Episode 289 – The AFTN Soccer Show (No Room For Error)

Episode 289 – The AFTN Soccer Show (No Room For Error)

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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Authored by: Michael McColl

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