AFTN Soccer Show (Vancouver Whitecaps/MLS)

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

A second win to talk about in three games! The football gods are truly shining down on us now after all the doom and gloom we've had to bring you this year.

We look back at Vancouver Whitecaps' win over D.C. United and hear postgame from 'Caps coach Marc Dos Santos and D.C.'s Wayne Rooney. Plus we chat one-on-one with D.C.'s latest addition, Ola Kamara about his return to MLS and his time in China.

Our feature interview this week is with Whitecaps goalkeeper and team union rep Zac MacMath, as we talk about the upcoming CBA negotiations, some of the key talking points that will come up in it, and of course, charter flights and player travel.

Plus we delve into this week's announced changes in the Whitecaps Front Office, Gideon chats with Brett Levis about the Whitecaps season and the potential of the CPL coming to Saskatchewan, and there's the latest Wavelength and BC Soccerweb headlines.

This show has strong language throughout and humour that may offend. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.02: Vancouver Whitecaps v DC United match analysis
21.16: Wayne Rooney postgame scrum
27.49: Ola Kamara interview
36.09: Whitecaps Front Office changes discussion
60.52: Zac MacMath interview and MLSPA CBA discussion
82.10: Whitecaps Road to the 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl
92.17: Brett Levis interview
100.03: Wavelength - KingJad - A Dedicated Follower Of Rangers
103.00: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

We knew it wouldn't last. Vancouver Whitecaps unbeaten run is over! It was only two games, but boy, what a couple of matches!

A Cascadia Cup loss to Portland means another trophy deserts the 'Caps this season. We look at the match and what has been a busy week of comings, goings, and rumours in Whitecapsland.

We sit down for a chat with 'Caps coach Marc Dos Santos to talk about squad building, mistakes made, recruitment practices, and just how a club like Vancouver can compete with the big spenders of MLS.

It's been a week with a lot of news in MLS too. We delve into the weekend's matches, look at Wayne Rooney's imminent departure, how LA Galaxy seem to have manipulated MLS roster rules in their favour yet again, and we hear from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as he slates MLS refs and the playoff system.

All this plus we look at the week's Canadian Championship action, discuss the current set up of football on TV here, and there's Wavelength, BC Soccerweb headlines, and fun food segments with David Edgar and Felipe Martins.

This show has strong language throughout and humour that may offend. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

04.09: Portland Timbers v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
18.00: Whitecaps news of the week - Jackson-Hamel "lies", Chirinos and Ricketts arrive, Felipe departs
39.14: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive? - Felipe Martins
43.57: Marc Dos Santos interview and squad discussion
66.06: MLS News of the Week - Zlatan slates MLS refs and playoffs, Shrek goes back to the swamp, Galaxy squad manipulations, weekend matches
93.20: Fish and Chips with David Edgar
98.55: Canadian football chat including TV coverage
111.13: Wavelength - Vanilla Muffins - Chelsea, West Ham
116.58: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

They've only been and gone and done it. Vancouver Whitecaps won a match! Okay, so it wasn't pretty and it was against a shambles of a team, but a win is a win is a win and right now any small victories they can get should be grabbed with both hands.

We look at the main talking points coming out of the victory over FC Cincinnati and the big news in Whitecapsland and throughout MLS this week. From transfers to games to suspensions and failed drug tests, there's been a lot to chat about.

Keeping with Canadian club football, we chat with Cavalry FC head coach Tommy Wheeldon about their league season so far, what's made them the class of the CPL, and the need to keep it going to the championship game. Plus we look at what the future of club football in BC may look like.

We also delve into the world of football board games as we chat with Marty Neill, one of the men behind the reboot of the classic board/computer game hybrid Football Fortunes, and we reveal our plans for AFTN's new video channel.

All this plus Wavelength, BC Soccerweb headlines, and fun food segments with Max Crepeau, Felipe Martins, and Scott Sutter.

