AFTN Soccer Show (Vancouver Whitecaps/MLS)

The AFTN football/soccer podcast about Vancouver Whitecaps and Major League Soccer (MLS)

Big games require big performances with big moments. If Vancouver Whitecaps' showing in Portland this weekend is an indication, then the team look to have the stomach for the battle ahead. There's a lot to talk about and we have five of AFTN's finest to do just that, all of them from various places around Cascadia.

With Steve home alone in upper Cascadia, and Zach stuck with a broken down car in middle Cascadia, Michael joins on the phone from the lower Cascadia coast to look back at the 'Caps fantastic win against the Timbers. A strong defensive team effort was on show and the guys break it down, with the help of some audio from both head coaches.

Joe and Nick are in the house, their own one, not the studio, to bring their preview expertise to the show and look ahead to what is set to be a dramatic Canadian Championship final second leg in Toronto midweek. The 'Caps head in as the underdogs, but every dog has its day, so can Wednesday be the Whitecaps one?

All this, plus we hear from Stefan Marinovic after the win in Portland, look at what the 'Caps lack of spending in this transfer window may mean, Zach joins Steve to look at the weekend's action around MLS West and Argy Bargy feature in this week's Wavelength.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

02.25: Portland Timbers v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
23.49: Coaches audio - Carl Robinson and Gio Savarese
28.32: Whitecaps' player performances v Timbers
39.18: Stefan Marinovic interview and discussion
52.48: TFC v Whitecaps Canadian Championship final second leg preview
78.57: Wavelength - Argy Bargy - Saturday's Glory
85.48: MLS West week in review
108.09: BC Soccerweb headlines - a look at some stories from around the football world

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Vancouver Whitecaps' cups runneth over right now. Not only are they right in the middle of a tantalizingly balance Voyageurs Cup final with Toronto FC, but there's the small matter of a Cascadia Cup game down in Portland on Saturday.

Joe and Nick look back at the night that was that Canadian Championship first leg. The highs, the lows, the even lower still. It was an evening of goals, stupid defending, and a referee taking centre stage. Oh Canada indeed.

Then they turn their attention to Saturday's match in Portland. The Timbers are unbeaten in 15, looking to set a club record, and facing a Whitecaps team that are frankly knackered. It's going to be tough but is this the kind of game that Vancouver will shine in and surprise? Or is a derby day calamity awaiting those of us making the long trip down the I-5?

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August certainly feels like it could be a decisive month in terms of determining how successful we'll look back at Vancouver Whitecaps' 2018 season.

It's started well. The 'Caps fielded an understrength side and took a point at New York City. Normally that would be considered a great result, and while good, it only saw them slip further behind in the chase for the playoffs.

We look back at the match, hear from both head coaches, and delve into some individual player performances. We also look ahead to the first leg of the Canadian Championship final against Toronto FC on Wednesday, and hear some of the thoughts of Greg Vanney about how TFC will be approaching it.

All this, plus does Kei Kamara fancy a chocolate digestive, what ice cream excites goalscorer Erik Hurtado, and we look at the weekend's action in the MLS West and The Last Resort feature in this week's Wavelength.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

07.05: New York City FC v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
27.02: Coaches audio - Carl Robinson and Domènec Torrent
33.23: Whitecaps' player performances v NYC
44.21: Erik Hurtado Ice Cream Man
51.12: MLS West week in review
62.49: The Whitecaps playoffs quest gets even tougher
74.24: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive - Kei Kamara
76.25: Whitecaps v TFC Canadian Championship preview - featuring Greg Vanney audio
88.25: Wavelength - The Last Resort - Violence On Our Minds
94.00: BC Soccerweb headlines - a look at some stories from around the football world

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There's no rest for the wicked. Vancouver Whitecaps are in the midst of their toughest spell of the season with games coming thick and fast in both MLS and the Canadian Championship.

The Whitecaps head to New York City on Saturday with the first leg of this year's Voyageurs Cup final coming up next Wednesday at home to Toronto firmly in their minds.

