Holding The High Line, a Colorado Rapids Podcast
S3E51: The Great Diego Rubio Debate
Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, it's The Great Diego Rubio Debate! Rabbi and Red discuss the updated MLS CBA news and the final list of potential host cities for the 2026 World Cup. Then Mark and Matt have our much anticipated Diego Rubio debate. How big of a deal is it that Rubio doesn't score lots of goals? What else does he do well that matter for the Rapids? What will his 2021 look like and how will that affect the success of the club?
Here's the link to the article Red references.
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