This show has strong language throughout and humour that may offend. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

04.13: FC Cincinnati v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
22.18: What's For Lunch Felipe Martins?
27.18: Whitecaps news of the week - Crepeau extends, Venuto departs, new faces imminent
44.27: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive? - Max Crepeau
48.58: MLS News of the Week - the weekend's matches, Torres drug ban, Petke suspension
73.16: Tommy Wheeldon interview and CPL discussion
87.56: The future of club football in British Columbia
97.29: 1979 Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
106.39: Marty Neill interview and football board game discussion
128.32: Take Me Out Scott Sutter
134.46: Wavelength - Grant McIntosh - Come On Livingston
138.14: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

It's been a tough week for Vancouver Whitecaps, but at least not a pointless one. We look back at the Canadian Championship loss to Cavalry and the hard-fought goalless MLS draw in Minnesota, chat about the clear problems present, the messages sent, and what this Whitecaps team are going to look like for the rest of the season.

We have an in-depth chat with 'Caps head coach Marc Dos Santos about his future plans for turning the team around, from this transfer window to what promises to be an intense offseason ahead.

We also chat with Whitecaps striker Theo Bair about breaking into the first team and heading off the MLS Homegrown game, and talk to two Cavalry FC members with Whitecaps connections - Martin Nash and Marco Carducci. Plus we look at the week's action around MLS and Vanilla Muffins return in Wavelength.

Despite the doom and gloom surrounding the 'Caps we have another fun filled show for you. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

04.29: Vancouver Whitecaps v Cavalry FC - where did it all go wrong?
18.02: Martin Nash interview and Cavalry discussion
26.40: Marco Carducci interview
34.06: More Whitecaps chat - the Minnesota match, the problems abounding, the messages sent, and what lies ahead this season
57.09: Marc Dos Santos interview and planning the Whitecaps' future
93.18: Reasons To Be Cheerful
99.05: MLS chat
110.45: Theo Bair interview and discussion
118.11: Wavelength - Vanilla Muffins - The Drug Is Football
122..21: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

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Are you hanging tough? Vancouver Whitecaps are certainly in it tough and when the going gets touch the AFTN Soccer Show gets better, and longer, and we're back this week with an absolutely jam packed two and a half hour affair!

There's no doubting Marc Dos Santos has his work cut out to get this Whitecaps team up to a serious playoff contender and Saturday's latest loss to San Jose showed the gap between themselves and teams they should be beating, especially at home. We pick over the bones of the game, hear from both head coaches, and ponder where the 'Caps go from here.

We also look ahead to the Cavalry FC game in the Canadian Championship on Wednesday and hear from MDS on his thoughts after the first leg. AFTN's Calgary correspondent Scott Strasser joins us to chat about the Cavs season and what he expects from them in this second leg.

Plus we chat with MLS record goalscorer Chris Wondolowski, the Quakes' former Whitecap Shea Salinas, and hear from Zlatan after the LA derby. There's also lots of MLS chat and Ivor Cutler makes his first appearance in Wavelength.

Despite the doom and gloom surrounding the 'Caps we have another fun filled show for you. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.41: Vancouver Whitecaps v San Jose Earthquakes match analysis
18.54: Coaches audio
25.24: More Whitecaps chat about current woes and fan reaction
48.05: Whitecaps 2019 v 2011 chat
52.17: Shea Salinas interview
57.01: What's next for MDS and the 'Caps?
65.43: Whitecaps 1979 Soccer Bowl season
70.25: LA derby chat and Zlatan Ibrahimovic audio
82.26: MLS chat and Chris Wondolowski interview
93.26: Cavalry FC Canadian Championship preview - with Marc Dos Santos audio
106.12: Scott Strasser interview and Cavalry FC and CPL discussion
131.42: Wavelength - Ivor Cutler - Pass The Ball Jim
135.20: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

Vancouver Whitecaps are in a mess. Or are a mess. Or maybe both. Forget Friday the 13th, Saturday the 13th was a day to avoid for them, with no luck to be found at BC Place.

