Jason Longshore is the color commentator for Atlanta United games on 92-9 The Game. He fell in love with soccer when he was 9 years old and has worked in the Atlanta soccer community for the last 20 years. He has worked with professional teams and was formerly the Chief Development Officer for the Atlanta based non-profit organization Soccer in the Streets. He hosts the Soccer Down Here Daily show that airs on BlogTalkRadio and is available via podcast. His writing can often be found at Soccer Down Here and Dirty South Soccer.
Hometown: Riverdale, Georgia
College: University of Georgia
Atlanta United color analyst Jason Longshore breaks down the Five Stripes’ upcoming match each week.
We’re putting MLS teams on the trimester system and handing out grades through one third of the season.
Jason Longshore looks back at Sunday’s 3-1 loss to D.C. United.
Jason Longshore looks at the upcoming match against D.C. United in his Friday Forecast.
Stifling pressure by Atlanta United all over the field led to a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. Tito Villalba, Yamil Asad, and the debuting Brandon Vazquez scored Atlanta’s goal.
Can the Five Stripes overcome a newly confident squad while shaking off last week’s tough result in Montreal? A trip to face Real Salt Lake will be the test.
In 1967, professional soccer came to Atlanta for the first time with the debut of the Atlanta Chiefs.
In a game where everything that could go wrong for Atlanta United seemed to do so, the Five Stripes lost a heartbreaker to the Montreal Impact, 2-1.
After a slow start to the Montreal season that sees it winless in its first five games, everyone around the team is starting to feel the pressure. Can Atlanta keep the pressure on?
Al Davis said this and consistently built his Oakland Raiders’ teams around it. Dan Quinn has built his Falcons’ defense around it. Tata Martino has built his first Atlanta United squad around it.