Episode 352 –  The AFTN Soccer Show (Can We Play You Every Week? – Whitecaps win in Cincy, Tommy Wheeldon, Football Fortunes, MLS and Canadian club football chat) [NSFW – Strong language and mature subject matter]

Episode 352 – The AFTN Soccer Show (Can We Play You Every Week? – Whitecaps win in Cincy, Tommy Wheeldon, Football Fortunes, MLS and Canadian club football chat) [NSFW – Strong language and mature subject matter]

They’ve only been and gone and done it. Vancouver Whitecaps won a match! Okay, so it wasn’t pretty and it was against a shambles of a team, but a win is a win is a win and right now any small victories they can get should be grabbed with both hands.

We look at the main talking points coming out of the victory over FC Cincinnati and the big news in Whitecapsland and throughout MLS this week. From transfers to games to suspensions and failed drug tests, there’s been a lot to chat about.

Keeping with Canadian club football, we chat with Cavalry FC head coach Tommy Wheeldon about their league season so far, what’s made them the class of the CPL, and the need to keep it going to the championship game. Plus we look at what the future of club football in BC may look like.

We also delve into the world of football board games as we chat with Marty Neill, one of the men behind the reboot of the classic board/computer game hybrid Football Fortunes, and we reveal our plans for AFTN’s new video channel.

All this plus Wavelength, BC Soccerweb headlines, and fun food segments with Max Crepeau, Felipe Martins, and Scott Sutter.

This show has strong language throughout and humour that may offend. Here’s the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

04.13: FC Cincinnati v Vancouver Whitecaps match analysis
22.18: What’s For Lunch Felipe Martins?
27.18: Whitecaps news of the week – Crepeau extends, Venuto departs, new faces imminent
44.27: Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive? – Max Crepeau
48.58: MLS News of the Week – the weekend’s matches, Torres drug ban, Petke suspension
73.16: Tommy Wheeldon interview and CPL discussion
87.56: The future of club football in British Columbia
97.29: 1979 Soccer Bowl celebrations continue
106.39: Marty Neill interview and football board game discussion
128.32: Take Me Out Scott Sutter
134.46: Wavelength – Grant McIntosh – Come On Livingston
138.14: BC Soccerweb headlines – news stories from around the world of football

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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