Episode 66 — He Doesn’t Like Getting Probed

The Knittel brothers discuss transfer market reforms, Tottenham’s wage structure, MLS rules, and more.

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Stories & topics discussed in this episode:
Segment 1
- Proposed transfer market reforms (http://www.espn.com/soccer/fifa-world-cup/story/3383510/fifa-president-gianni-infantino-backs-sweeping-transfer-market-reform
- Blatter endorses Morocco for the World Cup over the USA-Mexico-Canada bid (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2018/02/22/moroccos-2026-world-cup-bid-gets-crucial-sepp-blatter-endorsement)

Segment 2
- Is Manchester United regressing or is this just typical Jose Mourinho and all of this is an overreaction? (https://twitter.com/telegraphducker/status/966428588567343110)
- Tottenham sticking to their wage structure could mean Alderweireld is sold (https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/toby-alderweireld-could-be-sold-by-tottenham-dqd9sj2xq)

Segment 3
- Less than a week from the start of the MLS season & roster rules still aren’t released (https://www.reddit.com/r/MLS/comments/7zohnm/wtf_mate_we_are_8_days_away_from_the_mls_season/)
- MLS season preview discussion
- MLS TAM’s effect on domestic players (https://www.fourfourtwo.com/us/features/mls-targeted-allocation-money-american-canadian-players-affect)

Others mentioned
- Courts denied NASL’s preliminary injunction (https://twitter.com/turneresq/status/967063161160450048)