Joe and Nick look ahead to the match with NYC. Can we expect mass rotation from Vancouver? Just what will that look like? And is there any expectation of whatever side the Whitecaps put out being able to get anything from an in-form team with an unbeaten home record?

The guys chat about all this, plus talk salary dumps, Whitecaps season stats, and more.

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What a dream week it's been for Alphonso Davies. Bayern Munich will be his new home come January and Vancouver Whitecaps fans should be in for a fun ride to end his time here if his performance in Saturday's win over Minnesota is any indication. Two goals and two assists. A true Canadian double double.

To celebrate we're bring you a German themed episode this week (well sort of) as we delve into Davies' transfer to the Bundesliga champions and what that may mean for the future of the Whitecaps. Where will the money be spent? Is the pressure on to find the new talent? How do we best develop future Phonzies?

Turning our attention to matters on the pitch, Davies stole the show on Saturday, but what a great week it was results-wise for the 'Caps with a Canadian Championship win over Montreal and a vital six-pointer triumph against Minnesota. We look back at the win over the Loons, ponder what, if anything, can turn this defence around, and hear from both head coaches, Minnesota's Adrian Heath and Vancouver's Carl Robinson.

All this, plus we sit down for an in-depth chat with Doneil Henry about what brought him back to MLS, why Vancouver, his hopes for the future, and what advice he'd give Phonzie as a Canadian in European football. And there's a double dose of Wavelength featuring The Business and Die Toten Hosen, and more besides.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.45: Alphonso Davies transfer - what does it mean for the Whitecaps' future? - with audio from Bobby Lenarduzzi and Rachel Lewis
37.17: Vancouver Whitecaps v Minnesota United match analysis
50.04: Coaches audio - Carl Robinson and Adrian Heath
59.04: Wavelength - The Business - England 5 Germany 1
64.20: Whitecaps defensive struggles continue
69.36: Doneil Henry interview and discussion
81.52: Juarez suspension and missing players
89.01: MLS West week in review
105.00: BC Soccerweb headlines - a look at some stories from around the football world
119.50: Wavelength - Die Toten Hosen - Bayern

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It's a grueling time for Vancouver Whitecaps. Three matches in eight days, with two of them in the space of four days, all of them crucial for how the season could play out, and it's sweltering hot outside. This will test a lot about the current 'Caps squad.

After a gutless performance in Seattle, and a battling midweek one against Montreal to reach the Canadian Championship final, which Whitecaps team will we see turn up to take on an in-form Minnesota United side this weekend?

Will there be more rotation to rest some guys up, or does Robbo ride a clean sheet and a good performance on Wednesday night with an almost same starting XI? Was that win against Montreal a blip or a turning point? How can the struggling Whitecaps defence cope with the huge danger posed by Minnesota's Darwin Quintero (9 goals and 6 assists), Christian Ramirez (7 goals and 2 assists), and Miguel Ibarra (6 goals and 6 assists)?

Joe returns from baby daddy duties this week to discuss all of that and more with Nick, plus a quick look back over that win over the Impact, the Alphonso Davies transfer, and the guys play a frankly terrifying 'Choose Your Own Adventure' game with a Whitecaps twist.

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In been a busy week in Whitecapsland. Has Alphonso Davies played his last match as a 'Cap? How will the team spend their DAM (Davies Allocation Money)? Will they win another game this season? So much to talk about and we have it all for you in the latest episode of the AFTN Soccer Show.

We look back at the lows and lows from the Whitecaps' 2-0 defeat to the Sounders and hear from Carl Robinson after the Seattle match as he talks about the loss, the continued indiscipline in the team, what needs to change, and more. Plus Felipe has some strong and heartfelt thoughts after the derby day debacle.

Alphonso Davies looks to be heading to pastures new in Germany. We have the latest transfer talk and debate how that money could, and should, be used to improve the team. But will it be? Will the mass clearout that's needed be forthcoming and is Robbo the right man to oversee it or has he lost the locker room?

It's also been a busy week for the Canadian Premier League with the official launch of Victoria's Pacific FC. We talk to one of the co-owners Josh Simpson about the club's plans and his own footballing journey, and catch up with CPL Commissioner David Clanachan about expansion dreams and what's next for the league.

