Holding The High Line, a Colorado Rapids Podcast
S4E25: Upstander Soapbox
Hello Colorado Rapids Fans! This week on Holding The High Line, we have another frustrating draw to talk about! Ugh! We banter about the Leagues Cup and Jaap Stam memes. Rabbi tries to find some good things from Sunday's 0-0 draw against Toronto FC. Red discusses the racially abusive language allegations against a Rapids DA U15 player. Then we preview Wednesday's game against Austin FC and Sunday's match against Seattle Sounders.
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