There’s Still (Extra) Time – Episode 71 [Is Champions League success closer than you think?]
The latest AFTN Extra podcast is out and it’ a 52 minute show all around this week’s exciting CONCACAF Champions League matches.
We look back at the Whitecaps’ 7-3 aggregate win over Real Espana and how the second leg went, look at how the rest of the Round of 16 played out, and hear from ‘Caps coach Vanni Sartini and three other MLS coaches (Steve Cherundolo of LAFC, Oscar Pareja of Orlando, and Josh Wolff of Austin) after the week’s action.
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I hope you read this before you do another champions league bit.
I’m getting a bad vibe from the CONCACAF web site.
Checkout how they laid out the bracket.
Notice how they place LAFC above us in our box?
Look at at the other three quadrants. Why does our flow chart differ?
Why are we below LAFC?
Psychological games by the soccer gods.
I’m predicting team referee will be a huge factor and we’ve already lost.
I hope I’m wrong.
Guide me through the darkness Michael.
I am the light you are looking for!
Whitecaps were meant to be the home team in the second leg, that would have them as the top team, but due to more scheduling issues for BC Place they have to be on the road in that second leg, making LAFC the first listed team as the ‘home’ side
I see! says the blind man.
The all knowing Michael, a soccer god of another kind.
You always do good work, thanks.