We pick over the bones of the 'Caps' third straight loss in a row, a 3-0 home defeat to Sporting Kansas City. We look at where the Whitecaps go from here, the defensive deficiencies, and the lack of attack, plus hear Marc Dos Santos' thoughts on it all ahead of two tough games this week.

We also hear SKC head coach Peter Vermes' thoughts on the match and the Whitecaps, look around the happenings in MLS, and get a chat with the man, KC's Scottish forward Johnny Russell about life in the league, whether Sporting can launch a late push for the playoffs, and his thoughts on the new Scotland boss Steve Clarke.

Plus we delve into the farcical new rules for CONCACAF 2022 World Cup qualifying and Helen Love is back in this week's Wavelength.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

05.23: Vancouver Whitecaps v Sporting KC analysis - with Marc Dos Santos audio
29.36: Doneil Henry audio and Whitecaps defence chat
40.45: Peter Vermes audio
47.04: What now for the Whitecaps?
63.16: MLS chat
65.39: Johnny Russell interview and discussion
76.38: More MLS chat and ESPN MLS players survey
84.44: Whitecaps 1979 Soccer Bowl season
89.20: CONCACAF World Cup 2022 qualifying chat
102.28: Wavelength - Helen Love - There's A Boy From Wales Called Gareth Bale
107.08: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

The AFTN Soccer Show is back for another helping, but it would have been nice to come back with some more upbeat news to talk about.

In the latest episode Steve, Zach, and Gideon chat about Vancouver Whitecaps’ dismantling by LAFC and the other news from Whitecapsland in the past week, plus they look ahead, with a mixture of excitement and trepidation at the midweek trip to CPL standouts Cavalry FC in the Canadian Championship.

It’s a banana skin waiting to happen and we catch up with the man that hopes to keep the ‘Caps at bay, former Whitecap Marco Carducci.

All this plus lots of Canadian men’s and women’s national team, MLS, and Gold Cup chat. Plus Wavelength returns with a song from 1998.

Vancouver Whitecaps were back at it on Saturday night. We look back at the 2-2 draw with Colorado Rapids and hear from 'Caps coach Marc Dos Santos. It was another two points dropped at home though. Can the 'Caps make those up on the road and what will the second half of the MLS season hold in store for them? We look at all that and a lot more.

Plus we look at Canada's progress on the international stage with a look at the action in the Gold Cup and Women's World Cup, and hear from both national team head coaches.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

02.20: Vancouver Whitecaps v Colorado Rapids analysis
34.56: Vancouver Whitecaps - the road ahead
55.05: Canada Women's World Cup and VAR chat
70.00: Canada Gold Cup chat featuring John Herdman audio
85.01: Wavelength - Teen Anthems - Swansea City
88.50: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

The break is over, Vancouver Whitecaps are back at it, and so are the AFTN preview podcast crew.

Joe and Gideon are back with AFTN's latest preview podcast as they look ahead to the 'Caps match at home to Colorado Rapids on Saturday. The Rapids have come storming back of late after a dreadful start to the season and a win this weekend would see them move level on points with the Whitecaps.

Can the 'Caps stop the Rapids resurgence? Do they have enough depth to handle the four key players away on international duty with Canada? And can they get not make life difficult for themselves at the end of matches by finally putting a game to bed?

All this and more are discussed, so have a listen!

The boys are back in town, just as some Vancouver Whitecaps are out of town. It's the Gold Cup break and the 'Caps have three weeks off. We recharged our batteries last weekend but are back to look at how the Whitecaps stand at this halfway(ish) point of the MLS season.

What's been the highlights, the lowlights, and the major positives and concerns up to this point? With the 'Caps missing four key defensive pieces to Gold Cup duty with Canada, how will the team cope in some crucial games coming up at the end of the month? That's just one of the things we ask 'Caps coach Marc Dos Santos and Vancouver midfielder Andy Rose as we sit down for a couple of interviews with them.

