Episode 475 – 23/12/13 #cementTacos

The gang is all here to recap a month or so of stuff, including a farewell to the GOAT out west, MLS Cup final, talk some #CanPL news, some CONCACAF tournaments, Bruce Arena’s reinstatement, Seba talk, John Herdman, and some month-old malarkey. In this episode Duncan has read all of the books, Mark breaks the CONCACAF tournament live (well, it was when he did it), Tony accused Kristin of dressing down Sinclair like an ultra in that one clip and Kristin vehemently denies it, but it did kinda look like it on the TV.

Show Rundown

  • Segment 1: What’s been happening (7m08s)
  • Segment 2: What we’re talking about (42m40s)
  • Segment 3: What’s coming up (1h26m30s)

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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. As the snowflakes float down to the ground, you realize tiss the season. The season of wonder, the season of giving.

    But as most MLS supporters celebrate with joy they look up at Toronto in dismay. They are confused yet intrigued at those Toronto FC supporters and their strange customs. The strange belief system is fascinating to many.

    Many days ago a supporter filled with rage was about to rain blows down on a Toronto FC player. Then he realized that there had to be another way.

    A sign came from BMO field, some might almost say Sign… field. A tradition from ancient times was viewed by many once. A time so long ago that even the wise elders have had the few traces of memories slowly fade away. But one supporter somehow saw a vision of that age of eons past… the 90’s!

    And out of that fateful moment the supporters brought this forgotten holiday to Toronto. No doubt the start of a long tradition of observing this special day. The holiday of Festivus. A Festivus for the rest of us.

    You gather the supporters around and tell them all the ways the team has disappointed you over the past year. And for a brief moment the loud harsh words scratch where the supporters itch.

    Some deny its existence with fervor. They don’t want to see… it’s part of their heritage, It’s who they are. They should celebrate this festive day.

    A time of giving…. giving a piece of their minds. An airing of grievances is sure to be a ritual that will be held sacred for many years to come.

    For their is alot of problems with this team, much to discuss. And on this day you will hear about it, with much fury. The hot words keep them warm in the cold Toronto night.

    Their fingers do not freeze despite the finger pointing. They are not concerned about frostbite but those innocent onlookers should be wary for these supporters just might bite! For their blood boils and runs quickly through their body. A speed faster than any Toronto FC player.

    The supporters ask themselves will they get a Festivus miracle soon?

    Of course this special day isn’t over until the feats of strength. The supporters must get these evil impulses out of their bodies… Let’s rumble!

    Happy Festivus everyone!

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