There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 26 [Coaches Corner with Marc Dos Santos, Rob Gale, and Michael Silberbauer]

There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 26 [Coaches Corner with Marc Dos Santos, Rob Gale, and Michael Silberbauer]

We’re back with another ‘Extra’ podcast for our subscribers. Not one of those yet? Well keep reading to see how to remedy that.

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Our latest ‘Extra’ podcast is a 38 minute episode that sees us talking both MLS and CPL.

We have some chat ahead of Vancouver Whitecaps’ trip to Colorado Rapids on Friday. What impact will Anthony Hudson’s sacking and the altitude have for the ‘Caps? We chat with Marc Dos Santos, Zac MacMath, and Scott Sutter about that, plus MDS talks about the striker situation, Canadian players, and the tough challenge of integrating his young players into the team right now.

We then move on to the CPL and bring you postgame audio from Pacific FC v Valour FC on Wednesday night from both head coaches, Michael Silberbauer and Rob Gale.

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Authored by: Michael McColl

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