Longshore: 'Our throw-in issues are a pet peeve of mine'

Jon Chuckery
June 16, 2018 - 11:27 am

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Atlanta United color analyst Jason Longshore joins Jon Chuckery and Randy McMichael Saturday to recap the win over the Columbus Crew and preview the U.S. Open Cup match with the Chicago Fire this Wednesday, June 20.

Longshore went into detail about Ezequiel Barco's move "La Pausa," which is Spanish for "The Pause."

Although Longshore spoke about United's big win, he also spoke about how throw-ins have become a major issue defensively for this team. Opposing teams are exposing the Five Stripes defensively by quickly throwing the ball in when it goes out of bounds. Longshore says this must improve as the season progresses.

Longshore continued the conversation by talking about where the U.S. Soccer team is headed. He believes the future is bright, especially with the World Cup coming to North America in 2026.