Brotherly Game Live: 7-9 pm ET Tonight

Greg Fiume

The new weekly (or more often) radio show, done by the Brotherly Game's Scott Kessler, will feature co-host guests and call-ins from fans. See inside this article for more details on tonight's show.

Tonight's show will feature segments from Michael Lewis (7:10 pm - 7:40 pm) of Big Apple Soccer, part of the Soccer News Net family, John Molinaro (7:45 pm - 8:00 pm), a sports reporter for Sportsnet, a Canadian sports news outlet, plus another appearance from Brian Sciaretta (8:00 pm and on), of Yanks Abroad and the New York Times.

Lewis will come onto Brotherly Game Live to talk about the upcoming regional derby between the Philadelphia Union and the New York Red Bulls. During Lewis' segment, from 7:10 pm to 7:40 pm, we will open up the call boards to our listeners to ask questions about the game, the Red Bulls and the overall rivalry.

Molinaro comes on to the Brotherly Game Live to discuss former Union captain Danny Califf's situation with Toronto FC. He's been on top of the slow moving developments in regard to Califf's tenure with Toronto.

Sciaretta will join us in the final hour of tonight's episode to talk about the game against Honduras, in Salt Lake City, as well.

Listeners, feel free to call in to the show whenever you'd like to voice your opinion live on the air. The call in number is: (347) 996-5649. Click the linked text here to go to the episode's page.

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