Episode 476 – The AFTN Soccer Show (Lost in the Forest of Fruition)

Episode 476 – The AFTN Soccer Show (Lost in the Forest of Fruition)

The latest AFTN Soccer Show is out for another packed show of Vancouver Whitecaps and Canadian football chat.

It’s been another busy few days at club and country level and we have you covered again in this episode.

The Whitecaps saw their 10 game unbeaten league run ended in a 1-0 Cascadia derby loss to Portland Timbers on Friday night. We look at the highs and lows from the game, some of the bizarre personnel decisions on the night, the continued flat first half performances, and where that loss leaves the ‘Caps now after the weekend’s other results in the Western Conference.

Turning our attention to the international stage, we delve into the aftermath of Canada’s 3-0 win over El Salvador in World Cup qualifying and look at the lay of the land in the CONCACAF octagon. Plus we hear some postgame audio from head coach John Herdman and players Atiba Hutchinson and Milan Borjan.

Plus Werd (SOS) continues as our Artist of the Month for September and London punk/Oi! band The Ejected are in Wavelength as a NSFW Football Violence Awareness Month continues!

Here’s the rundown for the main segments from the episode:

01.56: Intro and football cards
06.25: Whitecaps v Timbers postgame analysis
43.45: Artist of the Month – Werd (SOS) x Deeko – Just Us
49.05: CONCACAF World Cup qualifying chat
91.30: Wavelength – The Ejected – Football Song

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Or after all that, you could just listen on the player below!

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Authored by: Michael McColl

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. D at 11:11

    “Just to be clear, AFTN does not endorse beating away supporters, but if it does happen, you know, whatever”

    This is disappointing, do better

  2. Ron A at 17:59

    Lol They play songs about hooligans all the time and have created a month for football violence. I think you can take this very much as tongue in cheek dude

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