kick in the deals for you), just imagine what Giovinco could do. Madid think they are royalty, well we are the Kings of Canada, we would of taken their crown if it wasnt for a lame shoot out in Mexico.

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  2. #meh-katex is the king of fake goals, over the net or off the cross bar.

    Hamilton almost got one of those #CanMNT-type specials down in Mexico, so not a bad sub.

    The problem with the VAR process is that is leaves total decisioning with what many of us perceive to be the weakest link.

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