Let's Fix Football 134: Trump, 23andMe, and Legacy (ft. Keir Lamont)
Hosts Gabe Lezra and Evan Mateer bring on their buddy, data privacy attorney Keir Lamont to discuss Trump's feud with FIFA, and the totally regular people responding to it who are having extremely normal ones. They also dive into those (annoying?) 23andMe World Cup ads--everything from the questions of how to pick a world cup team, their inanity (and the use/misuse of genetic testing), and the very real data privacy concerns in transmitting genetic information to third parties.
They also recap some #SaveTheCrew news, plug some MLS news, and dive into the Champions League final. Liverpool look great at home, but less so on the road; Mo Salah is a legitimate Ballon d'Or candidate. AND they feature the worst take on the show so far (in an epsidoe that quotes Donald Trump and Trump online sycophant Jacob Wohl): some English pundit saying how Ronaldo sucks, actually, and couldn't start on any top EPL side.
The end with a chat about legacy and how to think about this Real Madrid side as they progress to their third consecutive Champions League final.