All this, plus does Jake Nerwinski fancy a chocolate digestive, the MLS West week in review, we delve into some of the stories around the footballing world in BC Soccerweb headlines, and a band from my hometown, The Newtown Grunts feature in this week's Wavelength.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

02.29: Alphonso Davies transfer talk
12.34: Seattle Sounders v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
17.28: Coaches audio - Brian Schmetzer and Carl Robinson
24.00: More Sounders v 'Caps chat
28.47: Whitecaps woes featuring Felipe and Robbo audio - team mentality, indiscipline, defensive frailty, playoff chances, Robbo's future
46.45: How to spend the Davies money to rebuild the 'Caps
57.10: Wavelength - Newtown Grunts - Everywhere She Goes
60.54: MLS West week in review
67.22: Montreal Canadian Championship preview
77.11: Pacific FC are here
79.53: Josh Simpson interview
88.27: Canadian PL chat and interview with David Clanachan
102.06: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive? - Jake Nerwinski
103.45: BC Soccerweb headlines - a look at some stories around the world of football including TFC hooliganism, Mesut Ozil, CPL in Mississauga

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Two Cup matches in four days. Three in eight. Usually that would be a yes please from us, but with Vancouver Whitecaps in a bit of a slump after three defeats in their last four matches, we're at what feels like a crucial turning point in the 'Caps season. Will they be able to follow the right path to success or does a trip to a witch in a gingerbread house await?

With Joe away on baby daddy duty (sidenote - the 'Caps haven't won a match since the kid was born. Not saying he's a jinx, but...), Gideon and Nick look ahead to the task awaiting the 'Caps in Seattle on Saturday, following on from Wednesday night's dismal display in Montreal. Can they get back to winning ways and save their season?

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Vancouver Whitecaps' seesaw of a season continued this past weekend as they went down to a 3-1 loss at the hands of D.C. United in the US capital. We analyse the main talking points to come out of the game, hear from 'Caps coach Carl Robinson, and ponder where the team can go from here.

We also look ahead to the midweek Canadian Championship semi-final in Montreal and get some thoughts from Whitecaps President Bob Lenarduzzi on how the club view the Voyageurs Cup. Plus a look at the weekend in the MLS West and we make Mike Petke's postgame rant on Saturday even more epic.

We've got two interviews for you this week. The first is with a Canadian Hall of Famer - a member of Canada's only ever World Cup squad from Mexico 1986, Dale Mitchell. We talk World Cup memories and his hopes for what the Canadian Premier League will do for the latest crop of talent as they build towards 2026, and maybe even 2022.

We also chat with TSS Rovers head coach Colin Elmes about his team's second season in the PDL and what he's learned from it to take into their third one next year.

All this, plus lots of World Cup talk, World Cup Wavelength continues this week with a song from 1998, and some Canadian Premier League chat.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.14: D.C. United v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
22.16: Coaches audio - Carl Robinson
24.22: More DC v 'Caps chat and where does the team go from here?
37.33: Canadian Championship preview and Bobby Lenarduzzi audio
45.18: MLS West week in review and epic Mike Petke audio
55.40: World Cup chat
69.36: World Cup Wavelength - Meat Pie, Sausage Roll
73.36: More World Cup chat
81.18: Dale Mitchell World Cup Memories
91.11: Colin Elmes interview and TSS Rovers chat
100.27: Canadian PL chat
105.42: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Just like a never ending game of snakes and ladders, Vancouver Whitecaps got themselves off a two match slippery slope, finding a rung to take their trajectory upwards again in a match between two teams that feel like they would struggle to find consistency in the dictionary.

Chicago Fire came to town and left on the end of 3-2 victory for Vancouver. We look back at the highs and lows of the match and the players' performances, hear from both head coaches, Chicago's Veljko Paunović and Vancouver's Carl Robinson, and chat about some of the latest Whitecaps news, from the continuing Davies to Europe rumours to the new U23 team the 'Caps are in the process of setting up.

