Episode 207 – The AFTN Soccer Show (New York City Is A Graveyard with guest Carl Valentine)

Episode 207 – The AFTN Soccer Show (New York City Is A Graveyard with guest Carl Valentine)

Vancouver Whitecaps shocked the world, well us and a lot of others here, by fighting back to beat a star-studded, and unbeaten in five, New York City FC side at BC Place on Wednesday night.

We look back at the highs and lows from the game, some individual performances, hear from coaches Carl Robinson and Patrick Viera, and Fredy Montero talks about Herrera’s flop.

We also take a quick look at the state of both conferences as we move past the halfway point of the regular season, and chat with NYCFC’s Jack Harrison and Ben Sweat.

Vancouver Whitecaps U16s saw off Seattle Sounders in a Cascadian derby USSDA quarter-final match up to claim a place in next week’s Final Four in LA. We chat with assistant coach, and Whitecaps legend, Carl Valentine about the win he oversaw.

All this plus, anyone fancy a chocolate digestive?

Here’s the full episode rundown:

01.45: Vancouver v NYC match analysis
20.29: Carl Robinson and Patrick Viera audio
25.06: Officiating, flopping, and Fredy Montero audio
29.36: Formation going forward
32.49: The state of the ‘Caps and MLS going into Gold Cup break
39.32: Jack Harrison chat
41.26: Ben Sweat chat
44.00: Anyone fancy a chocolate digestive – with Carl Robinson
45.11: Whitecaps U16 chat with Carl Valentine

The AFTN Soccer Show is brought to you in partnership with BCsoccerweb.com, your one stop site for all your BC, Canadian, and North American soccer news and links.

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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