Episode 373 – The AFTN Soccer Show (2019 The Year In Review – Part One)
2019. What a year. If you were a Vancouver Whitecaps fan it started with some hope and ended with some hope, but the bits inbetween were certainly bleak at times.
But elsewhere in Canadian soccer it was a year of excitement as the Canadian Premier League launched and the national team made some history before ultimately just falling short of taking a giant leap forward.
We’ll look back at the year over the next two podcasts. All the highs, all the lows, all the forgettable moments, and the stuff that will last a long time in everyone’s memories. And we kick things off this episode with a look at the months of January to June.
We also have a fun Wavelength from 70’s comedian George Roper and The New Royal Family complete their month’s residency with a song you should know well.
Here’s the rundown for the main segments from the episode:
29.44: Wavelength – George Roper – The Referee
57.12: The New Royal Family – Anyone Fancy A Chocolate Digestive?
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Regarding the Draft; Take the best defender available and hope things work out. The forwards just don’t have the futbol skills. Egos like Salgado, Mattocks, and Hurtado, need no consideration. Basically what you were saying Michael?