We've got two interviews for you this week. The first is with Chicago's World Cup winner, German legend Bastian Schweinsteiger who talks to us about his move to MLS, Saturday's match and playing on turf, and his thoughts on Alphonso Davies.

Next up is Whitecaps goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic as we take a trip down World Cup memory lane armed with some Panini sticker albums. We find out the first tournament he can remember watching, how this year wasn't the first year he came heartbreakingly close to being at a World Cup, and look back at New Zealand's 1982 and 2010 World Cup squads.

All this, plus lots of World Cup chat and orld Cup Wavelength continues this week with Weezer.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.39: Vancouver Whitecaps v Chicago Fire match analysis
18.07: Coaches audio - Veljko Paunović and Carl Robinson
25.24: More Whitecaps v Fire chat
37.00: Bastian Schweinsteiger interview and discussion
46.26: MLS and Whitecaps news of the week
56.39: World Cup chat
77.27: Stefan Marinovic World Cup Panini Memories
87.00: World Cup 2026 chat
96.50: Wavelength - Weezer - Represent
101.45: BC Soccerweb headlines - inc Can PL chat

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Who's up for some Whitecaps action on the day of two World Cup quarter-finals? Well there's a World Cup winner coming to town as Bastian Schweinsteiger's Chicago Fire head to BC Place.

Gideon and Nick look ahead to the match. Can the Whitecaps bounce back after their disappointing defeat to Colorado? Will Yordy Reyna come straight back into the team? What threat do an inconsistent Chicago pose the 'Caps?

All that and more, plus a some World Cup chat thrown into the mix as well.

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Vancouver Whitecaps must be wishing that the World Cup "break" was still going on. I know we do!

Two defeats in two matches against two lowly teams has derailed all the good work done before the break and put the Whitecaps playoff hopes very much in trouble as they slip further behind in the points per game standings.

We look back at Vancouver's Canada Day defeat at home to Colorado Rapids. What went wrong? How much of it was on the 'Caps and how much was down to the play of the visitors? And where does the team go from here? We also hear from both head coaches, Colorado's Anthony Hudson and Vancouver's Carl Robinson, plus we speak with Tim Howard, who had a lot to say about Vancouver fans and MLS security after the game.

We also look back at what came out of the Whitecaps Town Hall meeting midweek and chat about a fantastic week of World Cup action and what lies ahead. Plus our exclusive chat with Kendall Waston upon his return from Russia after an eventful tournament with Costa Rica. Plus we take great joy at wallowing in Zach's German gloom and play one of the worst World Cup songs of all time, and that's saying something!

We also bring you a double dose of Wavelength this week featuring Bell and Sebastian and Halftime Oranges.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.21: Vancouver Whitecaps v Colorado Rapids match analysis
17.10: Coaches audio - Anthony Hudson and Carl Robinson
25.38: More Whitecaps v Rapids
33.06: Tim Howard postgame and security discussion
40.34: Whitecaps Town Hall meeting
61.38: World Cup chat - part one
74.23: Kendall Waston interview and Costa Rica discussion
82.09: World Cup chat - part two
87.12: Wavelength - Belle and Sebastian - I Don't Want To Play Football
89.37: World Cup chat - part three
110.28: Wavelength - Halftime Oranges - Battiston
114.53: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Let's be honest, is anyone really all that excited about watching MLS matches when the World Cup is on? It was bad enough last week when Vancouver Whitecaps put in one of their worst performances of the season as they lost in Philadelphia. Now they have one of the worst teams in MLS this year coming to BC Place on Canada Day.

Joe and Gideon look ahead to the match, discussing such things as what threat Colorado pose Vancouver, whether the Rapids have turned things around after last week's win, and what changes we might see to put some spark back into the Whitecaps.

All that and more, plus a healthy dose of World Cup chat thrown into the mix as well.

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Variety is the spice of life. Or say they say. Hopefully it is as we have a variety of subjects to cover in the latest episode of the AFTN Soccer Show.

We kick things off in MLS by looking at the disaster that was Vancouver Whitecaps trip to Philadelphia. What went wrong? Were there any positives to take from such a result? Was this just a bad day at the office or something more troubling? All that is covered and more, plus we hear from both head coaches, Philadelphia's Jim Curtin and Vancouver's Carl Robinson

Our feature interview this week is an in-depth chat with one of the owners of the new Victoria Canadian Premier League team, Rob Friend. We chat with Rob about all things CPL in BC, including the latest on what's happening with a team in the Fraser Valley and when we can expect to see a launch for the team in Victoria.

We also bring you some World Cup chat as we look back at what's been an exciting week of shocks and big talking points, and friends of the show, Goldie Lookin' Chain are back in our Wavelength section with the official Wales 2018 World Cup anthem!

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.41: Philadelphia Union v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
18.20: Coaches audio - Jim Curtin and Carl Robinson
22.12: More Whitecaps chat
29.12: World Cup chat
55.48: Rob Friend interview and discussion
101.54: Wavelength - Goldie Lookin' Chain - Wales 2018 World Cup Anthem
107.18: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Vancouver Whitecaps are back from their World Cup break (aka a regular bye week). Maybe you're needing your own World Cup break after the feast of football these past eight days. Either way, we're back with our latest preview show setting up the 'Caps trip to Philadelphia on Saturday.

Joe, Nick, and Gideon look ahead to what may lie in store during the match. Will the Whitecaps change a winning formula and line up? What kind of threat do the Union pose? Can Vancouver get their points per game above the playoff line?

All this and more are covered, plus a special World Cup themed Do You Know Who I Am? and our prediction game in our latest episode. Have a listen!

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With the Whitecaps off on a bye week, the AFTN crew are gripped by World Cup fever this week, as we look at the current tournament in Russia and celebrate the future one coming to North America in 2026.

We kick things off with big news of the week for Canadian fans and that is the successful bid to bring the 2026 World Cup to North American shores. Not Vancouver, but we can still rejoice right?

Plus we talk World Cup memories and hopes, and look through some old Panini sticker albums, with Kendall Waston (Costa Rica), Efrain Juarez (Mexico), Aly Ghazal (Egypt), and Anibal Godoy and Harold Cummings (Panama). Plus we can't leave Scotland out, so their 1982 World Cup squad sing their hearts out in this week's Wavelength section.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

02.46: The World Cup is coming to North America in 2026!
24.43: Group A chat
35.08: Aly Ghazal talks World Cup memories, hopes, and Panini sticker albums
40.40: Group B chat
45.51: Group C chat
51.34: Group D chat
57.54: Group E chat
60.57: Kendall Waston talks World Cup memories, hopes, and Panini sticker albums
71.24: Wavelength - Scotland 1982 World Cup Squad - We Have A Dream
77.20: Group F chat
83.50: Efrain Juarez talks World Cup memories, hopes, and Panini sticker albums
98.36: Panama's Anibal Godoy and Harold Cummings interviews and Group G chat
105.58: Final World Cup thoughts from the first four days - best goals and games so far
108.14: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Vancouver Whitecaps head into their bye week (call it what it is) unbeaten in six and starting to find some attacking form. The defence is still looking a bit dodgy and they still struggle at times when they have a man advantage, but there's a lot more optimistic feel around the place than it was perhaps a month ago.

We look back at the 'Caps five star win over Orlando on Saturday - the highs, the lows, and how some of the players are shaping up at this near midway point of the season. We also hear postgame comments from both coaches, Orlando's Jason Kreis and Vancouver's Carl Robinson.

We have three interviews for you this week. First up, the 'Caps Kiwi keeper Stefan Marinovic talks about his injury, rehab, and when he expects to be back in the starting line-up. Then we catch up with Vancouver's latest homegrown signing, Simon Colyn, as we talk about his first professional contract, the Canadian championship, and more.

We also have more Canadian Premier League chat for you this week as we look at the addition of teams in Winnipeg and Edmonton, and we chat with former Whitecap Marco Carducci about his hopes for the league and playing for his hometown club in Calgary.

All this plus a review of what happened in the MLS Western conference this week, Wavelength, BC Soccerweb headlines, and more.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

04.41: Vancouver v Orlando match analysis
23.50: Jason Kreis and Carl Robinson audio
32.33: Whitecaps player chat
47.29: Stefan Marinovic interview
54.06: MLS West Week in Review
63.32: Simon Colyn interview and Canadian Championship and Residency chat
79.51: Canadian Premier League news of the week
88.32: Marco Carducci interview
97.19: Wavelength - Wembley '73 - Brazil v Slough Town '66
102.21: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Sunday's AFTN Soccer Show on CiTR radio was so packed, we've had to release it over two parts. This second episode of the three hour show focuses on the Canadian Premier League and the PDL.

We kick things off with some PDL chat, looking at TSS Rovers great start to the season that's seen them go unbeaten in their last five matches to sit joint top of the standings. We chat with coach Will Cromack after a six point weekend that saw them lift their first piece of silverware.

After that we turn our attention to the Canadian Premier League. It's been a good and a bad week for fans hoping to see teams here in BC. Victoria look set to be in for 2019, but that's the expense of the Fraser Valley bid. We look at what we know about both potential teams journey so far and what lies ahead for both clubs and also the Victoria Highlanders.

But one team that definitely will be there for the start of the CPL in 2019 is Calgary's Cavalry FC. We chat about the ins and outs of the team, and hopes for the league, with current Foothills FC head coach, and soon to be Cavalry FC head coach and GM, Tommy Wheeldon Jr.

All that plus Black Grape feature in this week's Wavelength section, and BC Soccerweb headlines looks at some stories from around the world of football.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

02.20: Will Cromack interview and TSS Rovers chat
12.16: Canadian Premier League in BC discussion
31.35: Tommy Wheeldon Jr interview and Cavalry FC chat
55.08: Wavelength - Black Grape - England's Irie
61.34: BC Soccerweb headlines

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Sunday's AFTN Soccer Show on CiTR radio was so packed, we're having to release it over two parts! Part one of the three hour show is today and focuses on MLS - present and future.

We look back at Vancouver Whitecaps' 2-1 win over Colorado Rapids on Friday night, analysing the performance, which players stood out, and some of the other talking points coming out of the game. We also hear from both head coaches, the Rapids' Anthony Hudson and the Whitecaps' Carl Robinson.

We take a look at how the action played out in the MLS Western Conference this week, and how it affected the Whitecaps, plus chat about the big league news of the week - the addition of FC Cincinnati in 2019.

We round off the show with an in-depth chat with Cincy head coach, and friend of the show, Alan Koch about the expansion, his busy to do list, how he'll go about balancing building his squad with trying to win a USL championship for the rest of the year, and lots more.

Part two of Sunday's show will be out as a podcast on Wednesday morning where we'll talk Canadian Premier League in BC and Alberta, the PDL, bring you interviews with Will Cromack and Tommy Wheeldon Jr, and more. Check back in two days for that.

Here's the full episode rundown of the main segments from the show:

03.40: Vancouver v New England match analysis
16.29: Anthony Hudson and Carl Robinson audio
21.30: Whitecaps chat - changing narratives, defensive play, midfield game management, player analysis
44.20: MLS West Week in Review and NBC's manager rankings
54.26: Alan Koch interview and FC Cincinnati chat

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Vancouver Whitecaps are only two more draws away from equaling the MLS record of six straight games sharing the points. Three more and they set a new record. Come on boys, you can do it. Let's go out there and make some history!

There's every chance they'll inch closer to it on Friday when they travel to the Rocky Mountain state, not for chocolate covered cravings but to take on Colorado Rapids in MLS action.

The Rapids are bad this year. If the Whitecaps can't beat them, do they deserve to even make it to the playoffs? Joe, Nick, and Gideon ponder that question, plus look at the dangers Colorado pose to the Vancouver defence, and the dangers Tim Howard poses to his own one.

Who will win the golden ticket in this week's Whitecaps rotation lottery? Has Kei Kamara put his misses behind him or will we see him drop to the bench this week? And who steps up to fill Kendall Waston's huge shoes in the centre of the 'Caps defence?

All this plus Do You Know Who I Am? and our prediction game in our latest episode. Have a listen!

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