Plus there's lots of Gold Cup and Women's World Cup chat, and we bring you audio for Canadian men's national team head coach John Herdman and bring you a pair of interviews with two of the 'Caps Canadians, Max Crepeau and Russell Teibert.

We also continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, and our Wavelength section this week pays tribute to Leyton's Orient's boss Justin Edinburgh. who sadly passed away this weekend.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

01.53: Vancouver Whitecaps half(ish) season review
30.59: Gold Cup chat
39.33: John Herdman audio
48.43: Max Crepeau interview and Canada defensive chat
58.15: Russell Teibert interview
66.20: Women's World Cup chat
80.21: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
88.31: Marc Dos Santos interview
97.22: Andy Rose interview
109.11: Wavelength - Funky Lol Ross - It's Orient's Time
113.18: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

Another busy week for Vancouver Whitecaps is in the history books. Lots of travel, lots of goals, and a four point haul from two matches was the end result and we look back at it all in this week's show.

We delve into the good, the bad, and the ugly from the draw at New York Red Bulls and the home win against FC Dallas. Some good results but there's still a lot of concerns around the team's passing, creativity, and the amount of shots they're giving up, not to mention the mounting injuries as TFC head to town on Friday.

We round-up what's been a busy week around MLS, look at one of the big talking points around the league this season - travel and charter flights - and bring you some thoughts on that from Philadelphia Union's Alejandro Bedoya.

We also chat with Dallas' Nanaimo born draft pick Callum Montgomery about the difficulties of integrating young players into the current 'Caps team, talk CPL and USL League 2, continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, and Ed Banger is in our Wavelength section.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

02.53: Vancouver Whitecaps v NYRB and Dallas match analysis and a look as some 'Caps concerns
39.28: A quick look ahead to TFC and the upcoming problems caused by the Gold Cup
51.14: MLS Week in Review including charters chat with Alejandro Bedoya
70.25: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
75.19: CPL and USL league 2 round-up
83.32: Callum Montgomery interview
88.42: Wavelength - Ed Banger - Kinell Tommy
94.55: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

From back to back to back to the earth with a bump. That's the difference a week in MLS makes.

Vancouver Whitecaps' busy month continued, with a loss at home to Atlanta United and a hard fought draw in Kansas City. We look back at some of the good, the bad, and the ugly moments from those matches, and look ahead to the midweek trip to face New York Red Bulls before returning home to face Dallas.

We round-up what's been an even busier week around MLS and bring you some audio from the new all-time leading scorer in the league, a very happy and humble Chris Wondolowski.

We also chat with Marc Dos Santos about the difficulties of integrating young players into the current 'Caps team, talk CPL and USL League 2, continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, and I, Ludicrous are back in our Wavelength section.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.46: Vancouver Whitecaps v Atlanta and Kansas City match analysis
30.17: Marc Dos Santos talks integrating young players
35.44: A quick look ahead to NYRB and Dallas games
47.35: MLS Week in Review including audio from record breaker Chris Wondolowski
65.30: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
69.05: CPL and USL league 2 round-up
85.54: Wavelength - I, Ludicrous - The Highland League
92.25: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

Back to back wins certainly puts a spring in our step. As does the veritable feast of football that we had around this world this past week. And we talk about a lot of it in this week's show.

We kick things off with an analysis of Vancouver Whitecaps' 1-0 win over Portland Timbers in MLS action on Friday night. A great defensive display that saw the 'Caps, temporarily at least, move into the playoff places, but most certainly now in the mix. We look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from the match, the supporters walkout, and the concerns the team still give us.

Our feature interview this week is with Whitecaps defender Ali Adnan, as we sit down with the Iraqi international to talk about his footballing life so far, from playing football as a little boy in Iraq to his footballing family, the moves to Turkey and Italy, and now to MLS.

We also chat with Marc Dos Santos about technology in the modern game and MLS managers complaining, to Will Cromack about the new TSS Rovers season, continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, and more!

It's the second Cascadia derby of the season for Vancouver Whitecaps on Friday as the great unwashed hordes from Portland descend on BC Place. Can the 'Caps cut the Timbers down to size or will this be another poor derby outing at home?

