Episode 233 – The AFTN Soccer Show (Everything Will Be A-OKK with Kei Kamara)

Episode 233 – The AFTN Soccer Show (Everything Will Be A-OKK with Kei Kamara)

The 2017 MLS season is now finally officially over, but the offseason has been in very much full swings for several weeks now.

And it’s been another busy few days in Whitecapsland. A lot of player movement, potential movement, and news stories to cover from both a Vancouver and MLS standpoint and we’ll look at a lot of them in this episode.

In fact there’s so much to cover that we’re splitting Sunday’s AFTN Soccer Show from the radio into two podcasts this week, so that we can bring you a bonus addition of the first chat with new signing Kei Kamara in this episode.

We’ll also look at the players protected by the Whitecaps ahead of this week’s expansion draft, further signing rumours, the latest with Yordy Reyna, the new TAM allocation in MLS, and The Oppressed feature in this week’s Wavelength feature.

That song and other elements of this episode contain strong language so the usual advisory warning is in effect and it’s NSFW.

Here’s the full episode rundown:

02.58: Kei Kamara joins the ‘Caps
10.44: Kei Kamara chats to AFTN and other Vancouver media
26.33: Other Whitecaps news of the week – transfer rumours, expansion draft protection list, Yordy Reyna, Russell Teibert, USL
51.12: MLS News of the Week – MLS Cup, available players of interest, new TAM allocation
64.41: Wavelength – The Oppressed

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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