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Episode 41 – The Midnight Ride vs The Boy Who Lived

Posted on 09 August 2011 by Hank Alexandre

In this episode of The Midnight Ride, Hank is joined by the original co-host, Sean Donahue of New England Soccer Today, and they discuss the New England Revolution’s new designated player, Milton Caraglio, and the boy who lived, Diego Fagundez. Also, preview of Columbus and a shakedown of the Revs playoff chances.

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TMR Episode 40 – The Midnight Ride vs The Twitter Reverb Explosion

Posted on 03 August 2011 by Hank Alexandre

On this episode of the Midnight Ride Podcast – Hank is again joined by Bob from Soccer Soap Box, and they discuss the signing of the New England Revolution’s first ever Designated Player, Milton Caraglio.

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TMR Episode 39 – The Midnight Ride vs The False Dawn

Posted on 28 July 2011 by Hank Alexandre

Hank is joined by Bob Madaio from Soccer Soap Box to discuss the New England Revolution and their triumphant (?) road trip where they picked up 4 out of 6 points. But the question remains, does this team have the horses to make a run to the playoffs?

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TMR Episode 36 – The Midnight Ride vs The Curse of the 2-0 Scoreline

Posted on 05 July 2011 by Hank Alexandre

 

 

 

Hank is joined by American Soccer News Revolution beat writer Matty Jollie on this week’s episode to discuss the game that almost shocked the world on the Fourth of July, and the ins and outs of the Revolution’s players.

 

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TMR Episode 33 – The Midnight Ride vs The Back to Reality Crash

Posted on 06 May 2011 by Hank Alexandre

In this episode Hank is joined by American Soccer News correspondent Matty Jollie to discuss the debacle in Chivas, and the upcoming game against MLS Cup Champions Colorado.

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TMR Episode 29 – The Midnight Ride vs the Midnight Ramble

Posted on 11 March 2011 by Hank Alexandre

In this slightly shortened episode, Hank is once again joined by New England Soccer Today’s Brian O’Connell as well as Bob Madaio from the Soccer Soap Box, as they ramble on about the New England Revolution in their final week of preseason training.

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TMR Episode 28 – The Midnight Ride vs The Preseason

Posted on 02 March 2011 by Hank Alexandre

TMR Episode 28 – The Midnight Ride vs The Preseason

This week Hank is joined by three newbies to the podcast to discuss the New England Revolution and their preseason: Kevin Koczwara and Ryan Fleming from The Soccer Guys (http://thesoccerguysonline.com), and Bob Madaio from Soccer Soap Box (http://soccersoapbox.com/).

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TMR Episode 24 – The Midnight Ride vs The Lost Season

Posted on 29 August 2010 by Hank Alexandre

Hank, Sean and Brian are back to discuss the Revs sudden lapse of form at this crucial stage in the season.

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TMR Lunch Break Podcast – Episode 5

Posted on 15 August 2010 by Hank Alexandre

Hank and Steve are joined by legendary performer and long time Revs fan Matty Jollie to discuss what’s going on with The New England Revolution.

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TMR Episode 23 – The Midnight Ride vs The Roster Question

Posted on 08 August 2010 by Hank Alexandre

Hank, Sean and Brian are together again as they break down New England’s performance in their win over DC United, and ask some questions about the Roster and Nicol’s team selection.

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