We talk to James Keston, owner of Orange County Soccer Club.
He explains why he bought a USL team, what he is hoping to achieve on and off the field and how hard the pandemic has hit live sport.
James talks about the unique partnership with Glasgow Rangers, the CBS documentary about their deal and why all the Scottish players needed subtitles.
He tells us that he doesn’t think a promotion and relegation system will happen in US soccer in the next 30 years, the importance of giving American youngsters a pathway to pro that avoids college and how close he came to owning an MLS team.
And why he wants to share a highland whisky in a European pub with Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin.