Episode 111 – The AFTN Podcast – “There’s Still Time” (The Nelson Episode featuring Seattle postgame, Kasey Keller and Jimmy Nielsen)

Episode 111 – The AFTN Podcast – “There’s Still Time” (The Nelson Episode featuring Seattle postgame, Kasey Keller and Jimmy Nielsen)

A winless weekend for the Whitecaps, but fear not, the AFTN podcast is here to try and take your mind off things. Although talking about the things probably doesn’t quite do that. Hmmm.

We’re joined by guest Harjeet Johal for most of this episode, to look over the loss to Seattle Sounders and look ahead to this Wednesday Canadian Championship semi-final second leg at FC Edmonton.

What went wrong and can Robbo turn things around quickly? How strong a team will take the pitch at Clarke Field? Was the ‘Caps early season success a true indication of the team or inflated?

We hear from both head coaches, Vancouver’s Carl Robinson and Seattle’s Sigi Schmid, along with audio from the victorious Sounders locker room as we chat with goalscorer Chad Barrett and the central defensive pairing of Brad Evans and Chad Marshall.

And we have a couple of MLS veteran goalkeeping guests on this episode as well. First up, former Sounders keeper and current colour guy Kasey Keller talks a little bit about the weekend’s match and then former Sporting KC keeper Jimmy Nielsen talks to us about getting in to coaching in Oklahoma and shares his thoughts on his fellow Dane, David Ousted.

And there’s still time to look at WFC2’s 2-2 draw with OKC Energy in USL action and chat with coach Alan Koch.

Have a listen!

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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