We are the B3 Network and we are here to talk about Soccer/Football from a fan's view. The beautiful game is a great way to make new friends, drink some spirits and beer, and above all.. enjoy talking about the beautiful game.
B3 Network makes the promise to our families that this is just a hobby, family is the most important thing in our lives and this Network and Podcast shows are just for fun, and a great excuse to talk soccer.
So we decided to start a podcast to share our view of the game. We will focus on talking about the leagues, transfer market, tournaments and all things soccer but with the fan's point of view. There are lots of other better shows out there that have better hosts, studios, editing, equipment, researchers, financial stability, headcount, etc., but all these shows miss the reach of what's going on at all mayor leagues of the world. We needed to listen to several shows/podcasts from multiple countries to be on top of what's going on in the game; so we decided to create this podcast in which we will talk about all the leagues near and dear to us.
One of the great things about the beautiful game is that everyone has a different view of the game, and they are all valid. People may like a defensive team, people may like possession, or counter attack, physical play, have short skilled players, or tall strong players, or only players from one country, or only players from one region in a country, play in the mornings, during the day, or evenings; but we all agree that playing is the great joy. And what better way of talking about it than with great buddies and great bourbon.
The recurrent hosts are:
- Jaime Nuñez who supports Pumas in Liga MX.
- Daniel Zimmer who supports Arsenal in EPL.
Podcasts will be posted in most mayor podcasts services (Apple, Google, Stitcher, TuneIn and Spotify).
Jaime and Dan
Host Dan is out sick this week so is just Jaime flying solo this episode. Conversations about the Manchester City UEFA ban appeal that has been filed in CAS will determine if City can revoke the champs ban. Europa league has now eliminated about half to the team with Eintracht and Reb Bull Salzburg still to play, and in Concacaf Champions League there are key matchups later today for the last two tickets to the last 8. Jaime talked about the most notable transfers for the start of MLS, only focussing on players that will play in the 2020 MLS season, so far. Week in review was about Messi’s poker agains Eibar, Real Madrid loss to Levante, Bayern, Leipzig, and Dortmund in Germany stay strong, Lazio and Juve going at it in France, and PSG/Liverpool destine to get their domestic league trophies. Jaime still believes that City’s March schedule is more difficult than Liverpool, giving Liverpool a path to be the EPL Champs by last match day in March, and celebrate their first EPL title at the Etihad in April. Champ Leave gave us great games with Bayern destroying Chelsea, Napoli and Barcelona getting a vanilla draw, Lyon giving the surprise so far by wining 1-0 against Juventus, and City dominating royalty in Real Madrid. We finish the episode with our MUST/MISS section where we suggest games that our listeners should follow during this international break... or not follow
The B3 Network presents its new show hosted by Jaime Nuñez and Daniel Zimmer. In this show we will give a perspective to the sports "As a Fan..." we'll give thoughts on the sport that we like and discuss multiple different leagues that are starting in summer of 2019 (with MLS, Liga MX and Eredivisie already kicked off). We talk about the dealings in the transfer market that have closed in England, and the current state of what the team have to start the season in EPL. We talk about the Ligue 1 and Serie A having a one-team-league system in which there are no surprises on who is going to win. We discuss the standing in MLS and Liga MX in which surprisingly we agree that an LA team will win MLS, and that a Monterrey team will win Liga MX. Back in Europe, we talk about the change of power in Bundesliga with Dortmund making a run for the League; and agree that Barcelona will keep the La Liga title and finally conquer Champions League. We close out the episode by talking about EPL teams just as the season started. We have different outcome in the League winner but agree that Arsenal will return to Champions League.