Day: May 28, 2019

Sports Inquirer Show 58 (5.28.19) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #atlutd #uniteandconquer #mls #nbaplayoffs #nbafinals #f1 #monacogp #indianapolis500

In this edition of The Sports Inquirer we discuss:

-The recent struggles of Atlanta Untied including its road loss at Real Salt Lake with audio from Frank de Boer and Michael Parkhurst, Atlanta’s offensive and defensive struggles and an overall look at Major League Soccer in Offside Trap (7:00-36:00)

-The conclusion of the Eastern Conference finals between Toronto and Milwaukee, an early preview of the NBA Finals between the Raptors and Golden State Warriors and a look to the start of the WNBA season in Stagger Screen (36:00-46:00)

-The auto racing over Memorial Day weekend including the Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 as well as memorialize Bill Buckner and Bart Starr in the Miscellaneous Department (46:00-68:00)

Sports Inquirer Show 58
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Original Free Kick: Atlanta United Frank de Boer pre-Minnesota United home presser (5.28.19) #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer

Atlanta United manager Frank de Boer
Photo credit: Atlanta United Communications

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United manager Frank de Boer following his team’s practice on May 28. Topics included the team rebounding from a road loss at Real Salt Lake the previous week, handling the condensed schedule, provides a health update on Tito Villalba, seeing Ezequiel Barco perform for Argentina in the U-20 World Cup and Atlanta preparing to host Minnesota United on May 29.

Original Free Kick: Atlanta United Darlington Nagbe pre-Minnesota United home presser (5.28.19) #sportsinquirer #atlutd #uniteandconquer

Atlanta United player Darlington Nagbe handles ball in contest against FC Dallas.
Atlanta United Commincations

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta United midfielder Darlington Nagbe following his team’s practice on May 28. Topics included the team rebounding from a road loss at Real Salt Lake the previous week, handling the condensed schedule, working within his role of manager Frank de Boer’s system and seeing teammate Ezequiel Barco perform for Argentina in the U-20 World Cup.