A Show Debut & A Match Preview! Fatai Alashe following #HellisReal, Plus Philadelphia Inquirer's Jonathan Tannenwald Previewing A Top-O-Table Clash | Inside The Crew
Inside The Crew
It's an Eastern Conference barn-burner against two of MLS's best teams, with the Crew's defense prepping for a red-hot Philly offense (15:15). BUT FIRST! Crew newcomer Fatai Alashe makes his show debut in the opening segment to discuss his path as a Midwesterner from Michigan State University to Columbus and everything in between (2:31). Finally, something insightful Twitter Q&A once again from Neil and Jordan as we go into the midpoint of this Phase 1 return-to-play schedule.
👉🏽😶👈🏽 Subscribe To Our Podcast Now For Episode Notifications! 🎧 http://www.PerfectSoccerSkills.com/Radio For timestamp, full show breakdown, free tools, and more! 👇🏽 11 Year MLS Cup Champion Quincy Amarikwa’s (@QuincyAmarikwa) presents - The Perfect Soccer Podcast, Where your host Paul Guarino goes 1 on 1 to get to know your favorite professional soccer players, on and off the pitch. In today’s episode: Paul interviews FC Cincinnati’s Fatai Alashe. Fatai discusses his time at Michigan State, playing in the MLS, and preparing for life after soccer. Be sure to follow Fatai on social: https://www.instagram.com/fatai.alashe/ https://twitter.com/FataiPrince27 🧠 Learn More About Your Mental Strength Coach: www.QuincyAmarikwa.com/About Time Stamp 0:00 - 1:14 Intro 1:15 - 2:24 How Fatai go into soccer 2:25 - 3:35 Youth career 3:36 - 6:14 College recruiting process and why he picked Michigan State 6:15 - 7:47 Experience as a student athlete at Michigan State 7:48 - 11:22 Playing in the PDL and realizing he can play in the MLS 11:23 - 12:29 MLS draft day 12:30 - 13:48 Playing his first MLS game 13:49 - 15:38 What's the difference between the college and the pro game? 15:39 - 17:02 Scoring 1st goal in the MLS 17:03 - 17:23 PS ad 17:24 - 19:12 Playing for FC Cincinnati 19:13 - 24:49 Quincy’s 5 questions 24:50 - 28:14 Off the pitch questions 28:15 - 29:43 Outro 11 Year MLS Cup Champion Quincy Amarikwa’s (@QuincyAmarikwa) presents - The Perfect Soccer Podcast Where your host Paul Guarino goes 1 on 1 to get to know your favorite professional soccer players, on and off the pitch. Because how better to learn what it takes to become a pro soccer player, other than directly from pro soccer players? You can re-listen to this episode and all our other interviews, episodes and audio shows over at: http://www.PerfectSoccerSkills.com/Radio Today’s episode is brought to you by PERFECTSOCCERSKILLS.com, The #1 and only platform you’ll ever need to talk to, learn from and work with pro soccer players. Learn more and enter to win free weekly soccer prizes, goals, balls, jerseys, player meet and greets and more, by heading over to http://PerfectSoccerSkills.com/PSTM to enter to win for free today. Also Learn How To Become A Pro Soccer Player: http://PerfectSoccerSkills.com/PSTM--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/perfect-soccer-radio/support
FC Cincinnati Players Kekuta Manneh and Fatai Alashe
On the Sidelines
Kekuta and Fatai share secrets about each other that only their teammates would know | Fatai says he's up for a FIFA challenge against Bengal's former wide receiver, Chad Johnson | Kekuta explains his favorite saying, "Smile is free" | Fatai has a "fire" lemon cookie recipe that he and ONLY he knows how to make
Corner Kick: Pre-Signing Day Podcast: Kylie Stannard, Jay Chapman and Fatai Alashe Join In On a Recruiting Discussion
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National Signing Day for men's soccer is upon us. Wednesday, February 5th is the day high school seniors will put the pen to the paper and officially declare themselves Spartans. Assistant coach Kylie Stannard reveals what the Michigan State soccer program looks for in a recruit, what his role as recruiter involves and how college soccer recruiting has changed over the past 20 years. Sophomore midfielder Jay Chapman (Campbellford, Ontario) and junior midfielder/defender Fatai Alashe (Northville, Mich.) speak about their recruiting process and what drew them to East Lansing. Also, we learn who Jay and Fatai model their game after, who their favorite professional soccer teams are and who would be their preferred wingman during a night out. Finally, they debate who the team jokester is, who's definitely not the team jokester (Ryan Keener), who on the team has the best ball skills, who has the best style and who has the strangest pre-game ritual.