Joe, Nick, and Peter are back with AFTN's latest preview podcast as they look ahead to the match. Both teams head into the game on the back of wins, with Portland starting to find their groove with three victories now on the bounce. Can the 'Caps stop their deadly attack and take advantage of their leaky defence? Will MDS go for an unchanged line-up or make some tweaks? And is Fredy Montero now about to go on one of his goalscoring streaks?

All this and more are discussed, so have a listen!

Just as a PSA, the sound for the initial couple of minutes of this episode is a little off with the levels but that's quickly rectified.

Another busy week is in the book and it was a rare winning one for Vancouver Whitecaps. At least on the pitch.

Thankfully the 'Caps didn't have to send out any Mayday cries for help from Colorado, although they were made to work hard in their 2-1 win over the Rapids. We look back at that match, the main talking points coming out of it for the team and individual players, and have a quick look ahead to Portland coming to town on Friday night.

We also catch up with Whitecaps right back Scott Sutter who took in Pacific FC's first ever match last weekend. We get his thoughts on the CPL, his friendships with Pacific head coach Michael Silberbauer and co-owner Josh Simpson, and chat about his own coaching plans and how it's making him look at games a little bit differently.

We also look at the continuing scandals surround the Whitecaps off the pitch, plus we continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, look at the annoyance that was VAR in MLS this week, and Football Violence Awareness Month wraps up with The Men They Couldn't Hang in our latest Wavelength section.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

02.39: Colorado Rapids v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
27.37: A quick look ahead to Portland's visit
36.00: Scott Sutter interview
41.27: Canadian Premier League chat
57.41: The Whitecaps women's team abuse allegations
82.24: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
86.53: MLS Week in Review - aka the weekend of VAR
105.45: Wavelength - The Men They Couldn't Hang - Rosettes
110.21: BC Soccerweb headlines - news stories from around the world of football

The basement bowl is coming to a stadium near you. Well near you if you live in say Denver. It's another helping of Friday night lights this week as Vancouver Whitecaps head to the altitude of Colorado to face the Rapids.

Joe, Nick, Gideon,and Peter are back with AFTN's latest preview podcast as they look ahead to the match. Can either team find some form and get out of their slump? Who will pick up the attacking play for the Whitecaps with Yordy Reyna missing for at least a month with a hamstring injury? Will Kei Kamara have a fired up field day against his former team to send a message?

This was recorded before the sacking of Colorado's Anthony Hudson, but all of the above and more are discussed in their look ahead to the match.

The guys also have a look back at their experience in Victoria on Sunday when they attended Pacific FC's inaugural match and tell the story about how they saved Canadian soccer!

And it amongst all the chat, Do You Know Who I Am? returns, with a double helping, and which band would you associate with each of our podcast team? Have a listen and find out!

What a weekend. What a week. It's had us away with the ferries, and that's where this rather different, and shorter than usual, episode of the AFTN Soccer Show has been recorded as we take to the high seas to travel to Victoria.

The Canadian Premier League kicked off its inaugural season this weekend and we headed over to Pacific FC's first ever match, a 1-0 win over HFX Wanderers. We hear from both head coaches and catch up with CPL commissioner David Clanachan to chat about the opening weekend, the growth of the league so far, Pacific's opening game, the One Soccer deal, and a lot more.

Turning our attention to MLS, we also break down another disappointing home draw for Vancouver Whitecaps against Philadelphia Union on Saturday afternoon.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

02.31: Pacific FC and the CPL kicks off
08.28: Michael Silberbauer postgame audio and more chat
22.18: Stephen Hart postgame audio
27.37: A chat with CPL commissioner David Clanachan
44.47: Vancouver Whitecaps v Philadelphia Union match analysis

Happy Easter everyone. It wasn't quite the eggcellent Easter week that Vancouver Whitecaps yearned for. A win and a defeat is okay on paper, but how did it leave you feeling as it played out in front of your eyes?

We look back at the 'Caps win over LAFC and the loss in Orlando. Where did it all go right and wrong, and where does the team need to go from here? We chat a little with Marc Dos Santos to get his thoughts on that and how the team is shaping up eight games into his tenure.

We have a couple of feature interviews for you this week, both with a defensive slant, and featuring a current and an ex Whitecap. We sit down with goalkeeper Max Crepeau about his early days playing football as a kid in Quebec and the recent 'Caps matches.

Then we catch up with an old friend, LAFC right back Steven Beitashour to chat about not being valued as a defender in MLS, his career high, his new podcasting venture with Jordan Harvey, and more.

Plus we continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, look at the weeken'ds action in the MLS West, hear some gold from LAFC head coach Bob Bradley on the BC Place turf, and go a little French for this week's Football Violence Awareness Month Wavelength.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.04: Vancouver Whitecaps v LAFC and Orlando analysis
30.53: What's going wrong with the 'Caps with Marc Dos Santos audio
65.06: Max Crepeau interview and defensive discussion
79.25: Steven Beitashour interview
91.29: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
94.50: MLS West Week in Review
110.32: Wavelength - Bolchoi - Hooligan
116.23: The Whitecaps women's team abuse allegations

Apr 15th, 2019 by aftn at 2:06 am

VAR has certainly given us a lot to talk about on the show this year, but at some stage we just want it to stop.

As Vancouver Whitecaps lost more points after a video review, we look back at the draw in Chicago on Friday night and the good, the bad, and the ugly things to come out of the game. We hear from both head coaches and look at what, if anything, the 'Caps can do to quickly turn their fortunes around.

It won't be easy with two tough games coming up this week, with LAFC coming to Vancouver on Wednesday and then a long trip to Orlando on Saturday. We look ahead to both of those matches and review the weekend's action in the MLS West.

Plus we imagine MLS teams as Game of Thrones house, continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, find out if Jon Erice fancies a chocolate digestive, bring back an old segment with new Whitecap Scott Sutter and The Young Boys are here for this week's Football Violence Awareness Month Wavelength.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.02: Chicago Fire v Vancouver Whitecaps
35.42: Coaches audio - Veljko Paunovic and Marc Dos Santos
42.15: What will turn the Whitecaps fortunes around
51.46: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive - Jon Erice
55.04: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
61.04: LAFC preview
77.30: MLS reimagined as Game of Thrones
84.20: MLS West Week in Review
98.24: What's Your Favourite Jam? - Scott Sutter
101.32: Wavelength - The Young Boys - Football Violence
104.28: BC Soccerweb Headlines - football news from around the world including the continuing Whitecaps women's team abuse scandal

It was all looking fairly good at half time, penalty horrorshow aside. It was looking like the Lion Ibrahimovic was sleeping tonight, with Doneil Henry as the Lion tamer. Then it all went horribly long, Vancouver Whitecaps looked a disorganised and dysfunctional mess, and another loss was handed out following another blank at home.

We look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly from the loss to LA, hear from both head coaches, chat with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and ponder where the 'Caps go from here.

Plus we look at the weekend's action in the MLS West, talk CPL jerseys and football clichés, continue our 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations, find out if Scott Sutter fancies a chocolate digestive, and The Business are back again in this week's Wavelength.

Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

03.21: Vancouver Whitecaps v LA Galaxy analysis
29.45: Coaches audio - Marc Dos Santos and Guillermo Barros Schelotto
36.39: More Whitecaps v Sounders chat
44.35: Zlatan Ibrahimovic audio and discussion
58.31: 1979 NASL Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
64.13: Football clichés
73.15: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive - Scott Sutter
78.20: MLS West Week in Review
89.23: Canadian Premier League jersey launch
102.36: Wavelength - The Business - Hardcore Hooligan [Explicit Lyrics]
106.29: BC Soccerweb Headlines - football news from around the world including the continuing Whitecaps women's team abuse scandal