What a week that was to be a Vancouver Whitecaps player or supporter. Well, technically it was eight days, but who’s counting.
Three MLS matches played. Three victories. A nine point haul that shot them up the standings. All fantastic stuff, but it would have been nice if they didn’t make it so nerve wracking for those watching!
A come from behind victory against Portland was followed by a last ditch win against Chicago and finished off with a rollercoaster of emotions of a match away to Toronto. We look back at the last two matches and ahead to this weekend’s latest Cascadia Cup encounter with the Timbers.
What stood out, both good and bad, in the wins? hat transformation has taken place with Erik Hurtado? How good was Kekuta Manneh and where’s that consistency week in, week out? We also look at Masato Kudo’s horror injury and hear from Chicago Fire player Razvan Cocis about what it was like on the pitch when it happened and his own important reaction.
All this and a lot more, including some WFC2 chat ‘Caps head coach Carl Robinson talks about the form of striker Kyle Greig and the opportunity the upcoming Canadian Championship and Champions League matches will afford these players.
There’s a lot of chat to be had, so have a listen!
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