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29th Oct 2019

S1E1: My 3 Subs: What A Bunch Of Rookies! 2nd Half

Fans love to hate the Referee. Just like players and coaches, though, match officials have a story, too. Steve Eordogh has been been a part of officiating crews at the higher levels. You may have even seen him on national TV. While his rise from the local rec leagues to being in front of packed stadiums is a story of dedication & perseverance, his story really begins thousands of miles away before he ever picked up a whistle...with a dream of simply wanting a better life. Tim talks to Steve about that dream, when sparked his desire to become a referee, and what is it really like to be in the middle of all the action.

And Tim goes under the hood and takes a Van Horn Assisted Review of Arsenal and Zlatan's actions following an early MLS playoff exit.


My 3 Subs: A Soccer Odyssey

Creator/ Manager: Tim Van Horn

Executive Producer/ Chairman: Brodee Scott


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About the Podcast

My 3 Subs: A Soccer Odyssey
Tim Van Horn & Brodee Scott bring you interviews with soccer's newsmakers plus news from around the sport.
A color commentator for Memphis 901 FC of the USL Championship & the Memphis Americans of the National Indoor Soccer League, Tim Van Horn goes studs up into the soccer world. News from leagues around the world, injury & transfer news, and guests so compelling you'll be begging for added time!

Brodee Scott brings his extensive broadcast and podcast background to the team. He's an Arsenal fan thru & thru (bless his heart!) and makes a podcast more fun than it should ever be.

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Tim Van Horn

Tim Van Horn is Color Analyst for Memphis 901 FC (USL Championship) & the Memphis Americans (National Indoor Soccer League). He has spent decades playing at the amateur level, impressively racking up yellow cards in two different countries.