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The Inside Story From NYCFC’s Stadium Focus Groups

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The SPHERICAL Podcast: Nick Chavez

IT'S A FRIDAY POD! We caught up with Nick to get the big picture on NYCFC, cosmic energies, and the difference between visions and visionz.

The SPHERICAL Podcast: Caitlin Buckley of B&RU

The Black & Red United columnist sits down with us to discuss how the Washington Spirit dealt with Megan Rapinoe's plans to kneel during the national anthem, the state of the NWSL playoff chase, and a couple of championship predictions.

The SPHERICAL Podcast: Glenn Crooks of WFAN radio

It's time to resurrect the pod! As part of our "soft opening," we sat down with NYCFC's radio color commentator and co-host of the "Soccer in the City" podcast.

The NYCFC Pigeon: PART TWO

Omari McCleary shares his thoughts on the supporters group scene, the state of the team, and staying active in the community.

Meet Omari McCleary, a.k.a. the NYCFC Pigeon

He has worn the pigeon mask since before the team's first game, and went on to nearly win this year's MLS Works Community MVP contest. Let's get to know one of the New York soccer community's masked heroes.

NWSL 2016: An exclusive chat with Becky Sauerbrunn

Back in November, we spoke with the World Cup winner and back-to-back NWSL champ about the growth of the women's game, soccer culture in Kansas City, and whether she'd be OK with renaming the league's Defender of the Year award in her honor.

An exclusive chat w/ Ray Hudson, voice of La Liga

We spoke with beIN Sports' "verbal gymnast" about what makes the Spanish game special, his unequivocal love for Riquelme, and growing soccer in North America.

EXCLUSIVE: Grant Wahl on NYCFC's story so far

We spoke with America's Soccer Writer about New York's newest team, its parent company, and the transition from Jason Kreis to Patrick Vieira.

EXCLUSIVE: Graham Parker on City Football Group

We caught up with the Guardian/ESPN's transatlantic ace to discuss the state of the NYCFC union and the goings-on at the Parent Company.