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Reckless Challenge PROcast: August 22, 2013

Reckless Challenge PROcast: August 22, 2013

Ben and Josh are joined this week by Chad Hollingsworth and Ray Stellhorn.

All four discuss the recent issues of the supporters groups for Phoenix and Richmond, as well as go over USL PRO’s Team of the Week.

The guys also go over the Reckless Challenge awards, including the ALL PRO team, MVP, Coach of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Super Sub.

The first round of the playoffs are also previewed.


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  1. The megaphone incident in Phoenix was started because the refs wanted the megaphone gone. The ref had really thin skin.

    • After the podcast was recorded, we talked to a member of LFR, who clarified what happened. As the story is now told to us, it was not obscene language that resulted in a fan being ejected. It was a referee who was not happy about being challenged on a call by LFR. The ref wanted the megaphone to disappear, and the capo was consequently asked to leave. We apologize for not having the facts straight. I do, though, stand by the comment that LFR uses some of the most “colorful” language employed by any SG in USL PRO. It just so happens that obscene language was not the cause for the ejection. I think, though, that the conversation about obscene language was relevant, and I hope you found it insightful.


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