Nos Audietis, Episode 85: You're welcome

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We recorded last night just so we could make sure that Obafemi Martins news broke today. We did this for you.

As you should all know by now, there's no better way to insure that Sounders news happens than for us to record a podcast. Obviously, this was recorded on Sunday, so you're welcome. We talked about Obafemi Martins like it wasn't a done deal and, lo and behold, it sure appears to be done now. Feel free to only listen to that part for entertainment purposes.

We do have some more relevant stuff to discuss on the show, too. Namely, the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal against Tigres UANL and Saturday's Rivalry Week showdown with the Portland Timbers.

To help us better understand that mysterious beast that is the Timbers, we asked Michael Orr (@soccermadeinpdx) onto the show. He's good people, don't worry.

Of course, we also take questions and there were lots of them. Some of them may even sound smart. To get your questions answered, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@nosAudietis) or send us an email (nosaudietis@gmail.com).

Download | Duration: 01:15:52 | iTunes | Stitcher

Intro: Perry Como - "Seattle"
First Break: Ian Doescher - "Portland Songs"
Second Break: Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger"
Outro: Woody Guthrie - "Roll on Columbia"

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