In this episode, Will and Aaron explain why the #WengerOut movement gives off serious Brexit vibes. Plus, Sean Dyche, suspected Brexiter himself, said English managers don't get a fair shake in the Premier League. True or false?
Guardian U.S. contributor Luis Miguel Echegaray joins Aaron Gordon to discuss whether it's time for MLS to graduate from primarily marketing USMNT players. What does it looks like in practice to market to Latino millennials?
VICE Sports writer Sean Newell joins the show to lament how the American Outlaws have taken over his beloved bar. Plus, the debut of a new segment, MANAGER FIGHT!, in which Will and Aaron imagine how a fist fight between two managers might go.
Aaron and Will debate whether Alexis Sanchez threw the lamest tantrum in history, Will tries to explain to Aaron what exactly English soccer fans want from Pep Guardiola, and the duo discuss Louis Van Gaal's big balls.
In this week's episode of Chips, hosts Aaron and Will argue about Pep's lack of holiday cheer, whether referees should have on-field personalities, and if fans should feel guilty for enjoying the packed holiday schedule.
In the premiere episode of Chips—the new VICE Sports Soccer podcast—Aaron and Will try to figure out if the controversy over Bob Bradley's American accent is made up, why everyone blames Mesut Özil, and if Festive Football is ruining humanity.