The pod is hosted out at David Farrington Park by Team Wellington this week - and head coach José Figuera joins us to discuss the 3-1 win over Auckland City and everything else to do with the Handa Premiership.
Meanwhile, the Nix had a promising loss against Sydney FC and head to Melbourne this weekend, and tickets for the Peru game are flying out the door.
Peru are all that stand between the All Whites and the World Cup - we have a quick chat about how they got there before moving on to the first Nix game of the season. Meanwhile - the All Whites went down to a late goal against Japan, and the TeeDubs kick off their season against Auckland this weekend.
Oh, and Patrick picked a fight with Hamish Watson.
Phoenix GM David Dome joins the pod ahead of the A-League kicking off this weekend, we look at the Nix's chances of beating Adelaide and make some terrible predictions about how we think the season will go. Meanwhile, the All Whites are in action against Japan in a friendly, and it's the long awaited return of Cam's Kiwis Overseas segment.
Dario Vidosic drops by the pod this week, talking about his return from injury over the weekend in the 8-1 win over Team Wellington. There's also a double header this weekend with the Nix playing both TeeDubs and Auckland City on the same day, and are we headed to Canberra for a home game?
Pretend you haven't seen the latest Nix preseason game in this podcast, where the pod discuss the final game of the preseason tour to Australia and preview the Home & Garden Show match, look at the Football Ferns' two losses against the US, and cast their eye over the TeeDubs and WeeNix squads for the Handy Prem.
The pod talk about a bunch of games they haven't seen, including Phoenix preseason games again Blacktown City and the Mariners, and the Chatham Cup and Women's Knockout Cup finals. Elsewhere, Chris Wood is keeping up his goalscoring form in the EPL, and Vince Lia speaks out about his departure from the Nix.
The pod are joined by Fairfax football reporter Liam Hyslop to discuss a fairly busy week in the "offseason". The Phoenix switched off late to lose their FFA Cup match, Western Suburbs took out the Central League in style, the Chatham Cup quarterfinals are this weekend and we chat with Liam about his series on youth development in the Wellington region.