Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, Rabbi and Red disagree on something! The guys banter about recent soccer news including the MLS Reserve League going for Division III, the Nations League, Inter Miami's punishment, and Christian Pulisic winning the Champions League. We do Good Thing, Bad Thing, Big Thing on the win over FC Dallas. How about that Keegan Rosenberry golazo?
The guys disagree when Rabbi brings up the Pids potentially trading for Jozy Altidore. In Ask HTHL, we talk Lalas Abubakar getting Wally Pipp'd and sports media interviews and relationships. We end with Red going full Ted Lasso on faith, hope, and expectations for Rapids fans.
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