SEGMENT 1: Stein and Steve look back extensively at the first match of the year for the U.S. national team, starting with -- what else? -- another round of debate surrounding San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski and what a two-goal performance did for his chances of earning a spot on the 23-man roster that Jurgen Klinsmann takes to Brazil.
SEGMENT 2: New York Times contributor Brian Sciaretta, who keeps track of Americans playing soccer abroad as well as anyone, makes his Soccer Today debut to talk about all the stories with U.S. connections that were in circulation before Friday's closing of the winter transfer window.
SEGMENT 3: ESPN's Alexi Lalas makes a surprise visit to the show after calling the United States' two-nil win over Korea in Los Angeles with Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman. Which means more dissection of the Yanks' performance ... and a glimpse into Alexi's Super Bowl Sunday plans.
SEGMENT 4: The one and only Pele appeared on ESPN FC earlier in the week and addressed his latest public spat with Argentina's Diego Maradona. The boys touch on that here as well as the rumors out of England that Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand is MLS-bound.